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This post has been edited 3 times, most recently by GoHorns 1 15 months ago
Very slippery and a nasty stiff arm. Hopefully he takes care of the academics, would be a great diamond in the rough if we land him.
Runs with very low pad level
great balance and strength. stud.
No foot issues but have to get him qualified. I'll trade one for the other and gamble. The kid is quick to the hole and runs tough. This is the type of back that teams like OSU have made a living from the past 5-6 years.
Hicks was my favorite player in this class. Kinner would make that sting a little less.
His change of direction and balance is SICK. I hope the kid gets his academics in order - hell of a player.
He's an obvious take. I say give him the offer now and go for a sign and place if he doesn't make the necessary score.
A sign and place doesn't work if the coach who does it is not still here. You have gone on record numerous times on MB's chances of lasting two years. It would be an open recruitment in two years or so if he doesn't qualify somewhere else immediately and sign.
I hope that kid makes his grade.
9 and 4 at Texas sucks!
- Jeff Howe
I love tests. I'll take it for him.
My thoughts exactly. He has decent speed, not elite; but he's virtually impossible to knock off his feet unless he's fully wrapped up. He'll be very good after a year on a college S&C program and can bulk up to 195-200 lbs. Let's just offer him and see if he makes his score on the ACT.
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