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FSU WR signee Levonte Whitfield ran a 10.66 on Saturday, narrowly beating Ohio State Top247 WR James Clark, who went 10.68.
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Fort Bend Ridge Point star Cameron Burrell went 10.46 March 2.
James Clark won the 200-meters at the same meet with a 21.82 BTW.
LSU 6-2 CB signee Rashard Robinson ran 10.46 a couple of weeks ago.
Cameron Burrell also long jumped 23-11 at the same meet.
UCLA OL signee Caleb Benenoch 3rd in the shot put with a 46-06 recently.
Rice signee Kenneth Thompson threw 48-06.
Utah RB signee Dre'Vian Young won a recent 400-meters at 47.80.
Georgia WR signee Reggie Davis (Tallahassee/Lincoln) ran a 10.75 100-meters recently.
Yes sir. The favorite to win the 100 and long jump, again this year.
Denton Ryan 2-14 DE Sekou Clark threw the shot 49-11 at the Lancaster Meet of Champions last week.
Irving Nimitz 2014 DE/LB Greg Carter threw the shot 47-06.5
Humble Summer Creek 2014 QB Aaron Sharp (6-3, 190) with a terrific 21.86 FAT 200-meters last week.
Does Greg Carter have famous football playing/shot putting bloodlines?
Clark out-threw Knox by over ten feet, right?
Yes on Clark v Knox.
Don't think there is relation to Michael Carter for Greg Carter, but not 100% sure.
2014 5-star corner Marlon Humphrey (son of former Bama RB Bobby Humphrey) has been tearing it up in the hurdles again.
The shot for a DE is pretty impressive.
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So I gotta believe this is one of the worst kept recruiting secrets in the history of recruiting?
5*...from B'ham...playing @ Hoover...& father went to ALA
Might as well commit to ALA now & get it over with
This post was edited by mcb0703 13 months ago
That is outstanding.
I had no idea he was that fast. Sharp is a pocket passer all the way. He's very poised there and doesn't tuck the ball at the first sign of pressure. He has shown he is able to run if need be but it's not something he does too often.
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Any chance of us taking a look?
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He must have some ridiculously good receivers because he averaged close to 20 yards per completion and 38 Tds in 4A football.
This is the southpaw, right?
IIRC he's on the radar and the hookem247 has written about him in the past.
Aaron Sharp has a 200/400 type of stride. His overall athleticism doesn't show up playing QB. It's definitely hidden.
I think so.
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