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He's personally one of my favorite receiver prospects in this class. Here's why.
-He's tall and can go up and get it.
-With that, he's also quick-footed, fast and elusive.
-That increases his rarity factor.
-He's also older for his grade (re-classified), so he's further along physically.
A little more...
-He plays for an excellent high school program in La Mirada, which also has 2015 quarterback Kevin Dillman, who could be the top prospect in the 2015 class.
-I think he could be an early contributor at Oklahoma.
-This continues quite a run of success the Sooners have had recruiting in California.
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Thanks for the breakdown, JC. I agree with everything said, and he could be a factor early in his career. Like you mentioned, his ball skills are very good.
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I watched his highlights, and he is much faster than you would think. Every time you think he is about to truck a corner/safety he runs right past him. From what I saw he is also extremely physical!
Nice drop-in JC. Can't teach size, and this guy has it in spades! Good little nugget on the 2015 QB. Thanks for that.
My favorite highlight is at 1:50. Worth checking out.
6'5 210 - - WR
Offers: Arizona St, Clemson, Colorado St, Florida, Florida St, Iowa St, Louisville, Mississippi, Nebraska, Nevada, New Mexico St, Ohio St, Oklahoma, Syracuse, Tennessee, Utah, Washington
Like him as a 'Justin Brown' in our offense. Big man on the slant!
That's exactly what I was referring to when I said he is very physical!!
And a Kenny Stills moment at 12:40. Lovely!
I'm hell when I'm well.. And, I am never sick!
He's looks like one hell of a prospect but after a minute of watching his film, I couldn't help but notice a few of the OL on his team. #76 really stood out to me. Where any of them Sophomore or Juniors?
On a side note, I don't recall seeing a team mix three colors like they do. I believe I counted 9 color combinations.
Hmmm, the DB covering him around the 10min mark is pretty good. Really athletic.
There is nothing more dangerous in this world than a man with nothing to lose.
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