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I know the WW has him being recruited as a TE but from some of the scouting reports it looks like he is destined to play his college ball as an OT. Is that the way our coaches see his future? He seems to have some of Lane Johnson's physical attributes and if he can match Lane he would be an important get. Also what's our chances of signing this young man?
This post was edited by James Hale on 3/16/2013 at 11:19 PM
National Director of Scouting & Recruiting Analyst
Gerry, that seems to be a widely held opinion. Maybe this is similar to the Dalton Rodriguez situation last year. OU wanted him for his college playing position and he wanted to continue to play his high school position. OU lost him. In a couple years we'll know if we were right or wrong on Dalton. My guess is the OU coaches were right on.
I think from the people I have talked with, we are completely correct on Dalton Rodriguez. He should be on the o-line. We will see.
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