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My buddy out in the Philly area is covering the high school games and said the kid looks amazing. Granted, it's against high school teams so take it FWIW. He's a 2-star WR coming in next year but did have offers from a few big east squads.
I was wondering about him. I think MD wants him both as a WR and return specialist.
When this kid was being recruited there were a bunch of Steve Smith comparisons. I think that's stretching it a long way, but I think he'll be a good asset in the slot and hopefully a spark of life for a poor return game.
The next in the Dre Sims/Mac Kings mold.
I don't know why we're not using a legit slot threat this year. Don't get me wrong, Mumphery is great, but i'm talking the sub 6-foot guy who runs a sub 4.5 that can cut well. Wish we'd see more Andre Sims or Kings.
Have we even seen that Dre Sims/Kings mold yet? A LITTLE early to make that comparison.
Similar type of players. Short, fast, all 3 were good returners in HS.
I'm just talking physically. Same way you can compare Joel Heath and Gholston.
For Coach D to give him a scholly based mostly on his return ability says a lot IMO he must be something special for Dantonio to give out one for a specialist. Sheesh. I typed special enough.
Your average rock would bring a spark to our return game...
Nick Hill is a good return man but not the gamebreaker we need hopefuly Jay Harris can provide it.
Probably fair to call it the Keshawn Martin mold. Dre and Kings seem to be players recruited to fill that kind of role on the offense.
For sure. We have least progressed to catching the ball. Moving it forward is still a work in progress.
The moment is eternal
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