Discussion in 'Recruiting' started by RUSH LIMBAUGH is my clone!, Feb 14, 2014.
Is he fast? he's got decent size if his speed is good.
like a gazelle covered in melted butter
Maybe 4.3 speed?
But is that SEC speed?
And a gazelle covered in melted butter, slow cooked over fruit wood at about 150 degrees for a few hours sounds pretty good right now.
Yup, it's almost lunchtime.
I saw 4.44 speed in the 40 yd on one of the web sites.
Isn't South Oak Cliff a basketball school?
Looks them up...Yep.
Whoa, grade fixing scandal cost them 4 state titles.
No recent big time football players but it looks like back in the 70s they had a pretty good run on DBs though.
He isn't a safety, he is a cornerback.
His size suggests he may be a safety in college though.
Just hope he can close on the ball....
He's a project player. Almost a guaranteed redshirt, but in time could develop into a solid contributor. Chalk this one up to Mike building solid depth after landed some really quality DBs in the past two years.
Also offered his teammate WR/S http://www.hudl.com/athlete/1347228/prentice-mckinney-jr#
He's the project player? His ranking (FWIW) is much higher than some of the DB's we signed this year. I saw a couple of em play in fact and have yet to be very impressed, so what makes you think this guy is the project and the backup to some of the guys we signed this year?
If his stats are anywhere near right, then he is squarely in the tweener range.
Damn these coaches! Does this kid even play foosball?
My concern is more with Mike repeating history here. His last time here, he took a lot of gambles on "tweeners" trying to find big corners and another TGRW. We ended up with 9 Safeties on the roster and 1 CB.
Chalk this one up to help get his friend and teammate.
Stats from Scout: " As a junior, Johnson collected 74 tackles, 15 tackles for a loss, 21 pass break ups, three interceptions, forced two fumbles and recovered two fumbles. "
What is the tweener part of the stats?
After watching his video on Hudl, i walk away with little impression of the kid. I am glad he chose OU but i just do not see this kid playing a bigger role than special teams, which is important. He has great size and decent speed but IMO, he is slow in coverage. He could benefit from learning under Mike. He needs to improve quickness of his feet.
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