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 5 years ago '07        #11201
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That was beamer

We kno va tech negative recruits

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 02-01-2012, 11:33 AM         #11202
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Duke got his Al Golden tie tee on today


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 5 years ago '05        #11203
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tryna save face

#VaTech says that was not Frank Beamer on the phone. It was a.ssistant coach Charley Wiles. Confirms the tweets I posted earlier were true.
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 The Lefty said:
Duke got his Al Golden tie tee on today


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LMFAOOOO @ 5 hurricane hats to pick from
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deon bush wasting no time

 5 years ago '07        #11206
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I want all 5 of them hats

Any good websites to cop I just got the baseball logo one
 5 years ago '05        #11207
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 L-E-Dub bi*ch said:
I want all 5 of them hats

Any good websites to cop I just got the baseball logo one
they sell them at pretty much ne sporting goods store

lids, they snapbacks tho

snapbacks got some tough hats, but i cant fu*ks with no snap backs - my head too big sh*t dont look right using the last little dint to fit on my head
 5 years ago '04        #11208
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Beamer's v*gina got alotta sand it in



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he's like "Why Blue, WHY???
 5 years ago '05        #11209
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ne more updates, been in school, now work
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Feb. 1, 2012

CORAL GABLES, Fla. - Head Coach Al Golden and the Miami Hurricanes' football coaching staff wrapped up National Signing Day with 24 new signees joining the University of Miami as student-athletes.

The Hurricanes had success all over the state of Florida, but most importantly in convincing several South Florida players to join the Miami family.

The newest group of local Hurricanes includes Miramar teammates Tracy Howard (the nation's No. 1 cornerback according to Rivals) and Malcolm Lewis (ranked No. 145 on ESPNU150), Randy "Duke" Johnson of state champion Miami Norland (Rivals' No. 1 running back), Columbus defensive back Deon Bush (Rivals' No. 4 safety) and wide receiver Angelo Jean-Louis of Palm Beach Central (ranked No. 46 on the ESPNU150).

The efforts of Coach Golden and his staff to retain the top talent in their backyard paid off on Wednesday, as 20 of the team's 24 signees hailed from the state of Florida. The Canes hauled in six defensive backs, include AP All-State First-Team selections Vernon Davis (Coral Reef) and Antonio Crawford (Plant), Nate Dortch of Fort Myers, and do-it-all safety Rayshawn Jenkins (Admiral Farragut Academy).

All-State First-Team lineman Daniel Isidora (Cypress Bay), ranked as the No. 17 offensive guard prospect by ESPN, will be blocking for Johnson and fellow signee Danny Dillard (Venice) in the backfield. Wide receivers D'Mauri Jones (Leesburg), Herb Waters (Homestead), and Robert Lockhart (Fork Union Military Academy) may end up catching passes from quarterback signee David Thompson (Westminster Christian), who is a standout two-sport athlete.

Defensive coordinator Mark D'Onofrio will enjoy the additions of four Florida standouts on his defensive line. 300-pound tackles Dequan Ivery (Columbia) and Earl Moore (Hillsborough) were key pickups, while St. Thomas Aquinas product Jelani Hamilton (No. 9 defensive end according to Rivals) and Tampa defensive end Tyriq McCord (No. 96 on ESPNU150) also figure to be key additions to a line that graduated some of its most important contributors. Jawand Blue and Gabriel Terry are two more in-state signees at linebacker that will replenish a position that graduated some important contributors.

Not all of the players signed by Golden's staff were Florida natives, however. The staff reached out to Louisiana (Jacoby Briscoe), Georgia (Jontavious Carter), and even Pennsylvania (Jake O'Donnell) to finish their signing class.



2012 University of Miami Football Signing Class
Name Pos. Ht WT Hometown/Last School/Coach
JaWand Blue LB 6-0 194 Boca Raton, Fla./West Boca Raton/Willie Dodaro
Jacoby Briscoe DL 6-5 310 Lafayette, La./Carencro/James Broussard
Deon Bush DB 6-1 185 Miami, Fla./Columbus/Chris Merritt
Jontavious Carter WR 6-2 200 Cordele, Ga./Crisp County/Sean Pender
Antonio Crawford DB 5-11 180 Tampa, Fla./H.B. Plant/Robert Weiner
Vernon Davis DB 5-10 175 Miami, Fla./Coral Reef/Chevas Clements
Danny Dillard RB 6-2 212 Venice, Fla./Venice/Thomas John Peacock
Nate Dortch DB 5-11 168 Fort Myers, Fla./South Fort Myers/Grant Redhead
Jelani Hamilton DL 6-5 263 Fort Lauderdale, Fla./St. Thomas Aquinas/Rocco Casullo
Tracy Howard DB 5-11 175 Miramar, Fla./Miramar/Damon Cogdale
Daniel Isidora OL 6-4 346 Weston, Fla./Cypress Bay/Mark Guandolo
Dequan Ivery DL 6-1 331 Lake City, Fla./Florida Columbia/Brian Allen
Angelo Jean-Louis WR 6-0 182 Wellington, Fla./Palm Beach Central/Rod Harris
Rayshawn Jenkins DB 6-1 200 St. Petersburg, Fla./Admiral Farragut Academy/Chris Miller
Duke Johnson RB 5-9 185 Miami, Fla./Miami Norland/Daryle Heidelburg
D'Mauri Jones WR 6-4 190 Leesburg, Fla./Leesburg/Randy Trivers
Malcolm Lewis WR 6-0 195 Miramar, Fla./Miramar/Damon Cogdale
Robert Lockhart WR 6-1 180 Delray Beach, Fla./Fork Union (Va.) Military Academy/Willie Dodaro
Tyriq McCord DL 6-3 215 Tampa, Fla./Jefferson/Jeremy Earle
Earl Moore DL 6-1 295 Tampa, Fla./Hillsborough/Earl Garcia
Jake O'Donnell DL 6-6 230 Doylestown, Pa./Central Bucks East/John Donnelly
Gabriel Terry LB 6-3 210 Wellington, Fla./Palm Beach Central/Rod Harris
David Thompson QB 6-2 206 Miami, Fla./Westminster Christian/Sedric Irvin
Herb Waters WR 6-2 172 Homestead


Head Coach Al Golden will be speaking with media members about the team's recruiting class beginning at 4 p.m. LIVE on HurricaneSports.com.

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The last-minute switch of three-star inside linebacker Jawand Blue from Virginia Tech to Miami caused quite a stir on Twitter earlier this afternoon. A reporter began sending out tweets from what a Virginia Tech a.ssistant had expected to be a private telephone conversation between he and Blue. Thanks to the immediacy of today's technology, there was some confusion and misinformation, and it seemed to bother coach Frank Beamer as much as the decommitment, if not more.

"I think the kid wanted to stay closer to home, and we originally planned to bring him in in January," Beamer said. "And then as we were watching video for next year, there are a couple of outstanding linebackers here in the state that we want to recruit, so I think everything is going to turn out OK in that regard. But I found it highly unusual that a newspaper guy would be tweeting a private conversation that was being had there. And then I'm interested in how the newspaper guy got onto their conversation, and us not be aware of it. It's a little bit unusual. We're checking into that right now."

Beamer said the reporter spoke with a member of Virginia Tech's communications staff and "was very apologetic."

It worked out well for Miami. The Canes had a spot open up when Reggie Northrup decided at the last minute to head to Florida State.

"We just didn't have a spot for [Blue], and then we had a guy flip at the last minute," said Brennan Carroll, Miami's national recruiting coordinator. "He had communicated through a couple of his former teammates that are now on our team that he always wanted to be a Hurricane. We loved the way he played and his style."

So did the Hokies.

 5 years ago '05        #11215
Deeangoe 2 heat pts
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my favorite show american greed doing on an episode on nevin shapiro



 5 years ago '10        #11216
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 Deeangoe said:
my favorite show american greed doing on an episode on nevin shapiro



It's all about da u!

Your recruiting high just got curb stomped back to reality...the NCAA sanctions coming...
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 kNOLES said:
It's all about da u!

Your recruiting high just got curb stomped back to reality...the NCAA sanctions coming...
not necessarily, whoever hasnt been following up since the yahoo story broke out - will obviously think the worse

while im not expected to make out with a clean getaway, i expect some sanctions but not to the extent some are predicting, death penaltyish

more than 75% of the allegations have been debunked, and the other 25% was last years team who got punsished and paid back the money, including the actually money that has since been reimbursed from the athletic department (ie contributions from shapiro to the university etc etc), statutue of limitation plus the fact, that non of the ex canes aint snitching and dont have to talk to the ncaa

the worst allegation was the dequan jones 10g payout to secure his recruitment, which has proven false and been cleared of



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2013 Broward Pre Spring Rankings



Throughout the course of the recruiting process, watching players and evaluating their potential is something that we have done for over four decades.

While we understanding a number of football prospects could easily be listed in the group of 25, but these are the athletes we have watched in camps, combines, practices, games, 7-on-7s and other sports.

Having the opportunity to see over 100 live games a year certainly provides a forum that most analysts do not have the luxury of seeing. Add that to the countless BCS and Division 1 college coaches and area high school coaches we have the pleasure of talking with, and you have a starting list for the Class of 2013.

Keep in mind, these lists will change a number of times in the next 12 months, so if an athlete is not on the initial offering of athletes, they will more than have a chance to impress.

The list is also compiled and done with football prospects in mind. Running a fast 40 or bench pressing 400 pounds does not guarantee a college scholarship or add up to football skill level!

Have players you want us to watch for the Class of 2013, drop Larry Blustein an e-mail at .

1. Joey Bosa, DE, 6-5, 245, St. Thomas Aquinas: Easily one of the nation’s top prospects, combining size, strength and knowledge of the game. Father, John, was a standout at Boston College and a first round Miami Dolphins selection.

2. Stacey Coley, WR, 6-1, 175, Northeast: One of the most talented prospects in the state of Florida, who has speed, outstanding route-running abilities and leaping ability. A big play receiver. Also had a stellar youth football career.

3. Jordan Cunningham, WR, 6-3, 175, University School: From an all-around aspect, this may be Florida’s top player. Super three year starter on the football field who has dominated some quality defensive backs. Is also one of the top students in the classroom. This is a tremendous talent.

4. Alex Collins, RB, 5-11, 195, South Plantation: Yet another football talent who started on the competitive youth football field across South Florida and translated top the high school level, where this University of Miami commitment led Broward County in rushing. Will be nationally-rated.

5. Monty Nelson, DT, 6-3, 285, Plantation: While most have never watched him play, they are missing a player who has all the tools to play on Sundays. Every college coach we spoke with admits that this could be the next Warren Sapp. Athletic, quick and loves to play the game.

6. Alex Montgomery, WR, 6-2, 200, Cypress Bay: Talk about one of the players who continues to turn heads, here is a big time prospect who offers size, speed, athletic ability and plenty of experience, making huge catches. Colleges and fellow high school coaches are bowled over by his future.

7. Alvonte Bell, DE, 6-5, 220, Everglades: The most important thing when it comes to recruiting is to watch every team play, and most who evaluate, simply miss out on the programs who are not in the playoff mix. This is an athlete who should be on every list in the nation. But unfortunately, people are missing out!

8. Maquedius Bain, DT, 6-4, 265, University School: What more can be said about a player who spent most of his time on the basketball court before last spring, and by watching his first season on the football field, this FSU commit will be something special.

9. Lance Virgil, LB, 6-2, 210, St. Thomas Aquinas: Elevated himself into a BCS prospect with an impressive junior season that saw this gifted athlete lead the Raiders in tackles. Tremendous size and athletic ability. Huge early sleeper in this class!

10. Jermaine Grace, LB, 6-2, 205, Miramar: This football prospect has been the star attraction for two years now. There is no hiding the fact that this is a play maker, who has size, quickness and the ability to lead by example. Could emerge into one of Florida’s top linebacking prospects.

11. Sandley Jean Felix, OL, 6-5, 300, Boyd Anderson: Size, strength, quickness and the ability to pass and run block with the best. This is a football player who continues to get rave reviews from college coaches and many of the teams the Cobras played against.

12. Fred Coppet, RB, 5-9, 180, St. Thomas Aquinas: After a brilliant sophomore year, playing backup to some quality football players, this past season was the perfect time for this speedy, athletic football player to showcase his running and blocking skills, which everyone fell in love with.

13. Michael Deeb, LB, 6-2, 238, American Heritage: As a sophomore, this was a player every coach talked about, leading Archbishop McCarthy in tackles. This past year, he made that huge move as colleges began to take notice of a very special football prospect who dominate – against top competition.

14. Sojourn Shelton, DB, 5-9, 175, Plantation: This early FSU commitment showed how impressive he was during his junior year. A very physical corner who not only makes life tough on receivers, but has shown that he will be a major force as a run stopper as well.

15. Skai Moore, OLB, 6-3, 200, University School: Leave it to South Florida to continue coming up with prospects that get very little publicity. On a talented team last year, there was little doubt that this was the player everyone talked about. Has the size and athletic ability to play four different positions. Keep your eye on him.

16. Walter Tucker, LB/RB, 5-11, 200, American Heritage: This one-time St. Thomas standout was the ultimate team player as a junior with the Patriots, and while his numbers weren’t what many expected, he remains one of the most athletic and quickest prospects in the state.

17. Myles Graham, RB, 6-0, 190, Chaminade-Madonna: If it weren’t for a late season injury, this one-time youth all-star would have put up much better numbers. But if you watch him play – when he is healthy – this is a BCS back who continues to get better. Big time pass catcher out of the backfield as well.’

18. Justin Porter, S, 5-9, 180, Chaminade-Madonna: One of two BCS prospects the Lions have in the secondary, this is a real talent who patrols the secondary, knocking down passes as well as making life tough on runners. Very physical football player.

19. Griffin Goins, OLB/FB, 6-2, 225, Hollywood Hills: How recruiters and services continue to miss out on this quality prospect – once again – this past season – is mind boggling. He has speed, size, runs the ball out of the backfield as well as playing the linebacker position as well as any. Has been around the sport all of his life.

20. Matthew Dayes, RB, 5-9, 200, Cypress Bay: The only thing that separated this impressive talent from being in the upper tier of players in this class – nationally – was an injury that slowed him much of the year. This is a prospect who had dominated at every level. There is no reason to believe he won’t continue making an impact.

21. Nick Internicola, DE, 6-3, 220, University: From the start of his career at West Broward, this is another of those hidden gems that all he does is make plays and continues to be the difference. Used as a defensive end/outside linebacker by the Suns, he is also a very impressive pass catcher as a tight end. Will be a major force for a very good team.

22. Jason Rae, OL, 6-1, 295, Cypress Bay: When it comes to this position, there may not be a more physical, better coached and all-around talented prospect than this. Over the past two years, he has more than proven that he can make life tough on the opposition. His older brother went on to star at UCF. He has that same potential!

23. Adrian Baker, DB, 6-1, 175, Chaminade-Madonna: Yet another of those well coached, skilled secondary performers who will be a big time player. His 4.4 speed (40) and tremendous range give him a major advantage. Will continue to get bigger and stronger in the off season.

24. Michael Miranda, OL, 6-3, 270, Miramar: With so many seniors on the No. 1 rated unit in the state this past season, here is a prospect who certainly made a huge impact. Not only a superb run-blocker, but also a player helped the Patriots’ run toward an 8A state title with his pass blocking. Solid and well coached player.

25. Jaranta Lewis, QB, 6-1, 180, Cypress Bay: Ever since his youth football days, this is what they call a chain mover. Add in the fact that he has one of the top lines around, a superb running game, and plenty of people to throw the ball to, and it all adds up to this being one of the more dangerous signal callers in 2012!

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2013 Miami-Dade Pre Rankings



Throughout the course of the recruiting process, watching players and evaluating their potential is something that we have done for over four decades.

While we understanding a number of football prospects could easily be listed in the group of 25, but these are the athletes we have watched in camps, combines, practices, games, 7-on-7s and other sports.

Having the opportunity to see over 100 live games a year certainly provides a forum that most analysts do not have the luxury of seeing. Add that to the countless BCS and Division 1 college coaches and area high school coaches we have the pleasure of talking with, and you have a starting list for the Class of 2013.

Keep in mind, these lists will change a number of times in the next 12 months, so if an athlete is not on the initial offering of athletes, they will more than have a chance to impress.

The list is also compiled and done with football prospects in mind. Running a fast 40 or bench pressing 400 pounds does not guarantee a college scholarship or add up to football skill level!

Have players you want us to watch for the Class of 2013, drop Larry Blustein an e-mail at .

1. Matthew Thomas, OLB, 6-4, 210, Miami Booker T. Washington: No brainer, here. This gifted prospect may be one of the best in the country. He can play defensive end, linebacker and strong safety and never skips a talent beat. Overwhelms any offensive lineman or tight end he goes against. Will only get better, and that is scary!

2. Jamal Carter, S, 6-1, 190, Southridge: While injuries have cut into this major splash at the high school level, this was a prospect who was going to be a star long before he ever got to high school. This is the year the nation understands why they have been waiting for this gifted football prospect to mature and stay healthy. That time has arrived.

3. Daryl Chestnut, RB, 5-10, 180, Christopher Columbus: Here is the “Cadillac” of running backs in this state. A football player who can take it the distance against anyone – and he will never be caught. Combines blazing speed with a knack of hitting the holes. Will be used much more this year.

4. Denver Kirkland, OL, 6-4, 270, Booker T. Washington: This three-year starter has everything you look for in a line prospect who will compete at the BCS level – and beyond. Great footwork, athleticism and the ability to open holes and keep them that way. Big, big time player.

5. Stacy Thomas, DE, 6-2, 225, Gulliver Prep: How does a football prospect with so much size, athletic ability and game-changing talent get lost in any shuffle? Ask any player or coach who went against him last season, and all are upset that he has one more year left. Will be heavily recruited for his ability to blow up plays – often.

6. George Williams, LB, 6-1, 220, Hialeah: Easily one of the most physical and gifted prospects in South Florida, this three-year starter can cover sideline-to-sideline and continues to drop in pass coverage with the best. Will be an every down player at the next level, which is great news for college coaches. Play maker!

7. Gerald Wright, OL, 6-4, 270, Northwestern: It can already be said that if everyone returns for the Bulls, they will have the No. 1 offensive line in the state, and certainly at the center of that group is this amazing prospect who has tremendous feet and drive blocks with the best. BCS for sure. After that, it’s up to how hard he works.

8. Lorenzo Woodley, RB, 6-0, 200, Christopher Columbus: From his freshman days at rival Belen Jesuit to where he has come know, this is one of those big backs who has frame to carry 225 pounds and beat people up. Also amazing quickness, but his major positive is his durability, which has everyone watching - especially FSU, which he committed to.

9. Xavier Hines, DB, 6-0, 190, Belen Jesuit: When all is said and done, this could be one of the state’s premier secondary performers. He is not just lightning quick, but has football instincts that traces back several years. This is the kind of player who changes outcomes of games, and the Wolverines are overjoyed.

10. Charles Williams, QB, 6-2, 180, Champagnat Catholic: Another athlete that college coaches and opposing high school coaches have been raving about. Is one of those big time athletes who has speed, football smarts and can move the chains with his arm or legs. A true difference maker.

11. Leroy Clark, DB, 5-11, 180, Miami Archbishop Carroll: In any other part of the state, when a prospect had the year that this quality athlete did, which included 13 interceptions and several huge plays, there would be no questioning his ability. Welcome to South Florida, where there are several big time prospects. But fair warning, this is a big, big time football talent – at any level!

12. Jesus Wilson, WR, 5-10, 165, Christopher Columbus: Another exceptional talent, who has speed, athletic ability and the talent to break games open with catches or on special teams. This one-time youth football standout has brought his game to the next level – in a huge way.

13. Treyvon Williams, OLB, 6-1, 220, Norland: With all the talent the Vikings have had over the past few years, it’s easy to see why a prospect like this could be overlooked. But go back and watch the success this team had and you will see this quality football talent making plays, all over the field.

14. Terrance Alls, WR, 6-0, 175, Dade Christian: When college coaches came to the school last year to watch D1 prospects Ryan Janvion (Wake Forest) and Bilal Marshall (Purdue), they were also treated to one of the best players this program has ever had. Speed, athletic ability and enough talent to dictate play on offense, defense and on special teams. Tremendously talented.

15. Paul James, DE, 6-3, 235, Dr. Krop: Just think, this could have been yet another piece to Norland’s championship puzzle, but he opted to head to nearby Dr. Krop as a sophomore. Despite numerous injures, this is a player that every college coach simply loves. Has unlimited potential.

16. Anthony Walker, OLB/S, 6-1, 200, Monsignor Pace: How many prospect, like this, have to impress enough high school and college coaches to be considered one of the best in the state? Yet, here is a prospect that doesn’t get the publicity he deserves. He may be a safety now, but his body screams linebacker. No matter where this quick, athletic player lines up, he will bring plenty of positive along with him.

17. Artie Burns, DB, 6-1, 175, Northwestern: Here is a two-year varsity performer who is perhaps known more for what he’s been able to accomplish as a nationally-rated runner on the track, but do not sell his abilities short. This is a very aggressive and talented athlete who is picking things up all the time.

18. Troy McCullom, DB, 6-0, 180, North Miami: In a program that has struggled through the years, here is the first BCS level players the Pioneers have been able to produce in a while. He is a very quick, aggressive and athletic player who can play corner or safety.

19. Bo Ellis, RB, 5-9, 185, Gulliver Prep: In a year the Raiders lost Chestnut to Columbus, here was a player who stepped, showed that he can play this game at a high level and made life easy on this program. Hits the hole quick and get those tough yards as well as being able to hit the home run with a long play.

20. Devondre Powell, DB, 5-10, 170, Jackson: While most of the offensive players were getting the attention, and for good reason, the secondary the Generals had was not too bad, either. This is one of the most aggressive and athletic prospects in the secondary. His exposure in the off season will only elevate his many talents.

21. Wendell Dunn, LB/S, 6-0, 190, Palmetto: Ever since he came to high school, this was a player that everyone has waited to mature and live up to his potential. A quick, safety with range and the ability cover, he will have a new coaching staff for that final season, and that may add up to a lot of positives.

22. Michael Johnson, DB, 5-9, 175, Booker T. Washington: Talk to high school coaches who played against him, and all will tell you how they avoid coming into his area. Speak with college coaches who are recruiting him, and they smile. This is the next great Tornado player in the secondary.

23. Jerrol Mobley, OL, 6-4, 315, Hialeah: One of the most physical and athletic big men in a class that will produce a number of top-flight prospects. Greet feet, tremendous strength and the skill level to play a number of positions up front. One of the big time recruits to keep an eye on.

24. Troy Cook, QB, 6-2, 200, Palmetto: While his stats may not bear it out, this is the most technically sound and experienced quarterbacks in South Florida. His work in the off season has more than paved the way for the success he has achieved. New coach and more of a chance to spotlight his many, many skills.

25. Isaac McDonald, DE/OLB, 6-6, 200, Champagnat Catholic: Over the past two years, there has been much written and said about this big time football talent who has coaches watching his every move. An outside linebacker who will more than likely get the chance to play defensive end at the next level. An extremely athletic and quick football player who will get it done at any level.

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