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The initial 2013 SPARQ circuit has concluded and the leaderboard is available at this link: http://espn.go.com/college-sports/football/recruiting/nike/combines?eventId=0&eventYear=2013&page=1&sort=sparq&order=true
There were two players in the country who ran in the 4.3's. Eighteen guys ran in the 4.4's. That is out of thousands of players. I emphasize this because people often scoff at guys who aren't running in these ranges. Only the elite high school speedsters can actually run in this range when timed electronically.
Parris Campbell's 4.47 was good for the 9th fastest time in the country so far. The next closest Ohioan was Shaun Crawford at 4.51, tied for 13th fastest overall time and second among class of 2015 guys (a group that Campbell should really belong in).
Eleven Ohioans boasted SPARQ scores of 100 or better: (1) Beau Huffman - 119.58 (2014, TE, Massillon), (2) LJ Scott - 110.82 (2014, RB, Marion Harding), (3) Jack Walz - 107.73 (2014, S, St. Edward), (4) Kenny Bester - 107.70 (2014, RB, HH Wayne), (5) Jerome Baker - 106.35 (2015, ATH, Benedictine), (6) Jeremy Bridges - 105.81 (2014, LB, Fairborn), (7) Nicholas Johnson - 104.01 (2014, QB, Canton Timken), (8) Luke MacLennan - 103.5 (2014, RB, Delphos St. John's), (9) Brad Novak - 101.94 (2014, QB, North Olmsted), (10) Trey Quillan - 100.74 (2014, DE, New Albany), (11) Chris Frey - 100.2 (2014, LB, Upper Arlington)
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