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I found this on scoutingohio.com
Hes listed at 6'2 279 & plays DT/NT
He was recently offered by WVU, IU, Iowa, Minnesota, Pitt, & Cincy.
He kind of reminds me of Michael Bennett, but not as explosive.
I think this kid will be one of those kids that dosnt get an offer from OSU, but will dominate in the Big Ten and cause OSU some trouble. I just think he will be one of those kids, like Jerel Worthy or something.
Funny how 2 inches makes a difference (ok no jokes about me or my wife here!). If he was 6'4" or 6'5". He"d probably be a big time prospect. As it is he's a prospect.
Kid gets off the football with a nice punch, I look for him to go to Iowa, the Hawkeyes make a living on under the radar kids, they take them put them in the weight room for two years and next thing you know he is a RS(Soph) who is a animal
I see him as the kind of scrapper who would go to Purdue, Northwestern, Iowa, even Indiana, which has several Centerville kids, and have a solid B1G career, maybe even make HM B1G. But at OSU, he'd be lucky to make the 2-deep. He'll end up 6-3/295 with arms as thick as most people's things and thighs as thick as most people's waists.
Don't forget, though, that Simon's 6-2/260 and playing DT, so size isn't all it's cracked up to be.
This post was edited by iowabuckeyes on 3/28/2012 at 10:53 AM
I think he will be a stud somewhere. I think he will get a Nebraska or Wisconsin offer and go there. just a guess
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