Re: [We Are...Penn State] We need a live scouting report from bobby delray
- View Sourceheritage is a powerhouse of smaller private schools. they win
championships. they don't play with the big boys on a regular basis. they
do recruit athletes in all sports though.
his daddy is the coach. he is not in love with the florida schools and is
going out of state.
delray beach is strategically located in the geographic center of south
florida high school football. great place to put down some recruiting roots
pahokee, belle glade, dwyer, st thomas aquinas, you name it, all a short
drive from delray. i often wondered why penn state didn't have a coach
working palm beach,broward, and dade counties. population over 5 million.
so about 40 percent of the size of PA, easy to see and meet a lot of
great high school coaches and players all in less than one hour radius.
looks like we will now.
important note. we churn out great tight ends down here. we also churn out
small, fast, nose for the ball linebackers who like to hit.
all the big teams want this kid because he likes to run between the tackles
with no fear, and puts the fear in corners and safties. if he takes a visit
to penn state i will be truly amazed. they might find a another player they
want at heritage while they are recruiting him. will we get him? its an up
the mountain battle, no penn state vaccination.
we have a lot of 3 star players down here that are fast, and the wrong
size. maybe we score an off the run gem.
On Wed, Feb 22, 2012 at 7:42 AM, Trader Kevin <cbot_kevin@...> wrote:
> Rivals.com Florida recruiting analyst Chris Nee is reporting that Penn
> State has offered 4-star running back Greg Bryant of Delray Beach (Fla.)
> American Heritage.
> Here is a brief evaluation from Scout.com...
> * Power
> * Size
> * Tackle-Breaking Ability
> AREAS FOR IMPROVEMENT
> * Change-of-Direction
> * Elusiveness
> Bryant is a running back that runs with power behind his pads. He is
> someone that can run through tackles, get the extra yards after contact,
> and break tackles on a regular basis.
> Bryant has good straight-line speed, but he is not an elusive back. He is
> a power guy, a straight ahead runner, and someone who can wear defenses
> down. He has also shown the ability to catch the ball out of the backfield.
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