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People who have seen him play say he is phenomenal. Maybe staff has some insight?
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I've watched him play for 3 years and he's an SEC receiver. Chris is right in that he's flown under the radar but I don't really see how. His measurbles aren't going to blow you away but neither will Amari Coopers. Nate is one heck of a receiver. Unbelievably underrated.
"Yesterday is history. Tomorrow is a mystery. What we do TODAY makes a difference. The precious present moment.." - Nick Saban
I live in Fairhope and attended several Fairhope games this year. Nate is a fantastic kid and while I am no expert he seemed like a pretty good WR. His biggest downfall might have been the QB that was throwing the ball to him. Saw plenty of under thrown balls. In fact, Fairhope coaches put Nate at QB toward the end of the season and the offense got better. Heard that 'Bama was evaluating him in preseason but I haven't heard anything since then. I wish the kid well!
Great info from all and thank you. Heard he played all over the field.
He was the best athlete on the Fairhope team....by a long shot!
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I agree 100% with you bamamike. I was going to say something very similar. I live in Fairhope and have watched him a good bit. I think he can play in the SEC. Most games I watched he was the best player on their field. I remember the night he got hit pretty hard. Maybe Foley game. He had concussion like symptoms and ended up going back in. I can't remember what the coaches logic was sending him back in, but I was concerned. He's a tough kid. I wish him the best wherever he lands. I'll be one of his fans for sure.
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