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Did anyone else just get the notification by ESPN that we offered an 8th grader? Any more information? Staff?
Yes, He has also been offered by LSU.
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What's the story with this kid? If we're offering an 8th grader, this kid must be a monster. It feels silly, but I'm curious.
BEASTMODE. Fsu offers in 3...2...1...
Lame. Disagree even with Saban on this. Let the kid have a driver's permit before offering god.
6'1 215 as an 8th grader...hell might as well get in on him early lol
Saban's ability to evaluate football talent, whether or not the player has a driver's permit or not, is 100 times better than yours.
Therefore, your opinion is wrong.
By alll accounts kid is a freak. There was some film online at one point. Maybe Charles can find and post link.
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Looks like a created super player lol. Can't wait to follow this guy and see how he progresses. 6'1 215 in 8th grade? I was 6'1.........but more like 130 lol.
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Is this the kid that ran a 4.4 40 at an lsu camp recently?
I remember reading a post on here or elsewhere of him outperforming all juniors at a decent LSU camp - of this is the kid in question.
I posted it in this thread.
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Was that video against middle school teams? Those other kids look ab 5 foot tall and around 115 pounds...especially the one that tried to "block" him and got tossed about 5 yards back into the line of scrimmage.
Since we are offering early, I know of a sixth grader that needs to start getting letters. He is a special talent and will be well known in the next few years. And yes he is a legitimate (11year old) sixth grader. Good kid too.
Yes, that's him. It was last summer, but I want to say he ran in the 4.6's.
Here's the video embedded for those interested-
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Gotcha, I must have misremembered the time but I remember being amazed by the report....
Here's to hoping football doesn't keep up the pace and become like basketball recruiting.
Yeah, ok, but has he been held back a year or two. I only ask because that is very common in some schools? Not bashing the kid, just curious.
I remember seeing Julio doing the same thing except it was in highschool. I know CNS is the greatest evaluator on earth, but it will be interesting to see how he pans out near his senior years. Some kids just mature faster than others.
He's already testing better than most seniors. The only way this kid isn't a D1 player is if he completely abandons taking care of his body or has severe of the field issues.
Is he rwgarner jr.
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