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Mesuite (Texas) Poteet sophomore linebacker Malik Jefferson picked up his first two offers this week from Oklahoma and Ole Miss and will see plenty more come his way. He followed Oregon growing up and wants to hear from the Ducks.
Mesquite Poteet LB Malik Jefferson pulled off a rare feat when the sophomore was named an AP first-team all-state selection. Now the defender has also picked up two offers.
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6'2" 210 as a Sophomore. Potential DE prospect if he has speed to play Linebacker now.
Gotta think he grows a couple of inches and gains 40 pounds in the next two years.
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Maybe we should have some people contact our coaches about this, surely we can do that since well contacting recruits themselves is a no-no. But our own coaches could be fair game. Anyone want to e-mail Pellum ect?
I hope you're joking. You're joking right?
Just dial 411. Didn't you learn anything from the late dkfntn?
"In Utero Athlete Seeks More Scholarships"
Adam Jackson, a 10 week-old fetus from Tallahassee, Florida, has been getting a lot of attention on the recruiting trail lately.
"It's rare that you see this sort of activity in the first three months," le mans coach and former NFL special team assistant Tim Tuttle says. "USC and LSU have been 'daycare diving' for years, but it's pretty recent that unborn children are getting offered scholarships."
Auburn, Texas and Stony Brook University have already given scholarship offers, and hometown Florida State is reportedly building a host of premie facilities, in the event that they can successfully induce Jackson to become a Seminole. Oregon is said to be one school he hopes to hear more from.
If any young person deserves the hype, it is Jackson, according to one anonymous SEC head coach. "When you compare his size and mass--most kids his age are the size of a grape, but he's closer to a walnut and still growing."
Jackson, who was legally adopted by his grandmother four weeks after conception, has faced his share of adversity. "It's hard to escape from that kind of environment," explains Tuttle, "and it takes more maturity to really cut the cord entirely."
And questions linger. Ultrasound 40 times are notoriously unreliable, and there's the question of what position he'll play at the next level. Coaches will be keeping close tabs in a few months to see if he's a kicker.
Lol for real.
Some Russian athlete genome stuff right here. Wouldn't put it past Lame if his seat gets hotter. Granted, he might not have any demand in coaching in 18 years...
Kid closes insanely fast. He can really run. Good one to keep an eye on
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