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Ever been ranked as highly as Cannon Smith? Mid 4 star, top 5 in the state. Just watched some of his highlights on the site, don't see it at all, and I swear I'm not just hating on him because he's a Clemson commit. Thoughts?
There's a RB for St Johns Academy in Moncks Corner that I swear is the fastest human being I have ever seen. I believe he's a rising junior. If he doesn't get hurt he has got to be D1 material. His name is Rashae Bey.
This post was edited by bsballcock 18 months ago
That's a HS? I really thought it was a daycare. I can't believe they have enough kids to field a football team. They play in SCISA?
No it's not a daycare. They had 17 on their rooster last season. They play 8 man ball. Regardless of what level he's playing at the kid has got talent if he can only be seen by the right scout. I watched him in the playoffs last year against my sons school and was blown away.
I didn't mean any offense. Is there a daycare nearby? Seems like I've seen little kids playing on swing sets over there.
Is that in the same division as Cathedral of Praise ?
This post was edited by VOR 18 months ago
Tanneyhill tried to get our staff to take him, we wouldn't even consider him.
My son played SCISA and looked really fast at that level. The best 40 time he ever had was 4.5 and his usual time was 4.6. Not that fast. That kid may be the next Usain Bolt but it is hard to tell comparing him to other private school kids.
This post was edited by onplane 18 months ago
Not sure what they were ranked but Ben Lippen had a player that played for the Packers a few seasons. Porter Guad had a player go to Furman and was drafted by someone in the NFL this past year I believe. It's hard to rank SCISA players because of the competition they face especially in football where there aren't AAU leagues or travel teams. Only time will tell about Canon Smith. I've known his family for about ten years and he will put in the time to be a good player and most likely will never have an off field issue. If it helps any the only BCS school he was going to was Clemson his father played on the 81 team.
SCISCA teams can very often be competitive, and beat, A and AA teams. How do you feel about kids from A and AA being ranked similarly?
It starts at 4 yr old kindergarten and runs through grade 12.
Ok that explains the small kids I've seen running around out there. Thanks.
There where two running backs there my senior year that where both bruisers. I dont know if they went anywhere but they where both good.
I don't think there is a swing set on the front on the school though. Maybe on the back side by the court house. If the kid was good enough he would go to Berkeley/timberland/Cane bay to get looks from colleges
Not accurate. Obie Mughelli graduated from PG in 98, went to Wake and had a substantial career in the league. At one point was the highest paid FB in NFL history.
Sam Gado played at Ben Lippen and graduated in 2000. Played college at Liberty and ended up in the NFL with the pack and the chiefs. I think I heard he's heading to med school now. Always seemed like a nice guy.
Stanton Seckinger from PG is a RS fresh te at Clem. He was very good in HS.
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