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After watching his one on one's at the under armor practice, it looked like he got beat more often then not and sometimes not even touching them. I know he went up against great competition but I was just curious at how good do you guys project him to be. Where do you see him weight wise after 2 years in the program. How would you rate him compared to the rest of the O-line class?
I think when he comes back on his official he will remember why he chose USC to begin with. I just hope he shuts it down afterwards and doesnt wait till signing day, if he waits till signing day then its going to be a real nail bitter.
He's got a lot of upside from what I understand. His dad was an NFL player, so he's got the bloodlines.
The OL get tooled by the DL at those events every year. They just don't see guys that quick during their seasons. One on one's put the OL at a pretty big disadvantage anyways, because the DE's are without fail quicker than any of the OL's.
Ally will beat the crap out of Uga.
Brock Stadnik got noticeably schooled in all-star events last year too.
He played much better in the actual game which is all I care about. He looked much better than he did in the 1 on 1 's.
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