O’Horo Leads Boardman at QB

by • July 29, 2017 • Around the StateComments (0)31

Really liked two players from Boardman High School, yesterday, at the Youngstown State University 7on7 competition. QB Michael O’Horo(2019) and RB Domonhic Jennings (2018). Liked the athleticism of both prospects.

Michael O'Horo - QB Boardman HS - 2019

Michael O’Horo – QB
Boardman HS – 2019

First saw Michael at the Ohio University football camp this summer. Strong arm. Accurate on short passes. Really like the way he sets his feet and delivers the ball. Guessin 6’0-200. Strong core muscles. Thought that he moved around well. I would guess height may hurt some.

Also watched him play some linebacker. Needs to improve burst and speed to the ball. Needs to improve hips. Regardless, he is a football player with a very competitive attitude. Like his leadership.

Mike is also is not only a state ranked wrestler, but has wrestle on the national level as well. Have not seen him wrestle, but would believe that is quick on the mat. And, most of all – aggressive. Football is still his first love.

Looking forward to seeing him at a Thursday night game at YSU this fall. Ohio and Toledo showing early interest. Once he gets more reps, he will be getting attention from many of the FBS schools. Maybe on either side of the ball. Still like to watch him at QB, however.

Senior Domonhic Jennings was a pleasant surprise. Last year, he played QB at Youngstown Christian, which is now Valley Christian. He lives in Boardman and has made the switch to Boardman HS. Now, he will be playing RB and DB.

Domonhic Jennings - RB Boardman HS - 2018

Domonhic Jennings – RB
Boardman HS – 2018

Passes the eyeball test. Guessin 5’11-195 and strong. Good hands. Played mostly, DB, yesterday. After he gets more reps at DB, he should be more comfortable. Needs to improve hips. Really need to see him carrying the football. Looks durable.

Watched last year’s HUDL highlights, but he was quarterbacking most of the time.  He has some shake and some burst. Gets north/south. Like his presence.

Being a senior and not getting much “love” from the college coaches, he needs to play well early. Needs to have some really good highlights in the 1st 3-5 games. Really think he has a chance, and that he is better with pads on.

Definitely, a senior to watch this fall.

Boardman does have a junior, Tino Arcuri, who plays DE. Did not see him, because there were very few linemen present.

Looking forward to watching Boardman play Ursuline on a Thursday night this fall.


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