As I said in the previous blog – the Dublin Coffman 7on7 tournament was a really well organized tournament with 26 schools. Good teams from all divisions, good coaching, good high school players, and some college level talent.
As you read this article, please remember that most of my evaluations are on underclassmen. Mentioned some seniors, but underclassmen are important to what I do for the colleges.
Dublin Coffman – Impressed with slot receiver Mike Drennen II. Fast. Excellent burst. Catches the ball with his hands. Senior Jeslord Boateng(6’2-210) passes the eyeball test and runs well at LBer. Heard that he was committed to Michigan State. Need to keep improving burst, but I also liked seniors Griffin Hoak (6’1-220) and Luke Crabtree (6’1-220).
Nordonia – Their best junior was not here. Really like Nyles Beverly(2019), a tough corner with size.
Hilliard Bradley – Good to see senior Kory Taylor back on the field. At 6’5-205, he has excellent speed on the outside and will go over the middle. Must be patient, because he is coming off a major leg injury. WR Daevon Anderson(2018) also has excellent speed. Guessin 6’1-170. Catches the ball well. Like his burst. Watched Zach Hummel(2019) start varsity basketball last winter. Playing slot, but at guessin 6’3-230 he could play either side of ball. A possible TE. Junior Cannon Blauser has turf toe and did not play. Plays OLB at 6’3-205 and has a ton of potential. WR Trey Warner (2019) is long and has good speed. Need to see more, but like his potential. Continue Reading
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