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Rogers Heritage QB Josh Qualls (2014) is among the top recruits present. A couple of others I saw that I liked and will put them in database here then have a story on it. I need to get them in database first though. I think Robert found a few he liked as well.
Lookin forward thanks
In addition to the kids Otis talked to, one kid who stood out to me was 2015 WR Parker Witt of Dardanelle. He's 6-3, 195 right now. Played at around 205 last season but has dropped aome weight in track. I think he ran in the 4.6's today. I had him at 4.5, but that's hand-held and I was about 15 yards behind the line. So my times were off. He led his team in receptions, receiving yards and TDs last year as a sophomore. He could end up as an H-back at the next level. Will camp at UA and maybe OU this summer.
LR Central had a nice-looking 2014 safety in Hayden Mills. He ran around a 4.6. Is 5-11, 180.
The Heritage RB, Brandon Gates, looked fast. There was a mixup on the start time on his first 40, so I don't know what his official time will end up at. But I think he was around 4.5, maybe low 4.6. He looked like the fastest kid there.
This post was edited by R Turbeville 14 months ago
Qualls was around 4.65 in the 40, which isn't bad at all considering he's been practicing baseball and hasn't been training.
Always like the combines identify hidden talent. Love the information.
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