Discussion in 'Awesome Recruiting' started by atlmover, Dec 19, 2019.
Hopefully not like Easley’s. His first step was too quick for his ACLs
could be wrong but he seems to have a low base too considering how tall he is. Most of the time guys 6’5”ish and up take a min to fig out how to play inside with impact. I always thought it was the long legged part. He’s seems like Shaq in that u don’t feel like your watching someone that’s 6’7” ish when u see him play. Looks like he’s got tree trunks attached to his torso. Really like that kid too
Hope he keeps his grill
Older interview but I like this kid. Seems respectful and genuine. Found more recent videos and he continues to cite family and coaching relationships. Also knows he needs to work on technique and readily accepts the coaching despite already having crazy numbers his senior season. Man I hope he stays healthy. We got a good one.
Other guys who were tall and could play inside, Jadaveon Clowney, Carlos Dunlap, Marcus Stroud, all were great in college and solid to All-Star NFL DTs or SDEs.
Paul Wall would be proud.
Imagine being on the other side of the line staring into that grill blinding you right in the eyes haha
Thoughts and prayers. Gator Nation is behind your family.
So his dad is having open heart surgery?
Wish Dexter had been an early enrollee getting into Savage"s training program.
I mean....isn't it obvious???
Probably, but I just wanted to confirm, sometimes I don’t have such a firm grasp on the obvious.
Best of wishes to his dad.
I hate to ask but What are the NCAA rules on this? Logically theres nothing wrong with this but that’s not what I asked
You're in luck then, many of us here (myself included) certainly do. We're also only too happy to remind you of the obvious at every opportunity, regardless of how painful it may be.
Prayers offered for his Dad’s heart surgery and the family’s peace.
The NCAA has approved his GoFundMe page for his father’s surgery. Sorry if has been posted somewhere else. I’ve looked on GC and couldn’t find anything. Please donate if your able! In all kinds of weather....
Is there a link to the go fund me page somewhere?
I am not sure it is ok to make this kind of post. It is true but is it prudent.
Go to the GoFundMe website and search for his dad's name. I found it without remembering the whole name just that his name is similar to his son's.