He was listed at 5’10”” 170 LBs as a redshirt freshman and 5’10” 180 LBs as a redshirt junior on the Seton Hill roster. He could be a little smaller, but he has been in college for 4 years, so I would assume he has developed.My thought is that if he's really 5-11, 180, he's not coming to UConn.
do you pull these out of your butt?5-10, 165. He better be fast. Good luck to the young man.
If I recall correctly, Cody Endres ended up at Slippery Rock and maybe Robbie Frey?Seton Hill 'plays in the Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference in the Western Division with Slippery Rock, IUP, California, Clarion, Gannon & Edinboro. The PSAC is a really good D2 conference in all sports. IUP, the Rock & California typically get a number of D1 transfers every year.
Yes on Endrees. I believe Robbie Frey ended up at Kutztown (East Division of the PSAC) because it was close to hoe for him. Can't recall who it was but a Husky went transferred to IUP a number of years agoIf I recall correctly, Cody Endres ended up at Slippery Rock and maybe Robbie Frey?
do you pull these out of your butt?
I don't know anything about Seton Hill University - though I recognize some of their opponents from a schedule. IF ... that HC at Seton Hill puts him at 170 - 175 -180 over three years … I don't know why you feel the need to be dismissive.
Generally, there is speed at all levels of football. Usually, the kids that are small, but fast in high school, don’t get FBS football scholarships. (That is how UConn got Larry Taylor.). The big difference between FBS and lower leagues is the size, strength,athleticism, and speed of the linemen and LBs, but you can find some fast DBs and WRs that we’re undersized coming out of HS.A 4.38 guy usually looks faster on film. I would expect almost shocking break away speed against a D2 team. He did definitely get himself some breathing room though, so maybe he is that fast. I sure hope so.
Do you know what fast looks like in an AAC football game?You do realize they run without pads on?? Just curious