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We'll see once he gets to college. If he has these measurables he wouldn't have gone unnoticed by every major program in the nation.
Locke, Woodhead and Cobb are/were not that big with that speed in HS.
I guess what I am saying if we have a 4 star WR or Hopkins for the last spot who do we take? But hey, he had a great year, I just feel with what we have and what we are looking at, a scolly maybe hard to get at UK this year. Like the old saying goes, you can't take them all.
This post was edited by UKlaw82 16 months ago
If it's a situation where it's a 4* WR...You take the 4* WR. But if the 4* leaves UK hanging...Hopkins is a solid fall-back Athlete option for that ride.
Recruit speed and quickness and forget stars and competition if you get kids from Kentucky. You can coach technique but not quickness. You can build strength but not speed.
If he is 6,1 and has such speed move him to wide receiver if he can catch the ball but dont ignore them because of location and who they played against. Not every kid in Kentucky can play at Trinity.
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