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Elijah Sindelar, QB 2015, Caldwell County
This post has been edited 2 times, most recently by morbidky84 16 months ago
I don't always post but when I do, I try to make things interesting
Also..Damien Harris..rb..Madison Southern..some call the kid the 2nd coming of Herschel Walker. 6'0 210 with high 4.3 low 4.4 speed as a sophomore. How big would it be to keep this kid in state?
Wow..kid can flat play. Nice arm..especially for a sophomore..will only get stronger. Can hurt you running..lookls to have 4.5 type speed. Nice bullet up to 30 yards. Great touch on his deep throws. Who's the wr..#10? That kid looks good too.
Great find..morbid. Sindelar can sure play QB. Impressive highlight reel. Looks like 2015 will be another above average in state pool of talent. The #10 kid looks like he could be SEC caliber wr..great hands..fast..tough. Sindelar looks a lot like Drew Barker..but his arm strength looks better than Barkers did as a soph. Kid made some tough throws look easy. Seems to have the innate playmaking ability and internal clock..gets out of trouble..can gash you with his feet. Im impressed!!
If interested, I have the link for his 2012 state title game as well against Newport Central Catholic. They lost 30-26, and I'd say he's a tad bit slower than 4.5, I'd push him down to 4.7-4.8. In the game he went 21-29 with 258 and two TD's, ran it 14 times for 54 yards and a TD. Overall not a bad title game for a sophmore at all.
Kentucky High School Athletic Association in Lexington, Kentucky
This post was edited by UKDUDE2 16 months ago
Yeah, I think he's a solid athlete but not fast in 4.5 range, good enough wheels to buy you time in the pocket. His arm should improve with solid mechanic work, may be futher along than Towles was in his sop. year. Has all the tools to be a solid D-1 QB in the SEC depending on the offense
This post was edited by morbidky84 16 months ago
I'm really big on that kid, could almost fit into any type of offense. I dunno about calling him the second coming of Herschel Walker but has the ceiling to be that good
Looked faster than 4.7..on those breakaway runs..must have been a very slow defense..it is hard to judge speed on a highlight reel. He is mobile though. Great arm..great touch..looked accurate. Comparing his soph. highlights to Drew Barkers..very similar..id give arm edge to Sindelar..Barker has improved his arm strength greatly. If Sindelar dedicates himself..could be a very, very good QB. 2a not the best competition though..those defense's made the kid look like a 4.5 runner..lol. Any idea who the wr #10 is? Kid made some good grabs. Sindelar has nice zip on his bullet passes.
Overall..i came away impressed by the reel. Definitly a kid to watch for 2015.Enjoyed the highlight..thanks for the link Morbid!!
LoL..yeah..im just relaying what ive heard. Harris is a beast. Just imagine him as a prep senior...6'1 225? 4.3. Strong. Great field vision, cut back ability. Has all the physical tools to be a Adrian Peterson "type" rb. Would be HUGE HUGE land for Stoops. Offer the kid NOW. Will be a hard sell..dont think he's originally from KY. So probably not a UK "Fan". If Stoops get things rolling..who knows? Already touted as #1 player overall in 2015 nationally. Everyone recruiting him.
Yeah, I know what you're saying, and that's probably what does him seem really fast, but not taking anything away from him, because he his pretty fast, and yeah a pretty good comparison with Barker, but I personally like Barker more, and have watched both, and yeah as well on the #10, he seems pretty darn good. Yeah, he will be a kid to watch for 2015.
I would love to find the next Bo Jackson over Walker, both great running backs but Jackson was just on another level compare to anyone else
It looks like Stoops has ground to make up with this kid, loves MICHIGAN, and now OSU is involved too.
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