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Posted a 10.33 in 100 meter dash, WOW is all I can say! Link below.
This post was edited by ocoeerivervol 23 months ago
Hard to find anyone his size that can run like that.......and then find one his size that is a really good football player/prospect.
I was hoping for a positive academic tidbit. But this is nice.
I didn't see his name on the 1500 meter list? Anyone know what he posted?
Here is some highlights from the year before last. Looks like he knows where the end zone is.
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+1 When you watch his JUCO highlights you get the feeling that his breakaway speed (off the line and after the catch) is likely due to the opposition's talent-level but with a 10.33-100m time it hard not to credit his speed. To put CP's 100m time into perspective, Justin Hunter was timed at a nonwind-aided 10.99 -100m (just prior to enrolling into UT). Only time will tell just how dangers our offense can be with Hunter, Rodgers and CP lining up together (with Pig's 4.4-40 speed, Cam 6'6-265 frame, or Jason Croom's 6-5-220 freak athlete abilities thrown in the mix).
Caveat: While I recognize that Hunter is considered to be a jumper rather than a sprinter, Hunter has repeatedly shown (Volnation and opposing secondaries) that his straight-line speed is nothing to thumb your nose at.
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Wow. He has Hunter's wheels with Rogers body. It wouldn't surprise me if he is our best WR this fall. Not saying he will, or trying to make any predictions, but just that it would not surprise me.
Wes/ Ryan - Still new to this recruiting stuff but Patterson's physical attributes seem to leave nothing to be desired. He looks and sounds incredible. That being said- we've had a couple other 5 star JC receivers that didn't pan out. Who are some successful WRs that came out of the JC ranks (not limited to UT guys). Thanks!!
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