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Watching his film, , I'm amazed it took so long for him to get the big offers
if he commits i dont think we'll be complaining about wr talent for awhile this 1 class will turn all that around
This post was edited by TravisFLAx8 14 months ago
I agree, we will have to RS whoever isn't ready so we don't lose them all at the same time. Good problem to have right now though, because we are playmaker depleted.
I know right.. Rarely can one class fix such a huge hole. In this case, 6 wr's can totally change the wr spot at UF from bare, to loaded. DRob/Clark/Fulwood/Hawkins is something serious with Ct/Ab finding their niche eventually.
Plus Dunbar for 2 more years. Who knows what may come of the 2 from last year but they'll finally be coached up and pushed by competition.
I think Pittman is gonna bust out too.
It won't crush me if we don't get him but man..Him with Robinson, Bailey, and Fulwood. We could go from one of the worst WR groups to one of the best in a two year window. This WR class has to be one of the best since Spurrier left us. Muschamp has just loaded them up!
I'm from Daytona, went to Seabreeze HS. Played against NSB when Clark was a freshman and he was very much a key player for them even as a freshman. He was one of the top sprinters in the area as a freshman too. running ~10.5 100's
It is the #1WR class in the country, right now. JC would take it over the top. Think about when USC got those 5 WR's a few years back and only 2-3 of them panned out. They still are able to throw it at will. Clark would be our Marquis Lee, and DRob is by himself with great ball skills, height, speed, and YAC ability. We have Fulwood to go over the middle and in the Redzone, Bailey will be flexed all over the place (along with Clark) and Marqui Hawkins is a Big Bad man, with incredible blocking ability and could even turn into a Boldin type WR. I'm not sure about Chris Thompson, but you can't teach speed and he has plenty.
Tell us more, is he as good as his tape looks and what kind of competition do they play against?
Here is proof that James Clark ran a legit 10.43 100M and a 21.51 200M.
Notice someone familiar, right below him with a 48.07 400M?
Might wanna keep that on the low-low when Gibbs is around.
Well that was back in 2010, they were alright then but Seabreeze was coming off of a state semifinal loss to Lincoln. We were beating down mostly everyone except for Mainland and DeLand, but those are the top teams locally. He was the kind of guy they worked to get the ball to at every opportunity even with a few other more experienced playmakers. Very quick just as his film shows. Our gameplan when we played him was to make sure he (yes him specifically) never got behind any of our DB's because he was the quickest guy on the field hands down. It wasn't often we had to gameplan for one guys skill set but he was an open field threat on every down.
His best times are
2010 - 11.25
2011 - 10.80
2012 - 10.43
UF - 9.80 :)
Look at my other post, he ran a 11.25 100M in 2010, a 10.80 in 2011, and a blazing 10.43 in 2012. I can't believe you had to game plan for him as a Freshman! How the **** did everybody miss out on this guy for so long?
I couldn't remember the names of the other guys earlier, but he was in the mix with like 3 upper classmen that were running out of a similar position. They had guys like Cody Ervin, Raheem Mostert (Purdue), and Stephen Jackson. Mostert and Ervin were also track stars in the 110 hurdles. James Clark will probably be the best recruit out of NSB since Dallas Baker. Just a pure athlete.
his senior yr highlights were what really brought the offers rollin in i think
Remind me quick of who we have returning at WR:
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