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2006 '06 PA WR Wesley Lyons (West Virginia signee)

Discussion in 'Football Recruiting' started by LordJeffBuck, Jul 16, 2004.

  1. slickman

    slickman keeping tan

    LeBron James is also 6'8" and would've been one of the greatest WRs of all-time if football was the way he went. Just MY opinion. Who knows. In 20 years, all the QBs and Wideouts might be 6'8".
     
  2. bigtimebuck4

    bigtimebuck4 Newbie

    False. Lebron would have polayed TE like winslow, some H back and split out at WR on the goaline when he had to be man covered. Would have been a dominant football player, just not a pure WR.
     
  3. Hubbard

    Hubbard Administrator's Staff Member Bookie


    I know projection is fun in recruiting, but saying he WOULD'VE done this is a bit overboard. He played WR in highschool and had good speed, nothign to stop him from staying there
     
  4. MililaniBuckeye

    MililaniBuckeye The satanic soulless freight train that is Ohio St Staff Member Tech Admin

    You may not be far off. Remember the Washington Redskins OL nicknamed "The Hogs" in the early 1980s? They earned that name because all but one was over 300 pounds they were clearly the biggest OL in pro football. Now 20 years later it's not uncommon for a college team to have a OL that averages over 300 pounds each. If a QB today isn't 6'2" or taller, he's considered short, and many of the top HS prospects are 6'4" or taller. In 20 years, any QB under 6'6" could be considered short.
     
  5. Buckskin86

    Buckskin86 Moderator

    Kurelic premium

    Wesley is visiting this weekend with his teammate Darrin Walls . He will go to most of their home games to watch Devon. He is looking at Ohio State, scUM, Miami, Virginia Tech, Virginia, Penn State and West Virginia.
     
  6. I go back to Ingraham

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    thats what happens when a guy is 6 8 the only way to stop that
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    and thats 15 and an automativ 1st down

    you cant coach teach or create size
     
  7. tsteele316

    tsteele316 Mr. Such and Such

    if he gets his 40 time under 4.6, then he can play WR all day. I assume his listed 40 of 4.65 is a little dated.
     
  8. Buckskin86

    Buckskin86 Moderator

  9. the_shoe

    the_shoe standing room only

    ? about Devon Lyons brother

    I noticed that he's 6'6" 185lb WR, what grade is he in?
     
  10. EPBucks

    EPBucks Newbie

    I think that he is a JR. But I am not sure.
     
  11. BuckNutty

    BuckNutty Hear The Drummer Get Wicked Staff Member Bookie

    You're right, he's a junior.

    He has his own thread. I'm going to merge this thread to it.
     
    Last edited: Sep 13, 2004
  12. CleveBucks

    CleveBucks Serenity now Staff Member

    Found this one from a few months ago.
     
  13. Hubbard

    Hubbard Administrator's Staff Member Bookie

    Marsh Creek says he isn't top 25 in PA next year. He's a bit lanky and uncoordianted at the moment he said. Once he grows into his body and gets smoother he could be a good one.
     
  14. Savante

    Savante The Ruler's Back

    Translation? Interest in Penn State - None
     
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  15. craigblitz

    craigblitz Juice, Full of Juice!!

    I attend many Woodland Hills games and Marshcreek is not far off. The young man has abaility, and has all the measurables, but he has not grown into his own body yet. He is not fluid and smooth, the plays he makes is because of simple physics, he is bigger then most kids. Having said that, when (not if) he grows into his body the kid will be amazing!!!!!! He has measurables and he has size and speed (his 40 time will be MUCH better this summer) that will easily make the Super 20 in Pittsburgh and the top 25 in PA. For reference PA has A LOT of fantastic prospects next YEAR.
     

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