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

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

  1. bobcat84

    bobcat84 Freshman

    Savante, good call. Marsh's takes ooze with PSU bias....
  2. unionfutura

    unionfutura Moderator Staff Member

    A lot of scouts share the opinion that

    Wesley isn't a top 20 prospect in PA yet. The kid had a huge growth spurt. Give him time to grow, he really needs to add weight.

    PS: I've met the guy that goes by MarshCreek, he's a tool, as soon as he found out that I liked the buckeyes he wouldn't let it go about the off field distractions. I felt kind of sorry for him.
    Last edited: Feb 3, 2005
  3. BloowdBuck

    BloowdBuck Employee of tha munf

    Kinda like JoePa's staff lying to Walker Ashley, Doug Worthington and other recruits about Tressel getting fired soon. Penn St has NO integrety and I could care less if they ever win another game.
  4. backhomeinohio

    backhomeinohio heavenissaturdayintheshoe

    Come on I would think that you would want them to win 1 game a year...the one versus scUM.
  5. BloowdBuck

    BloowdBuck Employee of tha munf

    I would hope they TIE
    :oh: :io:
  6. OSUBasketballJunkie

    OSUBasketballJunkie Never Forget 31-0

    I had not heard those

    back on topic for a sec....

    I think Lyons is a very interesting prospect because of his upside...6'6 WR are hard to come by....if he improves his numbers and has a good season, the bucks will be interested trust me.
  7. BloowdBuck

    BloowdBuck Employee of tha munf

    Bill Greene posted it in a thread on Bucknuts last night, I'm looking for it now.
  8. Swimmer

    Swimmer Please take my free art test

    I agree its hard to find 6'6 recievers... there are a lot more around the 6'5 range. What really matters is leaping ability. You have to be able to your height to your advantage. Does this kid have any Nike camp stats? Now as far as threats... what about the 6'8 Chichester, if that kid plays WR instead of PF he'll create real problems.
  9. Highstreet

    Highstreet Freshman

    Scout $

    Lyons did not make it to junior day b/c his dad was away on vacation. He would love the opportunity to play alongside his brother. He really likes the coaches for tOSU.
    Last edited: Feb 8, 2005
  10. KramericaIntern

    KramericaIntern MariettaBuckeye at BN/BSB

    Considering the height, the frame, and the modest 40 time, anybody else thinking All-American tight-end instead of WR for this kid?
  11. korchiki

    korchiki Junior

    he would need to put on a lot of weight to be a TE...but we will see
  12. Welsh0913

    Welsh0913 Rookie

    A LOT of weight.
  13. LightningRod

    LightningRod Senior

    Will Wannstedt be a player for Wesley?

    Wannstedt Recruiting W PA Hard
  14. aurorabuckeye13

    aurorabuckeye13 Freshman

    This guy would have to spend all year in the weight room if he was going to play TE or else everytime he would be in, the other team would assume we were throwing a pass, or not going to run it to his side.

    Like it has been said, 6'6'' recievers are hard to find, I'd like to see what this kid can do
  15. BGriffBuckeye

    BGriffBuckeye Haaaang on Sloopy, Sloopy Hang on!! O.. H.. I.. O.

    Maybe Rivals is exaggerating a bit, but they have Wes at 6'6" 200.

    If we are lucky enough to land Wes, I would assume he reshirts and spends all his time lifting and gaining as much weight as possible. Then when he finally plays he should have a solid frame and be a great Burress/Braylon-esque WR (even though it kills me to say their names, their production speaks for itself).

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