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'07 OH LB David Harsch

Discussion in 'College Football' started by Highstreet, Mar 30, 2005.

  1. Highstreet

    Highstreet Freshman

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    David Harsch
    Warren G. Harding
    Height:
    5'10
    Weight:
    210
    Bench: 285

    - Anyone with a television set could have seen that against the big names of St. Eds and Glenville, Harsch more often than not was the name the announcers called when a tackle was made. Harsch is one of those players that just has a nose for the ball. It was hard to gauge his speed as it was mostly lateral movemant, and he may not have yet earned enough stripes to be given free reign with any kind of a blitz package. [font=&quot]Harsch is another tough and well-schooled ball player from the stables of Coach McDaniels[/font].
     
    Last edited: Mar 30, 2005
  2. Worm02

    Worm02 Sophmore

    Harsch is just getting started

    I don't think that I've ever seen a sophomore with a nose for the ball like Harsch. He had his best games against WGH's toughest opponents, and WGH played the 6th toughest schedule in the country according to calpreps.com. Didn't participate in any spring sports (I think that he's running track though), but he lives in the weight room. Reminds me of a young version of Carl Diggs with his bulk & playing style. Harsch will definitely be one to watch.
     
  3. Highstreet

    Highstreet Freshman

    GBW $

    Next year's club is loaded with underclassmen talent, including sophomore running back Dan Herron (cousin of Prescott Burgess), linebacker/safety Sidney Glover, and linebacker David Harsch....All three of those players were starters last season, which is surprising since Warren Harding rarely ever plays it's sophomores.
     
  4. Worm02

    Worm02 Sophmore

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    Harsch is a solid HS LB, but it will be interesting to see how well he fares at FB this season. If he excels on offense as well as he does on defense than he could be a sleeper for 2007 IMO. It's very early in his career though, so he still has time to grow into a college LB.
     
  5. Warren Raider

    Warren Raider Newbie

    He will wear #11 for Harding and he now benches 315
     
  6. Warren Raider

    Warren Raider Newbie

    He has been hurt for about 2-3 weeks but has been all over the place the past 2 weeks. HE really has a nose for the ball and doing pretty good at LB.
     
  7. Warren Raider

    Warren Raider Newbie

    Despite being injured he had a great year. He will also end up a Safety in College.
     
  8. dfaulkne

    dfaulkne Newbie

    i don't mean to be critical of warren harding, but if they have all this talent, why is their record so bad?? i guess part of the reason is most of their best talent appears to be underclasseman. warren harding fans, tell me whats up with your team....
     
  9. Warren Raider

    Warren Raider Newbie

    Coaching. We have alot of talent but it is not put in the right places and is not well coached. We are expecting a new coach next year and we are hoping they fire Mcdaniels because he has took away all of our tradition from Pep Rallies to bon fires and is not making football fun. we I played we wore are jerseys on game day that is tookin away. Everbody use to eat the team meal now only starters and 2nd and 3rd stringers have to buy their own food. Our talent is being wasted. We should have atleast 3 state titles in the last 4 yrs. We are in every game we play and lead at halftime but he doesnt make any halftime adjustments and team know what were doing in the 2nd half the same as the 1st. There is talk about us getting Brian Cross who is a Warren boy. I have met him and he is a real nice gy. He said that if he was ever offered the Harding job he would accept right on the spot. He was almost our coach back in 2000 before Mcdaniels but Mcdaniels came out of retirement.
     
  10. Worm02

    Worm02 Sophmore

    In a test done earlier this week, David did 18 reps of 225.
     
  11. Worm02

    Worm02 Sophmore

    In a test done yesterday, David did 20 reps of 225.
     
  12. Warren Raider

    Warren Raider Newbie

    David is now benching 375 Squating 430 and Cleaning 240
     
  13. Worm02

    Worm02 Sophmore

  14. Worm02

    Worm02 Sophmore

    In a recent test, Harsch ran a 4.69 40.
     
  15. Worm02

    Worm02 Sophmore

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