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2014 '14 NC ATH Braxton Berrios (Miami Verbal)

Discussion in 'Football Recruiting' started by LordJeffBuck, Jul 27, 2012.

  1. LordJeffBuck

    LordJeffBuck Illuminatus Emeritus Staff Member

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    Wide receiver / running back / defensive back
    Raleigh (NC) Leesville Road

    Height: 5-foot-10
    Weight: 173 pounds
    Forty: 4.59 seconds
    Shuttle: 3.81 seconds
    Vertical: 37 inches
    Bench reps: 19 @ 185 pounds

    Not much info on this guy yet, but he is tearing it up at Friday Night Lights.

    Claims offers from East Carolina, Maryland, Minnesota, North Carolina, and Wake Forest.
    stowfan and Buckeye_Mike like this.
  2. westbuck04

    westbuck04 Wildcard, b*tches

    [ame=""]Braxton Berrios Sophomore Highlights - YouTube[/ame]
  3. osugrad21

    osugrad21 Capo Regime Staff Member

  4. Buckrock

    Buckrock Newbie

    Saw some high lights on TOS. This Kid is a baller. Top 4 WR at FNL with Scott, Gibson and Allen most proclaim.
  5. MD Buckeye

    MD Buckeye BP Soft Verbal Staff Member BP Recruiting Team Bookie '13&14 BPCFFB II Champ

    Scout $ - Berrios and Leesville Road Remain Unbeaten


    By Clark.....Most recent offer from South Carolina, to go along with Duke, ECU, Maryland, Minnesota, UNC, Virginia Tech & Wake Forest. Believes Ohio State & Clemson are close to offering and might visit one of them on Thanksgiving weekend.
  6. gjpbucks13

    gjpbucks13 Newbie

    Braxton Berrios Junior Highlights

    Getting a chance to watch this kid play every week it is not hard to tell he is special.

    Final Stats

    Record 13-1 (Lost in 3rd round of playoffs)
    Rushing: 1142Yards 22TDs
    Receiving: 766 Yards 10TDs

    [ame=""]Braxton Berrios Is Unreal!: Ultimate Junior Season Highlight Film - YouTube[/ame]
  7. ant80

    ant80 Think less, feel more.

    Wouldn't it be cool to have a Braxton to Braxton pass in the NC game of 2015...? Just sayin.'
  8. LordJeffBuck

    LordJeffBuck Illuminatus Emeritus Staff Member

    In last night's Patriots-Jets game, the commentators said that Wes Welker is not very fast in a forty yard dash, but that he is one of the quickest and most explosive players in the league within a ten-yard area. That's the reason that Welker is always open, because he can accelerate out of breaks so quickly.

    Check out Berrios' forty time versus his shuttle time. By the way, Welker is 5' 9" and 185 pounds. Just sayin'....
  9. amybuckeye

    amybuckeye amybuckeye

    He defininately has great change of direction/elusiveness in the open field. He also plays with a lot of determination and his straight line speed seems good enough to me.

    One strange thing I did notice from his films is that after he scored a TD, there was not a whole celebration between him and his teamates. Maybe there is nothing to read into that but it did seem odd to me.
  10. gjpbucks13

    gjpbucks13 Newbie

    We have a saying at Leesville (his school) and that is he may not record the fastest time, but you put him next to any player running a 40 and i take him in a heartbeat. He just doesnt lose, it is pretty funny.

    That is actually a good observation about celebrating!

    To be honest if they celebrated every touchdown they would probably be more tired than they already are. They have 6 main players that play the entire game both ways as well as averaging 45 points a game. They do a jump at the end of each score to celebrate, but that's about it. I have known all these kids for 4 years and their overall record is 45-6 and you will not find a team more dedicated and close-knit than these kids.
  11. armsbendback

    armsbendback Freshman

    Thanks for the perspective GJP.

    Any insight into Braxton's feelings towards Ohio State and willingness to leave the South? Other schools he really likes?
  12. gjpbucks13

    gjpbucks13 Newbie

    I haven't really talked to him too much, I try to avoid talking to him about it. From what hes said he LOVED his visit to OSU and loved the staff and if OSU offered they would probably be #1 or at least tied with South Carolina. I know he visited Clemson this past weekend and really likes them as well. His brother Austin will be a redshirt freshman at East Carolina last year and his family and gf are all in Raleigh so I beleive that South Carolina would have an edge in that regard, however playing for a national contender every year really entices him to like OSU. Right now hes open and not going to make any decision anytime soon but workout and visit colleges and prepare for senior year. If i had to guess id say South Carolina would be #1 but an offer from OSU or Clemson could change that completely.
  13. osugrad21

    osugrad21 Capo Regime Staff Member

  14. MD Buckeye

    MD Buckeye BP Soft Verbal Staff Member BP Recruiting Team Bookie '13&14 BPCFFB II Champ

    Scout $ - Berrios draws familiar comparison


    By Garcia Jr.....Says Deion Sanders kept referring to him as Wes Welker at the UA Combine on Friday. Has offers from Virginia Tech, Maryland, Minnesota, Wake Forest, Duke, North Carolina, ECU & South Carolina, while also hearing from Ohio State, Clemson, Florida & Alabama.
  15. Buckskin86

    Buckskin86 Moderator

    [ame=""]Under Armour Combine: Braxton Berrios - YouTube[/ame]

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