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2020 FL LB Jesus Machado

Discussion in 'Football Recruiting' started by ScriptOhio, May 18, 2016.

  1. ScriptOhio

    ScriptOhio Everybody is somebody else's weirdo.

    8th grade linebacker receives verbal offer from Alabama

    In recent "we are all aging and time's inevitable maw is upon us" news, a middle schooler in South Florida has received a football scholarship from the University of Alabama.'s Alan Popadine (h/t Bleacher Report's Joe Pantorno) reports that Jesus Machado, an 8th grade student from Hialeah, Florida, has received a verbal offer from the Crimson Tide.

    That fact alone is incredible and ridiculous and borderline insane. But it gets crazier: this is just the latest in the growing pile of verbal offers Machado has received thus far.

    At 6'0", 190 pounds, Machado's already been approached with verbal offers from Michigan State, Iowa State, N.C. State and West Virginia. He's not even a true freshman, but plays linebacker and defensive end at the varsity level for Champagnat Catholic High School. In 2015, listed him as a top ten player in the class of 2020.


    [​IMG]Spartan Avenue ‎@SpartanAvenueFS
    #MichiganState offered an 8th-grade OLB on Wednesday in Jesus Machado.
    3:05 PM - 12 May 2016

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  2. Lurker11

    Lurker11 Greyshirted

    At this pace, this kid is going to have 520 offers by the time he reaches his senior year.

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