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LB Camren Williams (Area Scout - New England Patriots)

Discussion in 'Buckeye Alumni' started by osugrad21, Dec 11, 2011.

  1. osugrad21

    osugrad21 Capo Regime Staff Member

    '12 MA LB Camren Williams


    Inside linebacker
    West Roxbury, Massachusetts
    Catholic Memorial

    Wt:215 lbs
    Class:2012 (High School)

    BN$--Star LB On His Way To OSU

    Camren's Dad, Brent Williams (NFL teammate of Mike Vrabel) says they are on their way to Columbus right now for a visit. He is still currently committed to Penn State and tOSU is the only other school they are focused on right now.
  2. wadc45

    wadc45 Bourbon, Bow Ties and Baseball Hats Staff Member BP Recruiting Team

    [ame=""]CAMREN_WILLIAMS_2011.flv - YouTube[/ame]
  3. DSelwyn

    DSelwyn Newbie

    Ha-ha-ha-ha.....I think Penn State's President should create the world's largest DETOUR sign and plant it in Happy Valley with the arrow pointed towards Columbus, OH. :io::oh:
  4. EgonSchiele

    EgonSchiele Infrequent Poster

    Cool. tOSU doesn't come up to this neck of the woods too often.
    OSUsushichic likes this.
  5. osugrad21

    osugrad21 Capo Regime Staff Member

    BG$--Four-star LB arrives in Columbus

    Brent Williams says this visit has not been designated as official or unofficial but they are in Columbus until Tuesday.
  6. That's quite true. Unless I'm missing someone, I think the last guy from Massachusetts they got was CJ Kelly back in '91.
  7. wadc45

    wadc45 Bourbon, Bow Ties and Baseball Hats Staff Member BP Recruiting Team

    Credit to Marc Givler...he has been on this one from the jump.
  8. Merih

    Merih GO BUCKS!

    First thing I was impressed with on his film was how low he keeps himself, great leverage. Then comes the explosion. He never catches guys, he tackles through them. That is a very good sign early on. On top of all that he is an extremely athletic linebacker. Maybe not as much burst as Jamal Marcus, but that's fine given that he projects more as a true LB rather than a pass rushing guy/ Viper.

    Given his technique when in traffic he could be really good on special teams early in his career. Like all LB highlight films though, this one was skimpy on the pass plays. Didn't get to see how well he can read the patterns over the middle, but given his athleticism and hips I think there's no reason some solid coaching wouldn't turn him in to a good player in that aspect as well.

    I like this offer. Good player, athletic, and gets us into an area we haven been into much.
  9. bukIpower

    bukIpower Senior

    It's interesting to see the difference in style's the two coaching staffs prefer from Tressel to Urban. Tressel usually recruited the 230+ guys and I've seen a few guys with Urban now more so in that 210 range which I love because it gets SPEED on the field, something I think we were missing in abundance this year. Great video and here we go again with another great recruit.
  10. LordJeffBuck

    LordJeffBuck Illuminatus Emeritus Staff Member

    Of all the major losses from the 2010 team - Tressel, Pryor, Heyward, Nate Williams, Homan, Chekwa, Posey - Brian Rolle was one of the biggest. Not a typical tOSU middle linebacker, but his speed and athleticism gave the Buckeye defense a dimension that they have never had. Camren seems like a similar type of player.
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  11. Merih

    Merih GO BUCKS!


    What Rolle did was all of the solid things that an MLB was supposed to do. Then, 4-5 times a game, there would be a play where the opposition looks to have the edge, or we missed a tackle. Rolle would almost always come flying in and fixing what should've been a big gain into a modest one. That is something that only elite athleticism can provide.

    You can scheme things to a "t." Have all your players in the right places. Diagnose the play, and call the perfect counter play. That's coaching. But every once in a while things go wrong and someone has to make an outstanding play. THAT is recruiting.
  12. GeorgiaBuck2

    GeorgiaBuck2 Lets Go!

    Does he have an offer, or is he just visiting?
  13. wadc45

    wadc45 Bourbon, Bow Ties and Baseball Hats Staff Member BP Recruiting Team

    Check the offers thread...
  14. k2onprimetime

    k2onprimetime All in

  15. Moose

    Moose Back on track baby!!!!!!!!

    This is good news. I needed this today.


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