PHONE'S RINGING -- IT'S URBAN ON THE LINE
Taft isnt all that impressive, but Washington is a STUD. Dominating this game. Anyone watch/watching?
I watched the majority of it. He was really impressive; in on nearly every tackle... but unfortunately not nearly as impressive as Friendship's defensive line (specifically #58 who is apparently the nation's best DT) or as unimpressive as Taft's offensive line.
Watched it. He was extremely impressive, something like 11 tackles, 2 sacks and 2 forced fumbles. Eddie Goldman(58) for friendship was insane as well. Not impressed with Dwayne Stanford at all. Taft's offense was turrible, although their running back has wheels. Also the sophomore on Taft's D-line that was 6'2" 340 or something was impressive too, (Tacota Smith or something).
Washington looked very impressive. He's def a Leo though, and with us going hard after Odenigbo as our only other D-line prospect(I guess he's a LB as well) who's also a Leo how would that work out?
Goldman was a man child! Chasing down that qb being 300 plus was awesome!
Stanford really couldn't do anything because his qb didn't have time to throw the ball to him. Otherwise he looks ok, tall, could win some jump balls. He's no Devin Smith though.
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