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melbourne fl (via Shadyside oh)

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  • COLLEGE FOOTBALL PLAYER: joey galloway

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Comment 16 Aug 2015

WOW- That was by far the most impressive running back highlite reel that I've ever seen. Alot of backs have straight line speed. His ability to slow down, speed up, juke, cut on a dime are what seperates him from everybody else. Can't wait to see him in the scarlet and gray! Urban might have to come up with a scheme that has 3 H-backs on the field at one time with all this talent.

Comment 08 Aug 2015

Fred Bruney played at Martins Ferry as well. Among the all-time interception leaders at OSU as well as a career in the NFL as both a player & coach

Comment 08 Aug 2015

Nate Davis was also quite the hoopster. I believe he is/was in the top 10 in basketball in the state in both points & rebounds. Some say his best sport was baseball, Quite the athlete.

Comment 08 Aug 2015

His father was the had hoops coach at Muskingham college in New Concord, the same school that John Gruden first went to and a couple of the Heacock brothers as well.

Comment 02 Aug 2015

I went to college with Coach Mick at West Liberty State College in Wheeling W.Va. After working out with him, there's little doubt that he wouldn't have our players doing anything he hasn't done himself.To say he was a workout warrior himself would be a huge understatement. I hope Urban & him are connected at the hip here for years to come. It's always great to see how "Micks Monsters" develope not just their bodies but their passion as well under his tutelege. Job well done Coach Mick!

Comment 01 Aug 2015

Count me as not too concerned about that corner spot. I think whoever is the best of the Conley, Webb, Lattimore trifecta will be plenty good. Too much talent there for anything else, plus the competition there will enhance all 3's game. They got this covered.

Comment 31 Jul 2015

It's a shame this won't get a fraction of the air time that the 4 suspensions got. I guess that's the world we live in, always focusing on the negatives, and not nearly focusing as much on stellar student/athletes like Mr. Perry. Way to represent the Bucks young man. Well done.