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Florida State's hiring of Tim Brewster as the new tight ends coach has had an early impact on the recruitment of Chicago (IL) De La Salle Institute running back Mikale Wilbon.
This post was edited by Tom Loy on 2/28/2013 at 9:35 PM
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" Plus, if I get to the league, I’ll be rested and my knees won’t be shot from getting like 30 carries a game.”
This is a sentiment I think more RBs should have. I have always wondered why elite backs want tons of carries. Our system will let you shine but won't over work individual players.
Lonnie had very few carries but now he is the #1 FB going into the Draft.
Wow. Real smart kid. You don't see that too often anymore. Makes me like him that much more.
Bring him aboard! Great vision and use of blockers!! Not to mention speed!!!
I love this kids attitude, and would want him on my team, if for no other reason than his attitude.
Not everyone on the team can be a star, and he is okay with contributing in what ever way he can; and if he becomes a star, it couldn't happen to a better kid.
It seems like "the next Lonnie Pryor" gets thrown around a lot these days, by everyone (myself included), but the truth is, people with LP24's kind of attitude don't come around as often as we would like...This kid though, really seems to have that kind of attitude.
That would make him a valuable asset to the team, even if he is only a part time contributor, and that is not saying that is all he could be, because he surely could be much more.
Tbonner2 said about him "Vision and use of blockers stands out along with good not great speed."
I think that is dead on, and that has been the making for many a very good RB.
In short, I would be very happy if he became a Nole.
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