55. Fudge Van Hooser
Trinity Presbyterian (Montgomery)
2010 stats: Van Hooser played receiver during his junior season with 400 total yards, but missed a few games due to a back injury.
Recruitment: Tulane commitment
Van Hooser says, "I think my biggest strength is my combination of speed and strength. I am not the biggest guy in the world. I have my 40 down to a 4.3. That is what I ran at the Army combine. I am now benching 340-pounds. The combination of speed and power I think is my biggest strength this year."
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