Salubi Commits to Hometown Baylor Bears

The Baylor Bears got a bigtime commitment from a local player over the weekend. Waco High running back, Jared Salubi gave his verbal pledge to play for the Baylor Bears. Come inside to read more.

Jared Salubi, a soon-to-be senior at Waco High School, had a great junior season when he posted 1544 yards rushing and 17 touchdowns along with 111 receiving yards and 2 touchdowns. Salubi gained District 16-4A MVP honors and honorable mention all-state helping lead the Waco Lions to a 13-3 record and a Class 4A state runner-up finish.

Standing 5'10 182 pounds with 4.5 speed, Salubi has been producing high numbers early in his prep career, posting over 1,000 all-purpose yards in his sophomore campaign. In a recent interview, Salubi explained his biggest stengths.

"My biggest strength is my vision, I can see the cutback lanes and hit them quick. I also have a good combination of power and speed. This off-season I am focusing on improving my blocking technique and getting even faster".

Arizona State, Baylor, Georgia Tech, Michigan, Notre Dame, Oklahoma State all showed interest in the two-sport athlete (track), but Salubi ended his recruitment by pledging to the hometown Baylor Bears.


255 pound bench press max

400 pound squat

34 inch vertical leap.

Participates in the 4x100

Participates in the 4x200 relays Participates in the 100m dash.

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