Meadows A Key Target For Bearcats

As one of the top offensive linemen in Ohio for the Class of 2012 Kyle Meadows will be a player of need. While it is early, he knows there is still much work to be done. BearcatInsider.com caught the sophomore in action on Saturday.

Kyle Meadow is a man child at 6-foot-5, 270-pounds. While he's not the center of attention of his team, he is a player who will be getting a lot of interest in the coming years as he continues to improve upon his abilities.

On Saturday, Meadow's and his West Chester (Ohio) Lakota West teammates fell in their season opener against Cincinnati (Ohio) La Salle but the game will provide Meadow's the continued chance to improve upon his skill set and become one of the top offensive line prospects in the Midwest.

Breaking down the young lineman is pretty simple. He's got great physical size to go with a good first step. But he must work on getting stronger and understanding the finer parts of line play. One-on-One, Meadow's is hard for any defender to beat. It is when he is attacked with stunts that he is still working on knowing who to go after. With his ability to keep his feet, Meadow does a great job of getting to second level defenders.




Kyle Meadows
Pat Strang, Scout.com




While it is still early, Kyle Meadow will have a chance to become a national recruit much like his teammate Ryan Kelly has in the Class of 2011.

Fully expect Butch Jones and the Bearcats to make a hard run after this local product.

Here are a few photos of Kyle in action.


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