Florida State Seminoles Running Back Commit, Charles Strong, Certainly Passed the Eye Test at the Opening Orlando Regional

DAVENPORT, Fla. -- Scout dishes out highlights of Charles Strong, a Florida State running back commit, from the Opening Orlando Regional.

The Opening Orlando was not an event that was really going to showcase the overall strengths of Florida State commit and Lake Butler (Fla.) Union County running back, Charles Strong, who was arguably the most physically-imposing prospect that laced up the cleats in Central Florida.

Strong, who checked in at a chiseled 6-foot-1, 230 pounds, is a thumper that really excels when getting his pads north and south and playing with power. He also shows decent straight-line speed once getting down the field, and is a hard worker that just simply put his head down and went to work last weekend.


Strong posted 44 feet in the kneeling powerball toss, and a 4.16 in the 20-yard pro agility shuttle. The big-bodied tailback also jumped 32.2 inches during testing for the vertical jump.

Scout kept close tabs on Strong all afternoon, and dishes out highlights of the ACC commit at the top of the page.

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