Class of 2009
I am doing positional analysis of each class in the Southeast. In the interest of giving attention to each
class member, I am going to break them down individually and by position.
OG 6-4 300
Broken Arrow (OK)
Commit Date: 8/13/2008
Size-Bailey is tremendous
and knows how to use his size. Gets good movement has the ability to
re-establish the LOS.
Feet--has light feet and a
quick first step, but he doesn't always bring them with him. Doesn't
lumber at all and is able to navigate through the box and on up to the second
Mobility--shows good range
in that he can get to the second and even third levels.
Finish--is solid at the
point of attack, but has a tendency to lose contact and "play watch".
He is typically out of the frame when the play ends.
Physicality--this is a
strange one because he does get such good movement, but he doesn't (for lack of
a better term) "bring it" on every play.
Next Up: Anthony Oden OT Hargrave Military Academy
Burke Hayes is the Southeastern Regional Manager for Football Recruiting at Scout.