Scouting Report: Massillon Tigers

CANTON, OHIO--Massillon has a new coach and a new attitude, but Jordan was just too strong. New head coach Jason Hall had his kids ready to play, but the massive Jordan team from Sandy, Utah was just a little bit more than the Tigers were ready to handle. Here is a scouting report from the game.

24 J.T. Turner 6-2/180 CB/RB 2009

Turner deserves to be mentioned right up there with best in the state of Ohio and he may be the best player not named Marcus Hall. Turner was everywhere on Saturday night. I had my doubts as to whether or not he could play corner in college, but not anymore. His height, speed and athleticism could make for one heck of a college corner. His hips are good enough that he could pull it off.

Of course, with the way he can close and the physicality that he plays with makes him an elite safety prospect. One area of his game that surprised me was the way he played running back. Turner showed some patience allowing the holes to develop and then he had that explosive burst to get through the holes quickly. He has great hands as well. Turner went from very good defensive back to elite defensive back after this performance. Michigan got an absolute stud in J.T. Turner.

7 Bo Grunder 5-10/165 WR/DB 2010

Grunder may not look like the prototypical star athlete, but let me tell you this. I would take this kid on my team any day of the week. He gives everything he has on every play, whether it is on offense, defense or special teams. He really has the chance to become a special player.

11 Mike Clark 6-1/175 QB 2009

Clark is not a kid with a big time arm or with all the pocket presence of a five-star prospect, but the kid has moxy. He can make something happen out of nothing. He seems to excel when the play breaks down and he has to throw on the move. He is a very efficient and accurate thrower. He needs to work on his mechanics a little bit, but he can play college ball somewhere.


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