Want to pass on LaGrange? Well, you're going to have to deal with Blackmon coming off the edge.
Want to run out of a passing situation to take advantage of his aggressiveness? Well, that doesn't work either, because he reads the play so well and changes directions like a top corner.
Want to run it right at him? He has a 300 pound power clean at 195 pounds, and he relished contact. He's going to knock your fullback right back into the ball carrier.
Want to run away from him? No good, he's going to chase down the play from the backside, and if you are lucky enough to break one through the line, he's going to catch you.
How do you score on LaGrange then? Well, not many people did. Blackmon is the backbone on this defense, but he's not alone. I will profile the entire LaGrange Class of 2005 prospects next week, but you are going to get a chance to see one of the top prospects in the country in action right now.
By the way... this is only about the first third of his season, there is much more on the way.
#10 Tray Blackmon
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