Alston plays with emotion, as most great defensive backs do. He breaks on the ball very well and does a great job of reading the quarterback and picking up the opponents routes.
Alston recently was timed at a college combine with blazing 4.46 speed.
WR/CB Stephen Garr
Garr was impressive the first time I saw him last fall and due to continued work in the weight room has improved since the end of the 2003 season.
Curtis Pulley, Garr made a couple impressive pass breakups on the rare times that Pulley threw his way.
Now that recruiting is in a 'dead period,' Garr's recruiting has basically remained unchanged since we spoke with on the 1st of June.
"Louisville is still my only offer," said Garr. "Some others are saying that they will offer soon though."
QB/S Curtis Pulley
Pulley first impressed me last fall when Hoptown visited Male and nearly defeated the Bulldogs during heavy rain storms. During that contest, it was his arm that drew my attention and while he impressed at that position on Friday evening, it was his play at safety that had many talking.
He breaks on the ball as good as any high school player that I have witnessed. He has a great burst, allowing him to get into the passing lanes and had a couple of very nice pass deflections in the championship game.
WR William Lewis
On Friday he continued to use his size to his advantage, but I would still like to see him become more agressive. He is a prospect with plenty of upside.
One program finally thought so as well and extended an offer.
"I got my first offer [on Thursday] from Marshall," Lewis said.