ScoutTV: Kavario Middleton Jr. Highlights

Earlier this week Lloyd Carr officially offered Lakewood (WA) Lakes High School TE/DE Kavario Middleton, the Northwest's top prospect and one of the most coveted youngsters in the country. See why Lakes High headman Dave Miller (who also coached former U-M recruit and current NFL WR Reggie Williams) says his new protégé could be the next Tony Gonzalez in this ScoutTV highlight package.

Scout.com scouting report: Kavario Middleton has great size and frame. He is athletic and has long arms. Defensively, he gets off the ball so well and shows excellent quickness off the edge. He plays both the run and pass very well. Middleton can beat a tackle with a speed rush, bull rush or inside move. He moves well laterally and can pursuit from the backside. Offensively, he is a beast in the open field. Middleton shows soft hands and good concentration.

Middleton finished his junior season with 16 receptions and six touchdowns. Defensively, he had 10 sacks. Middleton can bench 285 pounds and has a 32-inch vertical jump. As a basketball player, Middleton averages 19 points and nine rebounds per game and was the league MVP.

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