upset on hand as I watched a very talented
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Dobson has some players that could play D2-D3 ball but no division-one prospects. DE Kyle Henson, RB Kadeem Holmon, QB Cody Lewis and FB Christian Long are among their best players and like I said could play at the small school level or might be able to walk-on somewhere.
TE Dion Jordan- National top 100 player with 14 offers
CB Marc Anthony- #32 ranked CB in the country with 17 offers
Safety Harold Bernard- 9 offers
RB Steven Jackson- 4 offers
LB Kurt Mangum
OL Damien Edwards- 6-6 320
was disappointed that Dion Jordan did not play much. He did not start the game
and did not even play in the 2nd half. I found out that
Dobson ran the ball for nearly 300 yards and was up early so they didn't need to pass, so I could not watch Anthony or Bernard in pass coverage. Both played well in run support though. Anthony is a good looking CB, very physical. Bernard looks like he will be a strong safety. He will have to add some weight but is a sure tackler with a nose for the football. Both had interceptions on their few chances.
Mangum made a name for himself at multiple combines this summer but after changing positions and schools, most people were anxious to see what he could do. He plays the run well and I think he can be a two-down type of backer at a smaller D1 program. He tackles well and made several TFLs. His speed is not the greatest and he struggles a bit on passing downs.
Edwards is giant at 6-6 320. He played left guard but was injured early in the game and did no play much. He came back out with a cast on his hand and did not go back in the game.
Chandler RB Bryce
Lamb is a good looking athlete at 6-0 170. He didn't do much in this game (not
that anybody did) but the staff at