Cyrim Wimbs (OL)

TSW profiles Cyrim Wimbs, a huge OL from Pompano Beach, Florida. He says Miami leads, but he has NC State on his short list.

Name: Cyrim Wimbs
Position: Offensive Line
Hometown: Pompano Beach (FL)
High School: (Ely)
Height: 6'3"
Weight: 317
Speed: 5.1
School Preferences: Miami, NC State, Florida State, and North Carolina

TSW Bullet Points:

  • 55 Pancake Blocks as a Junior.
  • Bench 320, Squat 500.
  • 4.96 shuttle 5.1 fourty.
  • Should be able to contribute early.
  • Summer Camps - Miami.

    Miami Nike Camp Update - April 23, 2002: (Mike Bakas
    At 6-foot-3 1/2 and 317 pounds, Wimbs definitely passes the look test. He carries his weight pretty well and is just massive all the way around. He's a very thick, powerful 17 year old. It didn't take long before he started to impress, however. It started when he bench pressed 185 pounds 25 times, one of the top marks of the day. Shortly after the bench press, he showed off excellent lateral quickness by running a 4.96 shuttle time.

    Scouting Report - April 19, 2002: (Scott Kennedy
    Cyrim Wimbs is one of the offensive linemen in the south this season. He's big, 6-5 and 309 pounds. He's strong, 320 bench and 500 squat. He's quick, 5.1 forty. Predictably, Wimbs has interest in some of the top schools in the south. After totaling 55 pancake blocks as a junior, it's safe to say that some of the top schools in the south will have an interest in him as well.

    "Right now I like Miami the best," said Wimbs. "I like Miami followed by NC State, Florida State, and North Carolina. I know I'm camping at Miami for sure this summer, and I might go to their 'down and dirty' lineman camp. I'm not sure if I'm going to that one or not though."

    Wimbs will be the anchor of a talented offensive line that led Ely to an 1-2 record and a regional final appearance last season. "We had a young team last season. We're returning at least 11 starters. I want to win the state title this year. I'll stay pretty much on offense, but I'll get a chance to play some defensive tackle this year too."

    After coming so close last season, there's no reason to think that Big Cyrim Wimbs can't fulfill his goal this season.

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