The 6-4, 280-pounder is very active as he finished with 87 total tackles, 75 of those were unassisted or solo. He also had seven sacks and a blocked kick.
He runs an amazing 4.8 in the forty and that time, which he confirmed, has been listed several places. He will get stronger with a 280-pound max in the bench press. He doesn't get as much time in the weight room as he is averaging a double-double (11 points and 10 rebounds) for a district leader in basketball.
Obviously, he is being recruited by a bunch. "Recruiting is going good so far," said Russell. "I've heard from some school by phone, a whole bunch, more than I can name by mail.
"I've been to a couple of junior days, Baylor and Texas. Yes, I went to Texas this weekend. That went good. I got to see the campus and talk to some coaches. It was a good trip."
Russell said he has heard from Oklahoma State and Oklahoma, either by phone or by mail. He has mail from a bunch of other schools including Baylor, Texas, Missouri, Texas Tech, Texas A&M, Alabama, SMU, and TCU.
"I've heard from OU by phone," said Russell. "I think it was Coach (Jackie) Shipp that called me. I think I've just got mail from Oklahoma State. I'm wanting to make the junior days.
"I want to try to come up there this weekend (OU has a junior day Saturday and OSU is on Sunday), but I've got basketball playoffs, so I don't know if I will be able to make it. I am interested in both schools. I'm just wanting to see as many of these schools as I can and then start to make decisions."
Russell said he is a good student and his first choice for a major in college right now is architectural engineering.
Recruiting: Quincy Russell May Make It Sunday
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