David Delsoin Garnering Major Attention

The state of Florida is loaded with talent this year. And one of the better looking OL prospects seen all year is David Delsoin, a relatively unknown prospect who we expect to become a touted commodity during spring ball. Delsoin has yet to receive his first offer. But we predict that will change once coaches see the ability of this man-child.

Sheridan Hills OL David Delsoin is as physically impressive an OL as there is in the 2010 class. He is a legit 6'6 270 pounds and very lean. He has a great frame to build on for the future and runs very well for a man of his size. At the Under Armour combine he ran the 40 yard dash in 5.1 and at the Scout combine a 5.39. "I have been working out hard with my strength and conditioning coach and our teammates. Last year I was able to bench press 315 for 2 reps and I feel a lot stronger and better conditioned now. I ran well at the Under Armour Combine, but not as well at the Scout event. I was named one of the better OL at the Nike Camp. I just need to keep training and getting better".

Delsoin garnered 1-B First Team All-State honors last year at the small school. "I had a good year last year. I played both Offensive Line and Defensive Line. I feel like I am growing in to my body and developing in to a good football player. I have been playing football since my freshman year of high school. I love it at Sheridan Hills. The academics are good and so are the people and coaches. My parents feel comfortable with the school. It is a Christian school and small. I know some people say that it will be harder to get recruited out of the school and that could hurt me, but I feel comfortable here".

Delsoin states that his biggest strength is his run blocking. "I have good feet, speed, and athleticism. I enjoy run blocking. With more experience and technique, I should improve in pass protection. I am willing to play either tackle or guard in college".

So far, Delsoin has received interest from Florida, Florida State, Wake Forest, Indiana, Purdue, UCLA, Georgia Tech, Clemson, UCF, and Rutgers. "Before I wanted to stay close to home because that was what I was comfortable with. But I will go play for anyone that believes in me. I need to find the right school. I am a hard worker and love the game of football. Getting to the NFL would be a dream for me, but academics are very important for me and my family also. I would like to study sports management. Besides the schools that have contacted me, I would like to hear from schools in the SEC, ACC, and Big East. I have been invited to a number of camps already, but don't know which ones I'll go to yet"

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