Kary Vincent checks in at 5-foot-11, 170-pounds from Port Arthur (Texas) Memorial. The four-star standout has been busy this Spring.
“Many schools have stopped by this month,” Kary Vincent, Jr. said. “Ohio State and LSU, next week Texas, Texas A&M, Michigan, Ole Miss and Missouri just to name a few.”
With 25 plus offers, Vincent is still deciding which teams will get official visits.
“I don’t know who would get my OV’s yet,” Vincent said
I believe Texas will be in this one until the end because of Charlie Strong
“Me and Coach Strong talk often and our relationship is growing,” Vincent said.
Vincent Jr. is a dynamic athlete with playmaking ability from his cornerback spot or in the return game. Sudden athleticism in both short-area burst and agility, as well as top-end speed. Turns and runs with receivers well. Great acceleration from a dead stop. Also possesses coveted trait of accelerating even more while already in flight. Excellent closing speed aided by ability to anticipate the ball. Dangerous in the return game because of aforementioned athletic traits and sudden cutback ability. Will need to build bulk and strength to prepare for next level, but a promising, high major-caliber cornerback talent with plenty of potential. - Gabe Brooks
Inside the Numbers
Scout Overall Rank No 136
Position Rank No 16
Midland CB Rank No 2
Texas CB Rank No 2
Vincent and his teammates are ready to get after it this year.
“Our weakness this year will be experience,” Vincent said. “We have a lot of young players who have to step up and play major roles on the team. I just have to make sure I do my part and everything else will fall into place.”
“I’m not looking for anything specific heading into this college football season, just ready to watch some exciting football,” Vincent said.