In The Film Room: Sedrick Flowers

One of the top 2011 offensive line prospects in the state of Texas is Sedrick Flowers of North Shore. The 6-2.5, 275-pound road grater is coming off second team all-district honors in 2008 and will be a nationally recruited prospect. Burnt Orange Beat brings you these sophomore highlights.

The North Shore Mustangs have produced many big time college offensive line prospects in head coach David Aymond's years including Andre Gurode (Colorado/NFL), Chris Redding (Arizona/UH), Chris Johnson (Arizona) to name a few.

In 2010, the Mustangs will produce another highly recruited line prospect in Texas commit Trey Hopkins. Not taking a year off, North Shore will have one of the nation's best in 2011 in Sedrick Flowers.

Flowers, at 6-2.5, and 275 pounds, plays right tackle for the Mustangs, but will likely be recruited as a guard on the next level. The junior-to-be already has an offer in hand from Texas A&M with many more expected on September 1.

Sedrick Flowers Scouting Report

Simply put, Flowers is one of the top offensive line prospects in the state regardless of class. At 6-2.5, and 275 pounds with terrific feet, flexibility, long arms, the ability to run, a maule'rs attitude and the ability to break down in space and engage, the 2011 prospect will be nationally recruited and offered by the majority of programs that come through North Shore without question.

Flowers plays right tackle, opposite Longhorn commit Trey Hopkins, for the Mustangs, but will likely slide inside at the next level. Flowers' strengths showed during the season as well as a recent spring practice are ability to move the feet quickly, keep the feet moving when engaged and the ability to drive block with power and fluid movement. He has above average lateral movement, can run to the second level and finish blocks for a young lineman with the ability to turn defenders and still drive them.

In space, he does a good job of breaking down with a wide base, latching on and controlling smaller and quicker players. His arm length combined with his foot quickness will make him ideal for any college offense playing at guard or even center.

Physically, Flowers is developing in the upper body. His lower body is very strong and powerful needing only to roll the hips a little more consistently to maximize his lower body ability.

Texas, Florida and Texas A&M are the top three early on for his services.

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