Junior to watch: CB Paul Oliver
"As a corner I'm very in your face and very agressive, we play man to man coverage 99% of the time and I'm a shut down corner to the fullest." Oliver had 9 picks on defense, over 700 receiving yards on offense and 13 total touchdowns. He runs a 4.32 40 with a 36" vetical leap and says he is looking forward to attending the Nike Camp this weekend to test himself in the one on one drills. At this point his top schools include USC, Texas, Georgia, Florida State, Florida, Miami and others. "I didn't know much about USC until they started writing me and I looked into the program. I saw that it is a tradition-filled program that's on the rise and I like that. I also know that the coaches say they want to establish USC as "Cornerback U" and that's something that appeals to me. I will definitely be taking a visit."
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