Video Breakdown Of Petaluma Casa Grande's Ray McClintock

 

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Tale Of The Tape: Ray McClintock

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Bio: Ray McClintock

 

Size: 6'2 260

 

Positions: Offensive Tackle, Defensive Tackle

 

Jr. Stats: 40 tackles, 2 sacs, 1 fumble recovery.  1st team All Sonoma County League.  First Team All Empire.

 

Self Reported Lift Totals: 370 Bench, 500 Squat, 5.0 forty yard dash.

 

Currently Ray holds a 2.83 GPA and scored 1500 on his SAT.  Ray has been contacted by Stanford, Oregon State, Alabama State and Washington State but as of now has been given no offers.

 

Tape Type:  Team highlight tape and game tape footage.


Breakdown:  Offensively, Ray plays right tackle for the Gauchos.  In that position Ray shows good agility with his ability to pull and get down field to get a piece at the second level. Defensively, Ray plays tackle and it is at this position where Ray shines.  He has the strength to take on double teams very well but more impressively after the initial push, Ray has the ability to get off blocks to get a piece of or make tackles.  Ray also has a nice initial burst to get penetration or get up field to collapse the pocket.  Ray has enough speed to pursue down the line and get in on plays away from him.

 

Bottom Line: Ray is a good high school offensive lineman but due to his 6'2 size projects as a defensive tackle at the next level.   At defensive tackle, Ray has a nice mix of versatility, strength and agility that may attract D-1 attention.  With a bench of 370 and a squat of over 500, Ray has the necessary power to go to the next level but will need to play lower with better leverage when he takes on players as strong or stronger than him.  Ray is currently working with a speed trainer and hopes to get his 40 time into the 4.9 range by the Stanford combine.  If he can do this and continue to bring his times down, he could make an every down defensive tackle who can both plug the run and get pressure on the QB.

 

 

Coaches and parents send tapes to:

PrepCA.com

7000 N 16th Street

Suite 120 #458

Phoenix, Arizona 85020


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