Julian Patton is already hearing from a number of schools throughout the southeast region. The 2009 Northwestern wide receiver is one of a number of Trojans getting heavy college interest in their 2009 class.
Patton has good size at 6'1 179 pounds and displayed some of his talents at the Under Armour/Scout.com combine in Charlotte last spring. As previously reported the practice fields at the Carolina Panthers facilities were extremely slow but that didn't hamper Patton as he blazed his way to a 4.59 second time in the 40 yard dash.
Keep in mind that Patton is one of 4 players for the Trojans on offense who are getting recruited by D1 schools so they are sharing touches. We have just acquired highlights of Patton in action from the first 4 or 5 games of his senior season so be sure to check back with SCPrepNation.com to see Patton in action.
Inside The Numbers...Julian Patton
27 catches 340 yards 5 touchdowns
SCPrepNation.com Total Access Pass (TAP) premium subscribers can check out Patton in action below from his junior season a year ago by clicking the link below.
Junior Year Highlights
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