Frank Gore School: Miami-Fl
Ht: 5-9.5 Wt: 212 40: 4.62 Year: 4Jr
Bio: Second team all-conference choice as a
junior after posting 172/865/8 on the ground,
adding 10/106 as a pass catcher. Recipient of
the ACC's Brian Piccolo Award, given annually to
the league's most courageous player. Suffered
a season-ending knee injury five games into his
Positives: Well-built, elusive
ball carrier with terrific football intangibles.
Possesses outstanding field vision. Follows
blocks, finds the running lanes and a quickfooted
back who bounces it around piles or
makes defenders miss. Quickly picks up blitzes
and pass-blocking assignments.
fumbling problems as a junior. Not a strong
ball carrier who picks up a lot of yardage off
initial contact. Did not seem as fast, instinctive
or explosive last season coming off his second
Analysis: When healthy and at
full speed, Gore is a ball carrier who can be a
team's feature runner and three-down player.
Possesses both the physical and mental makeup
for the next level.
Prospect Profile: Frank Gore
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