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Not to shabby.
Do private schools participate in the same classifications as public schools? If so what class would his HS be in? His highlightes do remind me somewhat of a guy who was once at AU and wore jersey #2. Not as big though but he will probably grow some. Looks like he can stay in pocket until forced out and then put some moves on defenders to avoid the sack. Maybe AU will have #5 jersey waiting on him if he proves out to be what our coaches would want. Of course there's that other QB in Montgomery not sure of his name at present who looks good also.
" I do understand the Auburn spirit is real and that it is alive and well."
His high school is currently in the 4a classification of AHSAA.
Video is way overproduced and too much slow motion. Hard to tell if he is really any good or not.
His name is Jeremy Johnson of carver high wolverines in Montgomery, solid 6a program , I think he is around 6'4 240
Dyin' ain't much of a living, boy - you know who
He's for real alright, already has an Auburn offer.
College football recruiting coverage on the Scout.com Network.
"Get in where you fit in." Life is, Too Short TL;DR
The kid is an absolute winner, playing alongside low quality talent leading his team to the best season in about a decade
If any of yall are questioning his athletic ability... he also plays basketball, leads the state in scoring at 27 ppg, threw for 2000 yds with 19 tds and ran for 900 with 14 tds, all coming from a small private school playing against superior talent. he was also on sportscenter last week for the number one play on their top ten plays.
This post was edited by JORDANH 2 years ago
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