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247Sports is at the Alamodome in San Antonio for the U.S. Army National Combine.
A few content highlights from Thursday:
Best of Army practice: Defense
Best of Army practice: Offense
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The first group of players is currently going thru warm ups.
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One notable name on the roster- 2015 WR Cordell Broadus, son of the artist formerly known as Snoop Doggy Dogg.
Some Central PA Boys down there, Chase Edmonds (Central Dauphin East), John Ford (Red Land), and Robert Martin (Harrisburg)- best of the bunch. All running backs.
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2015 RB Damien Harris 4.2 shuttle. Michigan is his early leader. Also likes Ohio State.
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2015 CB John Reid out of Philly St. Joe's Prep has offers from Boston College, Colorado, UCF, Rutgers and Maryland.
Checked in at 5-10, 172.
Loves ND, Ohio State and SEC schools according to his father.
This morning is testing at the Army combine. We won't really get going until about 1 pm
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DE Solomon Thomas is the biggest name from TX here. I'm really looking forward to seeing RB Samaje Perine though. Also want to see OK qb David Cornwell
Virginia Tech 2014 commit Xavier Burke in the house. Impressive size. Could play TE/DE in Blacksburg.
Fort Wayne (IN) North Side 2014 ATH Donovan Clark is down here. One of the top prospects in the state, he'll work out at CB here.
Tennessee legacy, four-star LB Dillon Bates is here. The Vols currently lead Notre Dame and Ohio State among others.
I've seen John Curtis (LA) CB Terrance Alexander several times now and he's strong and fast. Physical in coverage. Houston Lamar 4-star DB John Bonney also has the potential to be mentioned with the top DB group in TX next year.
Not a lot of action right now as they test and data is collected.
TCU WR commit Emmanuel Porter played his first year of football this year. TCU offered on his athleticism from bball
Top 100 QB Brandon Dawkins is another I'm looking forward to seeing in that position group. Luke Ward from Tennessee and Brandon Wimbush (2015) from St. Peters in New Jersey are a few others of note.
Hyattsville (Md.) DeMatha 2014 WR Jarriel Jordan will attend upcoming junior days at Boston College and Temple per his father. Duke and Georgia Tech have recently upped the interest.
Pflugerville (Texas) Hendrickson RB Samaje Perine is here and looks good physically- injured knee as a sophomore but looks full strength.
RB Jarvion Franklin from Andrews High School in the Chicago area is one of the bigger RB's here.
Spent some time with the coaching staff at Lake City (Fla.) Columbia. Standout 2014 DB Trey Marshall has Alabama, Florida State, South Florida, Tennessee and LSU in his lead group.
Ole Miss lean D.K. Buford looked fast running the 40- he has a longer frame than you'd think- long arms, etc.
Iwouldnt read much into it but passing it along. Solomon Thomas' father is wearing a Stanford sweatshirt
Coppel (Tx.) High blue-chip DE Solomon Thomas high on schools like UCLA, Notre Dame and Stanford. His father wearing Stanford sweatshirt.
2015 RB Damien Harris told by staff he has ran the fastest 40 time of the day thus far. His coach had him at 4.38. We'll see what the laser had him at later. Michigan, Ohio State, Tennessee offers among others.
Hoping Cornwell shows out today
Carmel (IN) High 2014 DT Vic Roe looking bigger every time I see him. Says Maryland and Indiana junior days are probable. Thinks Ball State could be first to offer.
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