January 21, 2018

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A Look in to the Future: Rosepine Eagles

This year at LGF, we will be taking a look at the senior class of some Louisiana high schools and taking a look at their potential to play at the next level. This is a scouting report based solely on our expertise. Categories for each position are measured on a 1-10 scale, with 10 being well above average and 1 being well below average. We will start with the Rosepine Eagles, alma mater of Coach Andy, and see how their senior class is looking so far this season.

 

Alexander Pope WR 5-9 155lbs

http://www.hudl.com/profile/6676129/alexander-pope

Hands 8

Route Running 7

Speed 8

Agility 9

Size 5

Blocking 7

 

Average route runner and average hands. Good strength for size and solid blocking technique. Does not have elite speed but has the quickness/agility to be a weapon in the return game. Future Outlook: D3 receiver, D2 return specialist.

 

Dylan Callaway LB 5-8 180lbs

http://www.hudl.com/profile/6125418/dylan-callaway

Size 6

Tackling 9

Pass coverage 7

Athleticism/Change of Direction 7

Play recognition 8

 

Smart. One of the leaders of the defense and sets the tone. Able to recognize player keys and diagnose plays. Undersized for linebacker but I could see a move to safety at the next level. Special teams play is a bonus and necessary. Future Outlook: D3 safety/special teams player.

 

Matt Williams LB

http://www.hudl.com/profile/6192568/matt-williams

Size 6  

Tackling 9

Pass Coverage 7

Athleticism/Change of direction 7

Play recognition 8

 

Good blitzer/speed rusher of the edge. Can set the edge when needed. Special teams player/role player. Needs to get stronger. Future Outlook: D3 Special teams

 

Paddy Briar MLB 5-10 182bs

http://www.hudl.com/profile/9829278/paddy-briar

Size 7.5 

Tackling 7

Pass Coverage 6

Athleticism/Change of Direction 6.5

Play Recognition 9

 

Sure tackler. Downhill linebacker when he is at his best and consistently meets the running back in the hole at the line of scrimmage. Able to compensate for lack of athleticism with smart play recognition. Good in pass coverage. Possible safety down the line if he does not get bigger? Future Outlook: D3 linebacker

 

Payton Williamson OL 6-2 260lbs

http://www.hudl.com/profile/6192604/payton-williamson

Athleticism 7 

Technique 5

Pass blocking 7

Run blocking 8

Strength 9

 

Big and Strong at point of attack. Able to create holes and moves defenders when he gets his hands on them. Technique needs work, especially hand placement. Athletic enough to play OG or OT. Future outlook: D2/D3 lineman with the right coaching.

 

Nick Nelson DE 6-2 245lbs

http://www.hudl.com/profile/6192588/nick-nelson

Athleticism/agility 6

Strength 9

Technique 7

Shed blockers 9

 

Big kid and able to beat most tackles at his level. Tight hips when turning the corner. Would like to see him at the 3 or 5-technique in a 3-4 defense. Needs consistency but can be a player in the right scheme/fit. Future Outlook: D3 D-lineman.

 

Cameron McCallon S 6-1 185lbs

http://www.hudl.com/profile/10098511/cameron-mccallon

Athleticsim 8 

Strength 7

Play Recognition 7

Pass defense 7

Run defense 7

 

Good size for a safety. Able to come down to play in box against the run and also play deep safety against the pass. Decent speed. Takes good angles when pursuing the ball. Play recognition should come with more reps. Future Outlook: D2 safety in right scheme.

Players with no film:

Kaleb Clause

Josh Floyd

Maison Roberts

Kolton Bowers

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