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Up to four stars 90) and the No. 14 running back nationally for the 2014 cycle. Gerry Hamilton, our lead evaluator, was impressed with his junior film and the way he can run the football.
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That's great news. It seems early Hokie commits are usually penalized by the recruiting sites.
congrats huge jump. He is also in the top 247 national.
In this case, the film doesn't lie. Powerful back with great vision.
Did he play LB this year? He was s beast as a soph
Awesome. I love how 247 re-evaluates players when needed. Ensures accuracy. Even if that meant moving a VT commit down, I just want accurate (not an exact science) rankings. Also, can't wait to see Marshawn's 2012 film! Is that expected to be posted soon? Thanks for all your hard work JC, CZY and Co!
Also putting up great numbers against top competition.
Not often the times I saw him play fwiw
I was impressed by his vision, and some quick and powerful cuts he made in between the tackles.
Really like this kid as a one back/ace, red zone and change of pace big back.
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Wait... You mean we don't have to run the QB every time?
Good news, I have been saying this guy is a stud all season. Its crazy because there are so many players in the 757 and other parts of VA that want to be a Hokie! Focus and enjoy the guys that want to play at Tech. This young man is a stud! Wait until next year, trust me.
I think we finally have one in 247 that does not...
IMO Williams is physically ready to play in college, or very close to it
He seems like a good ray rice comparison.
He's listed at 5'11", 200 pounds. Just curious if that is accurate
He is around 5'10"-11" in tennis shoes. He is every bit 200lbs.
Amazed Harrison isn't higher, but happy of he can fly under the radar as long as possible
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