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Top Prospect Fullback discontinues Rugby and back on the recruiting boards.

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Top fullback from GA class of 2010 discontinues Rugby at Georgia Southern University and decides to get back to football. With 4 years of NCAA eligibility, and 2 years of D1-AA Rugby Powerhouse experience is back on the recruiting boards.


John Lee
5 FT 8 IN
215 LBS

This player coming out of high school is looked at as a Division 1-AA/Division 2 prospect, turning down all offers to continue his academics at GSU and to play Rugby, but after two years of Rugby this prospect has become a explosive power runner. Each carry he runs through defenders with his low center of gravity, tree trunk thighs, and quick agile moves. Benching over 300lbs, Squatting over 500lbs, this player has transformed into a explosive prospect and will make a great power back.

PROS: Explosive, Power, Finishing the run, Blocking skills.
CONS: Height is a bit shy for the SEC, His speed is still a 4.77


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