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1.04.2018

Very Random High School Football Post




Good lord. This reminds me of Marcus Dupree's high school highlights that were shown on 30 for 30.

He is Devonte Lee out of Oklahoma City. And you know what's crazy? He is rated as only a 2 star recruit and only has one offer and it's from the University of Nevada.

11 comments:

Anonymous said...

It's not crazy. He's playing in a hotbed market for talent...and recruiters aren't stupid...he's 2 star for a reason.

Anonymous said...

Probably can't pass the SAT. Looks like a very small town, or maybe he's been recruited into a TAPPS league, so he looks like a badass but he's really just rolling over kids whose parents send their little sissy kids to a "Christian" school to try and Jesus the gay out of them.

Anonymous said...

"to try and Jesus the gay out of them" is the funniest thing I've read on the Internet today. Well done, sir/ma'am!

Anonymous said...

@ 10:06 - Boy! I bet you're a joy to be around. I'm sorry that someone hurt you growing up, but it's time to get over it. God bless and have a better life!

Anonymous said...

An excellent demonstration of Newton's 2nd Law.

DF Richard Feynman

Anonymous said...

He's listed as 5'10", 215

Triple Fake... said...

the kid doesn't play in TAPPS. Goes to a public school. And he's listed variously between 215-220lbs and 5'10". So it's not an illusion, he really is stoutly built

Anonymous said...

11:34, thanks man. The sir/ma'am depends on who you ask around here, although I do believe I'm supposed to ask if you want fries with that.

11:37, Not hurt at all. Just know small-town and TAPPS football. I am pretty fun at parties, though.

Rage

Anonymous said...

Wow. At first he doesn't look fast but then he leaves every DB behind.

Anonymous said...

It is a public school, his school was the top ranked team in that division. For reference though, the 10th ranked team in that division lost 16-7 to Trinity Valley School in Fort Worth. He had other offers to pretty good football schools like Central Michigan. I hope he does well, fun to watch, but he won't have a size or speed advantage at the next level.

Anonymous said...

No such thing as a "hidden gem" in mid-level high school football in a relatively talent rich environment like Oklahoma. You can bet the house that a LOT of major programs knew about this guy, yet none made an offer. There's a reason; whether it's because he won't be able to bowl over people with that style for very long in big college ball, or some other unseen reason.