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Christian Mccaffrey's tape is sick.
Bro like no way?!? Not a lot of them are 11 straight minutes of all TDs all while never getting tackled once.
This post was edited by Wbolin999 10 months ago
Adrian Petersons lol...
Low key great highlight tapes, a couple of Warren Harding alums in Mario Manningham and Maurice Clarett. They were unstoppable in high school.
Best I've ever seen is Clowney's HS tape though
Clowney, AP, Devine, and Austin.
Fournette's tape is unreal. Ap 2.0
Favorite HAS to be Norfleet's though when he jukes the out of the kid at the 1:25 mark.
Detroit King Football #21 Dennis Norfleet Senior Highlights
This post was edited by Kyle R 10 months ago
My highlight tape was the best ever until someone recorded over it with reruns of The Golden Girls...boy was Lloyd Carr upset at first when he got that but called and said my pad level was too high, but he enjoyed the highlights and thanks but no thanks. I could only thank him for being a friend
Jeff Luc was a bulldozer in his highlights, while Craig Loston was an absolute missile in his as it was effortless. Russell Sheppard, Barry Sanders Jr. and Dee Hart all also had some great highlight tape.
Edit: Add Jelani Jenkins!!
This post was edited by BlackSmoke 10 months ago
Many forget his name but he had the illest highlight tape ever.
DatBull 4 Lyfe
I mostly just watch UM targets and I have only been following recruiting for about 6 years so my database, as it were, is somewhat small but, yeah, Tavon Austin is the best film I have ever seen. I was really disappointed when he ended up at WVU instead of UM.
I thought RR pursued him pretty hard and he just ended up liking WVU better...for whatever reason. Perhaps my memory of his recruitment is faulty.
(NOTE: Jabrill Peppers is the best film I have ever seen for anyone who has committed to UM and I am d*mn excited to see what he can do in the winged helmet. Sam McGuffie was the best UM commit I had seen until Peppers but I had a fear, easy to say in hindsight I know, that he might not make the transition from HS to college particularly well.)
You mean G-Reg?
I've yet to see a better one than Barry Sanders himself as a 17-18 year old in high school. Enjoy!
Barry Sanders in high school at Wichita North...
This post was edited by johnzo19 10 months ago
Manningham's highlights were seriously great.
Reggie Bush,Maurice Clarett,Tavon Austin
Fournette is sick, but I don't think it's fair to call him AP 2.0. Both are big, physical backs with moves and home run speed, but Peterson was such an explosive cutter. If SPARQ rating had been around I'm pretty sure he would have broken their scale.
Love Fournette, but IMO AP has no peers.
I put that on the blue board a couple days ago and I guess I didn't copy Clowney's video right. But what's done is done.
What's ya name? G-reg
This post was edited by mac1992 10 months ago
Here's the Clowney video I meant to post
AP does have no peers, you're right. But to call him the best back SINCE AP isn't a big stretch, IMO.
I just watched Clowney's last night for the first time. He wins by a country mile for me. I didn't know he ran like a pass-catching TE.
I don't disagree, but to me 2.0 means new and improved.
Roc Thomas for me....no doubt
"Those Who Stay...Will be Champions"
Clowney played MEH competition, but still........that doesn't even matter haha. Especially since he is still dominating the college game.
For any of you guys that didn't see the ESPN 30 for 30 "The Best That Never Was" on Marcus Dupree, you should check this out (10:00-15:00 mark for his high school highlights). One of my favorites to watch. Teams stopped kicking off to him because he would bring it back every time. So when they would squib it, his teammates would pick the ball up run it backwards and pitch it to him haha
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