When talking about the massive hits 230 pound LB Keith Brown made and how he earned his knick name, his High School Coach, Daryle Heidelburg communicated: "He has always been an aggressive hitter ---ALWAYS! ….
He got his nickname "Bam" all the way back in Little League." Well we wont be able to see this for a month.
When University High School in Fort Lauderdale Florida Coach Daniel Luque described Louisvilles biggest player, his 65" 352 pound protégée Abraham "Nacho" Garcia thusly: "Nacho is the best Offensive Lineman at this level that I have ever seen . he will probably be a left tackle as he moves his feet very well for his size …. he is physically very strong .
Id say his main strength is he can run block --- he is a tank on the ground and can get people out of there … and he is as good pass blocker as you can get as shown by last year when he didnt give up one sack." Well we wont be able to see this for a month.
BAM, Tanks, Angry Bulls, etc. I feel euphoric --- unfortunately, well have to wait for another month to see about what theseCoaches have describedasthere is not any game-like contact in these two practices. Its almost like taunting a kid with candy and then eating it in front of him only its you and me doing the.