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2023 FL RB Sedrick Irvin Jr is Irish


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I’ll take it!  He has offers from the top running back U schools. So that’s a plus. Even if we have a bundle of running backs. Not all pan out.  Williams may be gone next year. Who knows if C’Bo will see the field again. That leaves a lot of unproven for the few years. Load up that depth. 
welcome aboard Mr. Irvin!

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247 Composite: 4-star, #177 overall, #8 RB

247: 4-star, #205 overall, #9 RB

Rivals: 4-star, #81 overall, #4 RB

Offers: Alabama, Arizona State, Duke, Florida, Florida State, Georgia, Georgia Tech, Louisville, Miami, Michigan, Michigan State, Mississippi, Mississippi State, Nebraska, Oregon, Penn State, South Carolina, Stanford, Syracuse, Tennessee, Virginia Tech, West Virginia

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8 hours ago, tneun89 said:

247 Composite: 4-star, #177 overall, #8 RB

247: 4-star, #205 overall, #9 RB

Rivals: 4-star, #81 overall, #4 RB

Offers: Alabama, Arizona State, Duke, Florida, Florida State, Georgia, Georgia Tech, Louisville, Miami, Michigan, Michigan State, Mississippi, Mississippi State, Nebraska, Oregon, Penn State, South Carolina, Stanford, Syracuse, Tennessee, Virginia Tech, West Virginia

Great to see ND get a kid with that type of offer list. 

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Jamie's freebie is worth a read. I think he's making a little too much about his size though. He's a junior already pushing 190, and will likely add 5-10lbs before he shows up in two years.

He's already chiseled (see below pic), so the weight he adds will likely be pure power. He runs track too, so it's not out of the question that his top end speed improves as well. 

Here's a pic of him, and also the 247 profile....

"The type of running back that can do a little bit of everything. Has spent the past three years making a difference at one of the top private schools in the Miami metro. A patient runner with superb vision that doesn’t try to do too much. Quick out of the chute and more than capable of beating a defender to the edge. Soft hands make him more than just the occasional check-down option as he can generate big gains when he gets the ball on both screen and swing passes. Shouldn’t be viewed as much of a power back at this stage in his development, but is already pushing 190 pounds and has shown on Fridays that he can pick up yards after contact. Posted above-average testing numbers the spring before his junior season. Lateral quickness shows up on tape with his swift cuts.

Could probably improve top-end speed a bit, but not exactly slow. Has experience working out of a variety of different formations, which is certainly valuable. Will likely need a few years to adjust to the college game, but has the skillset to emerge as a contributor at the Power 5 level. Might carve out a role early on in his career as a third-down back of sorts given ability to impact the passing game."

 

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