Thursday, June 10, 2010

SACRAMENTO, CA 11th grade NUC Schuman’s Outstanding Performance List

SACRAMENTO, CA 11th grade NUC Schuman’s Outstanding Performance List
Sam Atoe
Maria Carrillo HS, CA
RB #66
Atoe was the Overall MVP and Strongest Man award winner. A return standout at 5'10 202, Atoe had a 35 inch vertical, 8'6 broad jump, ran a 4.36 shuttle, bench pressed 185 lbs 21 times and displayed great feet along with good hands during 1 on 1's.
Doug Blacksill
Liberty HS, CA
OL #83
Blacksill won the OL MVP award. A tower of terror at 6'4 249, Blacksill had surprising quickness, running a 4.50 shuttle, bench pressed 185 lbs 17 times, had great hand placement, a good punch and awesome footwork.
Ikaika Woolsey
Salesian HS, CA
QB #30
Woolsey, 6'0 192, was the QB MVP award winner. Woolsey jumped 8'10 in the broad, ran a 4.62 shuttle, threw a good ball, had nice footwork and is patient with the football.
Aaron Terrell-Byrd
Christian Brothers HS, CA
RB #51
Terrell-Byrd's surname was unquestionably a perfect fit, as this 5'3.5 160 lb running back can fly. Terrell-Byrd ran a 4.41 shuttle, 4.49 40, had a 31.5 inch vertical, great feet and exceptional hands, earning himself the RB MVP.
Brandon Grant
Vintage HS, CA
WR #68
Grant, 6'2.5 168, won the WR MVP award. He had a 9'2 broad jump, ran a 4.15 shuttle, was quick on his feet, runs nice routes and made multiple impressive grabs.
Raul Lozano
Yuba City HS, CA
CB #81
Lozano brought home the DB MVP after fighting tooth and nail with the offense throughout the 1 on 1's. Lozano had great ball awareness, good jamming ability and is coachable. From an athletic standpoint
Kaikoa Oyao
Sheldon HS, CA
RB #56
Kaioka "King" Oyao; doesn't that sound good? At 5'6 152, Oyao earned the Combine King award after slaughtering the stat sheets with his 31 inch vertical, 9'6 broad jump, 4.33 shuttle and 4.55 40.
Seamus Finnegan
Monte Vista HS, CA
QB #97
Finnegan, 6'0 193, won the Leadership award. Finnegan did a great job of controlling the offense during 1 on 1's, worked hard throughout the combine and was vocal. Athletically, Finnegan was also a breadwinner, with an 8'5 broad jump and 4.33 shuttle run adding just that much more to his successful day.
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