National Underclassmen Combine Part 2: Day 2 notes and video

Day 2 of the National Underclassmen Combine at Matawaan Regional High School (UM recruit Andre Hodges school) held some of the 2011 kids from around the Tri-State area.  Even through the chill and the rain the player turnout was well. 

~~The most high profile recruit that was in attendanec was East Stroudburg PA CB Kyshoen Jarrett.  Kyshoen holds over a dozen Div 1 offers.  MSZ interview with Kyshoen

What set him apart from the rest of the pack was his speed (great recovery speed) mechanics and footwork.  At the NUC Kyshoen ran a 4.6, 40 (on slippery turf), 27" vertical, and did 17 reps of 185 lbs on the bench.  He was named "Combine King" at the event

~~The only real WR talent that could go against Kyshoen was Northeast HS, WR Rashaun Sligh.  MSZ profile    Rashaun is a big and physical reciever with reliable hands.  He has been recieving a lot of letters and interest from Michigan State, Michigan, Notre Dame and other D-1 schools.  Rashaun and Kyshoen battled all-day.  There was a noticeable talent gap when the two werent facing each other. That gap closed when they went against one another numerous times. 

Interview with Northeast HS WR Rashaun Sligh

Some extra notes from the NUC:
~O-Line MVP went to Andrew Lockhart from  St. Augustine Prep
~D-Line MVP was shared between two players
     1.  Tim Goodwin from Holy Spirit High
     2.  Arrod Jennings from NewMilford HS
~WR MVP was Ryan Taylor from St. Marks HS, Deleware

For more information on National Underclassmen Combine or to register please visit their website at http://nationalunderclassmen.com/


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