2011 FS T.K. Fleming

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  1. bhelmLSU

    bhelmLSU Founding Member Staff Member

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    IMO one of the best athletes in the state out of Benton, LA was offered by LSU today. LSU will be in the driver's seat and has already met with the coaches and track coaches during the Spring Game. Won titles in the high jump and triple jump and also competes in the long jump and 100M where his best time is a 10.9.

    Holds offers from Arky, Louisville, Miss St., Nebraska, Okie St., Oregon, Tenn, UCLA, SMU,USM, etc... Okie St. is offering him as a RB.

    6'3
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  2. LSUMASTERMIND

    LSUMASTERMIND Founding Member

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    Heard about this kid from a family member on my moms side, she is from Benton. Certainly looks the part.
     
  3. tigerfan1974

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    Great news, Kid is a beast. :geaux:
     
  4. deuce985

    deuce985 Founding Member

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    From TD.com, he got arrested for giving a kid a major concussion:

    KTBS 3 News | Shreveport, LA: ArkLaTex News - High School Football Star Arrested for Battery

    Posted: May 24, 2010 2:34 PM
    Updated: May 24, 2010 3:01 PM
    T.K. Fleming, a two-sport standout at Benton High School in Bossier Parish, has been arrested for hitting a teenager during a field party in what investigators said was a random attack.

    Caddo Parish sheriff's deputies, who arrested Fleming on Friday, said the 16-year-old who was hit suffered a severe concussion.

    Sheriff's deputies said the victim was randomly attacked April 10 during a party in a field off Bert Kouns Industrial Loop. Deputies said witnesses told them Fleming showed up at the party looking to fight one particular person.

    That person wasn't there, deputies said, so the 16-year-old was picked at random to fight. He was hit in the mouth and kicked several times in the head, deputies said.

    Fleming and the 16-year-old did not know each other, deputies said.

    The 16-year-old went home with a friend after the party, deputies said. He went to the hospital the following day, where he was diagnosed with a severe concussion, deputies said.

    Fleming, 18, of Benton, was booked on a charge of second-degree battery. He was jailed at Caddo Correctional Center on Monday under $75,000 bond.

    Fleming, who will be a senior next year, was a standout defensive back in football and a track star at Benton High School. He has been recruited by LSU.

    Benton head football coach Caleb Guidry declined comment on Fleming's arrest pending resolution of the case.
     
  5. bhelmLSU

    bhelmLSU Founding Member Staff Member

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    Jumping someone and kicking in the head is just wrong. Dirty...:dis:
     
  6. stevescookin

    stevescookin Certified Who Dat

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    ...next...
     
  7. houtiger

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    Yeah, 25 schollies don't leave room for mistakes. Let's move on.
     
  8. tigerfan1974

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    LITERALLY
     
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    Unbelievable. Does this kid not know what he just threw away? I hope his offer gets pulled quick.
     
  10. Bengal Buddy

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    Will they never learn?
     

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