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  1. lsucorndog

    lsucorndog Founding Member

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    Dandy Don says he was in attendance and met Saban. He is 6ft3 WR for Mamou. My cousin from mamou was telling me about this kid LAST YEAR! He is a supposed to be a freak.
     
  2. BasileTiger

    BasileTiger Founding Member

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    Savoy

    Savoy is a pretty good athlete that plays against Class A and AA competition. He is 6'3" about 175lbs. Believe me he's not 195lbs. This kid has been starting since his freshman year. He has all the tools to be a wide receiver at the next level. In my opinion he hasn't been pushed. I've watched him play countless times against Basile High, St. Edmund, Iota, and Sacred Heart of Ville Platte. He is a small town kid, who hopefully will play football at the next level. Personally, I just don't see him as a Division I prospect right now. That's just my opinion.
     
  3. conradj

    conradj Founding Member

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    Michigan offered him already.
     
  4. islstl

    islstl Playoff committee is a group of great football men Staff Member

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    Ok I'll sum it up from these previous posts:

    This kid is an unmotivated freak of nature.
     
  5. TigerFan23

    TigerFan23 USMC Tiger

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    Keep in mind that Michael Clayton also came from a school where he played against A and AA competition. He was also the same size I believe. Now, I've never heard of this kid, but anyone who is that size and has been starting since his freshman year must have something going for him.
     
  6. SabanFan

    SabanFan The voice of reason

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    Assuming he'll be a Senior and since he's been playing since he was a Freshman, then that would be 12 times. :wink:
     
  7. JVD

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    LSU & Nike Camp

    LSU measured Savoy @ 6' 2.5" and weighted him in at 196 lbs. at LSU Junior Day.

    Here are some Nike Camp numbers on him.

    Forty = 4.59

    Vertical jump = 37"

    Bench Press = 14 reps of 185 lbs.

    Nike ranks players from 0-10 with a ranking of 8-10 being D1 propects. Savoy received a ranking of 9.
     
  8. JVD

    JVD Freshman

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    I Checked Mamou's schedule on the LHSAA's website. According to thier strength factor, Mamou played the toughest schedule in the state in 2AA last year. Here's some of the teams they played : Bunkie(AAA) 10-0, Iowa (AAA) 9-1, Live Oak (4A) 3-7, Northwest (AAA) 4-6, Iota (AA) 8-2, Pickering (AA) 6-4, Oakdale (AA) 7-3... 7 of their 10 opponents made the playoffs.
     
  9. BasileTiger

    BasileTiger Founding Member

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    NOt downgrading Savoy here but - AAA Northwest is garbage in football. Pickering is a weak AA squad; and 4A Live Oak is a joke!

    Mamou plays in a weak district. Iota and Oakdale are the only competitive teams. Savoy has the physical tools. But he hasn't nearly played to his potential.
     
  10. JVD

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    I am not here to argue with you Basile Tiger, but how can the LHSAA have Mamou listed as #1 in strength factor with a weak schedule. Strength factor takes into account the number of wins by your opponents.
     

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