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Scout Trout Prospect Interviews With Gene Tapia (2017 OL) and Caleb Johnson (OH)

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Caleb Johnson's Scout Trout Report 

Caleb Johnson is an outstanding student athlete and has received national interest. So far from Wooster, Concordia, Youngstown State, Wittenberg, Richmond, Akron, Allegheny, Ashland, Tiffin, Capital, Lyons, Otterbein, Bowling Green, Grove City, Wilmington, Earlham, Kent State, Wright State, Washington Jefferson, Flagler, Buffalo State, Mount St. Joseph, Trine, Geneva, Arkansas State, Norwich, Kentucky, Notre Dame (OH), Heidelberg and Benedictine! Caleb recently just visited Heidelberg, Washington Jefferson, Oberlin, Otterbein, Marietta, Mount St.Joseph and had a stellar camp at Liberty University. I got the pleasure to watch Caleb Johnson in person at my Scout Trout Ohio Regional, and man, did he have  cannon for a arm. Caleb has been working extremely hard on his mechanics, and as you can see in his tape, he knows how to engage his torso in his rocket throws. Caleb has a very impressive combine and was able to throw up 185 pounds on bench press, 18 times!

Gene Tapia 

Gene Tapia is a very athletic linemen, that has no problem getting to the second level and finishing blocks! Gene fires off the ball extremely well and drives defenders back at least 3-4 yards, on run blocking schemes. Gene is able to keep his feet moving extremely well, which creates gaping holes for his backs to run through. Tapia is seen CAVING the inside gaps down and is able to completely wall off defenders. This young man is one of the most technically  sound linemen I have seen so far and has the frame to match. When you are this big and can move this well, you can begin to see why this young man is going to be a outstanding College Football player! I love his attitude and work ethic, as he believes he can accomplish anything through hard work and dedication. Lehman was able to win their first ever State Championship this season and this big dancing linemen had a whole lot to do with it!

 

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