August 4, 2009
Clay Takes his Talent on the Road
Every year high school football players from across the country become more and more familiar with one another. Events like the Gridiron Kings 7-on-7 last week helped some of the nation's elite prospects come together and get a feel for just what football is like in other areas of the country.
Oklahoma commitment Brennan Clay was one such player who had a chance to size up what college might be like with teams chalked full of the best of the best in high school football.
Interestingly the San Diego Scripps Ranch four-star running back noticed a few trends among the teams that were split up into the regions they hailed from.
"I definitely noticed that obviously the Texas and Southwest region they were thicker, bigger, 6-foot-1, 6-foot-2, they had more of the linebacker stacked size," Clay said. "I believe the Northeast team, they were shorter, stockier with a little bit of speed.
"Then coming to the Southeast team, they were more lanky, with a lot of speed. With our squad we were kind of in between, we are bigger type kids but we have a lot of speed as well, it played out well."
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