RB-Tyler Sash

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  1. voice

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    White RB given scholarship at Iowa. Here is ESPN write-up

    Tyler Sash
    RB | 6'1" 185

    Hometown: Oskaloosa, IA
    School: Oskaloosa High School
    Region: MidWestStatus: Verbal
    School: Iowa

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    Last Updated: 8/21/2006 Data provided by Scouts, Inc.

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    Scouts Grade: 69
    Position Rank: RB #165
    Considered: 1-Iowa , 2-Iowa State , 3-Kansas , 4-Wisconsin

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    Evaluation: Sash is a guy you admire because he may not have the physical tools of others at the position, but he has great awareness, plays wtih an overacheiver element to him and a great motor. He has adequate size and will certainly fill out. He runs really well and has a nose for the ball as a free safety who keys the quarterback from centerfield. He shows good sideline-to-sideline range and anticipates routes nicely. He fills the lane in run support and will insert with solid closing speed to the ball. He plays physical, but doesn't have the build to necessarily back it up. Shows good tackling ability in the open field. He has great hands and ball skills and knows what to do when the ball is in the air. Will go up and compete on jump balls and is a bit of a playmaker in the secondary. However, Sash is not overly smooth and fluid as an athlete and may not be a guy you want in a lot of man coverage alignments. He lacks the burst and acceleration to recover against top competition if caught out of position. Overall, Sash could become a special teams demon as a cover player and will certainly add spark to a defense.
     
  2. voice

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    Overall, Sash could become a special teams demon as a cover player and will certainly add spark to a defense.

    Jesus H..that is right out the caste notebook!
     
  3. devans

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    Wow - how much caste stereotypical crap can you get into one paragraph. Let's see...
    <UL>
    <LI>No physical tools</LI>
    <LI>awareness</LI>
    <LI>great motor</LI>
    <LI>overachiever</LI>
    <LI>anticipates well</LI>
    <LI>not fluid</LI>
    <LI>not good at man to man coverage</LI>
    <LI>no burst or acceleration</LI>
    <LI>special teams deamon</LI>
    <LI>adds a spark</LI>[/list]


    Can you guess the ethnicity from the above description? No prizes.


    This is like something submitted by someone from this forum as a joke or to make a point.
     
  4. whiteCB

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    Gotta love those Scouts Inc. bastards! I swear its like they have a book for white players by position. They don't even evaluate the guys on film they just look at what position they play and then write up your typical caste description.
     

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