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Recruiting Info: ESPN Piece On WR Malachi Dupre

Steve Dykes-USA TODAY Sports
John Curtis wide receiver Malachi Dupre is one of the nation's top recruits this year and is the #1 ranked WR in the class. Dupre is being recruiting by LSU, Alabama, Florida State and UCLA and will be announcing his decision on national signing day on Feb. 5th. Here is an ESPN article about the talented receiver from New Orleans.
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Dupre has gone from a relative unknown as an underclassman to the top of the rankings at his position.

It’s even more impressive considering his high school, John Curtis Christian, is primarily a running team in a day and age when high school receivers are putting up monster statistics in spread offenses.

The sure-handed wide receiver, who runs a 4.58-laser-timed 40-yard dash, takes another route when looking at his rise.

Though his stat sheet pales in comparison to others, he understands the program he been a part of has helped shape him.

“The offseason preparation and mental toughness that we have to go through at Curtis definitely helps prepare me,” Dupre said. “College coaches, when they come through and talk to me, say Curtis practices are the closest thing to a college-level practice they have seen. ... I knew the talent I had, and it’s more than stats and catches.”
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slackhouse - 7 months ago
i wasn't making a joke.
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Ignignot - 7 months ago
OMG thats the first time anyone's made that joke!!
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slackhouse - 7 months ago
Bama lock.
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