I agree with everything you say except blaming the EHS coaches.
I'm not saying he was poorly coached perhaps in the manner you think. Maybe not coached to his potential. I saw many EHS games and you can ask anyone how under utilized the kid was.
Using his body alone he could have physically dominated games. You get the ball in the hands of your best player as much as you can. They gave him a few go routes every game. I was there for every game. I'm making the point to say that a program like LSU could give him better instruction on how to play TE than EHS did. He has a better future as a TE than he does as a basketball player.
This post was edited on 9/18 at 2:06 pm