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NorthEndZone
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Brazil and Fournette (and other prospects) in LHSAA Indoor Track Championships


Will Brazil break his own record and the all-time LSU Field House record?

Fournette's size/speed ratio is ridiculous!

(Sorry about the formatting. That's how it copied. Go to the link for better readability).


Event 15 Boys 55 Meter Dash Division II =============================================================================== Top 10 Advance by Time Saturday 2/23/2013 - 4:05 PM TOP 10 TIMES ADVANCE TO FINAL FH Composite: 6.20 1987 Rod Richardson, Davidson HS (AL) LA Champ Com: 6.22 2002 Johnathan Wade, Evangel DIV 2 MEET: 6.25 2/18/2012 Jeryl Brazil, Loranger Name Year School Seed relim Time =============================================================================== Heat 1 Prelims 1 Kendall Brandon Oberlin 6.94 2 Peterson Edwards West St. Mar 6.89 3 Michael Gosserand Baker 6.86 4 Enon Thompson North DeSoto 6.77 5 Jeryl Brazil Loranger 6.28 6 Sherman Badie Curtis, John 6.63 7 Joseph Moses Christian Li 6.66 8 Mark Ruffin Franklin 6.82 9 Aurran Cooskie North DeSoto 6.91 10 Tyler Castille Crowley 6.98 Heat 2 Prelims 1 Thomas Gros Ascension Ca 6.94 2 Devin Dixon Southern Lab 6.89 3 Derrick Pate Madison Prep 6.83 4 Damien Williams Franklin 6.76 5 Chris Lewis Lakeside 6.31 6 Richard Allen Curtis, John 6.49 7 Henry Woods Brusly 6.72 8 Christian Walker Glen Oaks 6.82 9 handon etienne Westlake 6.91 10 Miguel Toefield Loranger 6.96 Event 16 Boys 55 Meter Dash Division I =============================================================================== Top 10 Advance by Time Saturday 2/23/2013 - 4:10 PM TOP 10 TIMES ADVANCE TO FINAL FH Composite: 6.20 1987 Rod Richardson, Davidson HS (AL) LA Champ Com: 6.22 2002 Johnathan Wade, Evangel DIV 1 MEET: 6.35 2/19/2011 Trevor Sansone, Central, Bat Name Year School Seed relim Time =============================================================================== Heat 1 Prelims 1 Darius Lipps East St. Joh 6.73 2 Derrius Guice Catholic, Ba 6.68 3 Shyeem Thompson Thibodaux 6.68 4 Sione Palelei East Ascensi 6.57 5 Cory McBride Dutchtown 6.50 6 Hakeem Deggs Plaquemine 6.53 7 Shakier Ryan Northside 6.54 8 Micah Larkins Haughton 6.59 9 Tyler Briley East Ascensi 6.72 10 Michael Flakes Bourgeois, H 6.77 Heat 2 Prelims 1 Ty Shilling Haughton 6.74 2 Dejan Murray St. Augustin 6.72 3 Khalil Thomas Catholic, Ba 6.64 4 Darrell Nettles Istrouma 6.57 5 Sharkieth Beverly Karr, Edna 6.52 6 Jermey Hicks Karr, Edna 6.52 7 Leonard Fournette St. Augustin 6.57 8 Devin Scott West Jeffers 6.63 9 Tevin Johnson Northside 6.72 10 Aaron Jenkins East Jeffers 6.75

Read more: Louisiana LHSAA Indoor State Championships - News - 2013 Heat Sheets - Louisiana LHSAA Indoor State Championships LINK



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Patrick_Bateman
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re: Brazil and Fournette (and other prospects) in LHSAA Indoor Track Championships


There's both a Leonard and a Lanord Fournette? Any relation?


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Sev09
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re: Brazil and Fournette (and other prospects) in LHSAA Indoor Track Championships


Lanord is his little brother. From what I've heard, he might he worth an offer as well.





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Maximus
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Malachi Dupre in the high jump and long jump. Duke Riley in the 55 hurdles and shot put. The CHS and EA RBs in the 55.





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ProjectP2294
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St Louis County
Member since May 2007
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quote:

Jeryl Brazil Loranger 6.28

That's really fast.

quote:

Chris Lewis Lakeside 6.31

That's also really fast. If this kid was just a little bigger, everyone would be on him. I think he's a '14.






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ProjectP2294
Miami (OH) Fan
St Louis County
Member since May 2007
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re: Brazil and Fournette (and other prospects) in LHSAA Indoor Track Championships


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Duke Riley in the 55 hurdles and shot put.

That's Billy Cannon type shite there.






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LSUButt
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Wetville
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Riley running the hurdles as a linebacker? Dang





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Lester Earl
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thats 2a for ya





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OBUDan
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Chicago
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re: Brazil and Fournette (and other prospects) in LHSAA Indoor Track Championships


So Fournette is just as fast as Palelei at over 30 pounds more.





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BayouRat15
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Lf runs 6.57 in 55m. Any guess for a forty yard dash time? 4.5?





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oauron
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thats 2a for ya



2A has put up faster times at the top than 3A and 4A the last few indoor state meets. I know my brother's relay team (2A) would have medaled in the 4x200 in 5A last year.






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lurker124
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Lf runs 6.57 in 55m. Any guess for a forty yard dash time? 4.5?


I don't know what that translates to mathematically, but I've watched all of his film and I would say with confidence that he's at least a true 4.4 guy...also, keep in mind that one of the 247 guys relates him to A peterson...so I'd assume he's definitely faster than 4.5



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stewie
Member since Jan 2006
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A true 4.5 as a junior in high school, w/o high level training is flat amazing.

Natural speed.






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peopleschamp
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Baton Rouge
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So Fournette is just as fast as Palelei at over 30 pounds more.

That number is 40 pounds plus more than him.






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boxcar willie
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kenner
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That number is 40 pounds plus more than him.


someone on here who knows Palelei says he is up to 195 now. Palelei's quickness and ability to change direction is incredible.






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sportsfan
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Malachi Dupree just won the Div II high jump and long jump!





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Cincinnati Bowtie
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Palelei is weighing 197. LF is NOT 40lbs heavier. That's ridiculous.





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smash williams
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Isn't Derrius Guice around 200 lbs also?





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Cincinnati Bowtie
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Think Guice is a little lighter, but he's only a Sophomore. He'll be bigger.





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Lester Earl
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quote:

2A has put up faster times at the top than 3A and 4A the last few indoor state meets


im not saying they dont have fast kids

im talking about the ability to cross over from sprints to field event is something that is not successfully done at the 5a level






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