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Will play football and wrestle.
This post was edited by Justin6 13 months ago
watched his highlight tape, hits hard.....moved a little better than i thought from a run-on - time will tell if he can be a solid backup or provide special teams help
ha, wouldn't that be nice, attached is his highlight tape
Watch all 18 of Garth Lakitskys athletic and academic accomplishments.
This post was edited by Nittny65 13 months ago
I agree it's probably the case but are we sure he is a walk-on?
He damn well better be.
per the twitter feed from Tim Owen BWI he is def a run on
Very aggressive and physical wrestler too. Demolished Ohio states Andrew campolatanno at the dapper dans a couple years ago. Good wrestlers are usually good football players.
To be fair, Camp was concussed during that match. Camp got the first take down, then Garth reversed him and in the process Camp was concussed.
Still won the match, not taking that away from him.
Was that an intentional misspelling of his name in your subject line?
That sounds like something Justin would do.
Well with the college weight classes in wrestling at 197 then heavyweight 285, I'd guess his focus will be on football. He's right in the middle at 235-245. Not making 197 and giving up alot of weight against 285 pounders. Guessing he'll want to stay around that 240 mark as a LB.
Intersting... I think Camp was going to play football at Rutgers but then accepted an OSU wrestling scholarship at the last minute.
Haha! I thought Iphones were supposed to be smart(phones)?!?!?!
You're right, I would do something like that, but this time it wasn't intentional.
Yeah he pretty much has to be. No reason to put him on ship.
Not bad... Reminded me of Brian Gelzheiser from years back - wasn't the fastest player but had a nose for the ball and made a lot of plays...
Article said he had 3 yrs of Wrestling and 2 of Football - I could see him wrestling for 2 years to stay in shape and sharp and then maybe hitting 197 in his 3rd year there to see if he can make an impact..?
Most elite hwts in college stay around 250 for better conditioning, with the occasional lazy fatties. I like that he'll be able to maximize his strength with Fitz in football, and get even better conditioning from Cael. Could end up being a steal, but I think he'll be depth on both teams, with a better chance of breaking through in wrestling.
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