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Penn State defensive end Deion Barnes certainly had his share of potential landing spots, but chose to stick with the Nittany Lions for a few reasons.
This post was edited by Sean Fitz on 8/1/2012 at 3:27 PM
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I think Deion is primed for a breakout year. He has the the physical tools and looked awesome in the Blue and White game. Glad he stayed loyal to Penn State!!
This post was edited by Joe Nitro on 8/1/2012 at 3:47 PM
Very excited to see this kid play.....should be a terror coming off the edge. With the secondary issues, a great pass rush is essential.
Kid is going to be a stud. Great to have him here.
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I know a lot of people raved about Crawford's physique but Barnes is more physically impressive that Crawford, IMO. I actually thought Crawford looked a little soft. If Barnes plays half as good as he looks, he's going to be a monster.
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You made us proud already, everything you do on the field will be a plus!!!!
This kid is gonna be a stud, and I'm talking past college. With his combination of length, strength, athleticism, and work ethic paired with the heart he's shown by staying, I would not be surprised if after PSU, he gets looks on day 2, possibly even day 1 on draft day.
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