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Just passing this along and figured some might enjoy this. Pretty cool IYAM.
Hopefully he can draw himself hoisting the Crystal Ball before his career is over.
EDIT: For those that don't know "IYAM" means "If you ask me"
Danielle Hunter, Jamario Rasco, Anthony FREAK Johnson.. DL wrecking crew of 2013.
that's damn good
multi talented young man
What an impressive young man...He is going to be the valedictorian at his school too if i recall correctly...so he is intelligent, a great athlete, AND a pretty good artist as well.
The kid is good.
Yes, he is going to be Valedictoria for his graduating class. Just as impressive off the field as he is on it.
That's what I like to see.
Wow, this kid is TALENTED!!!
"It's my hometown, and that's big for me," Henry said. "It's about playing for the home team in front of family
His story is a great one. If you haven't read this Shreveport Times article, please do. You will have even more respect for him and appreciation for just who LSU is getting here. He is one of the prospects in this 2013 class that is a talented athlete that will perform well on and off the field. A couple of the guys in this class are players that I believe will have a positive effect on teammates. Once they learn the system and get comfortable, they'll play with an air of accountability that will make guys want to join in.
I am in this kids corner for the duration (probably three years).
That is one bright young man, a real quality person.
I love having this level of guys repping LSU.
He is a special guy, and I am proud that he will be playing at and representing LSU. Thanks TW!
So he and Mo aren't exactly alike lol jk
well...i am sure there are a number of differences...most noticeably academics(at least that is my impression) That said, I have always thought that Mo Claiborne is a very fine young man with an outstanding character as well.
thanks 58....couldn't read the whole article (you would think the Shreveport Times wouldn't make a native Shreveporter pay to read an article..lol) but i agree...he is probably my favorite player in this class. Also great picture of him with the A-10...is he an Air Force brat or in ROTC?
Mo is a really good guy with a big heart.
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