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    Re: ESPN Sports Science - Kenny Vaccaro

    Pretty impressive. Wouldn't mind seeing him in the horns!
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    Re: ESPN Sports Science - Kenny Vaccaro

    Like someone always says, this crap made Mardy Gilyard look good. Nonetheless, it is still entertaining.
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    Re: ESPN Sports Science - Kenny Vaccaro

    I don't know if this kid is going to be a player or not, but that's some pretty impressive athleticism. It's amazing what these kids can do.
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    Re: ESPN Sports Science - Kenny Vaccaro

    WANT.

    Will only be able to get him at 16... great consolation if the Guards and Peterson are gone.
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    Re: ESPN Sports Science - Kenny Vaccaro

    Always impressive on sports science, but then they are only focusing on one thing at a time instead of the whole game around them. Gilyard, as someone mentioned, looked impressive, but he never seemed to learn the game, and that was more his downfall I think than lack of athletic ability. Sports science can't show that.

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    Re: ESPN Sports Science - Kenny Vaccaro

    Impressive athletically, but that wouldn't preclude him from taking bad angles or missing tackles ala Taylor Mays, who was very similar athletically coming out of college. Though Mays was a bit bigger and much faster.

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