Football is the ultimate team game as we all know. This means that for most positions on the field, your success can be totally dependent on others. Two positions where that is the case are wide receiver and defensive back. In the high school football game, being an intimidating cornerback can result in a lot of lonely nights on the edge of the defense waiting for crumbs.
Such is the case for New Town High School, MD cornerback Antoine Means. Means stands 6’3″ and is an imposing figure out on the island. So imposing that looks, let alone action his way are a rare sight on Friday Nights. With that being the case, Means has not had many real opportunities to have highlight moments. Less action is the mark of good cornerback but bad news for a high school prospect looking to catch the eye of college football programs. Means’ situation is what under the radar prospects are made of. Due to circumstances, some high school prospects slip through the cracks and become a gem for some school that “lucks up” and gets them.
Means has the frame that NFL prospects are made of. With the league opting for taller, longer players on the edge to defend the bigger receivers, Means would be the new prototype. Some college program will do their due diligence and nab a future All Conference player who may one day be staring on Sundays. This blog entry would serve as that notice to all programs to take an interest in Antoine Means 2015 CB from New Town HS, Maryland. Click on the link below for his Hudl Highlights
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Author: Chad Wilson
Chad Wilson is a college football recruiting expert and creator of the GridironStudsApp which allows high school football players to gain exposure to college football coaches and fans. Wilson is a former college football player for the University of Miami (92-94) and Long Beach St. (’90-’91) and played briefly for the Seattle Seahawks (’95). He is also a former youth and high school football coach for over 15 years. Wilson’s older son Quincy plays in the NFL for the Indianapolis Colts and his younger son plays cornerback for the University of Florida. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org.