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Benoit to Oregon

Posted: 02/03/2013 9:23 PM

Benoit to Oregon 


They just offered and he committed on the spot
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Posted: 02/03/2013 9:37 PM

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I had a feeling it would work out for him...congrats Kani!
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Posted: 02/03/2013 9:37 PM

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Posted: 02/03/2013 10:01 PM

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Did this player check the man child running back coming in from Aloha HS in Beaverton. Folks the Oregon State 100/200 sprint champ. Who in the top level of Oregon HS football rushed for 600+ yards in one game. Five star Thomas Tyner - 6'1 220 pound fast and punishing back. + Four star Deonte Wilson from Desoto, Texas.

Most Oregon folks on Tyner, think this kid could step on and start next year. The kid from Thunderbird will never see the field. The Aloha back is and have seen play, reminds me of the days of Suggs-Hamilton with sprinter speed.

The Oregon program is eye opening but this kid has and will never see the field in Eugene.... UNLV - Colorado State better and more realistic choice for minutes. Oregon reloads.

Check the backround on Tyner.
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Posted: 02/03/2013 10:10 PM

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Wilson is likely not sticking with Oregon, thus Kani's offers. They were upfront with him about it.
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Posted: 02/04/2013 6:17 AM

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If your afraid to compete then you shouldn't play. Good luck to this kid. Hope he earns lots of playing time.
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Posted: 02/04/2013 7:59 AM

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6'0" 200lbs.
http://www.pros2preps.com/2012...me-big-schools/

As a junior, took 6th in the 100mtrs w/ 11.04
          "             2nd          200           22.44

Tyner is faster, no doubt.  I think he's about 0.5 sec faster in the 100 and you are right, that Tyner is "punishing".  He's a good RB.
And I'm sure you're aware that straight speed doesn't necessarily translate to "football" speed. I've watched Benoit for 3 yrs and I've been saying on this board and in other places that I thought that this year he was the best back in the state for a variety of reasons.
"The kid from Thunderbird will never see the field" is quite a prediction.
The Ducks have really good RBs, but there is no question in my mind that if he continues his trajectory, he'll play on Saturdays regularly when/if he develops.
Congrats KB!

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Posted: 02/04/2013 8:20 AM

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That's great for him. I was surprised when I saw they only had one true running back commit considering how well their running backs always end up doing.

And 11'04 isn't all that fast. He wouldn't have qualified for the D1 state track meet in the 100m here. Good luck to Benoit, hope he ends up as the next Lamichael James.
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Posted: 02/04/2013 8:55 AM

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swagallday wrote: That's great for him. I was surprised when I saw they only had one true running back commit considering how well their running backs always end up doing.

And 11'04 isn't all that fast. He wouldn't have qualified for the D1 state track meet in the 100m here. Good luck to Benoit, hope he ends up as the next Lamichael James.

Wh0 was notating Benoit's stats, not Tyner's.  Tyner is well under 11 flat in the 100-meter as he ran an Oregon state-record 10.43 as a sophomore (http://highschoolsports.oregon...in-perspective/). 

On his Maxpreps page it looks like his team didn't report any stats after October 12, but up to that point he rushed for over 2,300 yards and 29 touchdowns in just seven games.  His top effort of the year was a 643-yard, 10-touchdown performance in an 84-63 game his team won.

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Posted: 02/04/2013 11:45 AM

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dangerouswoody wrote:
Wh0 was notating Benoit's stats, not Tyner's.  Tyner is well under 11 flat in the 100-meter as he ran an Oregon state-record 10.43 as a sophomore (http://highschoolsports.oregon...in-perspective/). 

Thanks DW for clarifying that.surprised
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Posted: 02/04/2013 12:36 PM

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PresidentArtDye wrote: Did this player check the man child running back coming in from Aloha HS in Beaverton. Folks the Oregon State 100/200 sprint champ. Who in the top level of Oregon HS football rushed for 600+ yards in one game. Five star Thomas Tyner - 6'1 220 pound fast and punishing back. + Four star Deonte Wilson from Desoto, Texas.

Most Oregon folks on Tyner, think this kid could step on and start next year. The kid from Thunderbird will never see the field. The Aloha back is and have seen play, reminds me of the days of Suggs-Hamilton with sprinter speed.

The Oregon program is eye opening but this kid has and will never see the field in Eugene.... UNLV - Colorado State better and more realistic choice for minutes. Oregon reloads.

Check the backround on Tyner.
Oregon always plays multiple RBs,  most of the time up to 3 get carries.
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Posted: 02/04/2013 6:49 PM

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Tarantula wrote:
PresidentArtDye wrote: Did this player check the man child running back coming in from Aloha HS in Beaverton. Folks the Oregon State 100/200 sprint champ. Who in the top level of Oregon HS football rushed for 600+ yards in one game. Five star Thomas Tyner - 6'1 220 pound fast and punishing back. + Four star Deonte Wilson from Desoto, Texas.

Most Oregon folks on Tyner, think this kid could step on and start next year. The kid from Thunderbird will never see the field. The Aloha back is and have seen play, reminds me of the days of Suggs-Hamilton with sprinter speed.

The Oregon program is eye opening but this kid has and will never see the field in Eugene.... UNLV - Colorado State better and more realistic choice for minutes. Oregon reloads.

Check the backround on Tyner.
Oregon always plays multiple RBs,  most of the time up to 3 get carries.
There are many things that running backs do, that can't be taught. It is a position wherein many intangibles are what separates the good ones from the great ones. However, taking into consideration the natural abilities that exist, if there is one guy that is a difference maker in developing and refining the raw material that he's sent, it is Gary Campbell. Check out his resume', he has been the Running Backs Coach at Oregon going on 30 years now. He has had some very interesting and insightful innovations, including one that I would classify in the "mad scientist" realm that he pioneered a few years back wherein he built up the extraocular muscles of his backs by seating them in a dark room with random laser light points at various locations and intervals on the wall. Why? He did research and consulted with an eye specialist (Dr.) that equivocated this to strengthening and therefore enhancing his running backs "vision" (i.e.; ability to see cutback lanes and defensive flow). He is perhaps the best running backs coach in the game. http://dailyemerald.com/2012/0...mbodies-oregon/

Also, do not forget this: Randall Cobb was a 2 Star Recruit in high school. He was ranked #99 at his position (CB). Where is he now? And, he hasn't played CB in a while...

I wouldn't worry too much about the folks up in Oregon being able to spot talent. I imagine they will find something for the kid to do...

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Posted: 02/05/2013 10:21 AM

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wh0farted wrote: 6'0" 200lbs.
http://www.pros2preps.com/2012...me-big-schools/

As a junior, took 6th in the 100mtrs w/ 11.04
          "             2nd          200           22.44

Tyner is faster, no doubt.  I think he's about 0.5 sec faster in the 100 and you are right, that Tyner is "punishing".  He's a good RB.
And I'm sure you're aware that straight speed doesn't necessarily translate to "football" speed. I've watched Benoit for 3 yrs and I've been saying on this board and in other places that I thought that this year he was the best back in the state for a variety of reasons.
"The kid from Thunderbird will never see the field" is quite a prediction.
The Ducks have really good RBs, but there is no question in my mind that if he continues his trajectory, he'll play on Saturdays regularly when/if he develops.
Congrats KB!
His 11.04 was wind-aided.  He did run an legal 11.1? early in season but had many other times in the 11.3's and 11.4's.



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Posted: 02/05/2013 1:04 PM

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machodiablo wrote:
His 11.04 was wind-aided.  He did run an legal 11.1? early in season but had many other times in the 11.3's and 11.4's.
I dont know.  I saw the asterisk as well. (
http://www.athletic.net/TrackA...spx?AID=3003477)
100 Meters
2011 Outdoor1011.23a
2012 Outdoor1111.04aw
200 Meters
2011 Outdoor1022.67a
2012 Outdoor1122.44a

Ortiz had some quick times as well.
 Mens Results
100 Meters - Varsity - Finals  (D1)
1Trae Armstrong10.48aDeer Valley12
2Devon Allen10.49aBrophy College Prep11
3Ben Trotter10.62aMountain Pointe12
4Justin Thymes10.74aHamilton12
5Clark Brown10.88aMountain View Mesa10
6Travonn White10.90aMountain Pointe11
7Aeron Carr10.94aRed Mountain11
8Dionee Marrero10.95aSandra Day O'Connor11
9Christian Clark10.97aWestwood11
9D'Amani Grayer10.97aBrophy College Prep11
11Jalen Ortiz10.98aCentennial11
12Trevon Myles11.00aMesquite10
13Derek Ware11.14aChandler9
14Quentin Mendez11.15aBuena12
15A'Myer Armstrong11.21aDeer Valley10
16Michael Armstrong11.24aMountain View Mesa12
17Andre Walters11.25aTolleson Union10
18Garrett Wyatt11.26aMountain View Mesa12
19Tyler Beenau11.27aCentennial12
20Malik Gilliam11.29aWestwood11
21Dalton Bluebaugh11.32aPerry12
22Gary McKay11.37aChaparral (AZ)10
23Jesse Kruse11.50aKofa9
24Joshua Huston11.55aCibola12


 
100 Meters (D2)
1.10Adam Williams10.77aAZGila Ridge
2.12Johnny Allen10.78awAZParadise Valley
3.10Jelani Brice-Moore10.81awAZVerrado
4.12Kelvin Harold10.86aAZGila Ridge
5.11Jontrell Wooten10.91awAZWashington
6.10Orlando Coleman Jr.10.93awAZBetty H Fairfax
7.11Brandon Murphy10.94c17AZLiberty
8.12Shai Harris11.01aAZIndependence
9.11DJ Hampton11.03awAZRaymond S Kellis
200 Meters
1.11Matt Clark21.84aAZPrescott
2.11Jontrell Wooten22.03aAZWashington
3.9Clayton Mills22.09aAZPrescott
4.10Jelani Brice-Moore22.13aAZVerrado
5.12Johnny Allen22.31aAZParadise Valley
12Shai Harris22.31aAZIndependence
7.10Adam Williams22.33awAZGila Ridge
8.12Stward Denis22.42aAZWashington
9.11Kani Benoit22.44aAZThunderbird
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