Isetts is going to have to get a lot quicker and stronger if he's going to get a scholarship offer. He doesn't have one now and his 5.9 40 time may be why. And he can't even bench press his own weight. (His max is 290). He camped at Iowa State last year and no one remembers him standing out. If a 6-7 325 pound guy doesn't stand out, he's probably not very good.
Give me a 6.5 275 high school senior anyday. Seems like most of the guys in highschool beyond that weight (excluding the true blue chippers) are carrying a lot more junk than muscle. I'll take the 275lb 6.5 guy who is with a muscular frame who can put on 30-35 quality lbs by the time he gets to his redshirt sophmore year.
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i would take williams anyday.anyone that is 407 and runs a 5.3 40 can probably dance on his tiptoes. a 5.3 40 for that size of that guy is really amazing. probably the only guy that was at iowa state that was over 400 lbs and had amazing athletic ability was chris taylor who wrestled heavy weight for the clones. when chris was at muskegeon junior college before nichols recruited him for wrestling,he was an outstanding offensive lineman for the muskegeon juco school and could have played football as well as he wrestled if nic would have let him.
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