NUC TOP PROSPECT SLEEPERS PART TWO: THE BIG THREE- Zach Agnew, Deche Milburn, and Justin Rodriguez
Zach Agnew: Northside School, Texas
Zach Agnew was u100 Southwest WR MVP, and Top Prospect Camp Top TE to go along with a 4.6 40 and 9ft plus broad Zach passes the athletic, skills and eye test. Zach is 6-5 and 215 pounds so he belongs somewhere D-1a.
Why does he not have any offers.
Its simple he plays 8 man football and no assistant coach in D-1a has the fortitude to stick their neck out and offer a kid who plays 8 man ball. I see no other reason, period! He is a tremendous tight end prospect, very similar to Temple’s Justin Maneri who came into college at 6-6, 215 and is now an NFL Prospect.
Justin Rodriguez: Marcos De Niza HS
Two Time NUC MVP, Overall MVP at Arizona as a Soph and WR MVP as a Junior. He plays for an outstanding program at Marcos De Niza. He had over 1000 yards receiving this year and was outstanding on film and in camps. He is 6-1 and 185, so he is certainly big enough.
Why does he not have any offers
I don’t know if he has academic issues or not, so without know that, I have zero understanding why he has no offers. He is fast, strong and athletic with spectacular hands a 4.6 40 and 30 plus inch vertical
De’che Milburn,: Clear Springs, TX
Multiple time MVP, Overall MVP at NUC Arizona this year as a junior beating out Marquis Flowers and Justin Rodriguez among other stars, He was the Dodie Donnell Award winner for outstanding player at u100 west, the #2 rated receiver at the Top Prospect Camp, and was WR MVP as a Soph at NUC and Overall MVP at u100 west as a soph. A 4.6 40, 30 plus inch vert. He has spectacular hands, great size at 5’11, 190 and is an RB size with WR smoothness. He is a Golden Tate type player and is beyond outstanding as he was Texas player of the year candidate with 70 catches for over 1300 yards in one season and over 15 tds….enough said.
Why he only has three offers
Let me summarize this one quickly….it makes no sense whatsoever, recruiters need to open their eyes!
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