Update on Cameron Frosch, just in case you can’t tell, he worked out with the Cowboys last week and here in the proof for it. Matt Thompson, a kicking coach for Frosch, said that he got a max hang time of 5.37 seconds, and the NFL average is 4.7 seconds as of last year. Cameron continues to work his tail off and he really wants on an NFL team, so send some good vibes his way. It would be great to have our first NFL player since 1997. Good luck Cameron!
The Lion Men stand in first place after the first day, and head into tomorrow facing a tough sledding, but after today this should give them a confidence booster. The Ladies not so much, as they sit in 6th and Chantry McMahan sits at 15th, which given the way the ladies have performed this year is probably disappointing to them, but tomorrow is another day. Good luck to both squads as they wrap up tomorrow and try to bring home some hardware.
I am going to start to showcasing a new recruit every couple of weeks that is incoming to the group. The first one I am going to showcase is 6-4 Quarterback from Wills Point, Chase Pemberton. Pemberton is a guy I got to see play in High School and he has some huge upsides. He is built much like Harrison Stewart, a tall, strong armed vertical throwing gun slinger. Aside from being a fantastic passer, he is also a powerful and fast runner. He runs a 4.5 40 yard dash. You read that correctly. If you watch his videos, there is a lot to get excited about. He reminds me a lot of Texas Tech QB Davis Webb, tall and strong armed, but Pemberton is much faster than your typical pocket passer. I think he could very well be a guy who could start as a RS-Sophomore. Check out his highlights.