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Jeff's article on Tyrion Ingram-Dawkins

MarkBoknechtMarkBoknecht Posts: 1,220 ✭✭✭✭✭ Graduate

Jeff Sentell had a nice article on TID.

Ingram-Dawkins has seen a meteoric rise in his rankings. As recently as March 30th of 2020, he was a mid-3 star and ranked number 575. Now: the #2 DT and 19th overall -- on the pure 247; the #12 DT and 144 overall on the composite 247.

A rise in the rankings due, in part, by a weight gain of 60 lbs. while maintaining his explosive first step. Although, that weight gain occurred prior to his Junior Year.

So it took talent evaluators well over a year to realize he was a top-five Defensive Tackle. And just a matter of time before his ranking of #144 on the composite catches up to his five-star status and #19 rating on the pure 247. IMO.

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