Dalton Justice is a very big and athletic linemen, who is coached by our very own Line Coach, Brad Justus! At 6'6 and 340LBS, Dalton will be highly sought after with his stellar 3.75 GPA and impeccable technique. As you can see on the first few plays, Dalton is extremely hard to move and will put you flat on your back. He shows very good, quick and accurate snaps and than is able to easily execute his blocks. I love the way he keeps his feet and legs churning through his blocks, keeping his momentum moving with that much mass is guarenteed to produce pancakes with all the fixins. He shows he knows the overall scheme of the play design very well, in being able to turn defenders the proper direction. Once Justice handles his first block, it is not uncommon to find him 20 yards down field looking for more pancakes to assist his runners! At 3:36, you can see Justice in action on a screen pass, as he completely annihilates the defenders! Honestly, If Dalton was a 2017 linemen I believe teams would be all over him, with his down field blocking ability for such a large man. This is why Coach Brad Justice is our Line Coach, He obviously knows exactly how to lead these young men to being dominant on the field and in the classroom! I am extremely eager to send this young man's film out and see who begins to recruit him! I want to thank Coach Justus and Northview Academy for their tremendous work with these young men, in a few short years! You guys are on your way to being one of the best teams in the Country!
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Gene Tapia is a very athletic linemen, that has no problem getting to the second level and finishing blocks! Gene fires off the ball extremely well and drives defenders back at least 3-4 yards, on run blocking schemes. Gene is able to keep his feet moving extremely well, which creates gaping holes for his backs to run through. Tapia is seen CAVING the inside gaps down and is able to completely wall off defenders. This young man is one of the most technically sound linemen I have seen so far and has the frame to match. When you are this big and can move this well, you can begin to see why this young man is going to be a outstanding College Football player! I love his attitude and work ethic, as he believes he can accomplish anything through hard work and dedication. Lehman was able to win their first ever State Championship this season and this big dancing linemen had a whole lot to do with it! Thanks Julien Robinson for locating a extremely talented linemen for the Class 2017!
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Christian Snyder had a very outstanding Senior season and has a nice mix of school's interested in his services. Christian has very good length at the Linebacker position and gets to the ball quickly, as seen on the QB sack, the first play of his highlights. On the 3rd play, Christian is able to make a very impressive Field Goal block! Christian is a very athletic and hard hitting linebacker, who also posses superior academics. Christian can be utilized as a pass rusher and is very effective in pass coverage. Christian is very effective playing out on the edge and holds his ground extremely well, being able to make tackles. On Offense, Christian shows extremely good route running abilities and can be used in many different ways. Christian has school's ranging from D1 to NAIA that have inquired about his services. It sure is going to be fun watching Christian at the next level and thank you for being apart of the Scout Trout Elite Prospect Database!
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As a Coach:
Brad Justus comes to Scout Trout from Northview Academy, a newly opened school in East Tennessee, where he is currently the Assistant Head Coach, Offensive Line Coach, and Inside Linebackers Coach (appointed post season). Justus coached an offensive line unit that paved the way for an average of 405.1 yards per game and scored 51 touchdowns in an 11 game season as the Cougars reached the Tennessee State Playoffs in their second varsity season. Northview Academy is a four year program builder for Justus as 2016-2017 will host the first graduating class, this consisted of two years of JV experience leading up to their first Varsity season, during which the Cougars averaged 380.6 yards per game and 42 touchdowns on the season ending with a 5-5 record.
Prior to Northview Academy Justus Coached Offensive Line and Linebackers at Gatlinburg Pittman High School from 2006-2012 totaling 50 wins and 21 losses, where the team reached the State Playoffs each year except 2011. During 2006 his first year working with the Gatlinburg-Pittman offensive line they improved from a 4-7 season averaging 26.01 points per game and a 254 Max Preps State Ranking to a 10-1 season averaging 43.01 points per game and a State Ranking of 156, top 16 in classification. In 2007 the team moved to an 11-2 record, scoring 69 Touchdowns and finishing at a 110 State Ranking, top 8 in classification under head coach and offensive coordinator Benny Hammonds.
During 2005, Justus spent one year at Hargrave Military Academy as a Post Graduate Football Assistant Coach of both Linebackers, and Defensive Backs: his Linebackers included Darius Dewberry (University of Georgia), Mario Harvey (Marshall), Rahkeem Smith (University of Illinois), Defensive Backs: Anthony Johnson (Mississippi State), Merf Trout (Scout Trout), Corey Goodson (Kentucky), Zaire Kitchen (Rutgers). Coaching on a defense that gave up an average of 14.5 points per game while playing against the U.S. Naval Academy, Army, University of Kentucky, University of North Carolina, and #3 Virginia Tech, and a Fork Union squad that included Jacoby Ford. We got better each day by defending against our offense that included 5 Star Recruits Keiland Williams (LSU), Mike Ford (Alabama), , Vidal Hazelton (Southern California), John Jerry (University of Mississippi) 4 Star Recruits Morgan Green (Maryland), Matt Hardrick (Florida State), Darius Myers (University of Tennessee), and 3 Star Recruits Jarrett Dunston (Temple), Cedric Hickman (North Carolina State), T.C. Drake (University of Kentucky). Over a three year period Hargrave Military Academy, under the direction of Robert Prunty sent over 125 football player on to matriculate at Division 1 FBS schools on Full Athletic Scholarship.
During the 2004 season Brad Justus coached at Clarksville Northwest (TN). Where his offensive line bulldozed the competition for 2004 Mr. Football Runner up Cedric Wilkerson (Arkansas State) to assist the run dominate offensive side of the ball in averaging 28.9 points per game and a 7-4 season record.
As a Player:
During Justus’ 2002 senior season at Austin Peay State University he and the offensive line helped garner the Governors first winning season in 18-years setting a 7-5 season mark, while also producing the top rusher in NCAA Division I-AA football and First Team All-American running back Jay Bailey. Brad Justus played at Austin Peay State University 1998-2002 coming from Tennessee Perennial Powerhouse Sevier County High School.
I am proud to have my former Coach at Hargrave Military, to help guide our HOG's to a Elite Status , on and off the field! Appreciate you COACH BRAD JUSTUS!
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Martez Vrana was at the helm this season for the Hirschi Huskies and boy did he deliver, after a dreadful 0-10 season for the Huskies. Vrana led the Huskies to a winning record and a birth in the Texas State playoffs. Overall, Martez is extremely gifted at the QB position and I can see him being very highly recruited, for the Class of 2018! In Martez film, He shows very good overall mechanics and a quick release. He throws Receivers open and is your ultimate dealer at 6 foot 2 inches tall. But Martez is much more than a Pocket QB, as he can move the ball extremely well with his legs and shows very good overall athleticism. He throws very good timing routes, as seen at 1:54 in his film, on the fade route. On three step passing routes, Martez gets the ball out very quickly and with precision, as he uses good overall mechanics for a Class of 2018 QB. Martez was very effective in both the run and passing game, for the huskies and is a very hard worker off the field. He will be able to operate in mostly all of College Football's offensive scheme's and if he keeps his 3.15 GPA, he should be a highly valued prospect. Martez is able to throw over most defenders with his frame and superior athleticism and I cannot wait to watch him develop into a nationally recognized Elite Quarterback!
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Martez Vrana played as a true freshmen at OPSU and led them into the CFB Today Top 25 NAIA Rankings! Update 2018 season. 11/15/2018
Xavier Wilson is a extremely talented Receiver for the Hirschi Huskies Football Team, in Wichita falls Texas! The Huskies were able to make a unbelievable turn around this season and improve from a winless season, to making the Texas State playoffs. When you watch Xavier's film, you can see he is a very versatile, ALL AROUND receiver. Xavier can stretch the field and beat you deep, or he can take a screen pass for valuable yards after the catch. Xavier is a tough Receiver and loves to go over the middle and make plays in traffic, as he is not afraid of contact. I really like the timing that has developed and this will be amazing to watch for 2018, between Martez Vrana and Xavier Wilson. I will be adding Martez to our Class of 2018 QB's next, as he has shown he to is a ELITE prospect! Xavier Wilson also demonstrates great route running abilities and I can see him being moved around at every Receiving position. Xavier is also a very physcial blocker in the run game and can help you drastically in stalk blocking downfield. I want to thank Xavier for joining my Elite Receivers Database and we look forward to the 2018 Season! The Vrana to Wilson Connection is going to be a sight to see!
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Julien Robinson was born in Baltimore Maryland and has a intense passion for helping the young men of the inner cities. Julien will be our North East/DMV director and I am honored to bring him onto our team. Julien has a intense career in Football as he was a 13X All-Star, at the Semi-Pro level. He than began his indoor career where he was able to play DE/LB/DB and dominate in the later stages of career, for the Lancaster Lightning/Chesapeake Tide! Julien finished playing in 2010 and than became the Defensive Coordinator for the Maryland Eagles (2014-2015), where he was able to lead them to allowing only 24 PPG, 35 sacks and 12 interceptions! Historically speaking this is one of the TOP indoor defenses of ALL-TIME! Coach Robinson now coaches the Baltimore Vengance of the Mid-Atlantic Indoor League and we could not be more pleased to have a main staple in the Baltimore Community on our ELITE Coaching Staff. Like myself, Coach Robinson believes the game Football starts up front! He brings a laid back, but very serious approach to any team, while having a intense will to win!
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I am very pleased to announce Scout Trout had a Christmas day sign up! Tim Covington should be a highly coveted prospect with his play and stellar academics. Tim has a 3.3 GPA with a outstanding 1280 SAT! On the very first play Tim is able to make a fabulous play on the ball and cause a fumble. Tim has made it very clear he a very instinctive Linebacker, who truly STUDIES the game of Football. Like the Great Sam Mills (R.I.P), this young man can battle on the interior and move sideline to sideline very well. On the next play you can see him at Running Back in a shotgun attack, where he is able to make a beautiful touchdown reception. He shows great instincts in the read option game as well and you can see him pile drive the QB on the next play. When handed the football this young man gets his shoulders squared and gets large chunks of yardage for his team. Tim is also able to make quick decisive cuts while moving down hill, which makes him one tough man to tackle at 220 lbs. Tim shows uncanny ball carrier vision and is able to really set up his blocks well. At 1:44 into the film, Tim shows he can be a HAMMER Fullback as he trucks the defender, showing his value in short yardage situations. His agility in tight spaces is very decisive and quick, as he is able to scamper through traffic. He shows he can be a ferocious tackler and has so many skills that will benefit a College Football team to the MAX! I want to wish Tim and his family a very wonderful Christmas and a extremely happy and successful New Years! Thank you for joining Scout Trout's elite Athlete Database!
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Welcome to the Scout Trout Bowl, Where I have assembled two very good teams! This actually was a lot easier than it looked at first. I was able to create two very different style of teams and am going to introduce the Rosters tonight. Note that this is a ALL-STAR game, so there are NO starters and no order once so ever. A lot of these players can fit in either system as well, this is just going with the 70 players we have to work with right now. So here are my two very diverse rosters starting with my West Coast/Power Football Offense.
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THE GREATEST SHOW ON TURF! (TEAM)
This wraps up the intial Rosters for the Scout Trout Bowl! Game will be played one day at Foxboro Stadium or Cowboys Stadium. More to come!
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As I am waiting to go to two Doctor's appointment's for a car accident where I injured my shoulder, it made me think of Concussions and the effect they can have on the human brain. I just pretty much got over one of the worst bell ringers of my career and literally my anxiety is much lower, as I feel like my quality of life is back to where it needs to be. I have learned throughout my Child/Adulthood that brain injuries are the MOST serious of injuries, for the simple fact you really have no clue what is going on. The movie concussion with Will Smith opened a lot of eyes, but I actually have lived through many VICIOUS concussions and know how I dealt with them best. Make note the last concussion happened in the American Indoor Football (AIF) league and they have now folded to avoid the repercussions of paying my 10,000 dollar medical bills. The owner of the team who hit me has also gone into hiding. That is why I do not consider some of these leagues "PRO" Football, as they do not even take care of the players safety or health. This league has absolutely no involvement with the league I am in now, The National Arena League. After the last concussion I was thrown right back onto the Football field at Middle Linebacker and had no clue where I was. This happened on April 9th and I feel as if the last month I am finally back to normal, when it comes to my sleeping patterns. The problem is this was not my first concussion. My first serious concussion came at a very young age, after a late night of partying in New Jersey. To make a long story short, as a Sophomore I was wrapped around a telephone pole at 80 MPH. I had blood coming out the back of my head and was cut out with the "Jaws of life", then was helicoptered to Cooper Hospital in Camden, NJ. I spent a semester a vegetable and had to be home schooled after it was all said and done. I ended up transferring to Gloucester Catholic and was still a All-American on the Football Field. But this accident had totally ruined my GPA and I was ineligible for all the D1 School's that had offered. This one "Concussion" ruined my entire College Career and I still kept hope that I could overcome many obstacles that were placed in my way. Like the movie "The Butterfly Effect", every choice has it's trickle effect that is going to change your future completely. I should have never gotten in that car, if this mistake would have been avoided my 3.0 GPA would have remained. But as they say we must live and learn. After finally getting to a D1 school all of this came back to haunt me, at Central Conn State. I had completed a stellar semester with 18 credits and was eligible for training camp, in August to practice with the team. I was so excited and had to go pass my physical, not knowing what was going to happen next! Dr. Rosenstein I assume had gotten word that there was still a lawsuit pending for that car accident, for over 80,000 dollars worth of bills that my family simply just could not afford. She gave me no chance to pass the test and deemed me medically ineligible to play at CCSU, so there was no scholarship. I went home lost and bewildered, but that is when I found the NAIA and Graceland University. I ended up getting to play and had no issues with my head, as a Starting Running Back. I am not sure how a concussion your sophomore year of high school, can come back to haunt you your now Sophomore year of College, but it did. So the 3 years of Football I had played in between the car accident did not matter, where I was completely fine. I kept fighting and ended up trying to go pro. Well we all know how that went, I have been kicking and kicking in hopes of still getting another shot at the NFL. My Concussion symptoms are gone, as it has been over 8 months now since the hit in New Mexico. These concussion symptoms have been rough on family and friends. My manic actions after concussions and very quick aggressive thinking comes from being smacked in the head unknowingly. I am so glad all of these symptoms have finally subsided and I can now think very clearly and precisely, from sun up to sun down. I want to most importantly thank my Lord Jesus Christ for allowing me to continue this journey and for me to be able to tell my story. Thanks for all who have guided and to all the amazing Doctor's I have now here in Colorado! Well time to go see two of the best in the NATION right now! Dr. John Kummrow and Dr.Chamberlin (Shoulder Specialist), to continue to pursue OUR DREAMS here at SCOUT TROUT! I attached the dirty hit on the Kicker below. On the Drop kick, your main goal is to really watch the ball all the way to the ground, keeping your head down. I had no clue what was coming. The entire game is below that, where if you fast forward after the hit, I play the rest of the game at LB. This is the worst concussion protocol in the history of Football. DO NOT GO BACK IN! THIS CAN RUIN YOUR LIFE DOWN THE ROAD!
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