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Sixth Grader Jarron Alexander

Yeah, yeah, yeah... so it might belong in the pic/vid forum, but figured it would get better viewings here. Buddy of mine showed this to me today. Keep in mind this kid is in sixth grade. I'm already calling dibs on him on my fantasy league in 15 years. Think mini-payton and sanders all rolled into one most awesomely impressive package!

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That block at 35 seconds was awesome, lol
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Pretty cool. He does have a low center of gravity. Legs are always moving, and he pretty much stays north and south. And he is aggressive. It will be interesting to see how he grows up.
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Had a kid like that in my grade growing up. Eventually, the other kids caught up to him. He was doing the exact same thing.

Some of you aggy fans might remember who i'm talking about. Jamar Toombs
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Had a kid like that in my grade growing up. Eventually, the other kids caught up to him. He was doing the exact same thing.

Some of you aggy fans might remember who i'm talking about. Jamar Toombs
Tre Newton was the same way. I played against him in middle school and he made everyone look a fool. I seem to recall that he's done, well, nothing at UT.

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I see a lot of really poor tackling.

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Tre Newton was the same way. I played against him in middle school and he made everyone look a fool. I seem to recall that he's done, well, nothing at UT.
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Tre Newton was the same way. I played against him in middle school and he made everyone look a fool. I seem to recall that he's done, well, nothing at UT.
I played with a guy like that as well. I don't know what ever happened to him. Don't really care, either. In HS everyone expected him to get drafted and play in the NFL one day. Not sure what ever came of it. I know he's not in the NFL though.

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I see a lot of really poor tackling.
Yep. Guys like that you gotta go for the legs. I'd say it comes down to poor coaching as well. When I played, we were taught to tackle the short shits by the legs, due to their low center of gravity.
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At 4:15-end I'd like to know what bitch coach is teaching kids that young to cut block and risk knee injuries to the defensive players. Fucker.


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that kids badass..

i use to know a guy/old friend who was a beast in pee wee / jr high.

He would literally make players wanna run out of bounds or go to the ground before you could even let him touch you. He'd hurt plenty of players with his tackling, think Ronnie Lott at age 12 LOL

He was killing people in JR High also even though we went to differnt schools , he moved out of state and i havent heard anything about him, i really thought he would be a stand out college football player with his potential. Found him on facebook and he's a little chubbier then i remember him.
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Ha Ha Ha. He got it going on!

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And he plays for Celina....... go figure! lol

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