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'05 PA DE Christian Fleming


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Christian Fleming
Strongside DE
Erie Strong Vincent
Height: 6-foot-5
Weight: 245 pounds
40-yard dash: 4.75 seconds
Junior stats: 130 tackles, 23 TFL, 17 sacks
Rivals 3* (no. 24 SDE in nation, no. 16 overall in PA)
Insiders 2*

Likes Ohio State, Penn State, Pitt, Iowa, Michigan, and West Virginia; no offers yet.

EDIT: Christian tore an ankle ligament during basketball season; no word yet on where he will attend college:

[Predicition] Johnstown 51, Strong Vincent 45: I feel this one's very closely matched. Both teams play very aggressive team defense. Strong Vincent is ridiculously deep, with 11 or 12 guys getting in the game and seemingly a different bench player playing a key role each time out. Johnstown has 1000 point scoring junior Kurt Hoffman, who seems to relish whatever challenge is given to him on both ends of the floor. Both teams are unselfish on the offensive end of the floor, with numerous scoring options being utilized. The key factor here may be experience, but not on the basketball court. The Colonials understand what it's like to end your season close to the dream, but not quite there, as many of them, including all of their starters, were on the football team that lost a heartbreaker to TJ in the state playoffs this past fall. Junior-laden Johnstown will be back next year if they don't break through now. The loss of 6'6" Christian Fleming to a torn ankle ligament forced me to switch my pick, since I think Johnstown will now be able to exploit the smaller middle of the Strong Vincent defense.
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