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'06 PA WR Wesley Lyons (West Virginia signee)

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LordJeffBuck

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Wesley Lyons
Wide Receiver
Pittsburgh Woodland Hills
Height: 6-foot-6
Weight: 185 pounds
40-yard dash: 4.65 seconds
Bench max: 220 pounds
Squat max: 295 pounds
GPA: 3.2

Bill Kurelic on Wesley Lyons

Yes, this is Devon's little brother; however, at 6'6", 185, maybe I should say that he is Devon's younger brother.

Wesley will be a junior at Woodland Hills this fall; last season, he caught six passes.

Wesley likes Ohio State, amongst others.
 
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MililaniBuckeye

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OSU Rob said:
if he grows any taller he might have to move to the line (either te or ol/dl)

If he does, he'll have to put on about 60-100 pounds...not sure if he has the frame for that. I'll take a 6'6" wideout anyday. Need to work on his speed a bit, but that's doable...
 
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OSU Rob

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6'6" is Plaxico Burress size, and he can definitely be effective like Buress (I still remember MSU tossing up those jump balls in '98 to Burress and him consistently outjumping Winfield/Plummer). However, he's only going to be a junior this year, so saying that he might grow to 6'8" isn't a stretch, and there really aren't that many guys 6'8" who're playing WR.
 
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OSU Rob said:
so saying that he might grow to 6'8" isn't a stretch, and there really aren't that many guys 6'8" who're playing WR.

Correct, but purdue has 6-9 Kyle Ingram, he is an absolute match up problem. I remember last year as a skinny little forsh some teams were playing wrs who were like 6-4 on him becuasue of his reach and jump ball skills. Ingram played wr like a bball 4 and played with his body well this will be the key for lyons
 
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