Coach Penree details the All Ohio Offense in Division 6/7

Posted On: 07/21/20 7:32 AM

Georgia camp season heated up on Sunday on the turf at Mount Pisgah Christian School in Johns Creek. The MVP Camp brought out some of the state’s top high school football players.

Players ran their 40-yard dash times, worked in skill specific drills and then competed in one-on-one drills.

The afternoon was an impressive one for a group of four linebackers.

There were several standouts.

Raul Aguirre, Linebacker, 6’2” 190 pounds, Locust Grove High School, (2023)

Aguirre looked like the best athlete on the field for most of the position drills, regardless of position. In the one-on-one reps taken Aguirre looked smooth.

The ‘cat and mouse’ like drill played between the running backs and the linebackers looked easy to Aguirre. He made every play before the back was able to reach the bag.

His movements were quick and precise. It was almost as if he knew what the ball carrier had planned before he did. He never seemed surprised or out of position.

Aguirre also seemed to find his way to the front of every line. He asked questions to understand

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