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Up Close: Bolasky and Reed

Up Close: Bolasky and Reed

On Friday night Sabino rolled over Pueblo 42-0. It was my first opportunity to see Wildcat recruits Glyndon Bolasky and Brooks Reed in person. Here is what I saw from the two

Brooks Reed The first thing you notice about Reed is his size. He's a big boy. He's bigger than 75% of the players in Tucson and is a monster in the backfield. He's listed at 6-3, 220 and he's probably a tad heavier than that. The most impressive thing about him is that he is already playing an advanced role in the offense. Unlike most fullbacks that play lead blocker and not much else, Reed is...

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