Sunday, January 25, 2009

"Not Just Fast... Football Fast"

Cascia Hall, home of the Commandos

Price Pinkerton, a WR/DB from Tulsa's Cascia Hall Prep School is coming to Columbia according to His high school head coach says Price is, "not just fast, but football fast." The local paper says Pinkerton chose Columbia over Penn.

You can see his recruitng video here.

(And thanks to certain Penn supporter for giving me the ESPN info!)


At Mon Jan 26, 10:28:00 AM GMT+7, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Now that's exciting news. After all, Columbia Football has had some great players from the State of Oklahoma, namely, Jay Don Johnson, Matt Less and Roy Hanks to name a few. If Price Pinkerton can return kicks like Hanks or catch passes like Less, he will help us tremendously on offense. Congratulations to Price and his family on his becoming a Columbia Lion.

At Mon Jan 26, 11:10:00 AM GMT+7, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Three breakaway threats for sure in Nick Gerst, Brian De Veau and now Price Pinkerton. All three can score from anywhere on the field. You can't teach speed and you don't have to with these guys.

At Mon Jan 26, 01:21:00 PM GMT+7, Anonymous Anonymous said...

For us dinosaurs, how do you launch this particular video?
-Dr. V

At Mon Jan 26, 10:10:00 PM GMT+7, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Let's not forget Tom Lester from Oklahoma City.

At Mon Jan 26, 10:13:00 PM GMT+7, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Matt Less was from Arizona not Oklahoma....great player though--originally played qb but was converted to TE

At Tue Jan 27, 01:24:00 AM GMT+7, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Probably mixed up Matt Less with Matt Land, a very good Columbia basketball player a few years ago, who was, indeed, from Tulsa, Oklahoma. On this year's basketball team, forward Blaise Staab is also from Oklahoma. Any other players coming in from the Southwest this year?

At Tue Jan 27, 10:06:00 PM GMT+7, Anonymous Anonymous said...

What I like about the Pinkerton video is how he nonchalantly handed the ball to the official. He didn't act as if he had never seen the end zone before. I like his stride as well. He has a nice easy long stride and decent height for a WR.


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