Thursday, May 05, 2011

New Name

Chris Proctor

Thanks to a loyal and alert reader, we’ve learned of another incoming frosh, OL Chris Proctor from the Pine Crest School in Fort Lauderdale.

You can see Proctor’s highlight reel here.

Proctor is a big reason why Pinecrest’s Traveon Henry is one of the best running backs in the state of Florida.

At 6”6 and 258 pounds, Proctor has done his best work as a Left Tackle, a position that has to concern Lion fans in the near future with 2-time 1st Team All Ivy LT Jeff Adams entering his senior season this fall.

NFF Honors

Eight graduation football seniors, Dan Cohen, Alex Gross, Nico Gutierrez, Marc Holloway, Nathan Lenz, Adam Mehrer, Matt Stotler and Augie Williams, have all been named to the National Football Foundation's 2011 Hampshire Honor Society.

As we always say when we acknowledge our outstanding graduates: "they really deserved better" when it comes to wins on the field.

But they will find that their time at Columbia will earn them a lot of meaningful wins down the road... big time.


At Thu May 05, 08:57:00 AM GMT+7, Anonymous Anonymous said...

OL Carey Parker from San Antonio

At Thu May 05, 06:35:00 PM GMT+7, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Appears to be another solid offensive lineman from Texas. We have had some good ones at Columbia. Parker made the Class 5A All Area Team and was his team's captain. I love this kid's size (6-6". 285) and the way he pushes people around on film. We seem to have recruited an outstanding group of offensive linemen.

At Thu May 05, 08:49:00 PM GMT+7, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Proctor looks like we can line him up at TE with his size and speed.

At Fri May 06, 07:31:00 AM GMT+7, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Our unofficial list of incoming football recruits has Sean Coffinger playing linebacker at Columbia, but he played a number of other positons in high school including tight end, where he was named to the All-Region Team in Arizona. From what I have read about him, he seems to be an outstanding all-around athlete who has excelled in three different sports in high school--football, basketball and volleyball. With his strong athletic background, size (6'5," 210) and often-described toughness, I see Coffinger as more likely to be playing tight end for the Lions this fall than linebacker.

At Fri May 06, 09:08:00 AM GMT+7, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Agree about Coffinger -- we need help at tight end, and he has excelled at that position.


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