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Griffin's ceremony was this morning at Terry HS. Here is a pic from the event. On a sidenote, that soldier holding the jersey with him is freakishly tall.
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He is a surefire NFL talent. Not one doubt. Him not being a 5 star is a travesty.
Is that David Ubben on the right?
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If he's going to the Army AA game, likely his grades are in order (more or less)? I do not believe they invite kids with really poor grades -- that's my understanding. Is that correct?
I was just thinking the same thing media guy
Didn't Tim Wright play last year?
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How tall is he? I have seen from 6-4 to 6-8
He's 6ft 5 and 5/8 inches
I'd give Griffin all of 6-6, maybe 6-7. He's certainly not 6-4.
Griffin is going to qualify...hopefully this staff holds on for him
Where you gettin this info from BigTimin?
I was on the Army Selection committee and we invited him over a year ago. This ceremony today does not mean his grades are in order. I'm also not saying they're not. There have been plenty of Army All-Americans before, though, that have had to go the JUCO route. Quincy Russell is one that you guys are familiar with. Last year, Brian Nance had to go to prep school.
I agree with Aubrey. When I saw him at the Harrison twins announcement, I'd say he was 6-6.5
No, Tim Wright was not an Army All-American. I think he may have played in the Semper Fi Bowl.
At a basketball camp this summer Griffin checked in at north of 6'6" and 228 pounds.
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