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10' MD LB Joshua Alaeze-Melvins Bro

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  • 10' MD LB Joshua Alaeze-Melvins Bro

    Many sites have him as a top 250 recruit nationaly and is on the ESPN 150 watch list as well as the Rivals 250(I think). I am from the Baltimore-DC metro area and i would like to know how many would rate him,(* wise).Though i know to be among the top 250 or so in the nation means your a talented athlete, i believe he will be slighted in the near future due to the problems his brother faced. Just looking for opinions, please nothing beyond neccessary.

    This is a link to his highlight tape.

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    Put the same post in the 2010 thread. That seems to be were everybody communicates at.



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