WEEK 2: James Madison vs. St. Francis
FCS powerhouse JMU boasts several notable prospects on the NFL radar, including defensive end Ron’dell Carter, who possesses prototypical size and strength. His ability to consistently generate a pass-rush and bully his opponent was an impressive display. The former Rutgers recruit certainly checked off a lot of boxes on the evening.
In the secondary, Dukes cornerback Rashad Robinson showed no ill-effects from his foot injury, which kept him out for the entire 2018 season. Two years ago, Robinson feasted on opposing quarterbacks, collecting seven interceptions. His footwork and change of direction appear to be restored. After the impact that former teammate Jimmy Moreland (seventh round pick by Redskins in 2019) has made thus far early on in his NFL career, scouts will want to pay attention to ‘Double R.’
Was impressed with how well @JMUFootball CB Rashad Robinson looked coming off injury. His change of direction/mirror skills were on point.
It was fun to watch him get physical in press man coverage which frustrated some of the bigger opposing WRs.
— Ric Serritella (@RicSerritella) September 9, 2019
While this game was over almost as quickly as it began, Saint Francis offensive guard Christian Eubanks made the most of his efforts, holding ground against Carter and Co. A four-year starter for the Red Flash, Eubanks has started at both tackle and guard during his career. A football and wrestling standout at Reynoldsburg High School in Ohio, his grappling skills in the trenches were noticeable.
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