Take direct paths to the ball and ball carrier while also possessing great timing to meet the receiver when the ball does. Experience playing in the slot and is not afraid to overlap when he feels the ball may be coming his way. Proved during both the NFLPA and Senior Bowls that he will be a playmaker at the next level. Production in terms of interceptions and big plays was through the roof during his time in college. Rushed downhill and will always go for the sure leg tackle when pursuing the ball carrier. Also possesses the ability to be a punt and kick returner if needed. Weakness Lacks the size many look for in a center field type of safety. Will struggle to match up and outleap many of the leagues taller receivers. Will need to add weight if he wants to remain a physical presence on the field. Quicker than he is fast. Tight hipped and barely lifts feet off the ground when running, something that will cause issues when he is in pursuit.
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Real Estate Literacy volunteers are making a difference Contributed photo Volunteers role play a tutoring session in a training exercise. Posted: Wednesday, April 12, 2017 12:15 am Literacy volunteers are making a difference HUDSON Since the January debut of the online training platform, Literacy Connections of the Hudson Valley in Columbia and Greene Counties has been able to double the number of active volunteer tutors in only three months! The number of students on the waiting list for a tutor has been drastically reduced. Students who had been waiting for months to be matched are finally back on track to pursuing their educational dreams. While these developments are tremendous, Literacy Connections still has a long time to go in a very short time. In keeping with the mission of Literacy Connections of being volunteer-based, volunteers are sought to take our very accessible training and fill important teaching vacancies at our Hudson site. Volunteer teams need to be recruited to work with group classes who are learning English as a second language in Hudson, and eventually in other areas as well. For years, area adult literacy students have depended on the consistency of the English as a Second Language (or ESL) classes held at the Hudson Area Library on Wednesday evenings from 6-8 p.m. and Thursday mornings 10 a.m.-noon.
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