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    Whoooohoooo!!!! Welcome aboard. I hope you lay out many a prima donna pac 12 reciever

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    I like how he doesn't assume his teammates are going to make a tackle. He just makes it himself.

    and when you have guy with the long hair coming out the back of his helmet on your team (mostly played linebacker.) You know he sucks at tackling, so you are gonna have to get it done.
    This.

    JE is bringing in guys that finish the play. Hopefully Embree made a good decision to offer the kid and he turns into a multi-year starter, but he has the potential of making the team tougher. We definitely need that, but in 2+ years when he plays every guy on the team should be like that.

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    I read that he ran a 11.64 in the 100m at a California track event in March. Certainly fast enough for a safety.

    KYLE TRAMMEL, JR., SILVERADO
    Trammel earned the reputation as one of the hardest hitters in the High Desert at safety this year while racking up 108 tackles and two interceptions.
    “He made kids not want to touch the ball,” Posey said.
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    Wondering if he is the only safety we take (if he even ends up at safety).
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    Welcome Kyle!!!

    Just some stuff from some searching this morning...

    December 2011 article. http://hdsportspass.freedomblogging....prep-football/
    Picking an Athlete of the Year can sometimes be an internal wrestling match. Often two or even three players separate themselves from the pack. Making the choice from there can be tough.
    And then there are times when the decision is clear as day, just it was with year’s football defensive AOY Victor Iosefa.

    • Simply put, Iosefa was the best player on the best defense in the area.


    • He was pretty much a unanimous selection from the coaches we talked to. Iosefa made plays and had to be accounted for in each game. Even while the Hawks were mired in a 5-game losing streak to start the season, he was a factor.


    • He was arguably the second-best defensive player in the area last year. With Silverado’s Jimmy Musgrave and Oak Hills’ Aaron Woodard graduated and Iosefa living up to reputation he’d set after two years of varsity play, the choice seemed pretty clear.


    • The next player getting attention from coaches was Iosefa’s teammate safety Kyle Trammel. Trammel was an impact player for Hawks, no doubt, but to be honest, at the high school level it’s going to be tougher for someone in the defensive backfield to outshine a linebacker or defensive lineman. Trammel was certainly someone that helped make that Silverado defense as good as it was, but I think Iosefa really catapulted the Hawks to a new level when he arrived at the school.

    November 18, 2011 http://www.vvdailypress.com/articles...ctorville.html
    “We figured that he was their biggest weapon so we figured out little things and techniques to try to stop him and play smart,” said Silverado junior safety Kyle Trammel, who picked up a key fourth quarter interception. “I always tell my teammates don’t worry about what just happened because that’s football. It’s football, you are (going to get scored on) so keep your head up and look forward to the next play.”
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    Coach Brown has never been too concerned about the size of his safeties, but he likes long corners. This kid seems like a guided missile on his highlight tape, but there's nothing of him in coverage. At the very least, he should compete for special teams points early in his career.
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    He probably doesn't have any other offers because all the other BCS programs knew he was going to CU, so they didn't bother.

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    This one is going to be an interesting one to follow. The last few years when Hawkins took guys who were off the radar it normally was because they were guys who simply weren't good enough to warrant attention from major schools. Most failed to develop into major conference quality BCS players and our talent level as a team suffered because of it.

    Embree and staff seem to be placing a lot of emphasis on guys who may not be high on the radar but who they see as having high ceilings in terms of development. This kid looks like he has the speed, intelligence, and agressiveness to develop into a quality player. At the same time he certainly has questions about his size.

    It will be interesting to watch him in his senior year to see if he steps up and makes the staff look like they are ahead of the curve or if he ends up as one that we wonder what the staff is doing. I will be pulling for the first option.

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    I seems that the staff found a guy with the combination of speed, quickness, and tackling ability, who would be the 5th or 6th db against some of the wide-open offenses employed by conference teams. With some experience playing nickel, etc., he should be able to transition to safety in a couple of years.

    Someone indicated that he's another Parker Orms, which might be a good comparison. Orms did okay roaming the middle of the defensive secondary, and it seems that he may be ready to be a FS.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BuffsNYC View Post
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    Coach Brown has never been too concerned about the size of his safeties, but he likes long corners. This kid seems like a guided missile on his highlight tape, but there's nothing of him in coverage. At the very least, he should compete for special teams points early in his career.
    Nice catch. Against the Pac12 offenses we see and are going to see (now with Wazzou going to the spread) this is going to be key for all safeties. 1 on 1 coverages are going to be vital for us to have any good success in the league.

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    I think his film reiterates the staff's mantra on defense of gang tackling and playing to the whistle. he clearly does that every play.

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    It was Mahnke. That was awesome!
    Yep that was Mahnke's lone highlight of his career, the rest were him getting dragged by te's 10 yards or so. Welcome Mr. Trammel. Dont know alot about him yet but, from the looks of it, he isnt afraid to hit. Cant have too many dbs in football these days.

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