Peppers at 10, which seems low.
Some Firsthand Info On Horn
Jeremy Luchau, one of the moderators at CVHSPreps.com, was kind enough to answer a few questions on new Michigan commitment Avery Horn:
What are his particular strengths and weaknesses?
Avery is a quick (4.4, 4.5 range) and is pretty strong, too. Great breakaway
type back and has the ability to run defenders over. Not really shifty and
not a slashing type back. He has the speed for it, but prefers the straight
ahead style. I once saw him on a KOR break tackles up the sideline, speed by
the rest of the coverage and turn and back pedal the last 20-30 yards or so.
It was pretty amazing.
Are there any D-I or NFL backs that you can compare his running style
I would say he fits into the Denver RB mold, much like [Terrell] Davis.
Is there some potential for him to play defensive backfield or return
He hasn't played much defense in high school. But he is a threat on KOR, the
best that I've seen. I want to say he returned four for a TD last year and
two or three from his soph season.
Thanks again to Jeremy and CVHSPreps.com.