Hybrid OLB/DE type among the very best at his position in Kentucky
Hard to argue with the prowess of an OLB/DE screaming off the edge and making the plays in the offensive backfield this particular prospect makes. This guy can flat play and is someone for whom opponents have to account in scouting reports. Word to the wise…Fletcher W. Long, Senior Scout KPGFootball
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Today we honor ’23 DE/OLB (which is the same position depending on the defense’s scheme, Cameron “Cam” Norfleet, from Louisville, Kentucky’s Ballard High School. Norfleet’s Ballard High is very close to a couple of Louisville, Kentucky branches. One of the branches is located on 3901 Shelbyville Road and the other is at 1900 Colonel Sanders Lane.
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Cameron “Cam” Norfleet had quite a junior season in ’21. One can hardly wait to see what ’22 might bring.
Cam Norfleet has been consistently listed in the 6’0″ to 6’1″ range and weighs in the neighborhood of 200-pounds. Norfleet’s 40-yard dash time is close to 5-flat and he shuttles around the 4.8-second mark.
Last year, anchoring one side of the Bruins defensive front, Norfleet registered 55-tackles. Norfleet also contributed 20-TFLs, 12 QB-sacks, and a fumble recovery in route to an all-Louisville area selection by the commonwealth’s most circulated periodical, The Courier-Journal.
That is a ton of plays in an offensive backfield for anyone to make. Making the all-Louisville area team encapsulates a lot of players and a densely populated talent-base of college ready prospects in football or any other sport.
Norfleet is back in ’22 and this year he doesn’t have Jadarion Smith on the other side of him drawing the doubles. Jadarion Smith, officially known far and wide as the “Edge Beast,” a nom de guerre entirely appropriate considering his enormous skills, has taken his talents to the college game.
Norfleet will be drawing the attention this year. From what we have seen of this guy’s junior film, that will be just fine by him.
Congratulations to Cameron Norfleet for his Revolutionary Play which has earned him this week’s recognition from the fastest growing bank in the Commonwealth of Kentucky…your friends at Independence Bank.
This is HB Lyon reporting for Kentucky Prep Gridiron reminding you that WE’RE JUST CALLING IT LIKE WE SEE IT!