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NorthEast HS is under new leadership in 2019 as Coach Chad Watson has moved on to the same position closer to where he grew up, in Gallatin Tennessee at “Big G.” In steps Brandon Clark, who was on Watson’s staff anyway, and he will certainly not find the cupboard bare though many of last year’s stars have moved on to play on Saturdays. The Eagles are never hurting for athletes and that is true along its offensive front.
Deonta Wilson is a good looking young right-tackle prospect who has more of a guard’s frame, at least at present. He has long arms and a thin build which indicates to KPGFootball he isn’t done growing and may be a bit of a late developer. Late-developers are coveted in the football world as they often lengthen into the type of giants FBS teams generally deploy across the offensive front.
Wilson got quite a lot of varsity experience in 2018 on a team loaded with talent and looks to play an even more prominent role in the new coach’s plans. Being a little picky here, we would like to see Wilson get more aggressive at the point of attack and play with lower-hips and better pad leverage. That aside, as he matures and strengthens his core, this 6-0, 245-pounder may round into a formidable force with whom to reckon, out of his RT slot, for any defensive lineman to be called upon to contend.
Congratulations to Deonta Wilson, Class of 2022, RT, for being our Meeks & Meeks, Attorneys, Montgomery County Area Player of the Week!
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