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The Greenbrier Bobcats will boast the return in 2019 of one of the lengthier edge targets to either work either the middle or down the field in the offensive passing-game when they get ready for play this next Fall. In addition to his efforts catching passes he is deployed defensively preventing receptions and is equally a weapon there.
Gavin Ledbetter is a combination split-end/defensive-back, returning for one last tour of duty in 2019 as he is set to graduate in 2020. Ledbetter, with both his size (6-4, 185 pounds), and length is a player we believe is anatomically well-suited for either deployment. We could even see him beefing up at the collegiate level and playing TE or even DE.
Ledbetter, who wears number “85” for the Bobcats, is pretty fast (4.9 second 40-yard sprint), pretty strong (210 pound bench press, 5 reps at the high school combine weight on the bench press of 185-pounds), and fairly explosive (315 pound squat; nearly 200-pound power-clean). His length and height will shave a few tenths of a second off his 40-time figuratively as his ability to either get down the field or cover down the field improve with both his height and reach.
Offensively, at split-end, he can go up and take footballs out of the air over top well-placed defenders. Defensively, at safety or corner, his height and length makes it difficult for opposing QBs to fit a ball over him to downfield receivers.
As for his toughness and willingness to get down and dirty while mixing it up between the chalk lines, well Greenbrier has no complaints in that area. In fact, Ledbetter is not only a football star for the Bobcats but we hear he isn’t a bad wrestler either. Ledbetter mans the 170-pound weight division for the varsity wrestling squad and does so with quite the aplomb.
Congratulations, to Gavin Ledbetter for being selected this week’s Stewart Williams Furniture Company’s Robertson County Player of the Week. Join us next week as we anoint a new recipient.
Reporting for KPGFootball, this is Fletcher Long reminding all of you ballers out there that #WeGotUCovered and to PLAY THROUGH THE WHISTLE.
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