Snell is a slightly larger version of Turpin, and having both on the field together will be a nightmare for opposing secondaries.
Snell is one of the fastest players in Texas. At the state track meet, Snell finished second in the Class 5A 100-meter dash with a time of 10.48 seconds, and he ran on Waxahachie's relay teams that finished second in the 4x200 and third in the 4x100.
Some good stuff from Gil here, but I liked this question a lot. It's a testament to how much trust GP has in Meacham and Cumbie.
3. Don’t ask him about replacing Trevone Boykin and Josh Doctson on offense.
In fact, don’t ask him about the TCU offense, period. He’s too busy reformulating the Frogs’ always-tough defense.
So he doesn’t have time to watch the offense, leaving those details to co-coordinators Doug Meacham and Sonny Cumbie.
If you insist upon asking him about the TCU offense, don’t be surprised to hear Patterson begin the answer with, “Well, what I’m hearing is . . . .”
Cornelio is just entering his sophomore season (class of 2019 recruit), but he's already starting to mash at the high school level.
In 20 games for the Eagles this year, Cornelio batted .300 with a home run and 13 RBIs.