Defense shines on Day 1
But a few players on offense managed to make their mark, too
Originally Published: January 2, 2012By Recruiting Nation | ESPN.com
LAKE BUENA VISTA, Fla. -- White team defensive line coach Scott Earley is starting off the New Year in a happy mood. His D-line was dominant from start to finish of the first day of practice for the 2012 UA All-America Game. "There's a lot of raw talent but guys across the board with a very nice skill set," Earley said. "They all have great upside. It was a very good first day."
It starts with the nation's top prospect, defensive end Mario Edwards (Denton, Texas/Billy Ryan). About 20 minutes into practice, it just seemed to click for the 6-foot-4, 270-pound FSU commit and he just took over.
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