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Under the Radar

Under the Radar

Every recruiting year, it's the same story. A number of outstanding prospects are overlooked by just about every school in the country. The reasons are often obscure and counterintuitive, but in the end the result is the same. Somewhere, a school picks up a potential impact player as a walkon. At West Virginia, that could be happening again in the form of a line prospect who will join the Class of 2005.

Lineman Tim Reed of Madison High School in Madison, Oh., was, like many, puzzled by the lack of Division I offers coming his way. "Some schools said I was a little too short," said Reed, who stands more than six feet three inches in height. "That may have been a part of it, I don't know. I was frustrated by that, but I have put it behind me now. When I figured out that I probably wasn't going to...

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