Kicking It with David Buehler

Guessing that Taylor Mays would finish as the top overall performer in the Trojans’ end-of-spring combine testing doesn’t exactly qualify you for Mensa.  It was only a slightly tougher choice than picking the winner of shark vs. bait. But, in scrolling down the list of the top 11 performers published on petecarroll.com, a few surprises stick out.  Mays’ score of 97 (out of 100) leads the team, but he’s followed closely by Will Harris (96), Michael Morgan (94) and Nick Howell (94).  The player who checks in as the biggest surprise, to everyone except his teammates and himself, sits right in the middle of the list.

Kyle Bunch

Partnerships for R/GA Ventures. Raised in California, adopted by Texas. Opinions expressed here are mine and they are fantastic.

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