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    8 year old Reggie Bush.

    This kid is 8 years old and already looks good. Especially for a white kid


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    Re: 8 year old Reggie Bush.

    That was freaking insane...


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    Re: 8 year old Reggie Bush.

    holy !#$^! that kid has raw raw incredible talent..


    can't wait to see the news clips in 7 years.. he'll be a HS star.. drafted before college!!

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    Re: 8 year old Reggie Bush.

    "digital420" wrote:
    holy !#$^! that kid has raw raw incredible talent..


    can't wait to see the news clips in 7 years.. he'll be a HS star.. drafted before college!!

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    That is not allowed, unless he elects not to go to college. You have to have been out of HS for 3 years before you're eligible for the NFL-draft.

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    Re: 8 year old Reggie Bush.

    He has nice moves.

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    Re: 8 year old Reggie Bush.

    lol, that was fun to watch.
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    Re: 8 year old Reggie Bush.

    They all seemed so far ahead of the game for 8th graders.

    Even their coaching.

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    Re: 8 year old Reggie Bush.

    LOL.
    That kid is pretty good.
    Some of his blockers were pretty good too.
    That is a pretty organized team for a bunch of eight year olds.
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    Re: 8 year old Reggie Bush.

    His cuts are amazingly smoot, and he's got a vision downfield which makes him make something out of nothing, thats a playmaker right there..


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    Re: 8 year old Reggie Bush.

    That kid is awesome, but he is not 8 years old....

    He's 13 years old and plays for Los Alamitos Griffins, who have gone to the Pop Warner Superbowl two seasons in a row. Anybody with minimal football brains can see the real talent here is the coaching. Look at the blocking schemes taught to the o-line, the receivers and especially #20. I'm not saying Cody isn't good, he is. But this entire team is packed with talent.

    From the coaches mouth himself ----

    "Cody is NOT 8 years old, he is 13 years old. The film fottage you’re watching is from our season last year (when he was 12years). They are of our first Regional game agaiinst Valencia Park (San Diego, CA); and our 2 Pop Warner Superbowl games vs Holliston Panthers (Red and white) and the San Marin Colts (Green and Yellow). We won all three of those games to go 15-0 and become the 2006 Pop Warner National Champions D-2 PEE WEE level (Warner Bracket).

    The coaching he received and the players surrounding him were just as great. The prior 2 years, Cody played for another team, along with #20 that first year, and they amassed only 2 touchdowns in those years. The offensive line in front of him were outsized all year, and yet they were able to open up holes that a Mac-truck could go thru untouched. They were, and are, ALL awesome.

    In closing please, know that Cody was a part of a GREAT team that did amazing things (last year was our second trip to Florida (back to Back) to coompete for the national Championship). All the players and their families made the coaching experience beyond phenominal. I am pleased, to know and have worked with them all. I do sincerely hope that this serves to clear up any misconceptions about Cody and the rest of 2006 Los Alamitos PEE WEE GRIFFINS!

    SIncerely,

    Christopher Austin"

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