The first major National camp of the year was held in San Antonio just before the US Army All American Game a week ago. In attendance are always some of the best athletes out of the Pacific NW. The trip is not cheap so few make it down but we are checking in with some of kids that did. One of those guys is 5’11”- 228 lb Full Back and Linebacker Bobak Hejazi out of Lakewood High School in Washington. Head Coach Dan Teeter has some real talent on his squad and Hejazi is one of those guys.
A hard hitting rough and tumble fundamental player, Hejazi had a good time.
“I tested well, could have done better. Overall it was a good experience.”
We heard from other kids that some of the event was taken outside into 39 degree weather and it is hard to run much of a 40 or turn in a fast shuttle in that weather.
Once the testing in the Combine portion of the event is over the players go into a 1 on 1 battle mode and things really heat up.
“I did really well in the 1-1’s,” said Bobak. “I was only burned once!”
The hard working student athlete posted some punishing proof of this ability to stuff offenses on film and showcased freight train explosive blocking at H Back. See that Film here:
We will continue our coverage on his progress in the two seasons ahead and you can get his contact info and all his film and numbers right here or just
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