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Player: Masry Mapieu
Hometown: McCool Junction, Nebraska
School: York
Position: Defensive Tackle
Height: 6-5
Weight: 293
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Offers: Iowa, Iowa State, Nebraska, UCF, UCLA
Visits: 6/17/16 - Friday Night Lights; 9/3/16 vs. Fresno State; 9/17/16 vs. Oregon; 10/1/16 vs. Illinois; 10/22/16 vs. Purdue; 4/15/17 - Spring Game; 6/16/17 - Friday Night Lights; 10/9/17 vs. Wisconsin

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247 Composite: #858 Overall; #61 DT; .8434; :star :star :star

Rivals: #38 DT :star :star :star
247: #82 DT; :star :star :star
Scout: #34 DT; :star :star :star
ESPN: #42 DT; :star :star :star

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Looks like a decent prospect. With that size already there's tons of potential.

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GBR! Welcome Masry Mapieu! I read he's pretty new to football but learning quick. Ultimate goal to make it to the NFL and I'm sure working with Parrella for 4 years he'll be in a position to do just that

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Hopefully we get more info on this kids recruitment in the coming days, especially what parrella's sell to him was, i am curious if they sold him on playing him at the nose in this 4-3 we have currently with an eye to for him to than run the two gap in nose in a 3-4 in the future? As we have heard them sell to other players like Miller.

 

It's hard telling right now cuz the kid has the size and speed to play either just fine.

Can't believe this kid isn't ranked by any service yet. His tape is very solid.

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Hopefully we get more info on this kids recruitment in the coming days, especially what parrella's sell to him was, i am curious if they sold him on playing him at the nose in this 4-3 we have currently with an eye to for him to than run the two gap in nose in a 3-4 in the future? As we have heard them sell to other players like Miller.

 

It's hard telling right now cuz the kid has the size and speed to play either just fine.

Can't believe this kid isn't ranked by any service yet. His tape is very solid.

Nebraska contains some solid individual athletes. Denying that would be a lie.

 

Saying a Nebraska high schooler's tape is solid is a stretch. Nebraska football competition wise is sh#t.

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Rivals sized him up at their Kansas City camp and called him one of their top underclassmen: https://n.rivals.com/news/rcs-kansas-city-top-underclassmen

 

 

 

Mapieu is a young defensive tackle who has been blessed with outstanding size and physical attributes, and will certainly benefit from a few more years of experience and development. Listed at 6-foot-5 and 270 pounds, Mapieu knows how to use his size and strength to his advantage. If he gets the finer points of the position down, the Nebraskan could become a very highly-targeted prospect.
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Hopefully we get more info on this kids recruitment in the coming days, especially what parrella's sell to him was, i am curious if they sold him on playing him at the nose in this 4-3 we have currently with an eye to for him to than run the two gap in nose in a 3-4 in the future? As we have heard them sell to other players like Miller.

 

It's hard telling right now cuz the kid has the size and speed to play either just fine.

Can't believe this kid isn't ranked by any service yet. His tape is very solid.

Nebraska contains some solid individual athletes. Denying that would be a lie.

 

Saying a Nebraska high schooler's tape is solid is a stretch. Nebraska football competition wise is sh#t.

 

 

yea so i think you misunderstand what i mean by solid. Which is fine because i have never interacted with you before today so let me educate you on how i rate tape.

 

When i say a kids tape looks solid, than in the tape the kid has shown physical/mental abilities in that tape that I associate with a division 1 football player on an acceptable level and doesn't show many if any deficiencies. I don't really see any serious deficiencies in his game except that it wouldn't hurt if he worked on getting off the ball a little quicker and improving his agility some.

 

But as solid would suggest i don't think this kid is going to walk right in and win a starting job year one either, if i thought that i would have described his tape as 'great', or 'amazing'. Instead his tape is just solid, he will likely have to red shirt and develop under parrella, if people wagered on this sort of thing my money is that would see him some as a red shirt freshman but that he would start his sophmore or junior year.

 

Yes the level of competition for Nebraska football is right what you would expect for a rural low population area, but that being said a kid can still have solid tape. And this young man does, and right now UCLA and Iowa think so too............. well lets just say UCLA does, Iowa doesn't count.

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Hopefully we get more info on this kids recruitment in the coming days, especially what parrella's sell to him was, i am curious if they sold him on playing him at the nose in this 4-3 we have currently with an eye to for him to than run the two gap in nose in a 3-4 in the future? As we have heard them sell to other players like Miller.

 

It's hard telling right now cuz the kid has the size and speed to play either just fine.

Can't believe this kid isn't ranked by any service yet. His tape is very solid.

Nebraska contains some solid individual athletes. Denying that would be a lie.

 

Saying a Nebraska high schooler's tape is solid is a stretch. Nebraska football competition wise is sh#t.

 

 

yea so i think you misunderstand what i mean by solid. Which is fine because i have never interacted with you before today so let me educate you on how i rate tape.

 

When i say a kids tape looks solid, than in the tape the kid has shown physical/mental abilities in that tape that I associate with a division 1 football player on an acceptable level and doesn't show many if any deficiencies. I don't really see any serious deficiencies in his game except that it wouldn't hurt if he worked on getting off the ball a little quicker and improving his agility some.

 

But as solid would suggest i don't think this kid is going to walk right in and win a starting job year one either, if i thought that i would have described his tape as 'great', or 'amazing'. Instead his tape is just solid, he will likely have to red shirt and develop under parrella, if people wagered on this sort of thing my money is that would see him some as a red shirt freshman but that he would start his sophmore or junior year.

 

Yes the level of competition for Nebraska football is right what you would expect for a rural low population area, but that being said a kid can still have solid tape. And this young man does, and right now UCLA and Iowa think so too............. well lets just say UCLA does, Iowa doesn't count.

 

Alright buddy, I wasn't judging your ability to grade tape. Fair definition. Relax, keyboard warrior. We're all good here.

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