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Scouting Travis McCall
Still considered a prime recruiting target by Alabama, Travis McCall (6-2, 235, 4.75) hardly had his name called at all during the playoff game we scouted between Prattville High School and Baldwin County. But Coach Bill Clark knows what wins on the high school level, and McCall best suited his needs by blocking virtually the entire game from his tight end position. For the most part the nearest McCall got to the ball all night was on the frequent occasions when Prattville ball carriers would follow his block around end. It's certainly hard to argue with the offensive strategy. Prattville won that game 29-0 in dominating fashion. "We're a running team," McCall explained afterwards. "Most nights we didn't need to throw the ball. My coach used me almost exclusively as a blocker, but that wasn't a problem. Not at all." Travis McCall showed his pass-catching skills during warm-ups. Before the game the Prattville native showed soft hands, catching passes during warm-ups. But once the...
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