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Recruiting on the South Plains | 2013 LB JaCarthy Mack Commits to Texas Tech

Defensive end and linebacker JaCarthy Mack is an outside linebacker or eventual defensive committed to Texas Tech along with King H.S. teammates Joshua Outlaw and D.J. Polite-Bray.

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PLAYER: JaCarthy Mack

POSITION: Linebacker / Defensive End
HEIGHT: 6'3"
FORTY: 4.88
HIGH SCHOOL: King (Lithonia, GA)
VIDEO: Clip 1
RECRUITING SERVICES: Rivals 5.6 | Scout | ESPN 77 | 24/7 Sports 80
VTM PROFILE DATE: February 11, 2013

OFFERS | Akron, East Carolina, Kansas St., LA Lafayette, Louisville, Rutgers, South Carolina, Texas Tech, Vanderbilt, Wake Forest

STATS | Per the LAJ, 65 tackles, six tackles for loss and seven his senior year.

THE PLAYER SPEAKS | Again. Nothing.

SCOUTING REPORT | I really don't know what to think of Mack because of his size in that he's tall, but really lean for a linebacker. It makes sense that he came off the edge in high school, but he won't have the luxury of being that fast in college. I'm trying to envision Mack in two years and where he would play and with 20 or 25 more pounds. I think he's a candidate to play as some sort of rush end or something to that effect. Much like his teammate from King H.S., he's really athletic and I do like that. And he's fast. It will be interesting to see if Mack can add weight without affecting his speed all of that much. I'd also argue that Mack is as athletic as any player that's committed.

Jacarthy, welcome to Texas Tech and Git Your Guns Up!