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Texas Tech Links: Clark Makes Outland List; Reed is a Freak; Fehoko & Ulu-Perry

Le'Raven Clark makes the Outland Trophy Watch List. Rylan Reed is an absolute freak. Texas Tech commit Brieden Fehoko has been talking to Fred Ulu-Perry.


I think everyone is tired because there aren't very many stories out there this morning. We still have The Summer Preview of the West Virginia Mountaineers coming up later this afternoon.

Clark to the Outland Trophy Watch List. Congrats to Le'Raven Clark for being named as on the preseason Outland Trophy Watch List!

Campus Photos. I forgot to post these yesterday and they're just terrific (as always) as Totally Texas Tech has some new campus photos, as as posted in FanPost, the old SWC Circle looks to be similar (you can also go to his site), if not the same as before, which is cool, because it is a bit of history.

Freaks of the Last Decade. Rylan Reed was named as one of Bruce Feldman's freaks from the last decade for his incredibly athletic ability:

Then, he had to overcome a bout with cancer where he had part of his colon removed. He signed with Tech as a 6-7, 270-pound tight end but grew into an imposing 300-pounder who benched a school-record 625 pounds. Reed also was more than just a weight-room warrior. In the Gator Bowl, he helped contain Virginia's Chris Long to three tackles and no sacks.

Fehoko Makes Top 10. Texas Tech commit DT Breiden Fehoko was one of the top 10 performers according to Scout at The Opening:

Breiden Fehoko, Defensive Tackle - Honolulu (Hawaii) Farrington
The Red Raider commitment was the most vocal and fierce competitor from the defensive line group at the Linemen Challenge. He was quick in his first step, powerful in driving the blocker towards the quarterback and ruthless in his finishes. When opponents were preparing for his power rush, he showed good technique and lateral quickness for more wins.

Fehoko Talks About Ulu-Perry. Fehoko is also talking to fellow Hawaiian guard Fred Ulu-Perry about Texas Tech, where he will hope to make an official visit:

Obviously when Texas Tech is brought up, there's a natural connection. Fehoko is already verbally committed to the Red Raiders. "They told me all about Lubbock, Texas," Ulu-Perry said of Fehoko's pitch to join him in the Lone Star State. "Breiden told me it's desert, but it's all business. I don't care about all these big-time cities and stuff. There's just one reason to go there, and it's strictly business. He explained to me about all the dorms and it's pretty cool. I can live off-campus and get paid every month. That would be cool, and it would even be cooler dorming with Breiden if I went there. I want to take a visit. I haven't been to the campus but Breiden has told me all about it, and his older brothers too."

Johnson Still Favors Texas Tech. Good news in that New Orleans WR Tyron Johnson still lists Texas Tech as a favorite although LSU is making a push:

Tyron Johnson still lists Texas Tech high on list, but LSU is coming hard. The Tigers are an in-state school and he is very comfortable with the staff there. He is also taking a strong look at Oklahoma State and Texas A&M.

And the article also mentions that Arkansas WR K.J. Hill is also considering Texas Tech.