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UNLV 2010 Football Recruit Analysis: Week 7 - Recruits 19-21

This is the seventh article of an eight part "Recruiting Trip" that will describe each UNLV football recruit. Each separate article will start off with the same introduction.

UNLV has a wide variety of recruits this year, as this coming year will be Bobby Hauck's first year as UNLV head coach. This class ranges from Defensive Ends to Running Backs and shows promise in almost every recruit. He impressed many people, including myself, in the job he did in such a short period.

Hauck was put in the top 25 recruiters by ESPN, given the late start he had, and that deserves some recognition in itself. His highest recruit that he signed was given a 75 by Scouts, Inc. and was a 3 star recruit, but when your coming from a team that went 5-7 its past 2 years and has literally no prestige under its belt, thats not a bad job of recruiting.

List of 2010 Recruits, their upsides, their downsides, and statistics:

 

Name: Kenneth Penny

School: UNLV

Position: Athletic (Not assigned a position yet)

Height/Weight: 5'11" 154 lbs.

High School: Lancaster High School in Lancaster, TX

Other Offers: None

Recruiting Profiles: Rivals, ESPN, Scouts, Max Preps

There was no information to give an evaluation of this recruit.

Name: Brian Roth

School: UNLV

Position: Offensive Tackle

Height/Weight: 6'5" 277 lbs.

High School: El Toro High School in El Toro, CA

Other Offers: San Jose State

Recruiting Profiles: Rivals, ESPN, Scouts, Max Preps

There was no information to give an evaluation on this recruit.

Name: Jordan Sparkman

School: UNLV

Position: Tight End

Height/Weight: 6'5" 230 lbs.

High School: Point Loma High School

Other Offers: None

Recruiting Profiles: Rivals, ESPN, Scouts, Max Preps

There was no information to give an evaluation of this recruit.

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