Athletics


Coach Info
Name Phone Email
High School Kelly Brashear
Physical Attributes
Bench Press (max) Vertical jump Wingspan
300 - -
Football Honors

Started varsity since freshman. Havent missed one game. Teams avoided my side of the field as a sophmore. Been to many camps, all coachs say i will be a top recruit my senior year. Work with a trainer 2days of a week. Football team 3 days. And a professional lifter one day. Getting some minor D1 recruiting this offseason.

Football Additional

I also am a D1 calibor wrestler. Sophmore record was 29-4.

Academics


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High School
WASHINGTON HIGH SCHOOL
School City
WASHINGTON
School State
IN
Guidance Counselor
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Class Size
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School Size
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Class Rank
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School Division
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Major Category
Health Professions and Related Sciences
Major
Pharmacy, Pharmaceutical Sciences, and Admin.
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Personal


First Name
Ben
Last Name
Obaseki
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Gender
M
Height
6'4"
Weight
255
Birthdate
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Personal Highlights

Sophmore, started varsity as a freshman. Havent missed one single game this far. I am being recruited by some D1 colleges. I wrestle my sophmore record was 29-4. Got hurt first round of sectionals and couldnt advance. My squat is 400 my bench is 300. I work with a personal trainer two days of the week. My football team 3 days of the week. And a proffessional lifter 1 day of the week. I play DE T and coach is going to try me at TE this year since im fast for my size with great hands.

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