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A look at Seth Littrell’s newest in-state athletes


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The Mean Green wrapped up their 2020 recruiting class with a handful of signees that will be a great addition to their squad on Wednesday during National Signing Day.

A majority of the 13 Texas area signatures came during the early signing period in December. With the 2020 recruitment period coming to a close, North Texas is looking ahead to what will hopefully be a better season than last year’s 4-8 (3-5) record.

Here’s a look at the 13 natives who will be joining in the fall. 

OG, Kade Bond (6’3, 281)
3-Star, Magnolia
Committing to North Texas in June, Bond sealed the deal in December with a signature. According to a 246sports.com composite, Bond is the No. 221 player in the state of Texas and the No . 94 offensive guard in the nation. Bond is a three-time First Team All-District athlete (’17, ’18, ’19) who helped anchor Magnolia’s O-Line for a gain of 2,921 rushing yards, 265.5 yards per game, and 24 rushing touchdowns in 2019. Bond is great at creating a pocket for his quarterback. We can expect to see great blocking coming from this 3-star recruit once he suits up. Bond chose to join the Mean Green squad over offers from five other schools including Texas State, New Mexico State, Louisiana-Monroe and more. 

read more:  http://texashsfootball.com/mean-green-signees-a-look-at-seth-littrells-newest-in-state-athletes/

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From the article (my favorite in this class)

TE, Christian Lee (6’3, 215)
3-Star, Friendswood
Lee is ranked as the No. 214 player in the state of Texas and he No. 77 tight end in the nation according to 247sports.com. In 2019, Lee joined the First Team All-District selection after being on the second team in 2018. During his senior season, Lee brought in 51 receptions for 723 yards and five touchdowns. Lee also accounted for 71 rushing yards on nine carries and two rushing touchdowns. Lee participated in the 2020 Blue-Grey All American Bowl. During his first full season as a tight end in 2018, Lee caught 37 passes for 569 yards and five touchdowns. Mean Green fans can expect to see a lot of receptions from this skilled tight end who could possibly double as a quarterback. Lee played quarterback until the end of his sophomore season in Friendswood. Lee chose North Texas over programs like Louisiana Tech, Texas State, Tulane, Fordham and Illinois State.

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2 hours ago, El Paso Eagle said:

OK, MEAN GREEN NATION  - I have "Dad's" OK, he is now my adopted player 

Really appreciate all the love from Mean Green Nation. Thank y’all for welcoming us with open arms. I promise he won’t disappoint. Y’all got a hell of a player, but don’t take the word for a biased Dad. Wait until you see him on the field!!!

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9 hours ago, KeithLee said:

Really appreciate all the love from Mean Green Nation. Thank y’all for welcoming us with open arms. I promise he won’t disappoint. Y’all got a hell of a player, but don’t take the word for a biased Dad. Wait until you see him on the field!!!

Dad, your job is to bring your tailgaiting “A” game every home game!   

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