Profile for 2013 U of M Commit Gareon Conley

Jon Jennings, UMGoBlog.com: “Great size for a corner at 6’1″. Conley still needs to fill out that frame however he’ll have time to do so. As a corner, Conley reacts well to the ball when it is in the air. When the ball is up for grabs, he uses his size well and gets to it at its highest point. He has decent recovery speed however appears to be better while in zone then man. Plays with confidence which is always good for a corner. Don’t mistake this kid as a potential safety, he is a true corner at the next level.”

Gareon Conley - RivalsMassillon Tigers

Name: Gareon Conley

Position: Cornerback

Height & Weight: 6’2” 170 lbs.

High School: Massillon Washington Tigers (OH)

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HIGHLIGHTS

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QUOTES

Why Michigan: “Michigan was basically the only school I was looking at. The coaches always communicate very well, and I just really like these coaches. I don’t want them to think that I’m waiting to hold out. I just wanted to get this over with and make my decision.”

ANALYSIS

Jon Jennings, UMGoBlog.com: “Great size for a corner at 6’1″. Conley still needs to fill out that frame however he’ll have time to do so. As a corner, Conley reacts well to the ball when it is in the air. When the ball is up for grabs, he uses his size well and gets to it at its highest point. He has decent recovery speed however appears to be better while in zone then man. Plays with confidence which is always good for a corner. Don’t mistake this kid as a potential safety, he is a true corner at the next level.”

Tom Greene, Scout.com: “One of the top sleeper prospects in Ohio for the class of 2013, Conley has the skills to play cornerback at the college level. He has great speed and the hip turn necessary in man coverage.”

Allen Trieu, Scout.com: “Conley has great length for a corner. He runs, changes directions and shows the fluidity to play the position even though he’s a little taller than average. He has outstanding instincts and gets the jump on routes because of his timing and anticipation. Shows comfort in both man and zone schemes. Has good ball skills and height helps him with taller receivers. Needs to get stronger, but is a solid, aggressive tackler.”

 

 

STATS

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2011 (Jr.)Washington H.S.3034

 

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