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Demario McCall
2017-2018 Football Profile
#30 - Sophomore - Running Back
Season Profiles:  2017 | 2016 | 2015
About Demario McCall
Home Town: North Ridgeville, Ohio
School: North Ridgeville
Height: 5-9
Weight: 193
Forty Yard: 4.34

Measurables
Ht: 5-11 Wt: 180
40-yard dash: 4.34
20-yard shuttle: 
Vertical jump:
Recruiting Ranking
Rivals: 4-Star #2 APB
Scout: 4-Star #5 RB
247Sports: 4-Star #2 APB
ESPN: 4-Star #2 RB

Notable
Two-time Associated Press all-state running back Demario McCall is a consensus 4-star prospect (ESPN, Rivals, Scout, 247Sports) who is highly regarded nationally as a running back and athlete ... ESPN rates McCall as the No. 2 running back in this recruiting class with 247Sports and Rivals ranking him as their respective No. 2 all-purpose backs ... overall, he is ranked No. 38 on the ESPN 300, No. 44 by 247Sports and No. 66 on the Rivals 100 ... the No. 34 player overall by Prepstar and a member of its Dream Team ... missed four games due to injury as a senior, but still managed to rush for 621 yards and score nine touchdowns, including scores on runs of 45, 54, 57, 66, 67 and 76 yards ... named first-team all-state as a junior in 2014 after a 2,302-yard rushing season with 35 touchdowns ... included was a 433-yard-6-touchdown game vs. Elyria Catholic ... helped coach Luke Durbin and North Ridgeville High to its first state playoff appearance since 2009 in 2014 ... had 1,562 yards rushing with 25 touchdowns as a sophomore and was named third-team all-state ... finished with 4,519 career rushing yards and 69 touchdowns, including 94- and 90-yard TDs ... played in the U.S. Army All-American Bowl in January ... is the son of Rhonda Young and Jermaine Bennett.

Offers
Ohio State, Michigan State, Pittsburgh, Tennessee, West Virginia

Compares To
Dontre Wilson, Parris Campbell

Scouting Report
Explosive ball carrier who has experience playing wildcat as well. Great balance and speed. Can bounce off of a tackler and hit top speed quickly. Needs to get stronger in order to be able to do what the H-back position needs to do at Ohio State.

Immediate Projection
Ohio State lists him at 180 pounds, but that might be generous. He is going to need to get stronger and a redshirt year will allow that.

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