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Snapshot Profile: Dante Booker
By Tony Gerdeman

Player: Dante Booker
School: St. Vincent - St. Mary (Akron, OH) Position: Outside Linebacker

Measurables:
Ht: 6-3 Wt: 212
40-yard dash: 4.52
20-yard shuttle: 4.31
Vertical jump: 33.7
Ranking:
Rivals: 4-Star #4 ILB
Scout: 4-Star #4 OLB
247Sports: 5-Star #2 OLB
ESPN: 4-Star #8 OLB

Statistics
2013: 116 tkls
2012: 72 tkls, 6 sks
2011: 157 tkls, 14 sks

Notable
Army All-American; 2013 Ohio Mr. Football; USA Today First-Team All-American, First-Team All-State as a junior and senior.

Offers
Ohio State, Michigan, Tennessee, Oklahoma, Penn State, Notre Dame, Nebraska, Maryland, Illinois

Compares To
Bobby Carpenter, Thaddeus Gibson

Scouting Report
Per John McCallister, Booker is a very good athlete who runs well. He is explosive and can get from sideline to sideline. He thinks he could eventually grow into a defensive end and really blossom. He bounced back as a senior after having a bit of a dip as a junior.

Immediate Projection
Projected as a strongside linebacker initially, he could be in the two-deep pretty quickly. However, projections will likely change once everybody gets to campus. The Buckeyes don't normally play more than three or four linebackers in any given game, and they'll have at least that many ahead of Booker. He may make it into the two-deep, but playing time will be another issue.
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