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Texas mauler has star label

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Tyler (Texas) Lee standout Ciron Black has not yet decided upon which program he will begin his collegiate career, but his options are numerous and his future is as bright as the star label he is carrying into his senior season.
With offers from LSU, Texas and Texas Tech, the 6-foot-5, 320-pound offensive lineman projects as a tackle in college where his pass blocking skills will make him a potential dominate college lineman.
Lee coach Mike Owens knows he is the complete package.
“He is a dominating pass blocker and as explosive as they come,” Owen said. “Ciron is a disciplined but aggressive hammer. He will finish, you don’t want to be standing around during the play.”
When asked what Black needs to improve upon this season, Owens said he just needed to improve overall.
“Ciron just needs to continue getting better and concentrating on his academics,” Owens said. “He may well end up playing the NFL, he is that good.”
Balck’s parents are clear that they want their son to get a solid education.
“We are so blessed that Ciron can get a quality education first,” said Ronnie Black, Ciron’s father.
Regardless of where this talented prospect embarks upon his college career, he is one to keep an eye on this upcoming season. Tyler Lee will open their season against Port Author Memorial this fall. Black garnered all-district first team and second-team all-state honors as a junior.
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