You want to talk about tough? Four-star tight end Chris Barrett (6-5, 250, 4.5) from Tustin, Calif., dislocated his elbow and only missed one game. He didn’t even feel the pain until after the game and he decided to go to the doctor.
Tonight will be Barrett’s second game back and Tustin after a sluggish start is now 2-1 in league and in a good position for a strong playoff run.
Barrett has ten sacks from his defensive end position and has been a bruising blocker from as a wingback.
Barrett has over 20 offers and he is still undecided on his trips.
“I had one visit set to Oregon, but I will have to reschedule that trip,” Barrett said. “Florida, LSU, Notre Dame, Ohio State and the entire Pac10 are in the picture for the final four visits.”
“I will decide on trips after the season is over,” Barrett said.
Barrett is just as talented on both sides of the ball and could easily be an impact player at tight end or defensive end.”
Barrett’s nickname is “The Freak” and he doesn’t care where he plays on the next level.
“I just want a chance to play early in my college career,” Barrett said.