Willie Bailey Film Room

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Hallandale (FL) Standout defensive back one of state's most underrated players for 2012.

The one time Miami commitment, Willie Bailey prefers to stay off the grid, out of the limelight and keeps a low profile.

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Bailey has plenty of attributes college coaches drool over for the defensive back position including a 6'2 and 170-pound frame. His number one strength is his speed but has a physical nature about him, Willie Bailey is a football player first and foremost.

A long strider that seemingly glides over the field with little to no effort, he makes the game look easy. He has great acceleration and attacks the ball carrier. Bailey plays much bigger than his 170-pound frame would suggest. I like the way he directs the defense based off the offensive sets and personnel groupings. A very savvy player that could easily end up in the 190-pound range at the University of Florida. There is a reason Florida pursued Willie Bailey as hard as they did. I think without question he is one of the most underrated players in the Sunshine state in 2012.

"6'2 170-pounds and my strength is my speed, height, coverage, physical play and being able to be very versatile on the field by playing more than just corner."

Keep An Eye on Willie Bailey.

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