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Junior Running Back Prospect
Mark Bonds, a 6-foot, 208-pound, running back from Indianapolis (Ind.) Warren Central will be one of the nations top prospects in 2003. Bonds will be a four-year varsity starter in 2003. He rushed for over 1,500 yards and averaged 9.8 yards per carry as a sophomore. Although he missed three games this past season, Bonds still managed to rush for 1,300 yards and 17 touchdowns. "He (Bonds) is a once in a lifetime back," said Warren Central head coach, Kevin Wright. "Mark has great explosion, balance and vision. He has a 32 inch vertical leap and his power clean is 310 pounds. "Mark (Bonds) will definitely be a big time recruit next season." Bonds says he's starting to hear from several schools. "Notre Dame, Penn State, Michigan, Nebraska and Colorado have been sending hand-written letters," Bonds said. "I don't have any offers yet. My favorites are Miami, Texas, Nebraska, Michigan, Ohio State, Colorado, Penn State and Tennessee. "I'd say that my style of running is Marshall Faulk with a little bit of Clinton Portis. I can run someone over but I also have the vision and moves to break a long run." Bonds says that Penn State was his childhood favorite. Look for more on Mark Bonds in the near future.
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