2005 Profile: DL Alex Magee

OL/DL Alex Magee/Oswego Profile
EDGY gives you the first look at some of the Top Underclassmen the State of Illinois!
Name: Alex Magee
Uniform Number: 99
Position: Defensive Tackle
Height: 6-5
Weight: 270 pounds
About Alex Magee? Alex Magee as a junior in 2003 was named as an All Area performer for the Panthers and head coach Karl Hoinkes. Oswego won the 2003 Class 7A state title, and Magee played an importamt role on the defensive line for the Panthers in it's state title run. Magee, a solid student in the classroom, is looking to major in either Law Enforcement or Pre-Law in college. Magee also throws the shotput and the discus for the Panthers track team.
What others are saying about Alex Magee? "Physically he just passes the eyeball test in person. He has great size and tools."
In Alex Magee's words what he needs to work on the most this off-season? "I want to get stronger as well as improve my overall speed."
College contacts and favorites? "I'm getting the4 most mail right now from Illinois, Iowa, Northern Illinois and Northwestern."
Favorite college growing up? "Florida."
Camps in 2004? "I'm not too sure right now. I might go to the Nike Camp this spring."
Favorite player? "Ray Lewis, no doubt about it."
Music? "I like 50 Cent, Jay Z, Lil John and the East Side Boyz."
Favorite Movie? "National Security with Martin Lawrence. It just cracks me up."
EDGY's take on Alex Magee? Alex Magee is listed here as a defensive tackle prospect, and Magee spent the entire 2003 season inside, but Magee has exceptional size and frame, and I wouldn't be surprised to see Magee get recruiting looks and sniffs as an offensive line prospects as well. Physically, Magee has great size and strength, and at 6-foot-5 this kid has very good mobility and flexibility. Magee will no doubt get bigger and stronger, and has a frame that could easily add another 20 plus pounds without much effort. Magee drew several double teams as a junior, and I would expect him to draw more and more attention on and off the field this year. Magee, with a solid off-season and summer could very well wind up as a Top 10-25 prospect in Illinois if not even higher! Great upside and potential here.