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Sayed An Underrated Receiver Prospect

In the quest for the perfect football player, some quality athletes are overlooked. If they don't have top end speed or ideal size, they may not garner the attention they deserve. Baquer Sayed is just such a player. The Dearborn Fordson receiver lacks great speed. He just makes plays.

Dearborn Fordson High School product Baquer Sayed made a positive impression at the Scout 7 on 7 camp in Columbus, Ohio. The 6'-2", 190 pound receiver became a go-to player for his Michigan team. Scout's Midwest Recruiting Analyst Allen Trieu filed this report on Baquer's play. "After initially being quiet, the Michigan quarterbacks discovered him, and he became the guy they went to when the...

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