What makes you stand out as a future collegiate athlete?
My intelligence and my ability to adapt separates me from my peers. As of now, I am academically ranked #1 in my class of 950 peers, and I use that intelligence to make the right blocking calls for the offensive unit and to make adjustments during the game if the defense does something unexpected. If I play football at the next level, I will have no trouble adapting to new offensive schemes, and I will continue to prosper on the mental side of the game.
Hancock moves well, and gets to his assignments with urgency. He is good at blocking, whether it’s running or passing. The 2020 center uses his hands really well, gets nice leverage and does a really good job of driving his legs through his opponent. Hancock is a solid center recruit. His elite grades just screams high academic schools to go after him. Overall like Hancock’s game a lot, and think he is a no doubt D1 level recruit. Athleticism needs to improve a bit more to get on FBS schools radars, but his IQ and fundamentals are definitely there. Hancock is like so many Mill Creek OL, you know he will be technically sound, plays with urgency and have good flexibility right off the bat. His quickness coming out his stance is a little underrated too, he does an excellent job of getting to the 2nd level, but would like to see him get his hands under the defender’s pads more.