He is the definition of a work in progress, but the Ringgold staff believes in his upside. There is very few players in the state with his size, but granted, sometimes you can be too talk. That might just be the case for House at least right now, he blocks a little too high honestly and doesn’t have much leg drive when engaged. House didn’t play football in his youth and just picked up the game his freshman year. House needs to continue to work on his lateral quickness and just getting out his stance quicker too. They moved him over to OG at some points this year, which is probably a byproduct of him having trouble pass blocking against quicker defenders.