Thursday, May 10, 2012

Southeast products Love and Hart get NFL free agent tryouts

A.J. Love in his healthier days
Getting a tryout as an undrafted free agent is the first step in a very long process, but it is a chance none-the-less.

For Southeast High products A.J. Love and Chris Hart it'san opportunity they couldn't turn down and will give it a shot.

Love finished his career at the University of South Florida last season. Things didn't go his way his last two years because of injuries. Now healthy the wide receiver will give it a shot this week with the Minnesota Vikings. If he can regain the form he showed as a sophomore at USF, you just never know.

Hart, once considered an elite quarterback for Southeast, has dug his own hole attending four colleges. Everywhere he has gone, coaches raved about his size and talent, but things never seemed to work out.

His best chance came at Towson University where he earned the starting QB spot as a junior after transferring from Valdosta State. Hart showed promise, but was dismissed from the team for what could kindly be called conduct detrimental to the team.

Apparently he impressesd the Seattle Seahawks, who have offered him a free agent tryout, according to Southeast boys basketball coach Elliot Washington.

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