Mountain View OL/DL Bennett Muasau Highlight Video On NCSA

Written by Bryan Levesque on February 6, 2012

Mountain View OL/DL Bennett Muasau has a very nice highlight video on NCSA Athletic Recruiting. I have embedded the videos below. Please note, this video was not produced by but by Bennett Muasau.

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7 Responses to “Mountain View OL/DL Bennett Muasau Highlight Video On NCSA”

  1. GSHL Football Fan 2011 on February 6th, 2012 11:17 pm

    At 5’11, 300, this beast was MVHS’s best lineman and arguably the best lineman in the GSHL. He flat out punishes his opponent. This is great stuff Benn!

    Good luck next year!

  2. Thunder Warrior! on February 9th, 2012 3:13 pm

    Mana Greig of the UO Ducks is 5’11″ 291 OL, just got a full scholarship this year. He is a product of the Bryan Derby’s Big Man Camp in Hawaii where Bennett Muasau was a camper in 2010 and 2011. Size does not matter. It is all about hard work, technique and the love for the game. Looking forward a great 2012 football season. To the Top Thunders!

  3. bam boom pow on February 12th, 2012 9:51 am

    if that kid is 5’11 they may have given him an offer, but not at o line.
    Hard work, technique, and the love of the game are all its about at the d3 level.
    If you think thats all its about at the d1 level you are sorely mistaken

  4. gshlman on February 15th, 2012 1:36 pm

    Thunder warrior- If you really believe size does not matter in football, I have a bridge I want to sell you. Look guys sometimes overcome a lack of size, but if you believe a 5-11 OL/DL has the same chance a 6-6 you are dead wrong!

  5. Thunder Warrior! on February 15th, 2012 5:27 pm

    Your are absolutely right gshlman. I may be over exaggerating. To correct myself, “but a small percentage of undersized OL/DL truly believe that their size does not matter and have the same chance of a 6- whatever size football player”. *** It is all about hard work, technique and the love for the game. Checkout the video and give an honest opinion. That MVHS Beast was a total dominant force all through the 2011 season. Thank you and have a great day gshlman!

  6. nitroloser on February 17th, 2012 9:34 am

    Just wanted to say congrats to Dennis Henderson and Jonah Koreski on their signing with Montana Tech University,as they said it might not be a big pac 12 college but they getting to play some more football and further their education,again congrats to them and anybody else signing with any college big or small…..go Orediggers…lol

  7. Chrish on February 17th, 2012 4:38 pm

    I heard the Riley Bockmier is also going to Montana Tech.

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