Last year, Josh Fenn was walking home from General Johnnie Wilson Middle School when Lorain (Ohio) football coach Mark Solis drove by. The 15-year coach saw a budding talent just in passing and stopped the car. A few months later, Fenn was playing organized football for the first time with the Titans, and college coaches are now the ones looking twice. At 6-foot-4 and 285 pounds, Fenn is projected to grow to 6-7 as his body fills out. As far as filling out goes in terms of a resume, the Buckeyes and Wolverines are the way-too-early leaders for the freshman, who is being recruited to play tackle at the college level.
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