- Josh Moyer, ESPN Staff Writer
Pitt assistant Desmond Robinson had visited plenty of high schools and prospects like this before -- the too-good-to-be-true kind.
He arrived on an early April morning in Buffalo, N.Y., an aging industrial town where wing-flipping pubs dot most street corners, to see one such prospect: a 6-foot-1, 225-pound tailback who could allegedly run a flat-4.5. See, it's not uncommon for high school coaches and recruits to fudge those numbers a little. A 6-1, 225-pound recruit might wind up actually being 5-10, 190.
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