May 14, 2007
Ibiloye looking fo find his role
Sports terms are fairly unanimous, when a phrase can be used in one sport, it's fairly common place to find it in another. However, there are few avenues of sports reporting in which the term 'tweener can be found more prevalently than in football recruiting. The term is one used to describe players who might be too big for one position, or undersize for another.
The term often finds it's way into conversations describing Garland (Texas) South Garland athlete Joseph Ibiloye. While some schools see the 6-foot-3, 197-pound defender as a big hard-hitting safety others see him as a linebacker that while a bit undersized could flourish both in pass defense and in tracking plays from sideline to sideline.
It seems that Oklahoma has found a perfect mix for him.
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