May 14, 2007
Fleming takes home school's top prize
One of the crucial elements of being a great coach is the ability to treat players equally, and deal with one player's situation the same as the next. With so many players coming from different backgrounds, different values, and finding their way into different situations the idea of an even playing field is sometimes hard to see as a reality.
If there's anyone out of Oklahoma's 2007 recruiting class that might get treated a little more special, it would be cornerback Jamell Fleming. That's because when he steps on campus, Oklahoma will be welcoming in royalty.
While it's unlikely that the Oklahoma coaches will be bowing to the "king" they will most likely be praising Fleming's work ethic. The Arlington (Texas) Seguin stud was already known for his impressive strength as he boasts a 340 pound bench press. However, this hasn't stopped Fleming from trying to get even stronger.
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