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March 20, 2002
Junior to Watch: DL Moe Dampeer
Name: Lawrence "Moe" Dampeer
Uniform Number: 74
School: Decatur MacArthur
Position: Defensive Lineman
Weight: 285 Pounds
About Moe Dampeer? Moe Dampeer was a major part of the Generals run thru the 2001 Class 6A state playoffs. Dampeer has been called by another publication as the Top Recruit in the Illinois Class of 2003. Dampeer was an All State player in 2001 according to the Champaign Gazette and was also an All Conference and All County player in 2001 as well. Dampeer is expecting to study Education in college. "I really like working with little kids." Dampeer will be at the Nike Camp at Michigan State this spring. Dampeer has already been offered scholarships by Purdue, Illinois, Northwestern and Missouri. Expect several more offers to follow shortly!
Dampeer's Top 5 schools? According to Moe "Miami, Illinois, Michigan, Purdue and Tennessee."
The EDGY take on Moe Dampeer? "Watching Moe Dampeer on the football field and talking to Moe off the field is literally like dealing with Dr. Jekell and Mr. Hyde. Off the field Moe is as genuine and as outgoing and friendly a kid than you'll find anywhere. On the field? Dampeer's highlight tape is a thing to behold. First off Dampeer plays Hoops for the Generals, and seeing this BIG kid throw down a running one handed Tomahawk from about two steps from the free throw line tells you all you need to know about his athletic ability. Freaky! On the field? Dampeer is just blessed with size and strength beyond compare, from is ability to shake off double and triple teams to his ability to outrun most running backs....again the skills are freaky. Dampeer has great agility and also possesses exceptional upper body strength, he can and will just blow things up inside and can also chase things down outside. Dampeer can also kickoff consistently into the end zone! Dampeer has a motor that never stops! Moe Dampeer is a good reason why kids decide to play Soccer instead of Football in High School. His potential is incredible."