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Bass Improves "Athleticism" his Senior Year

Eastern Michigan offensive tackle commit Josh Bass talks about his senior season at Harper Creek (MI). Bass has been committed to the Eagles since July, and talks about his improved play this season, why he chose EMU, other recruits he talks to, his relationship with coach Kurt Anderson and more.

Harper Creek (MI) senior offensive tackle Josh Bass committed to Eastern Michigan in early July. Since then he has improved his fitness level--learning a new position in the process. "Something I have improved on greatly is my athleticism. Last year I played my junior year around 310-pounds. Right now I am about 275-pounds, my forty time is a lot faster," said Bass, who stands at 6-foot-5 and...

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