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Zachary Perkins | OL | CLASS OF 2020
Berkeley Prep/Tampa, FL | Ht: 6'5 | Wt: 315

40-Yd Dash 5.51 | Pro-Shuttle 5.25 | Broad Jump 6'5 | Bench (185 lbs. reps) 20
GPA 3.35 | SAT 1090 | ACT 21
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Red Zone Prospects Evaluation (NFL Veteran Selection Committee):
Big and strong, somewhat surprisingly agile for his size, Perkins is well on his way to leaving his mark on the prep circuit, and then, playing on Saturdays. He projects as an NCAA Division I-A prospect and figures to warrant a fair amount of interest from Power Five programs.