“I’m pretty sure he’ll go visit those places,” Hibriten coach Chuck Cannon said moments ago. “He’ll still likely end up at Duke, but I’m uncomfortable with kids committing too early.
“They need to go see what’s out there.”
Asked what position the 6-foot-4, 210-pound Lipford will play in college, Cannon said, “Anywhere he wants to—linebacker, tight end, defensive end. “He’s got an arm span like a 6-11 kid, and the frame to bulk up to 270 or 280 pounds.”
Lipford is also a remarkable athlete, voted the MVP of last year’s basketball team. He’s also a high jumper in track who has approached 7 feet.
As Lipford lines up his trips, the Blue Devils have to be sweating just a bit over his travels. After all, they recently lost committed LB Aramide Olaniyan of