Scintillating 4-star recruit Thomas Tyner spent his days dominating opposing defenses at Aloha High School in Oregon.
Tyner, who reportedly runs a 4.3-second 40-yard dash, is considered the No. 32 prospect in the nation, the second-best running back and the top player in the state of Oregon by 247Sports' composite ranking. A home-run threat every time he touches the ball, Tyner has made a habit of carving opposing defenses.
His most notable performance was a marvelous game where he broke away for 643 yards and 10 touchdowns against Lakeridge High School (Oregon).
Tyner also has prototypical size for the next level. Listed at 6'0" and 207 pounds, he has more than enough build to withstand the punishment of a college football season. And while his calling card is unquestionably the track-star speed, Tyner has a ton of sneaky power too, keeping his legs until the whistle sounds.
In other words, Tyner is almost a carbon copy of some of the greatest college football stars in recent memory. He will dominate at the next level and will be a mainstay on many highlight reels during his college career.
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Unless otherwise noted, all recruiting star ratings are courtesy of 247Sports' composite system.