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  The first time Jalen Nailor ever ran a double move is still seared into the memories at Bishop Gorman High School. It was his sophomore season, his first on varsity at one of the nation's powerhouse programs, located in Las Vegas. A quiet kid lined up out wide in a team drill as the ball snapped. He moved like a blur. Up the seam, diagonally to the sidelines and then back across the middle, Nailor made three motions look like one. "He runs that route like I've never seen," said former Bishop Gorman offensive coordinator Louie Rodriguez, who is now a head coach in Texas. "Running a corner-post route in the middle of the field at full speed is he transitions his feet and his body to do it full-speed. It's unfair to the DB." On 28 different occasions over the next three years, Nailor took the ball and outraced everyone to the end zone. He was the go-to receiver on a team won the state championship all three seasons. Over time, the people watching gave him a nickname: Speedy.

The name has stuck more than five years later, now that he's two time zones away. Now a redshirt sophomore, Nailor is the top returning weapon for a Michigan State offense hoping to become explosive. It's the feeling they get when they watch Nailor run. "Jalen Nailor, that's a guy," fellow starting receiver Jayden Reed said. "When I watch him, I try to model stuff he does and try to add it to my game. I look up to Jalen as a receiver because he can do a lot of stuff that I can't." - Lansing State Journal

rJr/2022 WR *Jalen NailorMichigan State
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