Timmy McClain’s top WR target from Seminole is joining his quarterback in Tampa. Three-star receiver Jimmy Horn, Jr. held offers from Georgia, Tennessee, and Jackson State (where Deion Sanders is) to play for Jeff Scott and the Bulls.
After compiling over 825 receiving yards and 12 touchdowns for Seminole High School, Jimmy was poised for a huge senior season as they looked to avenge a loss in the playoffs last year. Jimmy, and his QB and now fellow Bull Timmy McClain, did just that as they are playing for a state championship this Saturday against Osceola.
Jimmy, who is averaging almost 17 yards a catch, is a speedy playmaker whose explosive route running should see him in the slot for the Bulls next year. Against DeLand High School, he caught seven passes for 104 yards and three touchdowns to keep his Seminole team alive in the playoffs. He also ran a verified 11.72 100 meter in track for Seminole last spring.
This play will be legendary pic.twitter.com/znZIsuqVsY— Jimmy Horn Jr (@Tooswiftj5) December 1, 2020