Gary Mason Commits to Baylor

Gary Mason Commits to Baylor

Gary Mason, a 6'5 220 pound LB from Waxahachie, Texas with 4.66 speed in the forty is finally healthy and looking to help the Indians improve on last year's 7-4 record. Before his senior starts, the central Texas product made a commitment to the Baylor Bears.

Gary Mason, a 6'5 220 pound LB from Waxahachie, Texas with 4.66 speed in the forty is finally healthy and looking to help the Indians improve on last year's 7-4 record. Before his senior starts, the central Texas product made a commitment to the Baylor Bears.

Mason's commitment is a big one, Mason who has a 295 pound bench press and a 30 inch vertical leap is also an standout basketball player earning all region honors as a junior, and playing at the varsity level since he was a freshman for the Runnin' Indians basketball team. Gary was also a regional qualifier in track in the high jump.

In an earlier interview, Mason talked a bit about his strengths and weaknesses, "I think my biggest strength is my ability to keep contain and play the run, along with my combination of speed and size, this off-season I want to work on my reads and keep getting stronger."

Keep it tuned to Scout.com for more on Gary Mason.

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