long-armed long-armed


  • (adj) having relatively long arms


  • Ulbrickson's long-armed, long-legged men were using a lot less energy and staying very close.


  1. Teams in good hands

    Dwyer's Dixon, Cardinal Newman's Rudolph headline group of wideouts SANTALUCES — He likens his long-armed 6-foot-5 receiver to a giant playing with little kids. Unfortunately for Santaluces coach Daryl Drinkwater, Darrell Langham isn't a rare commodity in Palm Beach County . Not this year.        
    on August 30, 2013     Source: Sun-Sentinel

  2. FIU Panthers’ Paul Crawford won’t play against Maryland

    FIU coach Ron Turner said senior defensive end Paul Crawford “didn’t make the travel team” for Saturday’s season opener at Maryland. Crawford began fall camp as a starting defensive end. For the last week and a half, he has been working with the second team. He has been the best in camp on the field-goal block team, a long-armed 6-8 annoyance up the middle to kickers.
    on August 30, 2013     Source: Miami Herald


  1. "He's the best we have seen on film," Payton said. "He's long-armed, he's real good at bump-and-run coverage, he has good recoverability; he's tall, he has great ball skills and he's very intelligent. He would have been the most sought-after...
    on Oct 16, 2008 By: Sean Payton Source: San Jose Mercury News

  2. "He's got tremendous intensity," Paterno said. "He's got really good natural ability particularly for playing defensive end - he's a big, long-armed kid. He'll play at about 260. He can run. I think once he gets a little feel for the game,...
    on Aug 14, 2009 By: Joe Paterno Source: Philadelphia Inquirer

  3. "He's going to find a spot to play," Mangino said. "He's an intense, tough guy. Really, one of the hardest-working lineman we have in the program. ...... He's not a 6-5, long-armed guy. But he's so quick with his feet that he makes up for it....
    on Aug 6, 2008 By: Mark Mangino Source: KUsports

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