that is nice bonus change
Well I have been busy putting film together for Coach Hoke and staff so I haven't had a chance to post yet. I think we may have a future Wide Out here. He has the measurables of a future Blue Chip.
- DOB 1/13/2012
- From Parts Unknown
- 21 inches long (significant number?) and weighing in at 7lbs 8 ozs.
- Exceptional Hearing.
- Immense Hands and Powerful Grip.
- Already practicing wearing his mouthpiece with a binky.
- Great frame to add bulk.
Watching the ball in!
Thinking of beating Ohio in 2030!
Showing off hand size and chilling with Dad!
My wife gave birth to our son Saturday at 5:12 p.m. He was 7 pounds 2 ounces, and 19 inches long. His measurables were already sent to Coach Hoke, and Coach Hoke said to work on his arm length, and a scholarship would be waiting. (The Doctor thought this was funny, my wife being a Notre Dame grad was none too amused)
Shortly after this picture, I happened to put on a very important article of clothing. Hail to the victors!
After a week of whiffing on recruits and looking over our current OL depth and incoming recruits, the void at C is looking more and more like a huge issue. We should be fine this year with Khoury and Miller, but after that, we will be seriously hurting for depth at this very crucial position. Losing guys like Pace to injury and Stacey to a decommitment could really hurt down the road. My question here is, do any of our current OL commits have a chance of being a possibility for the C position down the road? It is pretty clear that Kalis is set to be a LG for 3-4 years and Braden is looking like a T, as would Diamond if he were to commit. I know Magnuson played all 5 positions at the Army game, but I didn't really see a breakdown of how well he played them, especially center. Also, is Blake Bars definitely a RT or G down the line, or at 6'5" could he possibly be a fill in for center as well? Since his commitment, I haven't heard much about him. Any thoughts or insight on Bars or Magnuson playing C?
TTB Andrew put up an interview this morning with 2013 tight end Adam Breneman. He wants to be the next Rob Gronkowski . . . which is a pretty awesome goal.
WolverineNation uploaded a video of the Pee Wee (NTPW) team that Devin Funchess, Terry Richardson, James Ross and Royce Jenkins-Stone played on. It has Ross, Richardson and Jenkin's Stone talking and joking about their past Pee Wee team.
I personally think it's awesome that we have 4 guys coming to play for us who have played together for so long.