Haven't seen much about this. Nothing on ISU's website about Roundtree, but here's the release about Mallory.
Best of luck to both at the D1 FCS level, Missouri Valley Football Conference.
Hometown (High School): Westerville, Ohio (Westerville South)
Twitter Handle: @brobb713
• Attended Westerville South High School coached by Kyle Stout
• Average charted punting distance of 41 yards with an average hang time of 4.36 seconds
• At Kohl's Kicking 2017 Senior Showcase, Robbins averaged over 5.0 seconds on his charts with several 5.2+ second punts
• Scored a touchdown on a 90-yard run off a punt against Olentangy Orange
Honors and Rankings
• Rated as the nation's No. 1 punter according to Kornblue Kicking
• Listed as the No. 3 punter in the nation by ProKicker.com
• Ranked as Kohl's Kicking's No. 4 punter in the nation
• Top-rated punter in the state of Ohio
• Earned Punting Champion at 2016 Kornblue Fall Kicking Challenge
• Ray Guy Prokicker.com Top Prospect Award
• Two-star prospect according to 247Sports, the nation's No. 13 punter and No. 129 overall player in the state of Ohio
• Three-time All-Central District punter and all-conference selection
• Other Sports: earned all-conference in soccer and baseball
• Bradley Robbins was born October 6, 1999
With all the Brady-love threads (and rightfully so), there has been a suggestion that he come back to UM once he retires from playing to join the staff in some respect.
I admit that I don't follow much of headlines/discussion/rumors about individual players, so can the board comment about if this is even a remote possibility? Does he have any coaching experience at any level (i.e. Harbaugh volunteer-coaching early in his career)? Has he even expressed any interest in coaching afterwards? Would a move to AA be too much for him, Giselle, and his family? Is he a good fit as a position coach or perhaps some form of booster/supporter?
This whole idea is most likely a pipe dream, but if it could work why not go for it. Hackett swung for fences when he went for Harbaugh and look how that worked out.
Talk amongst yourselves.
With obvious reasons, I think most on this board would probably crown Brady the MVP of last night's historic SB win. But James White did make a case for himself as well. Which made me look up his stats and recruiting profile this morning. I found the results to be very hopeful when comparing them to our own Kurt Taylor
If nothing else, maybe we have a future RB tandem similar to Montee Ball & James White.....That certainly wouldn't be a bad thing! Personally, I'm pulling for Kurt anyway because it just seems that he really showed that he was destined to be a wolverine!