Tennessee is not recruiting well just because they got 18 dudes
I saw the headline:
and I immediately HAD to click. There was Tebowing... now there is Meskoing.
Saw this on Twitter. Kyle Seychel is a kicker/punter from Hartland, Michigan, class of 2014.
From his Kornblue Kicking profile:
Kyle is one of the top combo prospects in the class of 2014. He has as much potential as any specialist we have ever worked with in Michigan, and that includes numerous Division 1 scholarship athletes. . . . We don’t say this often, but Kyle has NFL potential.
Gallon should help his draft stock after a solid week of practice. Hopefully he can make a big play in this game.
WIth the presumed move towards more of an Inside-Zone Blocking Scheme who would be the best fit at the Center position?
Glasgow played well for the most part but snapping was consistently an issue. This may be correctable with more practice but I still wonder his fit in this blocking scheme. He is a bigger guy and could easily play guard. He's actually similair in size to Barrett Jones in that he's a bigger center so that's in his favor but if there were equal or better options at Center it might be best to have Glasgow at the LG position.
Jack Miller seems like a good fit for this blocking scheme but was overwhelmed last year. This blocking scheme fits his talents much better than Power. Also hIs ability to make line calls and snap the ball are probably the best of the Center candidates. He still needs to progress in technique and conditioining to really make himself a vialble candidate.
Kugler is a little of a wildcard as he was a highly rated recruit with an OL Coach father who may have even been forced into action last year if not for his torn labrum. Hopefully he has been healthy for the whole offseason program and hits the ground running in spring practice. It remains to be seen if the blocking scheme fits him well.
East-West Shrine Game on Today (Jan.18, 2014) at 4:00pm
Player of Interest
MSU is 5, OSU is 13, Wisconsin is 14, ND is 19, Iowa is 21. And we're 24.
I know that the poll means nothing, etc., but I still found it interesting that people who are paid to write things about sports think we'll be in the top 25 to start the season next year.