Wonder if we would have space for him here...
No controversy, no sneaky "how much practice time are they forcing on you--it's ok, it's just between us" questions. Just routine questioning of some of the guys, about the only thing that jumped out to me was Justice Hayes saying: "in the whole program, they say the lifting is the hardest part. They lift more now than with the previous staff." Can that be true? Anyway, it was interesting to hear what some of the guys are thinking going into school. What a great time that they'll always remember.
Per TomVH twitter..
Big day for us here, solid showing and these guys might jump a bit for ESPN
Last years schedule wallpaper was amazing! Just wondering if anyone has anything in the work or are finished and want to share.
This is the wallpaper from last year I was refering to
Per user razor93, a pretty good article on OL commit Eric Magnuson at Rivals:
2. Magnuson is really that good
According to camp position coach Courtney Morgan, Erik Magnuson was the best offensive lineman in attendance and it's really no surprise since the four-star tackle from Carlsbad (Calif.) La Costa Canyon has proven multiple times that he's one of the best in the country.
Magnuson has great footwork, plays with a lot of intensity and passion, and simply doesn't let defensive ends around him. He was really good at the B2G Camp, the Stanford NIKE Camp and the Asante Trenchmen Academy this spring and summer.
In an absolutely loaded group of offensive linemen in the West this recruiting cycle, Magnuson continues to prove he's one of the best.
As some others said in the other thread, great news on our OL commits with the Braden article on Scout earlier.
OH QB Austin Appleby who camped at Michigan hoping for an offer has committed to Purdue.
Of course this means that Michigan will offer him late in the process and switch him by signing day.
Another QB off the board (even though he didn't have an offer). Interesting to see how everything will play out moving forward.