What are his top schools? I hope he doesn't go to OSU, well I dont really care but it would be funny. OSU didnt offer Gardner because they wanted Montana. Now Gardner hates OSU by burning OSU letters. Can they lose Montana too?
Mike Lantry, 1972
Obviously Notre Dame is one of them. His brother is a walk on there and his dad is an ND legend
I thought I recently read he has an offer from LSU and/or Texas.
...is it's still Notre Dame's battle to lose.
Notice I didn't say he's a lock.
I thought I read on here that his Dad would never let him go to Notre Dame as long as they had the whale as a coach. I might have only read what was a joke in the middle of a long thread that I skipped through.
same comment on various tuos boards myself.
The irony if Nick dosen't sign with them...hehehe!
I was told that by a huge OSU fan who got it from an OSU insiders' board. Is it true? I have no idea. I just read (in the Chicago Tribune, I think) about Joe Montana being at an ND practice, so...I still have no idea.
That certainly wouldn't look for Weis. Montana's kid does not go to ND, even though the offense has a decided schematic advantage?
I don't care where he goes... I just hope he does NOT go to:
- tUO$ b/c it'd be hilarious to see sweatervest get shot down by a high profile recruit he wants, and,
- ND b/c if he goes to ND, that is *all* they will ever talk about on ESPN or any of the other ND-loving media outlets for the next 4 years. That'll get real annoying real quick.
Don't hold your breath those are supposed to be his top 2
ND isnt even recruiting him that hard at all and the recruiting sights arent heaping praise on the kid. The consensus view is that he is ok but not good or great and UOS is recruiting him because they have little to no chance to recruit anyone else because of Pryor
I thought OSU was having problmes recruiting was also because of B. Miller in 2011. He's supposed to be a top 5 QB and is pretty much already decided to go to OSU. So whoever chooses OSU will be stuck behind Pryor for a year or two and then most likely behind Miller for his next two years, only if Miller lives up to the hype.