Per Scout headline, he likes UM. I didn't see him on VarsityBlue's 2010 Recruit Board. Any good info?
Mike Spath points out that doing an interview for the official site is a pretty good indicator he'll be back.
What would you like to know?
(like below, thanks West Texas). But if you have any additional info, e.g., where we stand, projected star rating, stuff he's said about blue, that'd be great too.
...in their first semester on campus, Tate or Jeffrey?
Rivals 250 Watch list. He's listed at 5'11", which is probably being generous, so he's definitely not even close to the ideal size for a QB. Rivals scouting report feels he'd be better suited to being a WR or DB at the next level.
the Rivals update from Florida on the 7v7 stuff in Florida said he's grown a bit and is probably 6'0 or 6'1".
RR is doing something right out there. Early interest from all these kids is a great sign for 2010.
I know they have a camp right now in Miami somewhere and he is there. According to the recruiting roundup this morning on WTKA his top two are Michigan and Miami.
He's not even listed on Rivals.
Right under my nose. Thx MH20.
I don't think RR needs him. With DRob and Tate in now, RR needs to land Devin Gardner or Bolden in 2010, the position would be set for 4 years.
This kid wouldn't make much sense.
Thinking that getting Gardner or Bolden(whom I don't think is that good) is unrealistic since they're wide open.
This is a good year of landing at least one dual threat QB for '10 class. Players like Christian Green, Stephen Morris, Jeff Godfrey, Malik Stokes, etc. are quality prospects.
So is he like a Malik Stokes where is a second tier qb?
Cornelius Jones qualify as such?
check out this
And fwiw, he ranks Godfrey ahead of Bolden and as the current # 3 target of UM.
I think Rodriguez at one point said he likes to have 6 scholarship QB's at any given time. With Threet, Robinson, and Forcier, we'll have 3. Sheridan (if he still has a scholarship) would give us 4. So even if we pull in two quarterbacks in '10, that would give us 5 or 6. And I would imagine that Sheridan will be graduated and/or off scholarship by '10, because he'd be a 5th year senior by then.