Dude has a freakishly small head anyway. I mean compared to how big his body is. Creeped me out.
Austin Traylor commits to Wisconsin
Can you post your picture so we can critique your looks?
18 year old kid, wish him nothing but the best and sorry he did not go blue.
Mr. Serious takes things too seriously.
I bet you have a lazy eye.
Some guys just get really defensive when you start critiquing small heads...
I never understood the whole lazy eye thing. Is the person with a "lazy eye" simply a poor motivator?
And I be the long-haired wizard with the lazy-eye, as all the ladies will tell you i'm crazy fly.
Take it easy Sensitive Sally.
He kind of reminds me of the messenger from 300
Also is in Spartacus: Blood & Sand. Great Show!
C'mon guys, black people don't ALL look alike.
No surprise here, I'm not really sure where he fit into our class anyway. We have Beyer, and he's a very similar player. We have other needs on D anyway.
You high on Traylor when he visited?
Yes. And don't get me wrong, I think he'll be a good player. But as I look at what our needs are and how many spots we have to fill those, this is one of the guys I'd rather see go elsewhere. He's ranked about the same as Darian Cooper, but Cooper is just at a position we need a lot more.
Plus, we still lead for a number of top 100 guys like Walls, Countess, Frost and Zettel and we only have probably 5 schollies to give on D.
Worried about Walls. I hope his grandmother is ok.
Compare with Antonio Kinard?
Keith "Tractor" Traylor Michigan BBall's former "round mound of rebound"?
you mean Robert "Tractor" Traylor?
He is listed at most places as a DE, but at 6-4 210, he is going to need some bulking up before he'll be able to see the field. Perhaps he could be an OLB, but I admit I haven't seen any film or scouting reports, so I don't know if he has the mobility to play 'backer.
Except he's not a DT.
Don't worry, he's definitely not a DT.
It will be Traylor who?
why is that when UM loses a recruit some people say, "well we have better propects anyway. or good riddance".
or why do others which a lost recruit "best of luck"; unless you actually know the guy.
both are annoying to me. bashing someone is obviously bad taste. but wishing him good luck is hypocritical. i mean, when he comes in to AA, i want him to get crushed (not injured mind you) but i want him and his team crushed. i'm not going to wish him luck.
I think people normally mean best of luck in life in general, not football exclusively.
But, really, the majority of recruits aren't going to end up playing for your team, whoever that may be. I never really understood showing any sentiment. Unless you have a guy like Zettel committing to another school, I don't see how anyone can be surprised when someone commits to another school. In almost every case, no one should be shocked when a recruit chooses another school, simply because there are so many more players compared to institutions.
As for this case specifically, Roh is a sophomore and Beyer is coming in. DE isn't a vital spot recruting wise, especially compared to LB and secondary.
Yeah it is kind of strange. I wish him luck in the classroom and health-wise, I guess, but I don't want him to have good luck as a player. I want all other programs besides Michigan to toil in misery. Having good luck as a player might mean that someday a Michigan fumble bounces into his hands and he returns it for a touchdown.
I wish him luck in football except when he plays Michigan and in other games where the outcome of the game impacts Michigan (such as us needing UW to lose for whatever reason). In those instances, I hope he stinks it up. :)
Good luck in life Austin. Have fun in Madison.
If every school except Michigan offered me a scholarship, Wisconsin would be pretty high on my list, personally. I can't fault him too much.
Except when he plays for Michigan - of course.