but it's lost on me.
"Rodrick Williams Jr.'s 10-month old, 2-foot-long savannah monitor named "Kill" gets the RB some strange looks when they go for walks together."
but it's lost on me.
I Sawyer what you did there!
According to link in the OP, this gives Florida 5 LBs in their 2013 class. It seems likely that one of them might decide to bail and look elsewhere. The most likely of these to leave is James Hearns, who's been considering making a trip to OSU in January.
If this pushes a 4-star LB into Urban's grasp, I'd rather Anzalone stuck it out in South Bend.
Urban just got a 5* LB from Texas and another 4* the day before that. So adding another 4* LB may not be on Urban's agenda considering his OL haul is looking a little light.
Uh??? Why are we bringing up Urban Meyer.
Wonder why Florida went after him. I know that he's an outstanding linebacker, one of the best in the country, but bringing him in likely pushes on or even two of their current commits out very very late in the process. Good news for them I hear ND could use a linebacker or two.
A couple of UF's LBs were only rated as 3* stars, and if Ess Eee See recruiting has taught us anything, it's that, they will always find a way to get rid of a commit for someone better.
I live 100 yards from Wyomissing high school (where he went). He decommited last night. Was even wearing ND gear yesterday. This is crazy.
Also, he played RB here too. So maybe he wont be playing LB.
So for what its worth, it was committed to ND early on. Decommitted and flirted with Florida then recommitted to ND. Apparently at the AA game he was hanging with Florida committs. Definitely an odd recruitment. A bunch of kids from NDs current class were rippin him a new one on twitter, really kind of funny. Recruit on Recruit crime!
im sure ND is happy they dont have a guy named anal-zone on their team. when (if) kelly leaves notre dame will have a bad year.
If I was his girlfriend I'd look out for disloyalty
I mean, his first school housed a child rapist, and his second school has a coach who might be trying to leave. You can't really blame him.