Hasn't he done this before... and nothing happened?
Someone to commit at BBQ according to Dawson (ish)
Yeah, but it's Monday, and the offseason, so let the wild speculation commence.
Wild speculation? Vernon Hargreaves III
Mild speculation? Treadwell, McDowell or Webb.
He said (typed?) "seriously." What more do you need?!
Tune in every F5 seconds to find out!
I don't know about you guys but sometimes I like not being buckled and getting hit my a commitment train.
I think it could be possibly Treadwell, but I wouldn't be shocked to see Damon Webb commit soon. As for whether or not it's real this time, I guess we just have to wait and see.
This could just as likely be a 2014 (Damon Webb, Michael Ferns, or Malik McDowell) as the realistic options for 2013 to commit at this time are pretty slim (Laquon Treadwell or Derrick Green).
I am guessing this could also be a hint to something at the BBQ maybe?
Thought Malik's parents wanted him to wait until his junior year to decide...
Webb and Ferns are both as good of a bet as Treadwell I would guess.
Anyone know if Laquon was able to visit Stillwater recently?
But isn't this how his junior year? Or do they mean he needs to wait until the first day of school? Either way, that time isn't very far off.
2014 recruit...not Quon...
but now that Dawson has clarified "Seriously," I'm convinced.
BK Finest it.
nah man, yuri wright
I love this. Thank you. America!
It is easily one of my favorite shows of all time Al "4 touchdowns in 1 game" Bundy
What about that safety that's committed to Iowa? Dawson's teammate and all.
I thought that was discussed in the last recruiting update. IIRC, he hasn't been offered yet, but would be a potential snake-oil candidate if we needed a late DB pickup.
Indeed it was - which is why I mention it. I'm suggesting that one of the possibilities other than Treadwell or a 2014 kid, is that he got offered and immediately accepted. Just as a possibility of the Norfleet variety.
Or much too soon?
Not soon enough.
Seriously or really really seriously....
Another WR was offered recently (http://touchthebanner.blogspot.com/2012/07/recruiting-update-july-16-2012.html) so it's possible Treadwell is getting the squeeze.
Or Dawson wanted to see people freak out on the interenet.
If you had a magic button you could push that would make thousands of people flip shit in a hilarious manner, would you ever push it?
Oh, you would?
Yeah. Me too.
Just because I don't think that people say nice things to other people often enough...
I find you hilarious. I always get a little excited when I see that decked out dog, because I figured that there's something funny or wise contained within.
Wouldn't suprise me if we waited and offered close to signing day if we strike out on McQuay/Fuller, but hey I didn't think we would give a longsnapper a scholly so what the hell do I know?
EDIT: What the hell, this was a response to Mattison Man's post.
Might be a Penn State recruit.. I'd jump that ship as fast as possible.. Its really gonna piss me off when Ohio snakes Penn State recruits like they did last yr... Hopefully I can take a xanex and we get Treadwell
And don't take joy in this horrible situation, it's uncool.
I can imagine some current players might just want to get away from the situation. I hope NCAA grants some kind of unrestricted transfer for those who want to get away.
Where in the text did you see joy??? If they get death penalty the recruits will have no time to find new school and teams will have no room.. Its also a blog Spell Check D BAG
MD WR Paul Harris deciding Tuesday. UM in final group, USC supposed leader
I'm looking into it. A word of caution: pretty sure Dawson has put us on "commit watch" before and it turned out to be nothing. If there's really something going on my best guess is Treadwell, which obviously isn't going out on a limb. MD WR Paul Harris tweeted that he's announcing tomorrow but he's been a USC lean for a while; I'd be surprised if it was him.
Now excuse me while I go start up a thread called "Commit Watch according to Dawson - Kate Upton?"
That would be USC's 4th WR in this class! Unless, one of them switches to defense, which is unlikely. But still that would be 4 highly rated wideouts for the Trojans.
It's summer and he's having a good laugh right now. I'll get excited when I see a Hello post from Ace.
Jalen Ramsey is announcing his decision at 2 p.m. today...so I'm pretty sure it's him.
That would be awesome! I feel like we haven't heard much about him though. Is this coming out of nowhere? Or am I just out of the loop?
He's announcing today, but not for Michigan. The "seriously" part was a joke.
MAJOR pet peeve of mine: When people say "seriously" when they aren't being serious. Fucking pisses me off. I know this is the internet and all, but why they hell am I supposed to know when you're serious if you say "seriously" but then aren't really serious? What if you wanted us to take you seriously? It's now ruined, because you've cried wolf.
This sounds like a joke, but it's not. Seriously.
GET THE HELL OFF MY LAWN
Yes, I forgot to add that, thank you.
Are you serious?
It seems like literally every person now uses the word literally in every sentance just to add some emphasis to their claims.
It pisses me off when people fucking swear. Why the hell do people need to use that type of shitty language. It literally pisses me off.
I know it's LA and USC is a good school, but their class is just ridiculous this year taking into consideration the scholarship reductions.
I think the USC coaches are really using the scholarship reductions to their advantage. It is a good pitch to tell players they can only take certain few and that they think they are the best in the nation to fill those spots.
It makes their class seem very exclusive in a way.
If it's Ramsey, that would REALLY be coming out of nowhere. Magnus, do you have a link or anything that led to your guess?
EDIT: Or I'm an idiot. Carry on.
You should be getting a better feel for when Magnus is joking by now.
It's Monday—sarcasm meter still calibrating.
has mastered the art of text 'deadpanning'.
OMG!! It's Jalen Ramsey, he said seriously!!!
It's Treadwell I honestly have no idea who else it would be maybe fuller? Hahha nah it's Treadwell
OT, but just saw Kyle Kalis ride by on his moped. It's pretty sick.
Kyle Kalis on moped sighting + David Dawson tweeting "seriously" = sign of good things to come.
So Lewan has a twosie, Magnuson has a unicycle and Kalis has a moped? Our OL has easiest the largest variety of bike-related transportation of any OL in the country, hands down. If I hear about Omameh riding a motorcycle with Barnum in a sidecar, I'll go nuts. Please make this happen.
When McGuffie was here I always pictured him driving a '76 white Camaro with blue lightning bolts on the hood hence known as "White Lighting".
I'm now convinced that this group of linemen need to form a biker gang and call themselves a witty name and ride around terrorizing A2's all you can eat buffets.
the sidecar would have to ride in Barnum.
You also didn't mention Schofield on a Segway...how could you forget?
I'm buckled up. Seriously.
My guess is a 2014 player. Webb is the best guess.
Even a commit rumor is better than having to read yet another post on Paterno, RDT, or S1's obsession with RR.
I hope this is about '14 kids so we can get some recruiting activity going and drown out the noise.
would be tremendous. Need moar WR magic in AA.
Was told by a current commit who might commit. Possibility of more than 1 commit. Best case scenario is viable here. Can't say much more.
"Can't spell 'Sarah Hughes' without 'Ugh.'"
Literally. And seriously.
I just said unsolicited nice things to BISB above. For the record, I find you hilarious and wise, too.
Feeling generous today.
That was very nice of you, turd.
Typical girl, such a tease
I just spoke with The Party Room and RDT and they are saying Derrick Green. BK FINEST IT!
Were they serious, though?
I'll go with McDowell and Ferns at the BBQ.
Has anyone told him yet that he's not allowed to do that?
Duuuhhh, they're "official." Unofficially of course
Why new threads are being made when we still haven't figured out what the Big Ten should do about Penn State! Smh
I couldn't get to MGoBlog.com for a 5 minute span. Thought it might be overloaded because of a Hello: Treadwell thread or something...but once it loaded up...nothing...
Yup. Same thing happened to me. Damnit
They tweet & retweeted that Michigan fans should "get acquainted" with 2014 CB Montae Nicholson. Coincidence? I usually say hello when I meet someone...
247 sports link here
Rivals reports offers from us, Penn St, and Pitt. Seems like a 4-star-ish type based on that
Dawson and Green are tight, so i think it might be Green when he visits on the 28th and 29th
Dawson had previously tweeted that the BBQ would be epic.
Dawson on Green "That's my homeboy. I talk to him pretty much every day; as a matter of fact, I talked with him earlier today. We (Michigan) have a really good chance with him, no doubt about it. I'll be looking forward to seeing him at the BBQ in a few weeks".
I think Green commits at the barbeque after he sits down with hoke.
His earlier tweet about the BBQ might be a hint as well
agreed... its gonna be Green, then a 2014 recruit OR TWO, also.
So I say its Green, and Damon Webb, and Malik McDowell.
Im guessing three commits at the BBQ, and possibly Treadwell but only if he goes to BBQ.
You're really stretching here. Green only recently cut down to a top 13. In many of interviews, besides ones where he is specifically asked about Michigan, he rarely mentions us. I'd love to have him, but I think it's an uphill battle as of now, and if we do get him, I doubt it's any time soon.
That would make the BBQ Epic. There have been hints at more than 1 commit coming. My guess is that these guys are chatting and group chatting quite a bit and the current commits do know when someone is about to drop. It could also be one of the above and a 2014 kid. Who knows. It is fun to speculate to get us to the Cowboy Classic.
With Ramsey going to USC, that probably takes them out of the running for McQuay. Does anyone really think he's going to Vandy. McQuay makes a lot of sense here.
But seeing they lead for Max Redfield and Tahaan Goodman with Priest Willis and Vernon Hargreaves also strong possibilities, I doubt McQuay will have spot if he waits until the end of the year.
Don't discount Vandy. Academics sound like a factor for him, and 2 of his HS teammates are on the team and supposedly is close with them.
As awesome as that would be (I think McQuay is the best uncommited player that Michigan is pursuing right now), it looks like McQuay is waiting til November 21st to annouce. This comes from an interview during The Opening.
Thanks. Back to work.
Dawson has to learn that he says possible commitment, we all move a little bit. Or a lot. Probably a lot.
It's probably going to be at the BBQ
Why do people listen to Sarah Hughes? She always posts something really vague after the information is already out on the web from other sources.
honestly, she is what's bad about twitter IMHO. i remember one time a few months back she out-of-the-blue sent a tweet to Ty Isaac saying something like "Who wouldn't want to run behind Michigan's o-line. I know I would :)" and copying a few other recruits. As if it is her job to play amateur psychologist and try to get recruits to choose UM. way out of bounds. and tremendous, as much as like his stuff, tweeting "good luck" to uncommitted recruits he barely knows as they head off to camps. just a really bad trend, adults thinking they are friends with 17-year old kids over twitter.
isn't that a bit risky on her part? Tremendous, while I do think the whole twitter friendships are creepy, does appear to avoid influencing decisions.
You clearly have no clue how much more difficult it is to maintain contacts for a non-national site.
These kind of comments are annoying to be honest. Say what you would about others, but we've had to take a conciously different approach to how we obtain and maintain our contacts because of how difficult it is to maintain that relationship. If you're not one of the nationally known pay-sites, you have to work twice as hard to get (and continue to get) the information because more often than not, the kids aren't going to come to you. We're at their mercy in every way. It sucks, but it's something that was learned quickly.
Wishing a kid good luck is in no way, shape or form trying to be friends with them; it's keeping us in their heads so they are more likely to come to us with information so that you, somebody who is clearly interested in recruiting, will get the information you desire without having to pay $120/yr to get it.
I understand the angle you're taking, but it's just incorrect...at least from our standpoint.
You're assuming that what you guys do is a good thing. If I had a son who was an elite recruit, I wouldn't be happy about hundreds of sites like yours chatting up my 15-year-old son, trying whatever it takes to get an interview and scoop out of him. That's especially true given that many of these sites are operated by people who (1) have little/no training in responsible journalism and (2) have essentially no incentives to show restraint (e.g., it's not like you're protecting the reputation of a major newspaper).
There's a real argument that the old school way - e.g., reaching out to kids through their coaches and parents - is the appropriate one. I know the counterargument is that these kids put themselves out there through public Twitter and Facebook accounts, but I think that's weak. They're still kids, for one, and it's hard to expect them not to do that when all of their friends get to do it.
I'm guilty of some hypocrisy here, because I read your site (and others) and enjoy the information. At the same time, I've worked with high school kids, and I think there's a real need to protect them in unregulated spaces like this one.
You're making more than a few assumptions, aren't you? We've been rejected plenty of times for interviews. If a kid says no, that's the end of it. Have you seen any Kendall Fuller interviews on our site? How many Laquon Treadwell updates have you seen?
There's nothing malicious about taking a service people normally pay for and providing it for free if you're doing it the right way. There's a reason why coaches like the ones at Woodbridge in VA (2014 DE Da'Shawn Hand, #1 player in the class and someone who has probably had hundreds of requests for interviews) have invited Keith and myself to their school for a practice this summer. Or why the uncle of WR Derek Kief, who visited yesterday, made a point to send both Mark (mgobluegr) and myself a special thanks for doing the write-ups we've done on him the last couple days. We get a good amount of praise from coaches and parents alike and have never gotten negative feedback from either group.
It's not a perfect model, but there isn't one out there. I stand behind how we've done things though and it won't change.
EDIT: Much like the other post I responded to, I understand your sentiments, but I think our site has worked hard enough and shown through our work that we don't deserved to be lumped in with the "hundreds of other sites" that you're referring to.
I think we might be talking past each other. I didn't mean this as criticism of you or your site in particular - I meant it as a broader concern about the changing world of recruiting coverage. I'm not sure what you meant about the assumptions I'm making, and I'm not sure how your post really responds to mine.
The assumption you're making is that people don't appreciate sites like Tremendous. That assumption is clearly wrong considering the type of success he's had so quickly. His reply was regarding your comment, "You're assuming that what you guys do is a good thing." You being on this board is clearly proof that what he does do is indeed a good thing. People are obsessed with recruiting and the fact that there are some sites who share the information for free is a gift to fans.
Tremendous is a special site because they don't get info from the pay sites or anything like that, they actually do the work, which is damn impressive considering it's only a couple of them and how many recruits they've talked to. The "old-school" way of contacting a recruit via his parents or his coach is just like you said, old-school. The world moves on and if recruits live on Twitter and Facebook the way they do today, then there is nothing wrong with trying to get an interview or a top-5 list from them. It only becomes crossing the line when someone pushes him to attend a certain school, which he has never done.
The world is changing, and so is recruiting. If you were a parent of a top recruit and didn't want 50 sites after him for an interview, you can do what 2014 WR Derek Kief's parents did, and create a Twitter account and website strictly for his recruitment. Reporters and journalists are being referred to the site and Twitter account for questions about his recruitment so he doesn't get nagged. Twitter and Facebook have changed recruiting so people are starting to change their tactics. It's better to embrace technology and change as opposed to being stuck in the past. Yes, they are kids, but they are also treated like celebrities. That comes with the territory.
I definitely didn't assume that people don't appreciate sites like Tremendous. Hell, my last paragraph was a confession that I'm hypocritical with this, because I, myself, enjoy Tremendous. I just don't think that "Do some people like it?" should be the only criterion for evaluating whether something is healthy/appropriate.
I also disagree with your "that comes with the territory" conclusion, but I'll save that for another day.
Steve, stay above the fray on this; you're doing a good job getting millions of hits.
She's had some scoops including the first interview of Su'a Cravens (while everyone else was trying to reach him) and as well as other recruits. Recruits like her and they talk to her. Her job like others is to build a relationship with recruits to open the flow of information for all of us recruiting junkies. That relationship starts on Twitter these days. I cant criticise her methods on Twitter since I don't tweet but they seemed to work.
She was also much more respectful than this site in handling Joe Mathis. Rather than jump on the bandwagon and imply he's a flake for switching favorites to Nebraska (which doesn't build relationships with recruits either btw) she called him up right away and asked what happened and got a credible answer. That shows maturity.
She does re-tweet everything on recruiting but so does everyone else. Her re-tweets of Dawson I think this group appreciates.
What I don't get is why dudes on this site and elsewhere are complaining. There are a lot of other new blog sites and analysts that are much much worse. Seems a bit odd to me given the facts.
She also actually talked to Dawson when that whole "visiting Florida" crap hit the fan, and got the story straight from him, rather than trying to interpret cryptic tweets or retweeting others.
I agree with BoandHokeFan... Sarah has a reasonably well-established Michigan recruiting blog, and it seems clear that she has connections with recruits and is able to provide information direct from recruits, which makes her just as credible in that respect as any other blog "recruiting guru." So it also makes me wonder why so many on this blog jump in with "who the fuck is that chick?" every time information from her is quoted.
Sit here hitting F5 since that would be more interesting than anything else that's going on at work today. I have a feeling it will be the first commit of the 2014 class though, which would be cool too I suppose.
So is USC done with Ramsey's anouncement? That's recruit number 15.
Too bad for everyone who came out these past weeks saying "USC is my leader too!" if that's the case.
If 3 of the commits early enroll, they can back date those commitments to the 2012 class. The only sticking point is they have to stay at 75 scholarships. Right now, they only have 14-15 graduating seniors so they would need another 3-4 scholarships to open through attrition (transfers or RS Juniors not getting a 5th year).
If they do go to 18 in 2013, they would be limited to no more than 15 in 2014 as they would not be able to back date any early enrollees because they took the full 15 in 2013.
Pacing thank you Ms Hughs. When I saw the site down I couldn't wait to see to get back on here. I hope its Green, Fuller or Quan (very important needs all) especially after the Isaac kick in the nuts.
There should be a way to downvote for being "unintelligible."
Anyone got this brain buster figured out?
Now the already played out, super annoying "It's Stefon Diggs" posts in commitment watch threads are going to morph into "It's Stefon Diggs. Seriously." Get ready to read that one countless times.
Or things like this happen:
I can't tell you but I know.
Can't you guys just take the information and be happy about it?
First of all, I never said anything to Ty Isaac regarding playing behind Michigan's o-line. That is ridiculous. I may have retweeted another recruit but I would never say that to him considering that could be a violation.
Second of all, I contacted a current commit today who told me who the 2 recruits who are supposedly comitting soon are. I gave you guys a hint on Twitter by saying it's probably our best-case scenario but that's all I could say because the commit specifically told me not to say anything. Why would I break his trust? So he never tells me anything again? That wouldn't be very smart now, would it? Why would I break two kids' commitments before they want everyone to know? I'm not a journalist or a reporter, have never claimed to me, so it's not my job to "break" commitments. I have no gain in that.
And about Tremendous saying "good luck" to a recruit...you guys must be joking. That's a bad thing now? Some of you need a reality check.
For those who had my back -- thank you. At least some people can appreciate free information.
I think most (who have kept silent like myself while a few snipe at you) do appreciate the info you put out there *free*. Keep up the good work...
Now, should we---or shouldn't we---buckle up?
I barely ever post anymore because most people on this site who do have become ridiculously spoiled and just whine over dumb things. I just logged in to say thanks for the info the majority realizes that although we don't use twitter or maybe even like the idea of tweeting high school recruits, your job (and Tremendous') requires it! You provide a service that everyone commenting in this thread enjoys and to bash you for it is extremely hypocritical.
Keep doing what you're doing, we will all keep reading, and mostly thanks for not giving away who the commits are! I remember when TomVH was on this site EVERYONE applauded his restraint to not break these news against these kids wishes. Now everyone slams you for doing the same thing. Let us know when you can give us more info, with the kids approval of course, and when the commitment comes post an interview you had typed up with Dawson over a week before he committed. That is the only way I can think to shut some of these people up. If you care about the criticism!
You are not the only one. Perhaps it is just the slow season but over the last three to four weeks the attitude has picked up. Talk about eating your own. There is a contingent on here that take themselves way to serious. It doesn't help that some people also are prone to internet braveness when responding to fellow posters.
Sarah, the majority on here really appreciate your efforts. Keep it up as we would hate to see you move on. For those, like myself, who have careers and family and don't really have the free time to browse all the recruiting services, we greatly depend on solid fan driven sites. Keep up the good work and Go Blue! I look forward to finding out who will be joining the class soon.
This is well said.
It is not required to have a player rating system and act like a snob to contribute information to Michigan fans about recruites.
Sarah, just ignore the critics. That is all.
Trust me, I've ignored plenty of "critics," but if someone is misquoting me, I have to say something. I don't tell recruits to come to Michigan. There are tons of fans who do that, one more message from me isn't gonna do anything for them.
Yes she is!
i think we should put this to rest. i, for one, do greatly appreciate the updates and news that Sarah and Steve and the others provide. i think they do a great job and they are reaching a huge audience. but i also think that it's fair for people to criticize certain aspects of the process, and it's likewise fair for people to criticize those that are being critical. all healthy stuff that keeps everything in balance. i think the unprecedented access that twitter gives to everyone is just a bit dangerous and it seems to have escalated the pressure that is being put on recruits and is probably one of the primary reasons for this phenomenon of kids committing earlier and earlier -- and it remains to be seen if this is a good thing. but if the recruits are cool with it (and many, if not most, of them seem to be), then we should be cool with it. just an observation.
at any rate, i just wanted to thank Sarah and Steve and the others and apologize. now, let's get back to the task at hand.
Whose i.d. photo is Mike Martin which is akin to a little boy running around shouting "i'm really knowledgeable about football cause I have pictures of Mike Martin"
Not being a journalist/reporter is to your benefit ! I'm still trying to figure out why it seems that every single male recruiting analyst out there looks like they have never played a quarter of JV high school ball. You can say that you came to this profession out of interest rather than envy.
Some guy said something about " if i had a 15yr old son" blah, blah..Well you DONT..I got corrected on spelling.. (Its a blog. Not a term paper).. Your doing a great job and keep us informed... If they didnt care, why do they keep talking about you... These people give Michigan fans a bad name..GO BLUE
It is sad to see this board turn into such a cynical place. The whole contacting 15-17 year olds on Twitter is wrong and complaining about the people who give you the information needed to get through your work day is simply pathetic. It's information. It's not like the people who run these sites are asking them out for dinner or something. If you don't like it, don't read it. Do not taint the water from the very well you drink from!
Your post (accidentally) illustrates the problem. You say that contacting 15-17 year olds online whom you've never met is a bad thing, which seems right to me, but then you imply that we should sit back and let the experts do it. But now, anyone can put together a site in 15 minutes and claim to be an expert. If we're talking about letting Sam Webb do this kind of work, I generally agree. He has been trained in how to do this, probably shows some restraint when it's appropriate, and has strong incentives to behave responsibly (a bad reputation could cost him his livelihood and seriously damage his well established employer). If I start a blog tomorrow, though, I'd have every reason to pester these kids until they give me what I want. If it works, hey, I have content; if it doesn't, oh well. Now imagine hundreds of these "experts" popping up around the country and what the consequences are for the 15-year olds with Twitter accounts who can be contacted by any of them without them having to go through coaches or parents first.
Has Sam Webb been "trained" to do things like this? This is a serious question. I don't know much about his background. His track record indicates that he's good at what he does and isn't a creepy creepster, but I don't know if he's been "trained" or just has more experience.
Good question. I don't know and that might be a bad example, but I'd imagine that, if nothing else, Scout and Rivals train or mentor people internally. My broader point is that a world with a couple of recruiting sites that might contact kids (ideally through coaches/parents, whom they don't want to upset) seems preferable to one in which anyone who calls himself an expert can pester kids directly without any real consequences.
First off...you miss read my post. I was talking about the complaining and issues with the twitter thing. I know there are creepers out there who approach these kids with the wrong intent, but this is about sports. It would be like going to your high school alma maters' football game. You may not know any of them, but your still interested in their success. Nobody that you have mentioned is "harassing" these kids. They are simply trying to obtain information so that people like you and me can follow the recruiting scene. The players and their parents can chose to not allow information to be released. It's their choice. Nobody is forcing them to talk, nor are they harassing them. They all have reputations to uphold regardless of if they are formally employed by a newspaper.
"Nobody is forcing them to talk, nor are they harassing them."
Part one of this sentence is probably true.
But I don't think you have any idea whether part two is true or not. In fact, I might argue the opposite...
Fair enough, my point was only that we are here looking for recruiting tid bits, then complaining about how they were obtained. I shouldn't have went down that rabbit trail....
Agree. Think about life at 15 years old. In addition to school and practice, these kids have homework, family obligations, etc. Having to deal with a bunch of adults willing to say anything to you to squeeze out the information they want - when you are way too young to know how to handle this stuff to begin with - would be brutal.
By the way, Magnus, you're one whom I admire on this front, because I do think you show restraint. Well, unless you're suggesting that a kid has character concerns because you didn't like the way that he crossed the goalline once. :)
I've only contacted one recruit that didn't try to contact me first, and that was Erik Magnuson, who accepted my interview request. I don't follow any kids on Twitter, although I have tweeted at them when Andrew posts their interview on TTB, just so they can see their own interview.
Personally, I think it's a conflict of interest for interviewers to also be analyzing/criticizing players. I don't feel that I can be an objective analyst of a kid's skills if I'm also trying to build a relationship with him that will produce inside information and interviews. Sites like Scout and Rivals rarely say anything remotely negative about kids, because they count on the kids and their coaches for interviews.
Where the hell did Sam Webb get trained to talk to recruit.. Must have missed that course.. Your on a blog talking about kids yourself pickle
This would be best-case scenario. McQuay could be feeling the squeeze since this class for us and USC are nearly full, but he won't be at the BBQ.