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|13 hours 46 min ago||Not exactly. I know of two||
Not exactly. I know of two guys who have been called silent commits, and I'm not 100% sure which one (or whether both) is accurate. However, for the most part, I know who it's not.
|13 hours 54 min ago||That would make for an||
That would make for an interesting thread...
|13 hours 56 min ago||Yep, I needed Google to||
Yep, I needed Google to figure out who Jai Eugene is... You've hit the nail on the head once again.
|13 hours 59 min ago||I have us with 215 offers out||
I have us with 215 offers out right now (LINK).
|19 hours 6 min ago||I heard he doesn't teach his||
I heard he doesn't teach his kids how to play team basketball. He just lets them screw around and play streetsball.
|19 hours 17 min ago||Nope.||
|19 hours 22 min ago||Jai Eugene had...||
93 tackles, 1.5 tackles for loss, 1 interception for his career at LSU. It doesn't hurt that much.
|19 hours 24 min ago||FYI: Sam Webb works for||
FYI: Sam Webb works for Scout. Therefore, he uses Scout ratings.
|19 hours 53 min ago||re: Jones||
Kids generally don't commit without having seen the campus.
|19 hours 54 min ago||Johnson is only a 3-star on||
Johnson is only a 3-star on Scout.
|20 hours 15 min ago||It's some pretty darn good||
It's some pretty darn good competition. The school has over 4,000 students, and they play some powerhouses in Texas. He's a legit prospect.
|20 hours 24 min ago||It's not Ron Johnson.||
It's not Ron Johnson. Besides, he's only a 3-star on Scout.
|20 hours 26 min ago||Football.||
|20 hours 30 min ago||I believe Chris Brown is more||
I believe Chris Brown is more of a safety prospect, but yes, he's high on Michigan, too.
|20 hours 44 min ago||We're still going hard after||
We're still going hard after David Long, Jr. Jack Jones could play corner. J.D. Spielman, Mark Gilbert, and Wayne Davis are also possibilities.
|1 day 1 min ago||I've watched Caleb Kelly's||
I've watched Caleb Kelly's highlights three times, and I really don't understand all the hype. He's a good athlete but I just don't get it. Nothing jumps out about him on film.
|1 day 26 min ago||Partridge was at Paramus||
Partridge was at Paramus Catholic in 2014. Rashan Gary was at Paramus Catholic in 2014.
|1 day 22 hours ago||I believe he means that it||
I believe he means that it has been suggested for some guys to take medical hardships and such, but they are not giving up quite yet.
|2 days 12 hours ago||Conelius Jones is taking a||
Conelius Jones is taking a class at Fort Sumter Community College and learning how to spell his own name correctly.
|2 days 12 hours ago||You know, we hear about at||
You know, we hear about at least a few hundred recruits in each cycle, and sometimes there's a lot of hype around some guys who fall off the radar. As I was researching a more recent recruiting target, I came across Dillman's name. Last I knew, he was committed to Nebraska, so I was surprised to see he signed with someone else.
Anyway, there were several people around these parts who were pining for Dillman to get an offer as a QB. It turned out, he didn't even win the QB job outright at his new school.
|2 days 15 hours ago||In this metaphor, is it the||
In this metaphor, is it the trunk of a Volkswagen Beetle? Weis seems to have more rolls up front than he does in the back.
|2 days 15 hours ago||I agree with those people who||
I agree with those people who are saying he's not a bad announcer.
But even aside from the Lions thing, I have had a personal run-in with Millen that left me with a bad taste in my mouth about the guy. Not a fan.
|2 days 19 hours ago||For anyone who bothers to||
For anyone who bothers to click on this thread, Dillman ended up signing with North Texas. He ended up as a 247 Composite 3-star, the #64 athlete, and #826 overall.
|4 days 10 hours ago||We are recruiting Korey Banks||
We are recruiting Korey Banks as a WR.
|4 days 10 hours ago||I think it's just kind of||
I think it's just kind of rare that players immediately leave a program and speak positively of their former boss. Regardless of who it is, coaches often rub people the wrong way. And oftentimes, the split is not amicable - it involves the coach getting fired, the player getting traded, the player getting released, etc.
Harbaugh himself said that players will not necessarily realize their coaches' positive traits and impact until years down the road.
|4 days 11 hours ago||That's not a bad idea...||
That's not a bad idea...
|5 days 23 hours ago||Yeah, and that's why I think||
Yeah, and that's why I think traps are successful these days - because the defensive linemen aren't taught to defend it. There are always ebbs and flows in the game, and one reason Michigan State, Ohio State, and (hopefully) Michigan can have success with these plays is so many defenses face zone runs on such a regular basis. Teams get used to defending zone, so then traps and such work. When teams get used to defending traps, whams, etc., then zones start to work. You see the same thing with defenses going from predominantly 4-3 to predominantly 3-4 and back and forth.
|5 days 23 hours ago||From what I've seen, I don't||
From what I've seen, I don't see much upside in putting him at tight end. He doesn't have great ball skills, and he's not very big right now. I think it would be best to put him on defense and special teams. He was a good offensive player in high school, but he was basically a wildcat quarterback.
|5 days 23 hours ago||I think Khalid Hill is||
I think Khalid Hill is probably best suited for it, even though he's coming off the ACL tear. Henry Poggi might be able to do it, too. Otherwise, maybe Kerridge with Houma in the backfield.
|5 days 23 hours ago||I don't agree that one man||
I don't agree that one man has to take himself out of the play. Good defensive linemen can squeeze the hole when they see their guy pulling. I've also seen defensive tackles get in the hip pocket of the puller and make the play in the backfield if the back block doesn't get there in time.
All that being said, I like trap plays. The way to beat zone runs is by getting penetration, and the way to make penetration hurt is by trapping the penetrators. It's a good idea to have some traps in your arsenal if you are also running the zone.