November 21st, 2010 at 7:57 PM ^

But with all the recent history of guys transferring if they aren't starting as freshmen, I would hate to see a him get mad.  I am all for taking both, assuming everyone realizes that they have a place on the team.


November 21st, 2010 at 7:33 PM ^

this offense likes to use multiple backs.  Plus it's generally not a good habit to turn down 4 star top 100 kids from in-state who want to commit. 

I know we need defensive guys, but we have a few more scholarships than we were anticipating, and unless the staff has reason to think taking Hayes would cost them Hart, I can't see any reason to say no. 


November 21st, 2010 at 7:42 PM ^

The kid is a top talent and in state.  Not to mention, he looks good not only running the ball but also catching it.  Since the staff is still recruiting other back/slot players like Nealy and Rawls I can't imagine they would turn down Justice if he was interested.  I would love to have him on board. 


Remember one of the schollies this year was opened up by Austin White leaving. 



November 21st, 2010 at 7:33 PM ^

It's okay, we have Dee Hart and yes we do like to use more than one back, so we could use him, but I am looking forward to the Hopkins/shoelace/hart show.  Unless they turn him in to a reciever like they did with Terrance Robinson, but I dont think that will happen.  It is our destiny to have another Hart at running back.


November 21st, 2010 at 7:47 PM ^

Of course, we can't jump to conclusions just yet. But if Hayes comes to AA, could we still take Nealy at the slot and then a WR? I really think Sousa's spot will be filled by a non-QB.


November 21st, 2010 at 7:55 PM ^

But what I meant by "something happen" is a decommitment. Speculation's cool, but I'm not going to take part until I know he's not part of the class. A lot of people are talking about him like he's already parted ways with the coaching staff, I still think there's a great shot he signs with Michigan.