June 30th, 2011 at 9:58 AM ^

This kid deserves a chance to come back and play for 1-2 years.  The fact that he cannot appear before the NCAA personally is unfortunate. 

Here's a question:  why wouldn't a lower-tiered D1 school - someone like Minnesota or MAC school - take a shot with him?  His physical measurables are seriously impressive.  And, he was good enough for ASU, his TWIN brother has NFL talent and he is physically older and more mature than his competition. 


June 30th, 2011 at 7:44 PM ^

Opps my bad.  You only get wait u want, he wants to play football and he will as soon as the litigation is gone in college football.  Buy the way could all of u11300 mich fans buy a pizza for 6 bucks instead of 5?

Not good at math, but its ok I hired a cheap coach..........DB


June 30th, 2011 at 10:08 AM ^

Wow, what a picture there. Doesn't it kind of look like he's trying to just pull the poor kid's heart right out of his chest?

"Look me in the eyes while I decimate your soul."


June 30th, 2011 at 10:10 AM ^

Just my opinion. I think purdue would be a logical spot for him. He could try to fill-in and be their next Kerrigan.

Hopefully he gets a shot somewhere!


June 30th, 2011 at 10:13 AM ^

I guess I would be surprised that some school would not take a chance on him. He actually doesn't seem like too big of a risk, in fact it might be a real smart move for a smaller D-1 school to get this guy on campus for 2yrs.


June 30th, 2011 at 10:19 AM ^

This probably won't make a lot of sense to the board but here. goes.

I have identical twin boys who are 7 years old.   One of them had the same heart defect what Cory had, only we found out about it shortly after he was born  and it was addressed with surgery so that he could "grow into" it. 

This is very common with twins for reasons I won't bore the board with.  Ironically the twin with the heart condition is also much larger than his twin brother and is the better athlete (which may even be the case with the Elmore boys), but will have to watch this his whole life to make sure that the issue stays fixed.so he can play sports.   

Bottom line I think it's the same thing that happened with the Elmore boys. Hopefully, they'll follow similar paths in other ways as they sound like great guys.  


June 30th, 2011 at 10:23 AM ^

I think he'll be fine after a year at a JUCO just to get some film.  You can be a freak in the weight room but t doesn't mean it translates on the field.  Most decent coaches are going to want to see some recent game film before they give you a scholarship and go up against the NCAA for you.