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11/30/2012 - 11:46am Jr year highlights

All those highlights were from his Jr year.  He spent his senior year at Sandy Creek HS (Calvin Johnson's alma mater).

06/14/2012 - 8:18pm The underachieving Tigers from Clemson

No doubt he'll improve their defense.  It always amazing me though that Clemson gets a bunch of 5 star athletes and does nothing with them.  They'll blow out a top ten team them get 70 put on them in a bowl game.  Last year was just another chaotic year there. 

I wonder if that DC got the pink slip in the 1st or 2nd half?

 

 

06/14/2012 - 7:20pm Not that anyone needs proof

Not that anyone needs proof that this kid is legit.  I teach/coach here in Georgia and we throw 7 on 7 with Grayson every year.  He's every bit of 6'5 and at least 275.  Oh yeah, he also runs a 4.5.

02/01/2012 - 5:48am Too early for nicknames?

I would think DF will have a huge chip on his shoulder with much to prove. Plus, you can never have enough speed.

12/16/2011 - 8:03am A better picture would be...

Same letter but someone wiping their ass with it.

 

12/15/2011 - 10:29am Recruiting

I think it's important to establish the guideline that if you're going to look at other schools and take visits then U of M doesn't consider you to be a solid verbal.  As much as we want to lock guys up and build upon a recruiting class, we need to remember these are kids and they are under a lot of pressure.  Recruiting is often the hardest and most taxing part of coaching.  Hoke's staff is to be commended for their efforst thusfar and they'll continue to build a solid reputation with future recruits based upon how they're handling the process.

 

12/14/2011 - 3:11pm First time posting on the board.

Graham is a defensive guy.  He's also high energy.  I've heard him speak at clinics and he's crazy.  I'd like to say things wil heat up in the PAC-12 with RRod and him taking over the instate battle of 'Zona but no one really cares.  It does have potential for those two programs to be relevant which is what they both aspire to be.  Look at Stanford five years ago.  They were just another team on the schedule for USC and Oregon.

 

We're talking about it so it's at least a tad bit interesting.