|06/24/2018 - 5:17pm||I think people are missing a…||
I think people are missing a large part of the Khaleke Hudson story. Khaleke Hudson was not on the radar at all until he had a huge Semper Fi performance and a monstrous senior year. He was a nondescript 3 star all the way up until November/December and received huge ranking boosts at the very tail end of the recruiting cycle to boost him up to a high 3 star at 384th overall. This includes a position boost from the 86th safety to the 40th safety on ESPN ON signing day. Khaleke Hudson did not even receive a Michigan offer until November and Penn State rejected his committed at least once, possibly three times. So no, Hudson was not highly regarded unless you place a lot of value in last second make up rankings. The association people make with him is that the recruiting industry missed - badly, and only saved face by last minute bumps to 4 star and high 3 star status. Furthermore he was considered a tweener which is why people bring him up in Velaquez discussion. At this point in Hudson's recruitment he did not have a Michigan offer and was getting his commitments rejected by Penn State. Retroactively looking at recruiting rankings really doesn't tell the story of a prospect since the rankings are continuously updated - I've seen a lot of bad evaluations over the years...
|06/24/2018 - 5:10pm||Seems like a nice all round…||
Seems like a nice all round TE prospect to add to the list. Will fit in nicely with Schoonmaker's boom or bust potential and should be a good TE, hopefully in the McKeon model
|05/08/2018 - 10:13am||There is a place inbetween||
There is a place inbetween JOK and Baker Mayfield... No quarterback is perfect and makes every throw. Even when you look at the quarterbacks picked in the 1st round draft profiles you'll see them miss a lot of throws they should make. He'll make some bad throws/mistakes but that doesn't mean he'll be bad.
|04/30/2018 - 9:53pm||With all respect to CTE and||
With all respect to CTE and the effects repeated brain trauma have on a brain, which I believe does have a correlation, arent cognitive and behavioral mood diagnoses on the rise in general? I have both (behavioral and cognitive) problems and never played contact football. It was my perception that these things have seen an increase in focus and thus an uptick in diagnoses. I'm not discrediting the survey or the results of it, just something I was wondering about.
|03/20/2018 - 3:20pm||Thank you, you're a life||
Thank you, you're a life saver!
|03/18/2018 - 12:36pm||Similar problem, I've missed||
Similar problem, I've missed a good portion of both tournament games and it's impossible to find any online right now. The nearest I've gotten is CBS does a tournament replay at 2/4am but they don't announce the games ahead of time... or at least not that I've seen. If anyone finds either of the tournament games, let me know! (I realize Montana was an ugly game, I would still like to watch it)
|03/18/2018 - 12:33pm||Yeah I think MAAR is simply||
Yeah I think MAAR is simply because Mgoblog decided very early they didn't want to type "Muhammad-Ali Abdur-Rahkman" in their write ups so they shortened it to MAAR. Never heard anyone actually say that from the program.