PHONE'S RINGING -- IT'S URBAN ON THE LINE
Raid the west coast. I think we should go after every Oregon and USC commit! Also, what does nfm mean?
No. Further. Message. :)
oh. I thought you meant Never Effing Mind, in which case I would have been sad.
"A guy from Ohio can make it in life if he works hard enough." - Wayne Woodrow Hayes
6'3" twins that could play WR, S, or OLB. Gotta love these offers for the last spots in 2013. Long shots, but the activity level of the staff in trying to finish the class with the best available is exciting.
They're both listed at ATH on one site.... Turn them both into WR's!!!! We won't need Gibson or any of the other guys after that. Get those 2 with Bell and we are set.
Matta and Meyer have to work together on this one since they want to be dual sport atheltes
Let the poaching begin...I love it!
"There's nothing that cleanses your soul like getting the hell kicked out of you."
"I love football. I think it is most wonderful game in world and I despise to lose."
Woody Hayes 1913 - 1987
But Mark Dantonio might be mad....
4-6 seconds from point A to point B and when you get to point B, be pissed off
links for those who are interested
maybe we could use basketball scholarships for them and not football. or at least 1 and 1.
It will always go to football
Yep. Higher revenue sport gets the scholly, for the previous poster's benefit.
For those of you who read this early
KeepOnDucking is really going to lose it now. Kelly leaving, UFM poaching Oregon's players, this guy is going to lose it.
Love the MSU thread link, vabuckeyeinsanity! What a great read!
Going by that thread alone, you'd think football in East Lansing is imploding.
They're about ready to hang their OC ...
One can play saftey and one could play WR! That would work out amazing!
Put one on both sides of the ball so one can be on the field at all times
Tyrell Robinson scouting report.
Robinson is a great looking athlete who possesses impressive movement skills given his size. Whether he ends up on defense as an OLB or on offense as a wide receiver, his best football is definitely ahead of him. He is raw, but extremely gifted on both sides of the ball. He's tall, well-built and can really run. His height and wing span combined with body control give him great range. Offensively he has huge upside. He needs to harness and develop his natural tools, but he has lots of ability to work with. His greatest asset is his size and he is getting a good feel for how to use it and outmuscle defenders.
Tyree Robinson scouting report.
Robinson is a great looking target with a combination of size, strength, wiry frame and deceptively good speed. He is very nimble footed and explosive for a player his size. He is raw and lacks route discipline and a complex route tree, but athletically there are lots of tools to mold here. He has good power and burst off the line. He is a fairly smooth route runner who stays under control, but can still be raw in this area and round off his cuts. He has big, soft hands and adjusts to the poorly thrown ball very well. He can catch over his head and makes a lot of acrobatic catches in the vertical passing game.
I say get these brothers in scarlet and grey and let urban do his magic with their raw talent
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