And it makes it easier for the LBs as well. While the O-Line tries to stop our D-Line, gaps should open up for the LBs (which also consist of supremely athletic 4 and 5 star players).
Let's add Ohio State v. Wisconsin and Ohio State v. Michigan State to round out the top 5.
Dontre Wilson as well.
One player I really like is Jordan Fuller out of NJ. Would he be in the list of players who have a spot reserved as well?
Not so naive to think it would happen, but FSU really should take this opportunity to consider whether or not they want to keep selling what they are selling. Hard work and grit, not (mildly put) "sun and fun" will yield sustained success in the end.
"Isaiah Pryor commits to Ohio State." Can't stop smiling.
Would unquestionably rock at the Lee position, but I kind of hope he stays at safety. At 6'2 and projecting at up to 220 lbs. would be a nasty surprise for our foes.
I agree with you fully. And it would not be too many.
Not sure if anyone said it already, but Isaiah has a GPA of 3.76 and intends to Major in psychology. That is pretty cool.
Yoooohoooooo! I am so happy about this class (and the 2016 class)! Welcome to Buckeye Nation, Isaiah! So good to see the next great Buckeye safety is on board!
All Ole Miss from everything I have read, but we'll see soon enough.
Coach Meyer's high talent-high character approach to recruiting is going to pay enormous dividends moving forward.
That's just it. I hope Jackson will be on board soon and, call me crazy, but I have not given up on Gary just yet.
If you don't mind me giving my 2 cents worth on Mitchell, two things: 1) Mitchell himself and 2) his potential pull on other blue chipers. First, I think Mitchell is a player with great size, speed, potential and versatility. It would not be a good idea to allow him to go north where we may live to regret this choice. Secondly, the NJ group - including players we really want like Gary and Fuller - seems like a closely knit group. Do we really know Mitchell may not be the domino that unlocks all three?
Right now, Harbaugh is not more than the potential for success. Since he has not been tested yet, no one currently can style him a failure. He has gone to great (and imo unethical) lengths to create the perception of momentum. What will this all lead to? Only time will tell, but I would not take any bet against Ohio State. That would be truly delusional.
Farrell's commitment makes our TE problem a thing of the past. This was an expected, but nevertheless extremely important, addition to our loaded 2016 class.
And of course you have Holmes as well. 6'5, built like a heavyweight boxer but with twice the speed. Maybe punting on 1st down would be safer.
Did you know that the literal translation of "Haubeil" from German unto English is "meat cleaver"? That is pretty cool.
Zeke might have something to say about Brax winning the Heisman.
Phenominal move by Miller. Notice how far away Miller is from the defender before he even realizes what just happened to him. Almost makes you feel sorry for him.
I have read everything on Bosa's announcement more than once and I am still blown away.
Damn, I get light-headed just thinking about this DL haul.
But I did pick Bosa before he comitted (although I was wrong about it being after FNL). If I get a second try, I will take Farrell.
Isaiah Pryor (after FNL)
Nick Bosa (after FNL)
Those are all good arguments. It is hard to argue that MSU is not the most important game this year. My thinking was directed more at the future. Crushing TTUN now may prevent their fleeting chance of resurrection in the future under JH. Either way, it seems that TTUN has sold their collective souls by taking the witchdoctor JH on board and now desperately seeks this last, longshot & desparate hope for redemption. To see Ohio State head north and punish them under those circumstances would crush this last vestige of perceived value in their decaying program. It would be justice in its purist & most poetic form.