Jared Goff as a franchise QB for the Browns, playing for them for 14+ years? Yeah, right, like a QB will last that long in Cleveland...
I agree, I just thought it was an interesting stat.
Recent No. 1 signees per the 247Sports Composite
2016: Rashan Gary – Michigan
2015: Trent Thompson – Georgia
2014: Leonard Fournette – LSU
2013: Robert Nkemdiche – Ole Miss
2012: Dorial Green-Beckham – Missouri
2011: Jadeveon Clowney – South Carolina
2010: Ronald Powell – Florida
2009: Matt Barkley – USC
Side note: 2012 was Missouri's first year in the SEC
He's the first #1 recruit in at least the last 7 classes to not end up at an SEC school
Bring it on.
With a middle name like Hayes, he seems like a perfect fit for the Buckeyes!
247 now has us with 1 5-star, 17 4-stars, and 7 3-stars... do they really change the rankings on signing day??
EDIT: Never mind, I was looking at the composite rankings, your screenshot is of the 247 rankings.
Ohio State's 2016 early enrollees — WR Austin Mack, RB Antonio Williams, DL Malik Burrow, OLTyler Gerald, DL Jonathon Cooper, LB Tuf Borland, and OL Michael Jordan.
I know, just thought I should point it out.
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I'd be cool with that. Fingers crossed! Maybe we can pick up Bosa while we're at it.
or get rid of Dwayne Bowe's old, underperforming ass and have Gordon AND Miller
Yep. 9/11 - Ms. Powell's 7th grade English Class for me
is that supposed to be Texas?
The EPA can't directly drive that, but they can recommend to Congress which energy sources to subsidize.
I think "spewing vile" is maybe a little harsh and hyperbolic, but I agree some tact would have been to his advantage.
For real. 6'5" wideout? Yes, please.
If you're in the Columbus area:
I mean, I get it, if somebody said something about the Buckeyes or any of the Cleveland teams to me, and were being serious about it, I'd get mad too. To be fair though, that's just DJ's sense of humor. It's intentionally over the top, but with underlying truth. Is Tennessee the prototypical organization? No, but I took soulless to be hyperbolic, or lacking heart and passion, rather than evil or something similar.
I read that as University of North Carolina at first, I was very confused... I'm a little slow this morning.
The Titans have had 2 consecutive bad years, but they're not on the same level of bad as the Browns. Getting kicked while you're down? Try being so far down you just get walked on.
UV for prompting discussion. I was only trying to point out that your analogy was not quite an "apples-to-apples" comparison. I agree that college football is certainly considered the primary option over the CFL by the vast majority of players. I think this whole debate is originated in the lack of a true NFL minor league, but that's just my opinion.
A crucial point missing from the analogy with the previous institution is free will...
Mildly ironic since they both flipped from their original commitments.