That name is better reserved for the ball of doo doo.
I'm not really worried, I think he's 100% committed just checking out a school + OSU next weekend for his spring break I'm sure. Now if he wasn't visiting us I'd be a bit worried. Bama had all year last year and several visits to flip Shaun Wade and weren't able to, this could be different obviously but I think it speaks to the volumes of Urban being able to keep his best commits.
Probably looked for another parent or coach of a potential highly touted recruit to take his spot.
Makes it even better knowing Gerbill Pepper was completely blocked out of the play by Weber.
I'd love to see Curtis Samuel get selected in the 1st round. He has an incredible blend of speed, athleticism, and versatility. Used in the right offense, he could be a matchup nightmare in the NFL. Would love to see what he could do for the Pats or Steelers.
Yeah, no way he's 250. Still 6'3" 235lbs is impressive, he needs to see some playing time ASAP and I'm not talking just special teams.
I would put Anthony Cook as more of a "must get" than Douglas at this moment. I think the staff would accept a commitment from Cook right now, and tell Douglas to hold off for a bit.
Lets pick up Howard Griffith, Anthony Cook, and BJ Foster and call it a day.
Clearly obvious the team doesn't give a crap about the regular season, I don't blame them. I know they are sleepwalking to the playoffs but eventually they are going to have to find their groove and turn it up, especially on the defensive side. It's been so frustrating to watch, but now they are only 1 game ahead of Boston with about 13 or so games left, they are going to have to kick it into gear here shortly.
It's behind a paywall but looks like Houston Griffith will be visiting this week, per Wiltfong. Might go a long way in determining where he ends up. He's the #47 overall player and #7 CB.
He "played" as a freshman, in garbage crunch time against Bowling Green.
Can you see Ohio State being a huge player in the recruitment of Isaac Taylor-Stuart? Or is he more likely to stay out West.
You're right, it's probably Alabama's linebackers.
Awesome if all is true. Makes me feel very confident Zamir will choose the good guys, especially once he visits in the spring.
Offenses might have to start running backwards
Would love to see Micah Parsons and Taron Vincent wreak havoc on one side of the DL. Just them two guys alone tells you which way a defense is going to be running the football.
Not all kids are like that. This kid has legitimate interest, otherwise he would not have visited the OSU-UM game on his own dime, or be coming up for another unofficial visit. No doubt FSU is his leader, but his recruitment isn't over. If it was, he'd be committed.
What a masterful elaborate scheme that kid has.
It's easily Denzel Ward. Lone DB with any sort of playing experience in college. He has to step up and be like Roby, Grant, Apple, Conley, Lattimore before him, or else this secondary is going to get picked on. There's multiple guys on the DL and LB that can afford to not play their best and things still be fine, but I don't see that same luxury this year with the secondary.
I think both Andrews have a CB flip for Parsons to OSU, I'm assuming he thinks it's very likely.
Damon Webb will be a starter, and he will improve. He's not going to lose his starting position to someone that hasn't even started a game.
What? Coaching staffs don't pay attention to recruiting rankings? /s
I actually believe the need for secondary guys will be strong once again for the 2018 class. Denzel Ward and Kendall Sheffield, both potential starters, are also both possible early departure candidates. Erick Smith is a senior and Damon Webb could also bolt.
No Baron Browning on the 2 deep at any of the LB spots? Dang. I think that guy is going to be playing some serious minutes this year.
I think all eyes will be on the WR unit this year, in my opinion they are the "make or break" unit this year. We can't have another subpar year from the receivers like we did these past 2 years. This group + JT HAS to log at least around 2,500 yards and probably should have more. If Urban really wants to average 250 yards passing this year, for 12 games, that's 3,000 yards.
Hate to say it but we are a "bad loss" on the resume for Michigan.. yuck.