To be fair, she was leading until Final Jeopardy.
I think he's referring to this. Click Forum -> Recruiting Forum. On that page the threads are default sorted by "Replies." The method we are accustomed to (and is more logical IMO) is to sort by most recent reply ("Last Reply"). Every time i change it, it automatically gets set back to the default sort.
As a Cavalier fan, I do not approve taking Tyler freaking Zeller over Sullinger.
Urban Meyer just walked in Schott with Damien Harris. Huge applause. Harris with big smile on his face! Crowd chanting Urban!— Bill Kurelic (@Bill_Kurelic) February 12, 2014
I think Cardale Jones serves as the backup QB but JT Barrett will be the starter when Miller leaves, if that makes sense.
Be gentle though, we're all still trying to get used to this new format and where things are. It's easy to miss things
You're right. I pretty much toss out the writers designated to one school who pick their own school (this early in the process, anyway) and focus on the national guys at this point. I saw Wiltfong predicted Beckner to USC and Wiltfong had the highest % of correct predictions last year if I recall. At least one national guy had Beckner to OSU. Fingers crossed
Took me a while but I found it. Under the recruiting tab at the top there are three stories listed and to the right of that are five tabs- Football recruiting, football scholarship grid, basketball recruiting, basketball scholarship grid, and recruiting forum. May be PC only? Hope this helps.
A lot of people are thinking it's an OSU-USC battle with Beckner. Perhaps Mizzou sneaks into the picture as a place close to home in the SEC. A crystal ball prediction recently went out to LSU, but I hadn't heard there name mentioned before.
As others have noted, very difficult to scroll within a forum on iPad/iPhone due to freezing. I could not send my forum comment on my iPad, had to switch over to PC.
Also, unable to log-in on iPad while in Landscape. Could be user error, but it wouldn't allow me to click user name. Worked fine when I switched to Portrait.
I don't know if it's by design, but the default sorter in forum is to sort by number of replies rather than most recent reply. Every time I switch it manually it's switched back to default the next time I try.
Not a great year for a rather unknown RB to get that Buckeye offer. 2015 is the year of the running back- Buckeyes are shooting big nationally and there are a lot of talented Midwest guys that the staff may be thinking they can fall back on.
I look forward to watching his progress though, hopefully he gets those D1 offers and maybe he can get the Buckeye interest.
10 ATH Jerome Baker
9 DE Terry Beckner Jr.
8 LB Justin Hilliard
7 QB Torrance Gibson
6 OT Drew Richmond
5 RB Damien Harris
4 DT Tim Settle
3 LB Ricky DeBerry
2 CB Minkah Fitzpatrick
1 RB Larry Scott
Would love to see the 11w staff participate for comparison.
I just don't know how we can stay at the top of his list when we are competing against the Tennessee Twitter fan base.
Regarding James Daniels, I think Ohio State is going to have a tough battle with Iowa for his services. Daniels brother is a RB at Iowa (same story as Hilliard) and he has interest. His Dad was a Buckeye though, so that leans in our favor.
I think if it were up to Meyer we would take less Ohio kids than we did in 2014 simply because Ohio doesn't seem to be all that strong in 2015 at this point. If we miss out on our national targets though we may see the number of Ohio kids rise.
You may be right, but I think Meyer is still trying to build depth and find playmakers at the position. 2013 and 2014 classes have done a lot, but I wouldn't be surprised to see 3 LBs in 2015.
2. Defensive Back.
Awesome! I know he was LJ's guy. Does he project as a WSDE like Holmes or would he bulk up and move to SSDE?
And I thought we wouldn't have any signing day excitement this year
I read the portion about how difficult recruiting was and remembered his announcement. Worth a watch if you haven't seen it or just want reminded of how difficult the process is for these kids.
Dang it I have been too slow lately. Was late to post the decommit.
I read one of the coaches was at St. Eds in Cleveland today too. Shaun Crawford and others.
How have I never seen this?? Thanks
I'm sure this was as difficult for you to write as it was for me to read. The telegraphed 3rd down QB draw plays were beyond frustrating, especially when the Buckeyes went empty backfield. Carlos Hyde receiving 4 carries after the Buckeyes took the lead in the third quarter was also frustrating.. While those plays certainly left an impression in my mind as critical plays, this game came down to Braxton Miller's arm and his inability to make the throws we needed (or, in some cases as you mentioned, the receivers not being able to catch them).
Absolutely not- I cannot imagine not liking this guy.
Right, I mean the perimeter jumper more so than just the three pointer. If he gets that he's a complete player: already has the defense, passing, and ability to penetrate the defense