What's the point in having a medical staff to evaluate players, if when they don't clear someone to play you just go to another doctor to get cleared? And people that say he was just getting cut must not have seen his film. He looked blazing fast on film, and had even put on some muscle recently if I remember correctly! Looked like he would have been a hell of a saftey.
I believe meyer would have missed on lee if it wasn't for fickle lobbying for him. Honestly, I think these guys are pretty accurate with their rating if you ask me. We all know of guys that came in as a low ranked player and made it, but for every one of those there are probably 2 or so low ranked players that don't make it. It makes sense that the rating are pretty accurate because many of the good teams are always landing the top prospects (bama, osu, fsu, etc).
I agree we won't see a drop off for a few more years but there is a difference between a mid 40 year old getting back into shape and lebron who is at about peak physical condition as possible. Lebron can only go downhill, while since you are starting to get back into shape can "have a resurgence." There is no resurgance for someone that is at their peak. But I agree with you, he has a few more years before we start to see a decline. I would say about 33-34 and we will start to see that decline. Once you hit that age you see a decline in muscular strength from there on out, nothing you can really do about it.
When the only other thing to talk about is Brady and deflate gate, ESPN will make nonstories a something because there is nothing else to talk about.
I thought they spit him out right after, it was just he was so close to the blackhole that time slowed. Just being near the black hole 70 or so years went by is the way I understood it
Seems that urban is great at not just finding great players but someone that is going to be a great leader too!
I remember something similar happening to us last year and I think we turned out okay. I'm sure the same can be said for bama too
They did learn from Kalis, they aren't going to that school up north hahaha
His film does look really good, really closes in the ball carrier with some bad intentions! My only thing is he seems to do some talking after every hit he makes
Double post sorry guys
I remember watching Darren lee in high and not being impressed after the game. Glad to say I was very wrong on that one!
I think people are overlooking to very important things that this video teaches which at least was never taught to me. First it teaches head behind the runner which I was always taught in front. Secondly to just roll to the ground I was taught not to roll because that could hurt that players knee
I remember seeing James Clark's film and thinking I haven't seen someone that fast in film in a long time! That dude didn't just outrun people he left them in the dust!
A better way to look at it would be the percentage of 3 stars, 4 stars, 5 stars, that are in the nfl. The sheer numbers of 2 and 3 stars makes it more likely for them to be in the nfl then the 30 or so 5 stars each year.
For those of you putting Paul Warfield on your list I'm curious as to why? He had under 40 rec and only 6 touchdowns so why is he even on this list? I understand it was a different era but someone with such little production doesn't seem to deserve to be on the list with others with so much production. I'm just curious for your input because I have never saw him play.
Don't forget Dre'mont jones!
That guy is what you call a head hunter, but that competition seems terrible.
What is the position that he wants to play? What position is osu recruiting him as? I figured he was being recruited to the viper and would want to play that position.
On defense vonn bell has been making plays all over the field. On offense Daryl Baldwin, you never hear his name being called which is always a good thing for an offensive lineman.
Did you really just say cardale jones an unproven quarterback is a better passer than Vince young. You really can't be serious!
That block by Samuel on JT's first TD was awesome!
I'm not sure I heard anybody say manziel was a "good ole boy" actually most people thought he send very pretentious or as most of my friends would say a big douche! Maybe a&m fans believe that but there is not one person that I talked to that said they liked manziel.
You do realize there are hundreds of three stars and only about 30 or so five stars right? I'm not saying every five star is going to be great but generally five stars tend to be more successful percentage wise then 3 stars.
The one thing that makes me wonder about Norwood is his offer list. Usually when you look at the low rated players and they have a bunch of really big offers say notre dame, Georgia, or Florida state I say it is just something the recruiting analysts missed on. This is not the case here, Norwood does not have the offer list or the stars which is way I think people are "bitching". That being said I watched his film and I do like what I see big, fast and wraps up
Got it mixed up what I meant to say was that the Haskins to penn state seemed to pick up when wimbush decommited