That is his best position.
I love the guy as a person, but I think he went at about the right spot. No shame at all in being number 102.
Not surprised Jones and Perry are available. Round 4-5 sounds about right.
But I totally agree about Jones going before Cook. CJ isn't as polished but has a much higher ceiling.
I think we saw that while he's a high character guy and a solid player, but Perry's not a day two guy. Adolphus definitely is and would probably have gone a little earlier aside from his arrest.
Perry is a high character guy, but Adolphus is the better player. He should get drafted tonight.
Obviously he stayed involved in the football operations far too long, but there was a time when Al Davis was the best in the business. The Raiders have a national fan base and that's because of him.
Yes, not including Washington is a glaring omission.
I think it's fair to say Zeke is more physically talented coming out of college. Whether that translates to NFL success, only time will tell. Smith's greatest asset was his durability. He played well and for a long time. But he was not Brown or Simpson or Payton or Sanders.
I was wondering about that statement myself. OSU definitely adapts the scheme but the base is 4-3.
Wonder Woman, but you probably weren't focused on her name.
I'm constantly amazed at how Cbus has changed. Not that long ago, New Albany was a relatively poor farming community.
Yeah but the late 80s brought one of the worst four year stretches in OSU history - the end of Earle and the start of Coop. It seemed like it might be OK in 86, although The Game that year foretold of the heartbreak that would follow. At least we still had the North Berg, the South Berg, and every bar in between where we could drown our sorrows. We even lost Gary Williams in the late 80s. You early 90s guys had very good hoops.
Probably upper east side. Blanking on the name though. Ah, age.
I feel pretty confident about the over.
Yeah, why can't these guys do everything and be everything?
We definitely traded safety and "quality of life" during the past three decades in NYC. It's a little less interesting and A LOT more expensive. But in there are more Buckeyes too.
What additional information would you like Thad to share?
I may be able to help with one of your issues. OSU only has one true point guard currently on scholarship - CJ Jackson. Lyle is a lead guard, a player with combo skills. So Thad will, and should, be recruiting another PG.
I remember that story. But who does that??? First meeting with the new coach and you're late? Recalls the old saying - you never get a second chance to make a first impression.
This hit and Katzenmoyer on Corby Jones were the two biggest Buckeye hits I ever saw.
Spence'a comments make me wonder how well his sobriety will stick. He should really be looking at himself as he ponders why people deserted him. His addict friends won't like that he's sober in most cases and he likely burned bridges with others when he was addicted. Hopefully he will look to regain the trust of those he cares about and empathize with those who chose to move on.
Based on the Spring Game alone, I think Hooker would play strong safety and Damon Webb would play free safety. Erick Smith may take one spot if he recovers quickly. I do not see Cam Burrowss beating out any of these guys to start.
I don't think Urban Meyer would coach that way. He did not enjoy the way OSU won in 2013.
He was a very aggressive defensive coach. But he had talent on offense too - Kenny Britt and Mohammed Sanu to name a couple of players.
You counter that by not bringing the CB every time. Then you punish him when he guesses wrong - either way.
It probably says that they're not sure how ready all the you TEs will be. Better to have an experienced backup.