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Avon, Ohio (via Painesville, Ohio)

Member since 29 December 2012 | Blog


  • SPORTS MOMENT: 2002 & 2014 National Championships
  • NFL TEAM: Browns
  • NBA TEAM: Cavs
  • MLB TEAM: Indians

Recent Activity

Comment 09 Feb 2016

That is a very interesting question as there are only 6 seniors with all the early departures this past season. When you look at the seasoned 3-year players that are returning, I only see 1 that could potential leave early based on his current performance. So that leaves any attrition to injury and/or transfers......It will be a small class. My guess is 12-15 if that. And we already have 10 verbals.

Comment 01 Feb 2016

50-4 under UFM and that is with a Top 5 class in each of his years and some "holdovers" from Tressel. So that means this is UFM 3rd true recruiting cycle plus the carryover year from Tressel/Fickell years (2-3 years). I can remember where those Tressel ratings were, but my guess is it was always in Top 20.

Throw out the Fickell year. What was Tressell's recored over his last 5 years?

Comment 30 Jan 2016

Thanks Seattle for the assist...copy/paste on the iPad gets me as often as the autocorrect on my phone.

Comment 30 Jan 2016

My bad....was left over form previous post. Here is the link that I meant to post.


Comment 29 Jan 2016

Recruiting is only half the equation. What you do with them after they arrive may be equally (or more) important. We have seen 4/5 stars fizzle (Green was the must get his senior year and went up North and we had some guy named Elliott). Remember, LJ's reputation was not only as a hard, aggressive recruiter but as a phenomenal coach. Joey Bosa credits LJ with his rise to stardom.

Give me a coachable talented kid any day of the week instead of a 5 star prima donna look at me kid.