Glad to see he's still got a shot at making. An amazing athlete like that has to be able to find an NFL home somewhere.
I do worry a bit about the Buckeyes being favored all the time. They did not play great in many games last year that they were favored to win. Something about being an underdog helped them play better; maybe they were just more loose. I hope they can find a way to do that in every game.
I should hope so. I think the Buckeyes 2nd team could be a Top 50 team on its own.
THE BEST STADIUM FIREWORKS! If only they showed a picture of the stadium with fireworks going off. They would have a top 5 class for sure.
Sad but amazing video. It really puts things in perspective. Thank you for sharing it.
Agreed. Make fun of the school, not the kid. My undergrad school only gets about 1 or 2 two star recruits a year. When they get a 3 star, its a time for serious celebration. The rest of their recruits are unranked. So its good to keep things in perspective.
If Kalis would have just kept his mouth shut, it wouldn't have been such a big deal. Recruits flip all the time. But he had to go out and talk trash about "blood on the field." I hope the Buckeyes continue to pummel him for his last two years.
Appreciate the research, Slumlord. I think people underestimate the stigma that some people associate with tattoos. In the white collar marketplace, I believe a visible tattoo is likely to hurt much more than it could ever help. I've seen it happen. I've heard hiring managers say things like "I don't want another person with a bunch of weird tattoos and eyebrow piercings...." Appearance absolutely matters.
I don't understand the appeal of tattoos either or other types of self-mutilation (gauges that stretch the ear lobes). Its ultimately their body, and if they are okay with the consequences, then I don't care. Just don't ask the taxpayers to pay for its removal because no one will hire you because you got a tattoo on your forehead. That's when I start to have a problem.