And a rigged raffle!!! #neverforget
I bet Tyvis goes pro early. His best friend Cardale will likely go too.You never want to be 5 years out of high school during the draft if you can help it. It really hinders the perception of your upside. If you're even skill wise with a guy who is 20 or 21, they will pick him every time over the 23.5 year old.
I think Erick Smith ends up being a top 60 NFL draft pick and Tyvis rolls in around the 200s.
We aren't full right now, we are full for 2016. My guess is Thad knows JaQuan Lyle or Giddens are going pro after this season so there will be a 2016 opening.
I disagree...the chance to 3 peat might be pretty damn appealing.
Harris, Tate, KBD, Loving, Giddens.
And that they were in a position to win all three of those games in the fourth quarter
What's your take on Jamel Dean situation? Does he not have cartilage in that knee any longer? Will it impact Judson?
Really sucks, he was my recruiting crush. I was expecting him to start his second year.
LeCharles doesn't like the side hassle with being a collegiate coach. He is quite happy just focusing on developing individuals and seeing them reach their potential.
From a quickness and speed standpoint, nope. From a coordination and vision standpoint, yes.
And Dan Fox and Robby Parris. Tons of kids at Ignatius and other OH catholic schools grow up with fathers or uncles that went to ND or dreamed of going there. In the heart of the Cooper Buckeye run, there were far more ND football fans at Ignatius than Buckeye fans.
I look at Mitchell and see Chandler Parsons, a front court guy who is pretty good at everything, not super athletic, but can play a bunch of positions but not be amazing at any one. He will likely play in the NBA one day as well.
Deangelo might make 40% more on his rookie contract if he waits one more year for the huge cap increase of 2016, not to mention there won't be 3 highly touted big men prospects to go ahead of him either.
Before the season the consensus was Russell would be around two years, ergo the PG gap
Think about Grant and Kwon never being on the field together but combing for 123 tackles. Wow there was production from that MLB spot this year. Kwon may flirt with Spielman and Big Cat numbers next year.
I dislike seeing this clip as an example of Rousey beating up a guy. He playfully says a few things to her and gets injured in what is essentially a move demonstration, and a basic rudimentary move that never gets hit in a quality high school wrestling match at that. He is compliant, if he dropped his hips 2-3 inches she can't complete the move. This guy was looking for a way to go viral to promote himself and his brand and he succeeded.
And Conner is in the background and I think that's Worley next to him
World: Sydney, can't beat it. Europe: Budapest, hidden gem not overrun with American tourists and the traps that accompany us USA: Austin Southern region: Savannah, glad Sherman didn't torch the place.
We sure do need a reliable PR
It's no different than a guy like Garrapolo transferring to Ohio State. Adams is pretty damn good and the offense is tailored for his skill set.
No one can be planning on leaving a place until they get an offer from a place they want to go. In most cases you don't get an offer before you get interviewed. What if Drayton blew the Bears out of the water and became the surprising choice in a job hunt? Is it your duty to tell a recruit if you're interviewing for a job that you don't expect to get?
He's almost old enough to get a scholarship offer from Lane Kiffin
It would be kind of nice to start an OSU Football Parent Alumni Organization to help with questions parents have and improve on things that coaches and players fail to notice as well as keeping a nice networking opportunity for former players looking for employment connections post playing career.
Withers was the biggest force behind landing Vonn Bell. The guy was a hit with me just for that.