I'll be asking myself this question until my dying day...
I have heard a few different people say he didn't love the academic portion of being in college.
I could definitely see both the Browns trading back and the Cowboys taking Zeke. I would just be surprised with the amount of uncertainty on their d-line that they would take Zeke instead.
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Okudah. Lindsey, as well as DPJ and/or Grimes... I'll take it!
DPJ, Grimes, Lindsey? How many of the three are likely to be good guys? Also how will Jon Snow come back to life in Game of Thrones?
Dynamic defensive talent, would really like to see this guy get back on the field.
I love hearing that Haskins is talking to these kids, all I hear about Haskins is how he has an infectious personality and is always someone that guys gravitate to and that his likability and leadership are his two best traits. We need those kinds of guys crootin' for us.
What kind of player is Antonio Williams being compared to? I know he was originally committed to the cheese eaters up north so are we getting a Montee Ball ground and pound style runner who can also take a jet sweep? What player from the last 5 years would people compare him to?
I think this would be a Grand Slam for both. Cardale can study and learn behind a guy Palmer and learn from a lot of guys on that roster like Larry Fitzgerald what it means to be a professional and a guy like Tyrann Mathieu might be able to help younger players keep their head on straight after all he's been through. I think this would be a great fit for Dolo Dale especially given the fact that you get to play half your games in dome.
I honestly think we end up with Lindsey, Grimes, Okudah, and Kaindoh.
This has to tug at the heart strings for many, was at a street fest with his family just before and from everything I've heard he was a great teammate and member of the community in New Orleans. Horrible to see this kind of senseless thing happen to guy so well respected.
Tyquan is a great athlete who plays 4-6 A to B and from what I've read and heard is a tremendous locker room guy, can't wait to get him back on the field.
I'm sorry but all the quotes in this story tell me one thing, this guy was NOT ready for big time college football. I don't care if he came from Nebraska all of these quotes just read "I was in way over my head and still might be." The part where he talks about how he loves being next to EW calling plays, I'm sorry but that makes it sound like he is a kid trying to learn his letters from his da-da and he needs him next to him for confidence. This article really rubbed me the wrong way and confirmed what I thought, this guy didn't understand whats expected at the very highest level of CFB and still might not and that is disconcerting to me, especially with the lack of experience on this team.
Spring Game isn't a big deal to me, Ohio State has had plenty of guys come here we didn't get. If I remember correctly people were stoked when D'Shawn Hand came for the SB and he didn't even take us seriously come fall. If someone can pry Shaun Wade away from us then clearly he didn't want to be here that badly in the first place. I want guys who are committed to us long term and want to help us recruit and cultivate great classes of young men.
I could be wrong but I felt like there were a handful of guys from the last class that never got it removed... I don't remember guys like Stump, TG, or Hilliard but maybe I just don't remember.
I never liked Mitchell once he hit campus, he was just as disappointing as his brother when it came to athletics and seemed to make a lot of excuses. I wish him the best and would never wish ill on someone for leaving but the globe will still be turning tomorrow, the Olentangy river will still flow, and Ohio State will still have its doors open. Go Bucks.
Maybe its just me and maybe I deserve the down votes for what I'm about to say, but really? Could we have had a more disappointing end to both Mitchell brothers? Both had OUTRAGEOUS hype and both of them were gone at the end of the season? Maybe its just me but it seems like neither of those guys wanted to be at Ohio State. I know Mike transferred to TT and couldn't hack it there either. To me it just seemed like neither of those guys really cared about being a Buckeye, especially Mickey. Seemed like all he did was make excuses for his play.
I think Hack deserves the benefit of the doubt here. Everyone can see how he regressed under Franklin and so did the rest of the team. You don't want to hear a guy say that but regardless the kid has talent and I think it was more Franklin's fault for not putting him in a position to succeed like B.O.B. did for him. Reminds me A LOT of Jay Cutler.
Looks like he has a big arm for sure, going to go out on a limb here and make a bold prediction, Clark will never start a game as a Buckeye. Not saying he is bad but with Burrow and Haskins on the roster as well as possible other guys down the road I don't know that he will ever start.
So because I think the staff might regret offering a guy I think that Kenny Guiton was a scrub? I think you're reaching a bit there. I think its possible they may not be as high on him as they once were because I've heard as such from someone I trust close to the program. I'm not trying to say that he is a scrub or that he is a bad guy I'm saying maybe he hasn't progressed the way UFM thought he would when he was a freshman and they won't be doing that again because of situations like this.
"Meyer said he would not offer a ninth grader a scholarship because it is too early."
Do we think there is maybe a little buyer's remorse on the staff's part with Danny Clark?
I'm just looking for a place I can lift, maybe hoop on occasion, and thats clean.