Seems to fit the bill for the type of player and person we've recruited for this class. Come on down, Bijan!
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Definitely the guy that I'm glad the staff zeroed in on to be that RB that we needed for sure for this class.
That said, I think Knighton would be a helluva get too.
Good thing we have a great shot at both of em!
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Those two as a one-two punch would be insane. Like Kamara and Ingram on the Saints.
Not gonna lie, before reading that I was 100% sure he was coming to Columbus. Maybe it was just the order of presentation, but finishing with superlatives about his visit to Austin makes me question whether the end result goes in our favor.
He said positive things about every place, but they went in order of his visits. Austin being last was always going to play in their favor but for this article they just went in order.
I still think he's all Buckeye at this point.
My post was in jest. Just to clarify.
Come on, AE... you know better than to post a gif of such a serious character in jest.
Trying to interpret articles featuring interviews with recruits is a colossal waste of time. Bill Greene has commented several times that he won't even read the articles he writes.
If he wants the spotlight then he will be a Buckeye.
It reads that he was taking his visits seriously and had positive experiences at each stop. LA and Austin might have a pretty good nightlife, but when it comes to football, education, fanbase, and preparing for life after football, the Buckeyes are tough to beat. Bijan seemed to take notice of most of that.
“Being average means you are as close to the bottom as you are to the top.” John Wooden
I guess Texas Tom didn't take him to his favorite titty bar church.
Tom Herman seems like such a creeper... just a real greasy piece of dirt. Tom and his drunk, skank of a wife are a jewel of a tag team. Franklin, Dabo, and Herman, from my perspective, are the three biggest rat bastards in college football, and Swinney is the only winner among the three, so losing Robinson to Texas would be a very tough pill to swallow.
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That was awfully hateful.
I 100% agree the comment above was hateful (no reason to bring Herman's wife into it at all) but Herman himself is shady as hell and strikes me as somewhat of the petty type (case in point his role in the whole ZS mess all supposedly because he was bitter about missing out on Garrett Wilson).
I've had no love lost on Herman lately but yikes that post ain't it.
I hope he realizes he is in the perfect position to be the crowning piece of a truly exceptional class (a likely top 2-3 finish by the looks of things). Can't really say that about Texas.
While I'm rather optimistic about the young rbs behind Dobbins we already have on the roster, there's a great deal of uncertainty. A potential superstar like Bijan Robinson could step right in and make an immediate impact. That should have some bearing on his decision, as well -
Good judgement comes from experience. Experience comes from bad judgement. - Will Rogers
Texas has a Very small class right now but their average per player is top 3 if I recall. So if they brought in a few more good players it could be a very productive class
Dwight Schrute Voice: False....just one of their players is in the top 3 for their position.
Whole lot easier to have a higher overall player ranking when you only have ten total recruits.