Deleted a comment because someone brought up politics already...did you not see the disclaimer????
Offered by Alabama today
You really think we'd be in the NIT? With a roster of:
PG: Craft, Scott
SG: Smith, Williams, Della Valle
F: Ross, Thompson, Loving
C: Williams, McDonald
To me that is elite guard play and if Ross and Thompson make the next leap in their development it could be a dangerous team. Once again key could be C, but definitely not an NIT team with Craft/Scott
I would guess not available just yet....regardless I will be there either covering the game or as a fan for sure
No, Autry is a pure athlete who can play RB, WR, or DB and at WR would be more of an inside guy, while Kitt and Harris are outside guys. I personally like Autry at DB, as I think he has great athleticism and recovery speed and flexibility to flip his hips and turn to cover.
Definitely like him and glad OSU got on him early...think he can be real good at DT or on the OL even...moves very well for a big guy and has the frame to put on more weight
Thanks everyone....very flattered
It's alright...in my four years of high school we had 4 wins total....going to Ohio State was nice relief of that feeling :)
Thanks didn't see it...sometimes it's easy for things to get lost in the forum, but anything great like this you guys put up in the forum, sometimes it's good for us to get in Buckshots to stay front and center on the site for a while
I think circumstances just changed...he'd have to wait to for someone to leave OSU to "officially" get his scholly and the opportunity to play for the Gators came about
Who knows maybe it is a personal issue? Especially with hometown Florida now in the mix. All I know this is a very strange development and I'll do my best to get on top of it. Really wanted Johnny in this class.
alex11w: Ok here we go:
The mystery flip is Mike Heuerman
As you know Mike made a very difficult decision back in April to commit to Notre Dame over OSU. He loved the Buckeyes, but when he went to ND things just felt right.
Many thought the Bucks would just let him go, but that was not the case. Heuerman was in constant contact with Mark Pantoni and was looking forward to his visit to Cbus for THE GAME, to see if a flip would be what he wanted.
Going into the visit Mike thought there was a good chance he could flip and Urban wanted him, but even though he had one of the best visits of his life, he still felt ND in his heart following the trip.
When Brian Kelly almost left for the NFL a week before he was supposed to enroll, Mike wasn't sure what he'd do, but of course it didn't matter in the end.
I know this may have seemed obvious but this one was VERY close to ending up with Mike as a Buckeye. He wants you all to know he'll always be a Buckeye and will root for the Bucks and his friends on the team---as long as he's not playing them!
Where does it say that? Don't see it.
Guys, for the last time, Elliott is a Buckeye, trust my sources on this one ;)
I have said this whole year that DT is better off going to a good team at the end of the first round. He can just go out there and score, as he doesn't need to be "the guy" on either end of the court and can play a nice role off the bench as a rookie, delivering a jolt of offense to a gifted squad like Miami, San Antonio, OKC, etc.