Please take into consideration the source of that prediction...
It’s changed back and forth several times in the last few days, and I forgot to update it in the chart. He’s now back to a four-star.
Some of his family would prefer he end up at Penn State.
And with all that said, several people have told me tonight that Franklin and Spencer are NOT going to Smith’s game, per his request.
Want to bump this for some more questions for Teradja. Hoping for some more off-the-wall questions, too, since this is supposed to be a little more lighthearted and not necessarily dedicated to football-only questions. Thanks, y'all.
As of last spring, Ohio State had 32 total staff members, tied for sixth in the Big Ten and 19th nationally. Notre Dame was reportedly tops in the country, meanwhile, with 45 total staff members. It didn't specify the number of "analysts," but Ohio State has considerably less staff members than some programs.
He’s unlikely to play next year since he tore his ACL in the playoffs. But they’re certainly building a monster.
They still remain in third and nothing is going to change that.
Talked about it in the comments yesterday.
There are a lot of things I know off the record, but can't divulge that information here (or even hint at it). But I do my best to keep you as informed as possible and not lead you in the wrong direction. I never once suggested Williams was a viable option for the Buckeyes. But to call it "lying" is a bit naive. Every recruiting writer (even the paid ones you may read) are privy to information they can't share, even citing "sources." Most of the time, doing just that suffices. But there are cases where others would be aware of who shared said information, and it doesn't help any of the parties involved.
That happens a lot — and at every school. They send out 200+ offers, but only a handful are committable.
Yessir. It blew my mind when Baldwin's mom told me they'd be playing on the 23rd if they go all the way.
As I've mentioned before, I don't like to talk with them while they're on campus for their official visits. Will have an update for you tomorrow (one way or another).
It seems to have changed now that they have Baldwin in the fold (and you'll recall I mentioned that before he committed). Essentially, they look at it like this — they have Baldwin in their pocket and if they hold onto Emory, they're happy. It's more so now that Alabama is pushing for him to make a decision one way or another with them still having a need at QB if he doesn't flip. Make sense?