I know we talk about this WR class over and over but it can't be stated enough how big of a haul this is. It's hard not to look ahead when you add these guys to the mix with Wilson, Olave and Harris. Our QBs are spoiled with riches.
And Hafley is currently #3
The tailgate in The Grove for Ole Miss look really great. 10 acres of elaborate tailgate setups. Also the Texas A & M tradition at the stadium the night before the home games is neat.
We've had our share of great DBs but Carlton Davis, as mentioned above, was a stud.
He left for The Athletic.
Are we sure it wasn't a misunderstanding based on Kourt's own tweet? I recall a few people saying they saw a tweet from him and thought he was announcing his commitment when in fact he was not. Maybe Bobby was also under that assumption.
Click, click, BOOM!
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BIG IF TRUE!
Have been to both Paris and Barcelona on separate occasions. Barcelona is amazing, though they primarily speak Catalan, Spanish will do you just fine. Paris can be overwhelming at times but I do not speak much French so you should be good. I wouldn't try to fit too many destinations into a 10 day trip, especially when traveling to Paris and Barcelona for the first time. Look up Fat Tire Bicycle tours. They do tours in Paris and Barcelona and they are a terrific way to see the city and cover a lot of ground. I did a bicycle tour of the Versailles gardens which was awesome and highly recommend. Also, siesta is a real thing. Places will close up shop early afternoon for a few hours. People eat dinner much later in Spain so plan your meals accordingly.
Yeah seemed a bit crass to say a soon to be Jr. who is 6-6 300, needs 3 years to "get his body right". I can understand if he is raw and it's a matter of technique, however that does not seem to be the case here.
That would be an epic WR haul coming on the heels of our 2020 WR class! Miller and McCord have to be licking their chops.
The "Zone 6" name lives on and is very much still alive with the current players and recruits. Not for us to decide what's in and what's not, that's a decision for the people within the program.
The suspense! /s
Interesting recommendation, never heard anyone talk about map room pizza.
Bob will say this is a reach and a sign of the lack of top tier Defensive recruits in our pipeline.
Angelo's - Lakewood, OH
Mods, lock him up! A little jail time will serve him well.
Marble Room ($$$)
Urban Farmer ($$$)
Greenhouse Tavern ($$)
Highly recommend Butcher and Brewer on E. 4th. Great beers and very well priced menu. Lots of seating as well. If it's a nice sunny day, hit the rooftop at Greehouse Tavern (also on 4th). You can also check out the new Southern Tier Tap Room on Prospect. If you are looking for more of a bar atmosphere before the game, Thirsty Parrot, Wilbert's and the Clevelander are the spots for no frills drinking. Let me know if you need any good restaurant recommendations. W. 25th has several good spots including Great Lakes Brewing Co. and they even have their own shuttle that will drop you off at Progressive field.
...I typically wish kids the best of luck when they move on. Not sure it's warranted here. It is still an "alleged" offense but definitely seems like there was enough to the claim to expell him.
Didn't Erick Smith kind of ruin the commitment? They were at the Under Armor AA game and we're announcing at different points during the game and I think Smith said something alluding to playing with Marshon at the next level. Could have been the other way around, I can't quite recall the specifics.
My buddy, and fellow Buckeye, is in Dubai right now and wouldn't you know THERE'S A CANES! Obviously he had to stop in.
One of the best commitment videos I've seen. He came across as very confident and mature and not cocky and flashy. Good stuff, can't wait to see him in action.