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Dweinz 12th Warrior


Columbus, OH (via Powell, OH)

MEMBER SINCE   June 20, 2014

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  • SPORTS MOMENT: rushing the field after beating Michigan in 2012
  • NFL TEAM: Philadelphia Eagles
  • NHL TEAM: Columbus Blue Jackets
  • MLB TEAM: Philadelphia Phillies
  • SOCCER TEAM: Columbus Crew and Man Utd

Recent Activity

Comment 13 Dec 2019

yeah, very strange situation with him. I wonder if he'll try to stay closer to home with his dad's illness

Comment 09 Dec 2019

Per Birm: https://lettermenrow.com/ohio-state-football-recruiting/ohio-state-buckeyes-football-signing-class-early-enrollees/

Jack Miller, Julian Fleming, Gee Scott, JSN, Mookie Cooper, Paris Johnson, Luke Wypler, Jacolbe Cowan, Darrion Henry, Kourt Williams, Lejond Cavazos, Clark Phillips, Ryan Watts (and CJ Stroud will if he picks OSU).

man, that's a lot

EDIT: and everyone beat me to it - gotta type faster I guess

Comment 14 Nov 2019

new article on the athletic about CJ Stroud. Seems like a great kid despite a difficult upbringing. The whole article is great, but see below for a snippet on Yurcich and his relationship with Stroud:

“Me and Coach Yurcich, we have some really deep conversations,” Stroud said. “Like he’s asking me about my upbringing and I kind of spilled it on him. Because I feel like with those relationships, like he’s possibly going to be my quarterback coach, or like, one of mine, and I look like I look at those type dudes like a father figure. It’s out of respect to let everyone know how you feel, how you want to be coached, how you want to be talked to as a person.

“He’s one of the only coaches who asked me personal questions about my life outside of football, and we’re almost on the phone every day. I respect people like that, who want to have a personal relationship with someone they don’t even know yet.”

So if you’re wondering why it seems as if Ohio State is in the lead for Stroud, there’s your answer. Real recruiting is about relationships with pure intentions. It’s about caring. It’s not begging some teenager to come play at your school.