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LJ's Ninjas


Westerville, OH (via Perrysburg, OH)

MEMBER SINCE   July 01, 2018

Graduate of Perrysburg High School, Bachelors at Bowling Green State University, M.Ed. at The Ohio State University

Favorites

  • SPORTS MOMENT: 2002 Championship game against Miami
  • COLLEGE FOOTBALL PLAYER: Eddie George
  • COLLEGE BASKETBALL PLAYER: Jim Jackson
  • NFL TEAM: Cleveland Browns
  • MLB TEAM: Detroit Tigers

Recent Activity

Comment 29 Jun 2019

"Another way Day can instantly become popular among the fanbase is doing what Chris Holtmann: exposing himself." 

Yowza. Here I thought Harbaugh having sleepovers was bad! Now excuse me, I have to get back to teaching at a school where our goal is to make sure our students are mentally challenged (this was actually stated in a brochure a private school I used to work for put into circulation). 

Comment 02 Jun 2019
Agreed Suirrel. In just looking at the QB recruits themselves to me is telling. We have 2 of our biggest targets verballed through 2021 and of course Fields was a huge vet from the TP. I think this will have that domino effect for both WR and RB's which makes me believe Day has that chance of being a monster on that side of the ball. Now that we have competent and accomplished coaches on the defensive side too, the future has the potential of being even brighter than the past 7 years on the recruiting trail IMO.
Comment 02 Jun 2019
Is it crazy or unrealistic to think that Day has a chance at out recruiting Urban? I am of the belief, that if Day wins at a high level this upcoming season, this could be the case simply due to the offense he implements and his reputation for developing quarterbacks. In addition to all of that, recruits and families talk about how genuine the guy is. You pair all of that with the atmosphere and program that urban has established that Day can carry on, and you have the makings of a recruiting monster. But.....he still has to win.
Comment 02 Mar 2019

The speed was a given. I think if they do a 60 yard dash it's not even close. The biggest thing was though, the dude was catching EVERYTHING and catching them smoothly. Add in that his breaks were clean and he showed body control, he may be a lock as a late first round now. Great to see him destroy that combine. Odds A.Rodgers is throwing to him next year?

Comment 12 Jan 2019

I like Tuf...as long as he doesn't have to cover someone in space. The guy can lead, diagnose plays, and tackle. If he truly can get quicker/faster, I look forward to having him man the middle again. What I REALLY hope for is that Browning can get coached up and put his athleticism on full display. In the end though, now that I think we have unbiased and knowledgeable coaches in place, I think we'll see the best 3 out there one way or the other. Get em' ready Al!

Comment 07 Jan 2019

No downvotes here Brohio. I reserve those for people with completely out of line comments, not ones that simply differ from mine...and mine differs from yours. I personally love the hire. I thought he was a stud for Hoke, holding that team up for a relatively incompetent coach.  He was the DC then, he is not the DC now. For us he will be the DC, not a position coach, which I think makes a bigger difference when it comes to recruits. At the same time, I think parents of players will love knowing this man will be working with their kids and he is known for being a stellar recruiter on top of that. Why wouldn't you want his knowledge paired with that of a younger, less experienced coach? Leave LJ to work with the line, Hafley to work with the defensive backfield, and hire a younger LB coach, and let Mattison lead when it comes to the scheme. Also, to answer your Draft Kings question, I would have to see who else I could "buy" (who is actually realistically available) but I can tell you this, Mattison would be towards the top of my list.