Sucks for the seniors but this is really going to hurt the 2022 class big time. Coaches will have to either offer offer just sophomore film or wait until the first few games of 2021. Lot of offers going during camp season I bet.
Love it when the home site predicts themselves second or worst. Sounds like OSU is clearly out front right now
i just had my main level sanded, stained, and sealed. I don't care if the damn Dali Llama and mother theresa come in with cleats, they are getting their ass thrown into the next neighborhood.
Curious, I pulled up Aiden Leigh's highlights and then two other OL that OSU has offered in 2023, Payton Kirkland and TJ Shanahan. Ummm, I'll let you decide if Aiden's offer is "legit"....
Is there a way to hide posts containing the words "Drumm" "OU insider" and "Caleb"? Seriously asking.
Makes sense to me. I think it works to OSU's favor. Seems like visits for JTT and Burton could make a big difference. No pressure from signing on December helps have a chance at getting their visits.
Nice article. He's got the physical tools for sure. Sky's the limit.
Except for last year, Clemson has been top 5-15 for the last 6-7 years.
McCullough definitely looks like a LB now. Anderson does that drill way better than McCullough though. Dasan just goes straight back mostly instead of changing direction before his break.
She's reaching for that opinion/assumption. Why can't it be a simple as saying that the relationships with the OSU coaches along with Dabo's insensitivity to racial differences were enough to make him look elsewhere?
You never answered what type of account. Taijkey is talking about IRA's. There are different rules depending on the account.
If ever there was a question asked at a press conference, I would love to hear Coombs answer on what his plans for the secondary look like. One or two safeties as the base?? I am guessing 65%-35% in favor of two safeties being his approach.
No doubt. I'm saying Medlock seems more natural at the position, at least as a sophomore. Specifically, Murphy doesn't look as good at Medlock when it comes to block shedding and vision/diagnosing plays.
Don't sleep on Medlock. Watch his film and Murphy's. Medlock is the more natural ILB. Better at sifting through traffic and shedding blocks. I like Medlocks film a little better than Murphy's. And he's got the offers to prove it. That said, I haven't seen Medlocks measurables posted anywhere, so maybe Murphy has him beat on that, for those in the know.
Of course a lot can change between sophomore and junior years.
Gonna be a monster
ND and the ACC formed a semi-partnership a few years ago where ND will always have at least five ACC teams on their schedule.
I think OSU jumped the gun on offering McCullough and they know it. His film just isn't as good as the other LB's that OSU is targeting. Don't get me wrong, he's a nice player, but he shouldn't be ranked top 100. He's closer to top 250.
Thanks for that. So using their MVP's to see who was considered a very good college QB. I got eight "hits" and ten "misses". So about 44% of the MVP's turn out. For having 20 of the best high school QB's to choose from I would think they could at least be above 50%.
2017 - Field (Hit)
2016 - Tua (Hit)
2015 - Shea Patterson (Miss)
2014 - Blake Barnett (Miss)
2013 - Sean White (Miss)
2012 - Asiantii Woulard (Miss)
2011 - Jameis Winston (Hit)
2010 - Jeff Driskall (Push) Should probably be a Miss
2009 - Jake Heaps (Miss)
2008 - Aaron Murray (Hit)
2007 - Blaine Gabbert (Hit)
2006 - John Brantley (Miss)
2005 - Matt Stafford (Hit)
2004 - Mark Sanchez (Hit)
2003 - Rhett Bomar (Miss)
2002 - Kyle Wright (Miss)
2001 - Ben Olson (Miss)
2000 - Brodie Croyle (Hit)
1999 - Brock Berlin (Miss)