A silent commitment is also better than nothing.
It's less laughing at the possibility that they end up somewhere else and more about the fact that other "insiders" believe that they're leading for either JTT or EE. Could they go somewhere else, obviously. However, I'm pretty sure almost every trusted OSU insider has expressed a firm belief that we currently lead for both.
I mean... close enough.
He is still the biggest miss this cycle for me. He could've had our OT position stacked for years. Nonetheless, I think we'll be fine for now.
Emeka remains at 11.
JTT drops from 4th to 6th.
True, and the comments that connect Meyer to Texas with OSU recruiting are perfectly okay IMO. However, the comments that are just bantering whether he'll take the job or not I think could find a new thread (I'm pretty sure there are a couple about that). It's making the connection to recruiting that makes those comments valid, some are not connecting the two topics.
Donovan Jackson is the first OSU commit announced as a 5 star. Jumped three spots from 16th to 13th.
Unless they jumped him up to the top 15, you would be correct. I don't understand how you watch his film and not give him his 5th star.
Also, I despise how Rivals reveals their rankings.
And I don't understand why Stud's recruiting ability needs to be brought up every other thread. It's the same song every time. Until our offensive line isn't a top 3 unit in the B10, I don't really care that much. Next season, we are going to have three 5 stars and two highly ranked 4 stars (if it's who I'm expecting) on our offensive line. When you put it like that, it doesn't sound near as bad does it?
Kyion Grayes = Chris Olave Jr.
Caleb Burton = Garrett Wilson Jr.
Im really starting to like this Hartline guy.
You’re completely right lol. I get lost sometimes trying to navigate the rankings. Thanks!
Any chance Nwankpa (double-checking spelling) gets a bump in the next 247 rankings update? Noticed that Trieu did his evaluation of him and has him projected in the 2nd round. Seems like his ranking of 110 is a little too low if that’s the case.
Or Seven. One for each Texan commitment we’ve had since 2017.
Meh, it’s still really early for the 2022 guys. I love that we have guys who want in this early, but I don’t think that you can slight others for not committing early on when many haven’t gone on too many visits.
Why haven't we offered Stewart yet?
Ladies and Gentlemen, we got him! BOOM!
I'm sure they communicate.
Northwestern is 5-0 and IU will probably win out. Sets up for an 8-0 Northwestern, 7-0 Ohio State, and a 7-1 Indiana. That's 3 potential top 10 teams by years end if all goes accordingly.
I mean, as a sophomore in Texas, I'd say this is a pretty impressive highlight reel:
Sucks that he couldn't build upon it this season. What was his injury again?
Maybe Gubbler was just ahead of the times haha... ignoring his second post of course.
I felt like we actually send Werner in quite a few times to blitz, although I may be wrong about that.
Full credit to Al Washington. He turned this unit around the last two years from its struggles in 2018.
That's fair, the 2nd halves have absolutely destroyed us, I don't know why we can't finish out games. My biggest point is every has a sketch game this year. ND vs Louisville, Clemson vs Boston College, Alabama vs Ole Miss, etc. We have our problems, so does everyone else. Griping about it won't fix much, gotta hope the coaching staff can clean things up.
I wouldn't have WR depth as a disappointment. I understand your thought process, but if why change what's working? We have studs on the bench, but when you have 2 future first round picks, you don't take them off the field much. Especially when Fields has a good chemistry with them. Olave and Wilson didn't break out until the end of their freshmen campaigns, give it time.
The INTs part I agree with. The holding the ball part, I do not. Fields escaped sacks numerous times today and ran for positive yardage. He can take sacks if he manages to continue making plays like that IMO.