I don't disagree with his statements about Haskins, but he is also touting Devin Bush as the best player in the draft. So there's that...
I'm guessing the ship has sailed, but any chance Smith reconsiders as this point?
Very much like a 0-0 or 1-1 soccer match. Constant tension. Not everyone enjoys that though
Thanks. Went back and looked at his measurables, pretty close too. But toughness and leadership for sure
next Hines Ward
The biggest challenge with The Portal is sifting through it.
“Lots of these guys are walk-ons who never played,” says our guide. “You have FCS guys mixed in. You don’t know if he’s an All-American or he’s graduated and just put his name on here. There’s no filter. You don’t know even know if they’re academically eligible. It’s interesting.”
First, why do walk ons need to enter into the portal, if they aren't on scholarship, can't they leave and go where they want?
Second, why does it not surprise me that the NCAA can't come up with a better interface that allows sorting and filtering?
Walk-on quarterback Kory Curtis has also entered his name into the NCAA transfer portal, potentially leaving the Buckeyes with minimal depth at the position.
Why does a walk on have to enter their name in a transfer portal?
he definitely has some people pulling for him to the U
Headed to the U
This is very encouraging
What he inherited was a group of players that were certainly talented (look at current NFL players such as Jake Ryan or Frank Clark) but were either put in bad positions or didn’t have the technique necessary to compete at a high level. Mattison changed that nearly overnight.
Really, it starts with technique and fundamentals, and given how the back seven for Ohio State struggled in that area in 2018, expect that to be shored up quickly in 2019. Mattison is a master at diagnosing where players are faltering and turning that around.
They transferred out before the season.
Any chance CJ Walker applied for a waiver with his transfer from the FSU basketball team?