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Discussion in 'The Mainboard' started by BuckeyeRiot, Aug 27, 2021.
Chuck when summer is over and football is almost back
Arguably the most boring personality I can remember. And if he is just above average this year, I'll be happy.
You don't care about this. I don't care about this. No one cares about this.
I don't care is he is a mute. Just be a decent linebacker and I'll love him.
Live in the now, Herb
Speaking of the now fam (and ICYMI)
I don’t have any game pictures that are more fresh than our Utah game.
He actually wasn't in bad coverage it was a great throw and catch
CJ Barnett and I look similar in t shirts
It's almost like...with above awful coaching...those players might not be put into those positions
You guys can happily remind me when Night King doesn’t suck this year.
I intend to
You’re going to make me start hating on Gabe Powers, just on principle, and I don’t want to do that.
Noticing a positional racist theme with you herb.burdette
More a slowness thing. I don’t like Teradja either, but he doesn’t play.
Powers is from corchland out in Union County.
Herb is such a disappointment
You forgot to tag herb.burdette here (and I agree with this guy!)
I think the game that gets overshadowed more than any during the 2002 title run, is the Wisconsin game on the road. Afternoon game on that shitty ass turf. Jenkins had a massive game. Gamble made a huge pick.
I have no idea why I remember this but before the game I went and bought a Nintendo Gamecube. I waited to open it up until after the game was over.
And this is another great response
I post this all the time, but we had a stretch of 6 Big Ten games from Wisconsin to Michigan where our defense gave up 6 total second half points.
Bill Landis is an absolute unit
Solid play here ICYMI
If Thomas stays healthy him and Olave are a filthy wr duo.
Eleven Warriors has an excerpt in Skull Session today from another article noting Tyleik Williams has a 1.62 time in the 10 yard split.
Not sure how comprehensive this list may be, but that would put him as the fastest 10 yard split of any top DT drafted this year.
He made Feldman's annual "Biggest Freaks in College Football" article yesterday at #66. UM DT Mazi Smith was #1 overall...he had Marvin Harrison Jr at #2 overall...
66. Tyleik Williams, Ohio State, defensive tackle
Williams made a splash as a freshman in 2021, making 6.5 TFLs and five sacks. He’s in much better shape, going from over 350 down to 315, and really can help the Buckeyes get back to having a dominant D-line again. The Buckeyes have several Freak candidates in that room — 6-6, 272-pound Zach Harrison at the top of that list, having once run a 10.7 100 meters, but Williams is one to really keep an eye on. His burst gets him on the list this year. His 10-yard split of 1.62 is an amazing time for a 300-plus pounder.
2. Marvin Harrison Jr., Ohio State, wide receiver
There has been a ridiculous run of wideout talent in Columbus the past decade, and Harrison, the son of Colts great Marvin Harrison, is probably the Freakiest athlete of the entire group. Harrison is a big dude at 6-3 1/2, 206 pounds. He benched 380 pounds this offseason, doing 22 reps at 225. He clocked a blistering 3.94 pro shuttle time and did 10-9 on the broad jump. He also topped out at 23 mph on the GPS. As a freshman in 2021, he caught 11 passes for 139 yards and three touchdowns but finished with a flourish, catching six passes, including three touchdown
Harrison, Egbuka, and Fleming are all at least 6’1 and 205. We have some really physical guys at WR.
Also that true frosh DT Kenneth Grant that we seemed to pass on last year that went to UM made the list. Harbaugh seems to be in love with that kid.
They’ve done well with DL there recently, no doubt.
He's humongous and more often than not, those kids don't seem to work out so can't really fault passing on him.
Remember this name. He was only ranked a three-star recruit coming out of Indiana, but he’s already generated a lot of buzz inside the Wolverines program in a few months there. At 6-4, 360, he ran a sub-5.0 40, Jim Harbaugh told The Athletic this month. Ben Herbert, the UM strength coach who has trained more than his share of Freaks, said Grant has “incredible traits” and “is likely to be a No. 1 (Freak)” down the line if he applies himself.
Herbert said one of the tests is a 26-inch high reactive plyo staircase, on which receiver Roman Wilson recently set a Wolverine record, going 2.21. Aidan Hutchinson did it in 2.57, which was flying. When Grant first started, he posted impressive times for his massive size, going as low as 3.2, but after a few weeks, he’s done it as fast as 2.77. “Everyone about fell over when they saw that,” Herbert said.
would be the first prospect from Northwest Indiana to actually succeed since checks notes uhh Dexter Larimore, The Shark, or some Gary WR that went to WMU under Fleck. It’s a football wasteland despite being rust belt and having a million plus people there
I’ll believe it when I see it
EDIT: buckwild’d bitch
Eat shit bitch
My dad is not going to know what to do with himself. He’s been obsessed with this kid forever.
that was a little harsh fam ;)
Marv gives me a raging clue.
We have so many WRs, we can really run the shit out of a defense with fresh guys.