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Discussion in 'The Mainboard' started by Blu Tang Clan, Apr 15, 2017.
ND wasn't going to land him anyways but certainly an easier win over Rutgers than ND
Rashan Gary is NOT fucking around. Here he is talking shit to juniors in high school.
“They got seven coming in. We about to get his ass.”
That's not what I was led to believe when I read from a recruiting guru on a site that definitely isn't the worst that OSU was trying to duke it out over one of the top linemen in the midwest:
We were recruiting him to play first base, possibly DH.
Correll to ND may have changed things, no clue, don't care. Sounds like Harrison is struggling at the opening but only recruit I care about this cycle.
HotMic’s HellWithEnis July Edition
QB: Dwan Mathis
RB: Sampson James
RB: Steele Chambers
WR: Marcus Washington
WR: Garrett Wilson
WR: Jameson Williams
TE: Brenton Strange
OT: Ryan Jacoby
OT: Darnell Wright
OT: Jonathan Allen
OL: Doug Nester
OL: Harry Miller
DE: Zach Harrison
DE: Noah Potter
DT: Jared Harrison-Hunte
DL: Etinosa Reuben
LB: Cade Stover
LB: Craig Young
CB: Jordan Battle
CB: Bryson Shaw
S: Ronnie Hickman
DB: Peyton Powell
Bretnon Strange is the worst.
#Penn State Nittany Lions I see you are currently being crystal balled for a white DT Steven Faucheux.
Sorry for your loss of the no whites class.
We appreciate your thoughts during this difficult time.
I don’t think he is a take. The goal is still in sight.
That kid will probably end up at UC or Wright State.
"White fullback" was redundant until we invented Khalid Hill.
Larry Centers says wassup
he was ridiculously overrated from the start. His film is butt.
I irrationally hate Hill
Wright State, wrong school
Pelican Prognosis – July 11th
QB - Dwan Mathis
RB - Sampson James
RB/ATH - Steele Chambers
WR - Garrett Wilson
WR - Jameson Williams
WR - Marcus Washington
TE - Brenton Strange
OT - Ryan Jacoby
OT - Jonathan Allen
OT - Darnell Wright
OG - Doug Nester
C - Harry Miller
DE - Zach Harrison
DE - Noah Potter
DT - Etinosa Reuben
DT - Jared Harrison-Hunte
LB - Cade Stover
LB - Kane Patterson
CB - Peyton Powell
CB - Kaiir Elam
DB - Jordan Battle
S - Bryson Shaw
ATH - Ronnie Hickman
ATH - Craig Young
Doesn't feel like a great class, but it would be top 5.
Love the OL class.
Steele Chambers is a great name.
Or an action hero.
Rather than recruit better players, seems like Harbaugh has decided to pay 247 to rank UM recruits higher. Charbonnet jumped to #40 overall in the newest 247 update. Ojabo moved into the top 200. It's a bold strategy.
Ojabo will end up top 50 gowolverines8
Things have slowed a bit.
1. - 14 verbals, 395 points, 28.21 star average + 233.53 star bonus = 628.53
2. - 19 verbals, 435 points, 22.89 average + 110.14 = 545.14
3. - 11 verbals, 296 points, 26.91 average + 199.79 = 495.79
4. - 19 verbals, 298 points, 15.68 average + 2.88 = 300.88
5. - 15 verbals, 274 points, 18.27 average + 25.06 = 299.06
6. - 12 verbals, 227 points, 18.92 average + 35.28 = 262.28
7. - 19 verbals, 250 points, 13.16 average + 0 = 250.0
8. - 14 verbals, 230 points, 16.43 average + 8.04 = 238.04
9. - 14 verbals, 212 points, 15.14 average + 1.58 = 213.58
10. - 11 verbals, 189 points, 17.18 average + 13.16 = 202.16
11. - 12 verbals, 185 points, 15.42 average + 2.06 = 187.06
12. - 8 verbals, 144 points, 18.0 average + 15.11 = 159.11
13. - 11 verbals, 147 points, 13.36 average + .06 = 147.06
14. - 8 verbals, 125 points, 15.63 average + 2.66 = 127.66
Oh who fucking cares.
The Stanford Difference.
On Thursday, Nebraska received a commitment from JUCO All American DT Tony Fair, who is rated as a 3 star. He recorded 98 tackles last year at Pima CC.
Sorry for the delay in posting, I know many of you have heard the news by now.
On Saturday, 4 star ILB Nick Henrich, rated as the 87th overall player in the country by premier recruiting service 247 sports, committed to Nebraska. He is also a member of the composite top 247. He chose Nebraska over offers from Penn State, Notre Dame, Wisconsin and others.
It took me almost two full days to sift through all the PMs offering congratulations and support, it really touched my heart. Thus the delay in posting about his commitment.
despite being their 2nd highest rated commit, this was actually not a loss at all according to gowolverines8
Today, 3 star DE Mosai Newsom from out Iowa way committed to the Husks. He chose Nebraska over the home state Hawkeyes, Michigan State, and Northwestern.
Thank you in advance for any kudos or well wishes you deem necessary.
I'm interested to hear their spins once Hinton flips.
He’s honestly not very good, one of those kids that was hyped early and never developed
Frost is on pace to sign ~724 kids in this class. Congrats on the success and gbr
Oh yeah, baby. Give me some more of that. MMmmmmmmmmmmHMmmmmmmmm
Man I really thought Henrich and Newsome might go to Iowa considering all the connections to that program.
Also last class also transfers. Operation roster flip is ongoing.
Yeah I didn’t mention it but we also landed a grad transfer from UCF starting safety Tre Neal on Friday. He was their 4th leading tackler last year, had the INT in OT that won the conference championship game against Memphis, and had a fumble recovery with a big return against Auburn in the Peach Bowl.
But don’t worry, UCF fans have already assured us he wouldn’t have started for them this year and that is why he left.
we'll be landing this guy in about 35 minutes.
Top player in Delaware? Nice 'get'
Black interior OL? Clutch pickup keeping the non-white class intact
I’m going to fucking cut your kneecaps off and make you kneel in some fucking staircase piss
congrats he's good
Weird take for Penn State aka Pedo State because of Jerry Sandusky ha.
You mean Emery Simmons? 247 has him ranked as a 4* and the 250 overall player. I think this works out well for us. Our other WR commit, Dunmore is a Florida kid that didn’t get to official to FSU before committing. Also had David Bell on campus today too. He’ll be back in the fall for an official.
North Carolina commit Emery Simmons – Simmons ran fast in the 40 to validate his speed but he’s also a guy that plays the receiver position with purpose and strength. He’s not dependent on that speed. Simmons is smooth, fluid in and out of his breaks and had a consistent day in every aspect.
I’m going to cheat a little bit here and go with a play that wasn’t even a completion but it was an eye-opening rep from Emery Simmons nonetheless. Simmons showed a clean release to beat press coverage, got vertical up field and showed good body control to stop on a back shoulder fade and nearly brought in a one handed grab against his body before losing it at the last minute. Even in a drop, it showcased a wide array of skills.
I know he was good at The Opening, but it seems like you guys have a good shot at David Bell. He's not going to OSU unless something drastic happens, and you have to believe PSU could beat out Purdue (unless he really does think he's gonna play basketball there as well).
Then again maybe it doesn't even impact Bell at all. Not sure how many WRs you'll take so who knows.
I don't think Dunmore is going to be in the class. I'd be shocked if FSU doesn't eventually find room for him.