Discussion in 'Football Recruiting Forum' started by OrangeXtreme, Mar 1, 2016.
Seems a little old and paunchy. Figure he would have picked NYU or UCLA.
Nice film. Seems to break well on the ball. Good size.
Great "get." Sounds like we exploited the same loophole that we did with Michael Lasker [i.e., most other schools figured he needed to graduate, but since he was qualified he could transfer after his first year].
The write up on him makes him sound like a prospect with a ton of potential--and we need all the secondary help we can get.
Surprised he's not in Flint looking for material for his next movie.
Check out that Utah State swag!
Water water everywhere but not a drop to drink!
THE Syracuse University!
Just really glad we didn't get beaten out by University of Syracuse on this one.
I like what I saw. More importantly he fits the scheme
And doesn't he play left wing?
Did he have other d1 or P5 offers out of highschool, or juco?
He's not "out" of JUCO. It sounds as though he was qualified to play D1 before going JUCO. Most JUCOs have to stay two years to get eligible to transfer to a D1 school. This kid didn't have to stay. By offering him now, we were ahead of the competition, most of whom probably would look to have recruited him in the class of 2017. We might have gotten a steal.
I agree his tape screams zone corner. He does flash some man skills but for the most part it screams zone. He has good ball skills and good instincts from his tape. But on top of that he is a great athlete. Good size and good speed. I like this kid.
To be fair, the answer to his question would be; no, he had no other p5 offers. He likely went the juco route because he didn't have an offer out of high school and up to this point he had no others.
Do we know that, or are you just assuming?
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