Class of 2019 RB Thomas Grayson (OK) Decommitted from Nebraska / Offered

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i get confused watching this stuff.. 1300 yds 19 tds.. you see about 10 tds here where he avgs about 40 yds a carry.. is he running for zero 5 out of 6 runs and then 50?
 

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Tennessee. Oklahoma State. Syracuse. Guy likes orange.
This is where wearing pewter uniforms will kill us. Thanks Nike. They should hook him up with Abduhl Adams, another Oklahoma running back while he visits. Having another Oklahoma guy, especially at the same position has got to help.
 
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Thomas Grayson - Class of 2019 - Nebraska football recruits

Grayson said he is “excited” by Nebraska’s offense as built by coach Scott Frost, who fuses Oregon’s spread option attack to some concepts Frost learned as NU’s quarterback back in the ’90s. Frost asks his backs to run, catch and occasionally line up at wideout. Grayson — 6-0, 190 pounds — is up for that.
Right now, he’s trying shave time off his 100-meter dash time. As a freshman he ran 10.82 at the state track meet. The fastest he’s run this spring, Grayson said, is 10.74. It’s the kind of speed that’ll get the attention of more college recruiters. The scholarship offers won’t stop coming, Grayson figures, but he’s “shut down.” Even if the Sooners and Cowboys come knocking, it’s too late.
“They’ll regret it,” Grayson said. “Definitely.”
Grayson is the fourth commit of NU’s 2019 recruiting class and the first out-of-state commit.
 

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Thomas Grayson - Class of 2019 - Nebraska football recruits

Grayson said he is “excited” by Nebraska’s offense as built by coach Scott Frost, who fuses Oregon’s spread option attack to some concepts Frost learned as NU’s quarterback back in the ’90s. Frost asks his backs to run, catch and occasionally line up at wideout. Grayson — 6-0, 190 pounds — is up for that.
Right now, he’s trying shave time off his 100-meter dash time. As a freshman he ran 10.82 at the state track meet. The fastest he’s run this spring, Grayson said, is 10.74. It’s the kind of speed that’ll get the attention of more college recruiters. The scholarship offers won’t stop coming, Grayson figures, but he’s “shut down.” Even if the Sooners and Cowboys come knocking, it’s too late.
“They’ll regret it,” Grayson said. “Definitely.”
Grayson is the fourth commit of NU’s 2019 recruiting class and the first out-of-state commit.
That's an article from April

Grayson decommitted from Nebraska last month.
 
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That's an article from April

Grayson decommitted from Nebraska last month.
If you follow the link, you will see why Grayson is blowing up as a recruit. Also some insight as to why he initially committed to Nebraska.
If HCDB can get him on campus, we might have a real shot at this kid.
 

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Via is his rivals profile, Thomas Grayson will be visiting this weekend for SU-Louisville game.
In the article posted on 9/2 it was stated he would be visiting SU...makes sense it's this weekend being it's the last home game and his season is probably done.
 


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