Discussion in 'Thread Archive' started by Hova, Aug 13, 2012.
Two big first week grabs for Georgia Tech:
Nice start to the season
ATH [RB/CB] Josh Jenkins signs with MSU.
If this guy gets a bit of a boost to his catching attributes, he will be a monster.
My TE recruit is better
interesting, GT uses one of the two 5 Star recruit spots on a TE - he better be beast mode ready!
I did it in s1 last year and it worked nicely. Not sure if I'd do it with only 2 available unless he was a monstr receiver. Then again 2 isn't guaranteed
I have no other 5 stars on my board so I didn't mind giving up the spot. 6'6" with 80 route running? Hell yeah lol
We cant all easily signed 2 five stars like you cheap big schools lol
I'd consider blowing a homeless man behind the Home Depot for two signings
Fuck you guys and your week 1 signings ! Y U NO SIGN WITH CU RECRUITS?!
This was an insta-commit for Maryland Week 1. Looks to be a strong G Prospect with great size. Still needs to be scouted but we will take him on size alone.
With those ratings and size I'd move him to tackle.
1) C Richard Harris: Harris will likely come in as our backup center behind a Junior (RS) Ross Burbank. He is our first commit of the year and a good find. With only 10 scholarships available this year, it feels good to start with a 3-star gem..This kid already has better pass blocking than our starter but he needs to improve his run blocking as we are trying to become a more balanced offense and the running game all starts off up front..
Colorado filled a need at FB a couple of weeks ago with Zach Carroll:
This week Colorado signed the #5 FS and look forward to getting him on campus:
1) MLB Tyrone London comes in with good size but will be a part of a crowded MLB group. He will red shirt next season and look to make an impact going into his Junior year. We are excited about what London could develop into while here at Virginia. 2) TE Desi Novak will come in as the number 2 TE on the team behind another underclassman. He will do better at the number 2 TE position because he is a blocking TE and usually our primary TE is used in the passing game..Regardless he will come in and make an immediate impact for us next year.
I expect every last RECRUIT to be posted on this google spreadsheet. If not expect sanctions next year. This is a premier league, get it done.
I thought that everyone got them in.
Buck is a bit of a tweener. He is a little bit small for linebacker and a little slow for safety. He'd be a great fit for a 4-2-5 or 3-3-5 hybrid player. He is the type of player I look for in my defense, though. He's got formidable speed with an 81 overall. His strength is pretty damn good for an incoming freshman at an 80. He gets up to speed extremely quickly with an 96 which should allow him to get to his hole fast and run down things to the outside. His coverage is the best part though. He's good for a linebacker in both categories, which will allow him to matchup on the slot or tight end without worrying too much. He will likely redshirt and then may see time his freshman year.
not last year
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