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Wisconsin Badgers 2014 Recruiting Class
1. J. Busch - T - - Has great feet in pass protection and jumps off the line in the run game.
2. R. Smith - DE - - Amazing speed for a guy his size who can run up and down the line.
3. C. Battle - DE - - Has a great jump and nonstop motor mentality. Probably comes from having the last name Battle.
4. M. Brock - T - - Nice run blocker with great acceleration.
5. I. Brown - HB - - Great speed for a guy his size who can make people miss in the open field.
6. B. Morgan - TE - - Asset in the run game. Can jump off the line and make the touch catches inside the hash marks.
7. M. Walker - CB - - Good speed and covers well in man. Will have time to develop.
8. D. Nelson - G - - JUCO player who will probably see immediate PT, as he has amazing strength and is great in the run game.
9. D. Mackey - DE - - Good jump off the ball. Figures to move inside to DT.
10. S. Myers - CB - - Great speed with attributes that might make him a candidate for S.
11. J.T. Brown - C - - Good run blocker. Will take time to develop.
2014 UCLA Bruins - 16 Scholarships Available
Through Week 11
1 | SS (#4) - Stephen Brown (Hard Hitter), 6'1", 199 lbs, San Clemente, CA
2 | C (#7) - Dan Morris (Balanced), 6'3", 304 lbs, Rancho Cordova, CA
3 | FS (#4) - Xavier Harris (Hard Hitter), 6'1", 200 lbs, Compton, CA
4 | OLB (#5) - Joe Kendrick (Balanced), 6'6", 240 lbs, Escondido, CA
5 | ATH (#5) - Nathan O'Donnell, 6'0", 190 lbs, Streetsboro, OH (DB material)
6 | G (#2) - Nathan Anderson (Balanced), 6'1", 319 lbs, Parkway, CA
7 | ATH (#7) - Mark Martin, 6'8", 330 lbs, Kalihi, HI (OL material)
8 | DT (#6) - Brian Wilson (Balanced), 6'0", 264 lbs, Waterloo, IA
9 | SS (#11) - Kirk Goodwin (Hard Hitter), 6'3", 206 lbs, Bixby, OK
Got a couple of insta-commits last night...i'll update my board when I get that info. It was late and the schedule took its toll on my soul!
Tons of east coast guys interested in AZ. Only bummer in that is my pipeline stops going east at Texas. No insta-commits
2014 Texas Longhorns
1 | MLB David Jackson Big slow LB, too short for D-Line, should hold down the edge in 3-4
2 | CB Drew Allen Great speed, with good cover skills
3 | ATH Marcus Black Wildcard player, maybe a much needed RB, maybe garbage
4 | FS Justin Rollins Juco FS with best skills available to texas at a needed position
5 | MLB George Brooks 240 LB with speed
6 | G Kirk Duncan Big Body, should develop nicely
7 | DE Vernon Bowen 248 lbs, good large DE for 3-4
8 | HB Michael McCloud Slow HB, best option in a year of need
9 | MLB Matt Parks Superstar
10 | CB Kyle Johnson good CB filler
11 | G James Weiss Big Boy good skills
12 | DE Tony Morse Nice big 244 lbs DE
13 | G Frank Wall Talented Big man
14 | FS Taylor Boyd Good all around saftey, lacking man cover skills
15 | Freddie Roland decent DE
2014 Mizzou Tigers - 21 Scholarships Available
No Insta Commits
Apparently, the Scheduling Committee wants me to set up shop in Florida. If so i will have pipelines in all three big states.
The scheduling committee had some issues last night. I know some of your schedules are not pretty but its the best we could do. At least we didnt give you that road trip I talked about earlier
I know doing schedules are tough so I am trying not give the scheduling committee grief. I should talk to the PAC-10 scheduling committee because my conference openers are tough.
OREGON STATE RECRUITMENT
1. DT Timothy Sherman from Placentia, CA
2. QB Jon Terry, from Rosemead, CA
3.ATH Travis Hill, from Merced, CA
4.QB Phil Richardson, from Lynnwood, WA
5.HB Lance Humphrey from Ontario, CA
6. WR Eric Wilkerson from Downey, CA
7. DE Mike Rucker from San Leandro, CA
8.MLB Jesse Arnold from Dana Point, CA
9. DE Dominque Hayes, from Vacaville, CA
10. ATH Brian White, from San Deigo, CA
11. OLB Carlos Weatherford, from Lake Jackson, TX
12. FS Tony Matthews, from Cherry Hills Village, CO
13.OLB Steven Anderson, from Pleasanton, TX
I still have some walk ons that need to be cut, my assistant coaches didn't have the nerve to tell them they were going to be cut last night.
Take a look at my conf schedule. All my home games are up front. Spend the last part of the season on the road. Gonna be tough!
I have seen that many times in T3, it seems whenever the Cougs go on the road for the Apple Cup, I have three straight road games to end the year. The scheduling is just out of whack.
Hopefully there will be more Logic in the scheduling in 2012 when is comes out. I also have players I would like to cut, but cant now until start of the season correct?
After the debacle of oversleeping meetings with recruits and missed plane flights last year, Coach Mexi has decided not to fire the recruiting staff. "They did a good job of rebounding last year, filling out the board while also getting some quality prospects. They will be put to the test these next couple of years, in an effort to find recruits that can play coming right out of high school."
The original rule was no cuts. This season, I added a +1 clause (not sure if I actually added to the rules or not. If I didnt I will). So, the rule is you can have 71 players and cut one. If you have 70 players you keep them all. I think in Wazzu's case we were going to cut some guys when he took over. Hope that clears things up with regards to the rule.
My scholarship count doesn't include the walk ons
Just trying to play catch-up with your in-state rival. I've had pipelines in Texas, Cali and Florida for 2 seasons now.......and I somehow added Ohio too.
Texas A&M Aggies Recruiting Class of 2014The Aggies are in desperate need of some help in the defensive backfield, and will look to this years class to produce 3-4 spots from the corner and free safety positions. The other position the Aggies are in need of is the TE position, where both of the players there are SRs. The coaching staff may be adding some wrs and take a receiver or two over to the te position. The WR and HB spots are deep, and the qb position seems to be nailed down with Sophomore Alfred Howell at the reigns.1. Ath Justin Griffin 6'5 228: Justin is maybe the biggest athlete we've ever signed here in our time here. He looks like a WR because of limited blocking skills, but could play TE for us because of his size. We will see where we can put him.2. CB William Johnson 6'0 190: Will adds speed to our defensive backfield, with a B+ rating and a very good zone and press rating. This is a big sign for us, as we are looking to add many recruits to our backfield, and are lacking any serious speed to match up with the fast WRs here in the Big 12.3. Ath Charles Toth 6'2 193: Charles has decent speed and quickness. Right now he is a running back skill set, but it's not enough to get him in the game with the backs that we have coming up. Maybe sometime down the road Charles will pan out as a return guy.4. OLB Tyler Sowell 6'2 205: Ty is a speedy backer, which we have been continuing to go after. He'll have to get stronger and learn to tackle better to see significant playing time though.5. CB Kevin Parker 6'0 164: Kevin is a very interesting pickup for us. He has some skills that may belie his 3 star ratings. Outstanding play recognition, pretty decent speed, good jumping ability, catching ability (for a corner) and man coverage skills. We are excited to get Kevin into the mix asap.6. FS Steve Robinson 6'3 191: Steve is going to be an interesting nickel-type back for us. He possesses good man and press skills, but really struggles in zone. Also he struggles diagnosing plays at the moment. We'll need to work with him, but he will hopefully blossom after a year of redshirting.7. WR Chris Foster 6'3 191: Chris is a speedy receiver but really lacks all the skills to be a starter in the first couple seasons. Depending on depth, he seems a likely candidate to redshirt and really develop his overall game. We are really stoked to add some more speed for the future of the corps though.8. C John Parker 6'3 294: John is a kid we've had our eyes on since day one of recruiting. He will fit right into the mold here for our offensive coordinator as a dynamic run blocking specialist. His footwork will need to improve, but because he'll have a couple years to mature before getting thrown in there, he will be a solid motor guy for us to anchor our running game in the middle.22.214.171.124.126.96.36.199.17.
Nothing to report in Eugene yet. Had 5 or 6 kids in for visits, most of them went well. Got another half dozen coming in this week.
This is a big week for Oklahoma. We have 8 guys coming in for the game against Wisconsin, so a win would be huge.
Wisconsin looks to send those kids home disappointed
2014 Illinois Fighting Illini Recruiting Class
1. #15 QB Drew Rogers - 6'0", 227 lbs - Belleville, IL - Balanced -
2. #30 WR Ronnie Butler - 6'3", 183 lbs - Glendale Heights, IL - Balanced -
3. #12 FS Jon Horne - 6'1", 180 lbs - Bensenville, IL - Hard Hitter -
4. #28 DE Jim Davenport - 6'4", 244 lbs - Ashland, KY - Balanced -
5. #25 DE Sean Nixon - 6'3", 228 lbs - Dekalb, IL - Run Stopper -
6. #18 SS Andrew Alexander - 6'2", 189 lbs - Speedway, IN - Hard Hitter -
7. #17 SS Charles Collier - 6'1", 179 lbs - Gladstone, MO - Hard Hitter -
8. #18 DT Joe Randolph - 6'3", 262 lbs - Altus, OK - Balanced -
9. #10 G Andrew Johnson - 6'3", 294 lbs - Finneytown, OH - Run Block -
10. #20 DT Xavier Baker - 6'4", 273 lbs - Lisle, IL - Balanced -
Oregon got its first commitment for the 2014 class.
WR Kris Allen 5'9 175 from Ponchatoula, LA. Allen has B+ speed/spectacular catch and B- release. He will probably redshirt next season.
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