Discussion in 'Thread Archive' started by DC, Nov 6, 2010.
Post all MWC news here.
Winning team please post who won, what were the rankings, and what was the final score. We want to be able to keep track of this information.
After initial phone calls were made, Missouri has no reports of any recruits jumping at the chance to play at Missouri. Coach OM isn't worried though. "It isn't unusual for recruits to hold off a few weeks before deciding which school is right for them. We have a young team and I'm certain the interest in the program will only increase with time."
The mountain west coming out in a dominating fashion!
Coach ChildPlease9 has pledged to revive the UCLA program and restore the Bruins to their former glory. This uphill battle starts on the recruiting front, which is detailed in this thread.
The Bruins have added great depth on the offensive line thus far. However, UCLA is looking to add some difference makers on the offensive side of things, as well as key players in the defensive front seven.
Hey lets put this under the LEFT Coast Network page.
Future Frogs:The 2011 TCU Recruiting Class
Updated through week 7
UCLA has added Four Star Wide Receiver George Fuller of Huntington Park, CA and Four Star Defensive End Shawn McAfee of Fallon, NV heading into week nine. Fuller, the second ESPNU 150 player to sign with the Bruins, should contribute in the redzone at 6 foot 6 inches. Paired with 6-5 senior-to-be Nelson Rosario and 6-4 junior-to-be Jerry Johnson, the Bruins will have plenty of red zone receivers on the roster. McAfee may make his way onto the field as a true freshman pass-rushing defensive end. With a 4.6-40 and a weakness at the position on the returning roster, McAfee may prove to be a steal for ChildPlease9.
The Bruins had multiple recruits visiting for the dominating victory this week against Arizona, including strong-armed ESPNU 150 QB Cedric Nelson and power-back Randy McMahan. ChildPlease9 is expecting a commitment from McMahan, as well a couple of other prospects of less acclaim.
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