Recruiting Trail (S4)

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  1. onaradio34

    onaradio34 Tryin not to show how little I know bout anything

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    WEEK 1 SIGNINGS

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    • :5stars: #1 MLB Brooks Jones. Also offered by USC. Athletically superior to all but the most elite MLB's. Can single-handedly shutdown outside run games. Solid tackler but can get lost in zone. Future All-Big 10 if not All-American.
    • :4stars: #9 CB Geoff Thomas. JUCO Soph. 4.28 speed with A acc and B+ agility. Shuts receivers down at the line and can rise up with anybody. Knows the position fairly well but a RS would make him certified "lockdown".
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    • :4stars: #8 G Thomas Fitzpatrick. Big kid with great footwork for his age. Should be an absolute road grader for the Nittany Lions and will keep the QB upright as well.
    • :4stars: #18 DE Vincent Thomas. 4.56 speed and A- acceleration make him a nightmare off the edge. Improving his block shedding (which is already decent) will transform him from pass rusher to star.
    • :4stars: #16 MLB Brandon Smith. Fast kid with a good arsenal of moves, but nothing to warrant alot of hype. Some time to learn and develop will do wonders.
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    • :4stars: #11 MLB Chris Jackson. You CANNOT escape this kid. You will be caught and you will be tackled. He's got decent speed but it's his uncanny nose for the ball make him a tackling machine and future headliner.
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    • :4stars: #5 CB Marques Jones. Also offered by Stanford. 4.38 speed a pretty good cover ability. No holes but nothing spectacular. Needs some development before he will make an impact.
    • :4stars: #9 T Andrew Luke. Also offered by Stanford and Cal. Limitations in pass blocking will make him a RT but his impressive run blocking will open huge holes for the run game. Will flat out eat smaller DE's lunch on runs.
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    • :3stars: #28 ATH Matt Tidwell. 6'2" 231 and a great burst combined with decent tackling, strength, block shedding will probably put him at OLB. Needs development but has enough tools to be successful there.
    • :3stars: #51 DT Reggie Hancock. Can hold up blockers and stand his ground but don't expect him to control the LOS. Has some nice skills but is lumbering and can miss tackles.
    • :3stars: #53 ATH Josh Rogers. Unfortunately, Josh looks like a career backup at HB. Especially considering the talent Cal pulled in last year at that position, his lack of speed or power will leave him on the pine.
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    • :3stars: #19 C Shedrick Roach. Would be exposed if played early but has a decent foundation of skills to build on. Should earn a starting spot by the time he's an upperclassman.
    • :2stars: #116 CB Steven Covington. JUCO Soph. His dreadful man coverage make him a severe liability except in basic zone defenses. Does play stronger than his 160lb frame let's on and has better hands than most CB's, even top-notch guys.
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    • :2stars: #97 T Brian Daniel. Is smarter than most but don't expect him to be much more than a roster filler.

     
  2. BobJr

    BobJr To each their own

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    This is the shit. Great read radio
     
  3. H22APWRD94

    H22APWRD94 RG3 Bandwagon

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    Love this segment.
     
  4. controllerabuser

    controllerabuser Purple People Eaters

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    Great work as always.
     
  5. onaradio34

    onaradio34 Tryin not to show how little I know bout anything

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    WEEK 2 SIGNING(S)

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    • [​IMG] #84 CB Tyrell Baker. Really good athlete and nice heigth at 6'2". Struggles in zone but his love is to get up in the receivers face where he plays his best ball. Really just needs an understanding of the game as his physical abilities will get him on the field at some point.
     
  6. Emmdotfrisk

    Emmdotfrisk Working half days on my days off.

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    Don't under estimate the power of depth radio. I expect him yo add good depth and get playing time as a RSJR. That's how I roll son!
     
  7. onaradio34

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    WEEK 4 SIGNING(S)

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    • :2stars: #92 OLB Aaron Willis. 4.36 speed and B acceleration will help him get on the field. Struggles with the nuances of the game but is a decent tackler and athletic abilities allow him to be disruptive.
     
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  8. onaradio34

    onaradio34 Tryin not to show how little I know bout anything

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    WEEK 5 SIGNINGS

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    • :2stars: #104 G Chad Herring. Another solid find by Iowa. Really smart kid that moves well and can get to the second level. Is undersized but expect Iowa to let the kid mature before throwing him to the Big 10 wolve(rine)s.
    • :3stars: #37 HB Shaun McCullough. Also offered by Iowa St. Doesn't have great speed but does possess a wide range of skills to avoid getting tackled. Can lower the shoulder and get some tough yards or juke the defender. Needs improve on fumbles or he will never see the field however.
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    • :5stars: #1 T Ike Wade. Offered by Tex, Okla, BGSU. Footwork and strength are developed well beyond those his age. Should be a 3-year starter for the Wolverines, possibly 4.
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    • :4stars: #2 OLB Jeremiah Ewing. Offered by Note Dame. Solid across the board. Labeled a "Run Stopper" but plays the pass better than many DB's. Good size at 6'3" 240lbs. Kid will be a beast in a short time.
    • :5stars: #4 G Isaiah Haynes. Offered by Notre Dame and Oklahoma. Smart, quick off the line, and specializes in pancaking guys. tOSU picks up another future stud with a Biblical name. Funny both were offered by Notre Dame.
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    • :2stars: #7 K Ron Andrews. Accuracy is is forte'. Nice pickup for Oregon.
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    • :2stars: #145 DT Ben Jones. JUCO Soph. Big enough to clog the lanes in the middle at 6'5" 310lbs. Decent at getting off blocks but needs alot of work in other areas before he sees the field. Still, with time he has potential.
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    • :4stars: #4 OLB Zac Fields. Offer from Texas. His combination of speed, acceleration, and finess moves will make him deadly on blitzes. Read plays very well and is hardly ever out of position. Very solid in coverage for an OLB.
    • :5stars: #3 G Brandon Williams. Offered by Oklahoma. Another run blocking specialists to pair with week 1 signee Luke. USC is building a foundation for a powerhouse run game on the offensive line. Unfortunately for the Pac 10, Brandon is also a pretty good pass blocker.
    • :5stars: #1 CB Stephen Banks. Offered by Tex and Okla. Fastest player in the class with 4.26 speed and gets there in a hurry with A acceleration. Really good at stuffing routes at the line but does need work in other areas. The kid maybe too good an athlete to leave on the bench though.
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    • :3stars: #43 SS Jon Hughes. Offered by the Fighting Lettermans. PLayed more of a rover position as opposed to SS in H.S. and doesnt yet have the skills to be successful there. Is good in run help however and has a good frame for a SS at 6'3" 200lbs.
     
  9. H22APWRD94

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    Radio, Herring will be making the switch to FB. He just has too much athleticism to not look to get him on the field.
     
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  11. BobJr

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    Damn. Fast ass OLB
     
  12. H22APWRD94

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    That is my kind of LB.
     
  13. onaradio34

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    WEEK 6 SIGNINGS

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    • :3stars:#21 G Brad Ingram. Offered by Boise St and Fresno St. Quick off the ball and specializes in protecting the QB in the pocket. Not bad at opening holes, but needs work on footwork and power. Really smart kid with plenty of upside.​
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    • :4stars: #7 OLB Jesse Mcknight. Offered by Notre Dame. A+ acceleration and B+ pursuit make it difficult to get to the outside for opposing HB's. Strong kid and pretty good in coverage. Slightly undersized at 6'1" 209lbs.
    • :4stars: #5 OLB Marcus Jones. 6'7" 229lbs, with A- jumping and C catching...WOW. Add great ability to get off blocks, solid athleticism, good strength, hit power and tackling, and you have a freak in this kid.
    • :5stars: #2 TE Kevin Anderson. Offered by Notre Dame. Many experts have projected Kevin to move to WR once he gets to Columbus. He struggles in blocking situations, but shines on routes. Really smart kid who catches everything in his considerable 6'5" 233lb reach. Runs great routes and shrugs of bump coverage. Interesting to see how the Buckeyes use him.
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    • :4stars: #17 WR Howard Johnson. Offered by WVU. 4.32 speed make him a certified burner. Goes up and attackes the ball but doesn't always come down with it. Solid route runner but won't see the field until his hands improve.
    • :4stars: #9 OLB Ross Herman. Also offered by Va Tech. Not as light on his feet as many would hope but does have nice top end speed and acceleration for a LB. Really solid tackler with a solid set of skills.
    • :3stars: #66 G Courtney Bridges. JUCO Jr. His 2 years of JUCO has really improved his strength and understanding of the position. Very skilled run blocker. If depth chart allows for a RS, he could be a 2 year starter.
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    • :4stars: #22 DE Cliff "Don't call me Steve" Perry. Undersized for a Big 10 DE at 6'2" 214lbs and his skills may be a tad underdeveloped at the moment compared to other prospects of his rating. Still, he's a good athlete that should develop into a 2, maybe 3, year starter for Purdue.
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    • :4stars: #7 MLB Matt Holt. Solid athlete with really good block shedding and pursuit. Just a solid prospect all around that should develop into a nice Pac 10 MLB.
    • :4stars: #4 TE Robert Donaldson. Very close to being a 5*. Great receiving abilities and a solid blocker. The only aspect holding him back is a 4.72 forty. If he can improve on that, he will be All Pac 10.
     
  14. onaradio34

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    WEEK 7 SIGNINGS

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    • :3stars: #90 DE Ricky Morris. JUCO JR. Good first step and loves to bull rush. Solid tackler and can generate a lot of pop in his hits. Should be a solid DE for the Cardinal but a year to watch and learn may prove invaluable.
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    • :4stars: #16 ATH Ricky Fogle. Offered by Arizona St and Fresno St. At 6'3" and 268lbs, Ricky looks to be a DE. Runs a 4.80 forty and gets off blocks pretty well. Struggles recognizing plays as screens and draws are effective against him. Once he learns the position, should lock down a starting spot for 2 years.
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    • :3stars: #54 T Kevin Booker. Offered by ASU. JUCO Soph. Really good at all facets of pass blocking. Nice size and length at 6'6". Should be a really nice LT for OSU despite DW predicting RT.
    • :3stars: #33 OLB Caleb Stewart. Good speed and acceleration and a decent tackler. Suspect in coverage and struggles to get off blocks. Success will depend on how OSU develops and uses him.
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    • :3stars: #39 OLB Cedric Baldwin. 4.42 speed with B+ acceleration. Doesn't have much of a repitiore of moves but finds a way to get off blocks and is solid in coverage. Should be a solid performer.
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    • :4stars: #9 G Jason Walker. Offered by Okla. The Mich staff graded Jason as a 5* and hoped he stayed under the radar which he did. One of the fastest G's in the class and really knows the game and position. A steal for the Wolverines.
    • :5stars: #5 G Roger Cronin. Offered by Okla. Another fast and smart o-lineman for the Wolverines. No holes in his game and could be a 4 year starter.
    • :4stars: #2 SS Robert Smith. Offered by Va Tech, UNC, Notre Dame. 4.46 speed and usually knows where to go. Really knows the position. Doesn't have all the attributes a top-flight SS usually does, but will have time to grow.
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    • :4stars: #12 OLB Preston Thomas. Offered by Tenn. A stout run defender that was made for Big 10 football. Plays the pass pretty darn well, too. With the abundance of talent brought in by tOSU at the position, he should have plenty of time to develop.
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    • :3stars: #5 K Markus Armstrong. Offered by Iowa. Pretty strong and acruate leg and has a solid understanding of what he is asked to do. Should solidify Penn St in that department for 4 years.
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    • :3stars: #62 DT Steven Coleman. Offered by Nevada. Strong kid despite his undersized frame. Needs alot of development which he should get with the Trojans.​

    • :4stars: #6 FS Mario Thomas. Offered by BC. A good run-supporting safety that may be suited better at the SS position. Runs down ball carriers, is tough to block and hits hard.​

    • :4stars: #3 QB Sean Williams. Great arm with B+ power and B- accuracy. Very slippery in the open field as well and should thrive in the USC offense.​
     
  15. onaradio34

    onaradio34 Tryin not to show how little I know bout anything

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      #1 QB JONATHAN MATTHEWS. Offered by Alabama. Dangerous arm with B power and B- accuracy and a nightmare with his feet. 4.48 speed, B accel and A- agility coupled with B- break tackle and A elusiveness. The kind of kid that you build a system around instead of building him around the system.
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      #40 DE JASON MILLER. Offered by Oreg St and UCLA. Strong kid that can shed blocks and long enough to swat down passes. Should make his fair share on plays behing the line when he's ready for PT.
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    • :4stars: #30 WR JEFF HOGAN. His lack of burst and frequent drops scared of alot of schools. Kudos to the Beavers for seeing his upside. Great route runner who can out-jump most DB's and, when he does catch it, very rarely lets it go. Should develop into a solid and reliable 3rd down threat.​
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    • :4stars: #3 T MARTIN GRANT. Offered by Florida. Top-flight acceleration and has advanced skills in the run blocking department. Reliable in any situation and should be a future starter at LT for Iowa.​


    • :5stars: #2 DE CURTIS OUTLAW. Offered by Neb and WVU. Good speed off the edge and strong at point of attack. Solid in almost every area. Possible 3 year starter.​
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    • :4stars: #5 HB DANNY KEARNEY. Offered by TX A&M. Good combination of speed and power with A elusiveness. Decent in the open field but needs to limit turnovers before he sees the field.​
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    • :5stars: #4 HB MARCUS MCKNIGHT. Offered by Florida. Wide variety of moves and solid power make him very difficult to bring down. 4.42 speed gives him ability to go the distance.​


    • :4stars: #13 QB PHIL HARRISON. JUCO Jr. Prototypical size at 6'5" with good mobility and playmaking when things break down. Arms don't get any stronger than this kid's and if his accuracy catches up, hello NFL. A RS could do wonders.​
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    • :3stars: #65 CB PATRICK BECK. Offered by WVU. Lacks the speed of most CB's but does play great press coverage. A little improvement in coverage would get him on the field but he is suspect in bringing people down.​


    • :4stars: #8 DE CORY FOSTER. Offered by WVU. Another DE with good speed for PSU. Plays with alot of power as well and throws guys around. Runs down backs on the edge and has some nice hops.​
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    • :3stars:#69 WR SAM ROBINSON. Burner with 4.34 speed but not much else. Can jump and avoid tacklers. Needs alot of work in fundamentals of the WR position.​
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    • :3stars: #72 TE DONALD STALLINGS. Big target at 6'5" that has decent hands. Not a bad blocker but needs improvement on his footwork.​


    • :4stars: #15 QB DON BROTHERS. Really nice arm and escapability. On the short side at 6'0" with a little improvement in accuracy, should compete for the staring spot in a few years.​


    • :4stars: #9 HB MICHAEL DAVIS. Offered by Okie St. Powerful bowling ball with exceptional open field skills. B+ spin move and A juke. Not a big threat to take it to the house but plenty of skills to be a highly productive back.​


    • :4stars: #8 FS BRENT FREEMAN. Offered by TX A&M and Mizzou. Doesn't have the play recognition of elite safties, but makes up for it with a solid skill set. Reliable in man coverage, tough to block and has great heigth at 6'3".​
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    • :4stars: #12 WR ERIC PATTON. If he was alittle more elusive in the open field he would be a 5*. Good athlete that knows the position.​


    • :4stars: #9 DE ANTHONY HORTON. Offered by Bama. Excels at holding the line and stopping the run. Good acceleration may get him a to the QB as well. Great set of moves.​


    • :4stars: #6 ATH WALTER WALKER. Offered by Utah. Excellent cover skills will make him a dangerous CB for USC. If he improves his hands, has the skills to lead the country in picks.​
     
  16. onaradio34

    onaradio34 Tryin not to show how little I know bout anything

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    Formatting is all F'ed up and won't do edit...sorry
     
  17. onaradio34

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    • :3stars: #21 FS Joe Davis. Big hitter with nice hands and decent cover ability. Would like to see him recognize plays quicker but when he does, he has the ability to make a play whether run or pass.

    • :4stars: #4 DE Cameron Griffin. Offered by Neb. Way undersized at 6'1" 213lbs but makes up for it with his speed and strength. 4.66 forty puts him even with most top-tier DE's but gets there quicker than most. Once he gets his hands on a ball carrier, he rarely lets them go.​
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    • :3stars: #23 DE Rashaud Turner. Offered by Fresno St, Colorado, Nevada. Great acceleration and a really smart kid. Has nice technique that helps him overcome his lack of strength. Should develop nicely.​

    • :3stars: #59 WR Doug Carter. Offered by Nevada. Not fast but does have good understanding of the fundamentals of WR. Has great leaping ability and does well against press coverage. Hands could be better after grading out with a D.​
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    • :3stars: #70 QB Doug Smith. Good size at 6'4" and 214lbs. Pretty strong arm and decent accuracy. Will need to RS and wait his turn but could contend for the starting spot during RS Jr or RS Sr year.​
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    • :2stars: #61 Nate Workman. JUCO JR. Impressive overall blocking skills and great acceleration may get him some PT after redshirting. Should have a better understanding of the game after 2 years in JUCO, probably what kept him from another star.​
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    • :4stars: #1 OLB Greg Keyes. Offered by Texas and Tenn. Really good athlete with a 6'3" frame. Reliable in almost every aspect of defense. Could step right in and get valuable PT.​

    • :3stars: #21 OLB Ryan Weddle. Offered by Notre Dame and Wisc. Good speed and distruption skills make him a good candidate for weakside LB. Should be able to RS and develop his skills before seeing breaking into the 2-deep.​
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    • :5stars: #2 HB Kevin Johnson. Heated battle with Michigan. Doesn't have break away speed but is very elusive and has power to move a pile. Just a really solid, all around back.​
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    • :4stars: #5 SS Kyle McKenzie. Offered by Utah and WVU. A ferocious hitter that plays the pass really well for a SS. Would like to see him get off blocks better, but a possible star in the making for Oregon.​
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    • :2stars: #84 MLB Michael Copeland. JUCO Jr that will provide depth. Slightly below average on most categories but with a RS, he could improve enough to hit the 2-deep by his Sr year.​


    • :3stars: #35 DE Jamarr Arnold. Offered by Utah. Great 6'7" 263lb frame and has tremendous burst off the edge. Can hold is gaps but don't expect him to shred good O-lines. Should develop into a force by the time he's an upperclassman.​
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    • :2stars: #82 TE Steve Swain. Suspect when blocking for the moment but a reliable pass catcher with solid hands. Really smart kid that should pick up the blocking aspects quickly and turn into a solid player.​


    • :3stars: #84 ATH Victor Martin. Big kid at 6'7" 280lbs with slightly above average awarness. His lack of athleticism and blocking will put him at DT. Many skills unknown at this point but can use his size to clog middle and swat down passes.​


    • :4stars: #13 WR Richard Guidry. Decent speed and above average WR skills. At his heigth (5'10"), you would expect him to be alittle more dangerous in the open field but should still be a reliable target.​


    • :4stars: #10 CB Jayson Lester. Offered by Ga Tech, Mizzou, Notre Dame, Clemson. Highly sought after kid for good reason. On the small side at 5'9" 160lb but really good in coverage, especially in man-to-man and press. Reads plays and hits extremely well for a corner. If he develops, could shut down the outer 3rd of the field by himself.​
     
  18. onaradio34

    onaradio34 Tryin not to show how little I know bout anything

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    Format is all f'ed up again...may have to break these larger signing weeks into 2 posts
     
  19. nrg_qbz-_-

    nrg_qbz-_- Walk On

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    great read as always, onaradio!
     
  20. BobJr

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    I have decided to dominate the dline because my corners will suck
     
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    awesome job radio!
     
  22. controllerabuser

    controllerabuser Purple People Eaters

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    Great shit Radio,

    All you mothafuckas get ready to get BUCKED by these new BUCKEYES we got comin' in!
     
  23. onaradio34

    onaradio34 Tryin not to show how little I know bout anything

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    WEEK 10 SIGNINGS

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    • :4stars: #10 FS Daniel Cooper. JUCO Jr. Blazing 4.24 speed and A acceleration. Really nice play recognition and pursuit. Would love to see the guy sit and learn D1 football for a year but may be too good not to see the field.
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    • :3stars: #22 HB Patrick Anderson. Really good blend of between the tackle power and open field ellusiveness. Short, powerful 5'9" 200lb frame with speed (4.38) to go the distance.
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    • :3stars: #43 OLB Adam Mitchell. Offered by Boise St. Nice size (6'3" 231lbs) and athletic ability. Reallly solid in run support and reliable in pass coverage as well. No holes in his game. Good find by the Beavers.
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    • :3stars: #16 TE Jamie Chandler. Offered by Ohio and Utah. Solid run blocker that is reliable in the pass game and will bulldoze his way for extra yards. Great at laying the big block but does need some development on his blocking footwork.
    • :4stars: #3 SS Chance Ashley. Offered by Va Tech. Funny he was offered by these 2 schools cause he's all substance, no flash. Tall, long and really good in coverage as well as run support. Kid could play any DB position and excel but his play recog and pursuit make him a perfect SS.
    • :4stars: #7 SS Scott Henderson. Offered by Notre Dame and Wisconsin. The closer he gets to the LOS, the better he gets. Hard to block and even harder to escape. His size (6'1" 212lbs) and speed (4.62) make him a possible candidate for OLB where he should shine. Interesting to see what Iowa does with him.
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    • :4stars: #25 ATH Chad Tolbert. Offered by Florida. Underwhelming athlete but distinguishes himself by his precise route running. Good hands as well should make him a WR. He'll be a project but should be a solid chain-mover.
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    • :2stars: #121 CB Gabe Meadows. JUCO Jr. Not bad in zone coverage but can be beaten in man. Decent skill set that could be valuable if he can sit and learn for a year before being thrust into action.
    • :4stars: #8 WR Preston Douglas. Offered by Florida and Akron. Interesting mix of size (6'4") and skill set. Great route runner with A- jumping ability. Quick first steps but does need some work on his hands. Should be a helluva playmaker for Purdue.
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    • :3stars: #57 MLB Sean Lane. Good strength and decent block shedding. Needs alot of development before he sees the field which ASU will give him.
    • :3stars: #77 DE Chris Collins. Offered by UNLV. A beast to block but is lacking in physical gifts to make alot of plays. Another project for ASU that could turn out to be a steal.
     
  24. DC

    DC Shake n Bake

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    My fs(which I thought was a 4 star???) will be sitting a year seeing as I have one fs committed already and 2 young fs rated at 80 ovr with blazing speed. Vying for playing time between eachother
     
  25. onaradio34

    onaradio34 Tryin not to show how little I know bout anything

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    Fixed...my bad. I started on the wrong week where you had a 3 star and forgot to change.
     

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