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~RMG Season 1 Recruiting Board~

Discussion in 'Thread Archive' started by Bulldog, Aug 25, 2011.

  1. Bulldog

    Bulldog Coach Richt is my Dawg!

    Jul 1, 2010
    There are no recruiting limits until we get to our alma maters but this thread is to just discuss recruits we have signed.
  2. mcyork

    mcyork Walk On

    May 17, 2009

    ASU Inks Its 1st Recruit

    The Sun Devils recieved some good news this Friday as the #27 Tackle in the country Roderick Lumpkin from Park City Utah signed a letter of intent to play for ASU next fall. Lumpkin stands at 6'5" 285 lbs and is rated a :3stars: by both rivals and scout. "He is a big boy we need him to work on technique this fall with his High School coaches and to put on a few more LB's. With his skill set I see him getting thrown into the mix to play his freshman year." said Coach York when asked about Roderick.
  3. Kasper

    Kasper The Ghost Himself

    Apr 12, 2010
    Tulsa Inks Two

    The University of Tulsa Golden Hurricane picked up two instant commits to begin the season, both coming from in state recruits. Starting with #27 FB Marquis Lewis who measures out at a hefty 6'2 230 lbs. Lewis will need to adapt to the offense quickly that new coach Tyler Kasperson has brought in. Recently, Tulsa hardly ever even used a fullback, but the emergence of Kasper's pistol offense puts a lot of emphasis on having a good fullback who can block and catch a pass or two- even run occasionally. Lewis needs to develop, but should be a welcomed addition to Tulsa.​

    Switching to the defensive side of the ball, 3 star middle linebacker prospect Kevin Simmons recently gave a hard commitment to Tulsa. The 6'0 225 lb Wagoner, Oklahoma native is ranked as the 32nd best MLB in the country, and is adequate at tackling and block shedding for a player right out of high school. With a year or two to adjust to the game and maybe beef up more, Simmons could be a player for the Golden Hurricane.​

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