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- Feb 17, 2012
The description of T Brockermeyer really stings.
I’m about ready for Saban to retire.
Appreciate it. Just curious what are their cut offs are. Like nope his arms are too short or hands too small. Any weird things coaches looked for too.If I have time this weekend ... I'll look back at recent data and run down for the board what Alabama's OL and DL wingspan and hand size were in last 2-3 classes. That will be the elite across the board.
Appreciate it. Just curious what are their cut offs are. Like nope his arms are too short or hands too small. Any weird things coaches looked for too.
NOT ONLY because WE offered......but ,Let's just say UT has a much higher opinion of Lengyel than everyone else. Lengyel is not ranked on 247 either and that list includes the top 279 players in Texas. By comparison, the lowest ranked current Texas 2021 in state commit is Jonathon Brooks at 79.
Of course now that we've offered Lengyel, he'll skyrocket up the recruiting lists.
well thats disappointingFootball prospects who sign letters of intent today probably don't realize it, but recruiters check out their ankles. Recruiters also glance at...www.seattletimes.com
When Dave Doeren took over NC State’s head coaching job in December 2012 following the firing of Tom O’Brien, athletic director Debbie Yow told Doeren that anywww.si.com
edit: it doesn't say to rub their palm with your finger when you shake their hand so you can finally cut that out, ok?
"82. Blaine Green, WR, Allen - Oklahoma State
Hamilton: Same measurables as Bryson Green. If you are wondering about Nahlin, Justin Wells and my measurables, I’m way more athletic. I’m also older, so not a good trend line for Nahlin and Wells. Can anyone on the board train a couple of lost causes?"
Since I'm the only former college athlete among the group and the only to dunk, I resemble that remark.
6-5 to 6-6 is ideal OL size, so being done growing isn't a bad thing here.My problem with putting offensive linemen in the top two spots is OL is probably the most difficult position group to project su;ccess from HS to the collegiate level. Some look like sure-fire stars as 11th-graders but have already maxed out. For instance, the statement that Brockermeyer was 6-5 in 8th grade tells me he's done growing.
OTOH, you'll often see 3-* kids in HS get to college and keep growing & putting on muscle. They grow into consensus all-conference OL.
This. Regardless of how many interior bodies we may have, the room is not good enough to let him pass. Take one less three star flyer later.Looks stout for Myslisnki ... but I would take/offer Ezra too. G/C ... let it play out. Way too much upside to let walk.
Tate is probably up there with Da’Wain as far as prospect crushes go for me. When I did the initial eval I really focused on how nasty his game was and honestly diminished his physical attributes more than I should have.73. Tate Williams, OG, Wall - Baylor
Hamilton: Senior riser with college coaches right here.
Nahlin: Great off the ball, keeps his feet moving, and is a bully. Could be a helluva center, too.
See nothing but ascending for Williams. He crosses over a key line in track and field too for the throwers ... 50+ shot put and 160+ discusTate is probably up there with Da’Wain as far as prospect crushes go for me. When I did the initial eval I really focused on how nasty his game was and honestly diminished his physical attributes more than I should have.
11” hands and a 82 inch wingspan have quickly changed my mind on his physical upside. I think Baylor has got themselves an absolute stud.
Bragg was a personal favorite.I'm surprised James Brock and Ezra are ranking very near Branson Bragg territory. Maybe I'm overrating Bragg, but I thought he combined the right sort of size /length with the athleticism and nastiness to represent elite. Bragg was 15th in 2019 IT top 100.
I didn’t know this about him. Interesting. Maybe he can moonlight at each of the OL positions before finding his best fit.11” hands and a 82 inch wingspan have quickly changed my mind on his physical upside. I think Baylor has got themselves an absolute stud.
I'm just wondering if he's shorter/less long than listed which arguably makes him center specific, which might be why he has no regional P5 offersWe don't. We got him at 6-3 and 285 at an event in 2019 ... but wasn't one of ours. Not hand, span, agility testing etc