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Discussion in 'Recruiting' started by Badass, May 7, 2018.
Doesn't bother me at all, unless he means off the field douchery
Otherwise, how is being compared to a recent Heisman winner bad?
Or is it desperate times finding desperate measures?
2022 player but the point is relevant to what was above in here
But Texas has beaten them all in the last two years whereas before they were beating Texas like a drum.
How soon one forgets how bad it was 3 to 6 years ago.
Better than losing to them, but, Texas is still not dominating Baylor (in football, basketball or baseball) and, especially TCU. Even when Texas was dominating these schools it was a fight. ISU is a newcomer to the Texas non-domination club.
To get anywhere Texas needs to put their boot back on these schools.
LSU is convinced he is theirs and he does have longstanding relationships with several coaches including Linehan.
247's updated 2021 list is coming out.
So far, looks like James Brockermeyer and Shemar Turner are both now 4-stars
Seems like this could lead to all sorts of odd behavior, especially in the SEC
Ja'tavion Sanders #14 in 247/#41 in the Composite
Billy Bowman - #37/49
Jalen Milroe - #95/80
Derrick Harris: #173/168
Some of the other movers in the 247 who we've offered:
RB TreVeyon Henderson (Hopewell, Va.) up to #11 overall (up 216 spots)
LB Smael Mondon (Dallas, Ga.) up to #18 overall ( 39 spots)
CB Nyland Green (Covington, Ga.) up to #27 overall (up 193 spots)
RB LJ Johnson (Cy-Fair) up to #30 overall (up 76 spots)
Guess he is not hip to media games. So young.
1) Tommy Brockermeyer
2) Donovan Jackson
3) Ja'Tavion Sanders
4) LJ Johnson
5) Savion Byrd
6) Billy Bowman
7) Camar Wheaton
'8) Cody Jackson
9) Clayton Smith
10) JoJo Earle
11) Landon Jackson
12) Kaidon Salter
13) J.Michael Sturdivant
14) Jalen Milroe
15) Dematrius Davis
16) Ismael Ibraheem
17) Marcus Burris
18) Preston Stone
19) Reuben Fatheree
20) Bryce Foster
21) Eli Stowers
22) Shadrach Banks
23) Ketron Jackson
24) Sawyer Robertson
25) Jordon Thomas
26) Jordan Jenkins
27) Latrell McCutchin
28) Theodore Knox
29) Quaydarius Davis
30) Derrick Harris Jr
31) Behren Morton
32) Kendrick Blackshire
33) Garrett Nussmeier
34) Andrew Mukuba
35) Deuce Harmon
36) Shemar Turner
Tommy Brockermeyer (7) and Donovan Jackson (8) are 5-stars. 247 only has eight total 5-stars right now. Ja'Tavion Sanders looks to to eventually make it to 5-star (#14 overall now) and Bowman could make it too.
Conner and JD Coffey both to 3-star on 247.
OT Jonah Miller isn't in the top 247.
There is some variance out there with regard to OG Bryce Foster
247: #113 nationally, #6 OG, #20 in Texas
Rivals: #9 nationally, #1 OG, #2 in Texas
ESPN: #29 in the "Midlands Region," #4 OG, #25 in Texas
Composite: #69 nationally, #5 OG, #9 in Texas
Here is what 247 said about Bowman
Billy Bowman Jr., ATH, Denton (Texas) Ryan: We will repeat ourselves here with Bowman, a teammate of Sanders who also provided outstanding two-way production considering how many snaps he had to play going both ways, not to mention his usual impact on special teams. Bowman moved up more than 100 spots in the Top247 from No. 146 to No. 37 on the updated rankings. The 5-foot-10, 175-pound Bowman is a high-major prospect at receiver or in the secondary, but we think his higher ceiling is likely on defense, where Bowman could possibly move around the secondary in multiple roles.
Bowman caught 54 passes for 824 yards and 17 TD's in 2019, when he added 55 tackles, two tackles for loss, one sacks, two forced fumbles, and three interceptions, which he returned for touchdowns (he also returned a punt for a score). Bowman's overall athletic profile is aided further by his participation in basketball and track and field, where he ran several sub-11.00 100-meter times as a sophomore, long jumped almost 23 feet, and ran on Ryan's state-qualifying 4x100 relay squad. Like Sanders, Bowman is one of the best pure football players and athletes in the Lone Star State in this class.
Notice further down that LJ Johnson is #1 RB over Camar Wheaton as preferred by Mike Roach. Interesting.
Milroe has that "It" factor in spades, as in a Royal Flush. Pass was 48 yds. in the air to me.
Dematrious Davis looks even more like the real thing last year than the year before and he was spectacular that year
Milroe has such a quick release, very very impressive. Also he has a strong arm, the combination can be killer if he can be accurate and read defenses.
Of course I just described John Elway.
Who are our RB targets?
But Elway couldn't run very well.
But he was a great pitcher on the Stanford baseball team.
Johnson and Wheaton.
I remember Elway as an outstanding running QB. He ran for 3400 yards and 33 touchdowns in his career. In a sign of how the game has changed, was surprised to see he threw for 4000 yards only once in his entire career and in his first 10 years only threw 20 TDs once. His 10th year he had 10 TD and 17 picks. Crazy.
John Elway didn’t pitch for Stanford. He was an outfielder.
nice user name. surprised that was still available after all this time.
Actually, I joined in November 1999.
You , Sir, are correct. Slick was a pitcher, but I think I remember another team, had a QB as a Pitcher. I will have to attempt to reconnect my brain cells.
Here is an interesting article proving the John Elway could indeed run and mentioning some other NFL that were drafted by MLB.
When John Elway was drafted ahead of Tony Gwynn
And actually Elway did pitch, if only a little. I am glad not all of my brain cells are yet dead, just disorganized. Mike Aldrete and some guy named Steve Buechele were on that 1981 Stanford baseball team also.
1981 Stanford - The Baseball Cube
lol well, i hope you get a chance to post more than once per year for the next 20 years
There was once a QB who pitched his team to a National Championship by the name of Bobby Layne.