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Discussion in 'DVU' started by Aitch, Feb 15, 2017.
Wasn't trying to call you out or anything. Appreciate you bringing it here, even if he was misled.
Pickens a Tiger lock?
4 star WR
This is a lock
Looks like OSU offered yesterday and UGA just earlier today. This kid's ranking is about to shoot up.
White guy from AZ, didn't see that coming.
I'm guessing he will be our next whitey?
This honkey is fast as shit:
lotta whites on that field
Dude looks fast as shit to me, regardless of the competition. Smooth acceleration, too. Lots of glide to his game.
Looks like he's from Scottsdale, so he likely won't need the bitcoin from Newspring.
Don't put out the fucking list now
Bet Howell and Jaylon Scott are on the commit list soon.
Like the Howell take. Don't know anything about Scott.
Scott is pretty good imo. I like his hudl highlights.
Kendall Joseph/Jamie Skalski type of build and skills.
Good chance he's mormon too so he's already well taken care of. Just have to hope he's willing to come to the Southeast to play big boy football.
He's from Scottsdale, not Mesa/Gilbert.
He's also a Smith with blonde hair. I get what you are saying though, spent a few years growing up in Gilbert, land of the mormon lol
He's looking forward to meeting Dabo this weekend, and Dabo can't wait to take him to Newspring hahaha.
Schools from coast to coast continue to target running back Quavaris Crouch.
Crouch, a five-star prospect and No. 1 2019 prospect in North Carolina according to the industry-generated 247Sports Composite, visited Tennessee for the first time last weekend.
"It was a good experience meeting the coaching staff and players," said the 6-foot-2, 224-pound Crouch. "They're all good people and nice. Knoxville has a good environment and a is college town. I like everything about it. But I'd say my favorite part was being with the players because I got to learn what its like for them there.
"I spent a good amount of time with the coaches. We just bonded and I asked questions. I spent the most time with (running backs) coach (Robert) Gillespie. He was just telling me I fit the school. He's a cool person and he knows a lot about the position. I'm looking forward to talking to him a lot more and developing a relationship with him.
"I also sat down with coach (Jeremy) Pruitt one-on-one, which meant a lot. It's always good to talk to the head coach because he runs everything. He's a good person and made me feel comfortable. I've talked to him before when he was at Alabama, so we already knew each other. It was good catching up. He told me they're building something at Tennessee and they want me to help them do it. He said he has a plan and that he was going to recruit me hard. I think they're a program on the rise and I'll probably visit again."
LSU offered last night.
"The offer from LSU means a lot," Crouch said. "They've had some great bigger running backs through the years and that stands out. That's the type of back I am -- physical, downhill, strong and fast. Leonard Fournette, one of my favorite running backs, came from that school.
"I spoke with (running backs) coach (Tommie) Robinson and coach (Ed) Orgeron on the phone. They both told they're going to make it hard for me not to come to LSU. They said they're going to recruit me hard. I talked to coach Robinson most. He's definitely smart and talked about what he wanted to teach me.
"I just like how they run the ball. I also feel like they can help me get where I want to as a player, and I can also help them. I believe it fit well in their offense. I think that's a place I'll visit during the spring. I want to meet all the coaches and get more familiar with everything."
Crouch will head to Clemson Saturday for junior day.
"I just want to talk to the coaches and see how they feel about me coming to their school," Crouch said. "I'd say I talk to (tight ends) coach (Danny) Pearman most. He's always upfront with me. He tells me the truth and isn't going to sugarcoat anything. He's got my best interest at heart.
"I've never had chance to talk with coach (Dabo) Swinney one-on-one, so I'm really looking forward to that. The coaches have already told me that's going to happen. I want to get to know him, ask he how I'd fit in, and what would be their plan for me.
"Academics is obviously also important to me, so I want to see the campus, and learn more about the school. I've heard it's a good school, so I'm ready to see the academic side."
At least Pearman doesn't lie to him, so we have that going for us.
I would like to see Mr. Crouch take a visit to Georgia soon.
Honestly, how many fucking running backs do you need?
UGA has had great success buying...I mean...recruiting RBs from North Carolina.
Cook isn’t really a RB. We use them 3-4 at a time
Going full house Wishbone or full house Split Tee?