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On 2/3/2020 at 11:51 AM, Tex Pete said:

IMO, normally those guys have peaked too soon. Mack Brown specials.

That kid looks like he has got a lot of room to add muscle to that frame just judging off of twitter pictures. Obviously I haven't seen the kid in person but he does not look like a kid who screams "college ready" besides the fact that he's 6'6. Haven't watched hudl film but he has a few highlights without pads on his twitter profile and looks like an athletic kid with room to grow. Gotta give some credit to Jimbo for getting some of these highly ranked OOS guys. I think it helps us Tbh at least in the short term. It will be interesting to see how often Tom and Jimbo go OOS in these next couple of classes since we went heavy OOS in 2019 and they went heavy in-state and then it basically flip-flopped in 2020. All we gotta do is win. 

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37 minutes ago, Longhornfrenzy said:

Way-too-early predictions: Who will end up in A&M's 2021 class?

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Texas A&M is officially done with the class of 2020 after signing a pair of players on Wednesday. Now, the attention has completely turned toward the class of 2021.

Though it is still a year away from their signing day, the picture is already a bit clear on who the Aggies have the best chance with.

Based on all the intel at the moment, this is our best guess as to how the class could end up finishing.

Keep in mind, though, that there are always players that end up in the class that were not even on the radar at this point in their careers.

This will almost assuredly not be the exact 25 that sign with A&M come December and February, but it is at least a picture of what the class should look like.

QUARTERBACK

Eli Stowers, Denton Guyer (A&M commit): The ultra-athletic four-star prospect is already committed to A&M. The 6-foot-4, 215-pound dual-threat is still being pursued by other schools with Auburn offering just last week. However, he is solid to the Aggies.

RUNNING BACK

Earnest Crownover, Kilgore J.C. (A&M commit): Crownover is already an A&M commit and will technically be on campus once school starts in August. However, due to the ‘blueshirt’ rule, the 6-foot-1, 220-pounder will count toward the 25-man limit in the 2021 class.

LJ Johnson, Cy-Fair: The national top-100 back is a player that Jimbo Fisher has personally been recruiting quite a bit. At 5-foot-10, 205-pounds, he fits the offense really well in that he is both big and fast. Stanford and Texas will be players here as well, but A&M is in good shape.

Audric Estime, Montvale (N.J.) St. Joseph Regional: Not counting Crownover, the Aggies want to take two backs in the class. Estime is being recruited by Elijah Robinson and the 6-foot-1.5, 210-pound big back plans to visit this spring. This spot honestly could go to a number of players, though.

WIDE RECEIVER

Shadrach Banks, North Shore (A&M commit): A&M absolute loves the 6-foot-1 210-pound junior and there’s a reason he was the first commit in the class for the Aggies. He has grown up a big fan of A&M and people around North Shore say the national top-100 prospect is locked into his pledge. He can play inside or outside.

Ketron Jackson, Royse City: This second wide receiver spot could honestly go to anybody, including someone who isn’t even on the radar yet. But the 6-foot-1, 175-pound speedy four-star prospect was in College Station for the Super Bowl this past weekend and seems as good a bet as anyone at this point.

TIGHT END

Dametrious Crownover, Grandview: A&M is recruiting the 6-foot-6, 235-pound four-star prospect as an athlete. The Aggies think he can play either tight end or defensive end and just want to get him on campus and sort it out later. However, most of his offers are at tight end. His older brother will be on the team beginning in August and, even before Earnest committed, Dametrious was high on the Aggies.

Elijah Arroyo, Frisco Independence: Arroyo is the lone other in-state tight end to have been offered by A&M so far. The 6-foot-4, 210-pounder has seen some big offers come in as of late after he became a key receiver in one of the top passing offenses in the state. He is currently ranked as a three-star but it would not be a shock to see his rating go up by every service. There are a number of players who could end up filling this second tight end spot, but Arroyo is a good guess at the moment.

OFFENSIVE LINE

Trey Zuhn, Fort Collins (Colo.) Fossil Ridge (A&M commit): The 6-foot-6, 300-pound junior committed to A&M this past weekend, choosing the Aggies over his other two finalists – Ohio State and Oklahoma. He is a big kid already and moves well. The four-star is a pure tackle in a class where the Aggies badly need several of them.

Reuben Fatheree, Richmond Foster: The 6-foot-7, 315-pound tackle has been a target of A&M’s since early in his freshman year. Also a standout basketball player, he would like to play both sports in college. Fatheree has been to A&M as much as any other school and really likes both the football and basketball staffs. Baylor and LSU are the biggest threats at the moment.

Bryce Foster, Katy Taylor: The Aggies’ top target at guard, the national top-100 prospect is strong as an ox and already a very polished blocker. Foster comes from an Aggie family and is high on A&M. He plans to take his official visits, but there’s a good chance he ends up in Maroon and White.

Jaeden Roberts, North Shore: The 6-foot-4.5, 330-pound Roberts recently visited Alabama and did not include the Aggies in his top three after. However, A&M has been on him a long time and he will be back to Aggieland this spring and summer multiple times. He also has a teammate in Banks committed to A&M. This one is more up in the air than others, but he’s as likely as any other player to fill this spot.

Javonne Shepherd, Butler (Kan.) C.C.: A big A&M target out of high school in the class of 2018, Shepherd signed with Texas. He transferred after one semester and wanted to make it to Aggieland. However, he had to go the junior college route. He still plans on playing for A&M and could be able to get out as soon as December of 2020. With a decent spring and beginning to his season, there’s a good chance he gets his wish and becomes an Aggie. He would have three years of eligibility remaining.

DEFENSIVE END

Landon Jackson, Texarkana Pleasant Grove: The 6-foot-6, 240-pound five-star is the son of a former A&M walkon basketball player and has been to Aggieland a ton as a recruit. A&M was also the first school to offer him as a freshman. He is a huge priority for the Aggies. While Texas is making a run, I believe he ends up in College Station. He is set to officially visit the weekend of the spring game.

Marcus Burris, Texarkana Pleasant Grove: A teammate of Jackson’s, Burris is a national top-100 prospect in his own right. If you are taking bets on who could be the next Aggie pledge, the 6-foot-4, 265-pound defender would have good odds. The talk around Texarkana is that he is likely to end up at A&M.

Jordon Thomas, Port Arthur Memorial: It will be interesting to see how hard the Aggies push for the 6-foot-3, 240-pound defensive end prospect. Thomas was injured in the first game of the season and missed his entire junior year. However, he has the tools to be an elite pass rusher and the four-star prospect currently has A&M on top.

Tunmise Adeleye, Bradenton (Fla.) IMG Academy: After transferring from Katy Tompkins to IMG last month, the five-star prospect has even more schools after him. He visited Florida this past weekend and the Gators are very much in the mix now. The 6-foot-3, 260-pound defender has A&M, Alabama and Ohio State as his top three, though, and a strong season by the Aggies will go a long way toward landing him.

DEFENSIVE TACKLE

Tywone Malone, Oradell (N.J.) Bergen Catholic: The nation’s No. 38 overall prospect, Malone is going to be a tough pull out of Big Ten and Notre Dame territory. However, A&M went into New Jersey for a pair of top defensive linemen this past class. The 6-foot-3.5, 300-pound Malone is very interested in A&M and has already made his way to campus once. He will return on an official.

Victory Vaka, Westlake, Calif.: The 6-foot-3, 315-pound four-star prospect has yet to visit A&M but continually includes the Aggies in his top group of schools. He has grown close to the A&M coaching staff. He is going to officially visit at some point and the Aggies will have the chance to win him over even more. Some of the defensive end targets are already big, so one of them could potentially end up as a tackle as well and fill this spot.

LINEBACKER

Kenneth Phillips III, Fort Bend Bush (A&M commit): The 5-foot-11.5, 205-pound defender committed to A&M this past summer, not long after picking up an offer from camp. He was part of the class of 2020 but tore three ligaments in his knee late in his senior season. Since he won’t be able to play this coming season, the Aggies are grayshirting him and bringing him to campus in January 2021 so he can count toward the 2021 class.

Terrence Lewis, Hollywood (Fla.) Chaminade-Madonna: The 6-foot-1, 200-pound five-star prospect is a major A&M target. He made it to campus over the summer for the recruiting barbecue and has the Aggies in his top three with Florida and Nebraska. It will be a battle, but having good friend Donell Harris on campus will help.

CORNERBACK

Tony Grimes, Virginia Beach (Va.) Princess Anne: The nation’s top cornerback, the five-star prospect has spent close to a week in Aggieland each of the past two summers. He is returning in April for another unofficial visit. Grimes plans to make his decision on Dec. 1 and will officially visit A&M in the fall, potentially the weekend before that. The Aggies are in as good a shape as anybody and he just needs to gel with TJ Rushing as well as he did with Maurice Linguist.

Deuce Harmon, Denton Guyer: The 5-foot-9, 180-pound defender is very physical for his size, but also has really good speed, as evidenced by his film as a returner. Currently a high three-star, Harmon is a candidate to see his ranking go up by all the services. A&M really likes him and the feeling is mutual. With his teammate Stowers already committed, it would not be a shock if Harmon were next.

Ishmael Ibraheem, Dallas Kimball: Still relatively new to the football, the 6-foot-1, 175-pound defender has found himself pursued by pretty much every top school in the country. Ibraheem has speed and size and, once he puts everything together, has as high a ceiling as any member of the class. He, too, was a big fan of Linguist but Rushing should be able to make an impression.

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Kamren Kinchens, Miami (Fla.) Northwestern: A teammate of Lewis’ until the five-star linebacker transferred last month, Kinchens is still close to him. The duo will likely make an unofficial visit together to A&M this spring. The 5-foot-10, 175-pound defender has heard good things about Aggieland from both Harris and Lewis. His school principal is also the father of Aggie analyst Ishmael Aristide.

So they are going to sign mostly all 5 and 4 *'s?  Yeah right.

Looks like the main head-to-head battles with them going off this will be LJ, Jackson, Burris, Ibraheem, Foster, Arroyo, and Thomas.  Anybody want to guess who gets who??

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A&M has at least been in contact with this kid from Penn State. He is a former walkon that was awarded a scholarship this past season. He served as a backup. He wants to go somewhere where he has a better shot at playing this coming year for his final season of eligibility, though.

A&M is full with the 25-man limit for initial counters, so it would have to be as a walk-on. Whether he would be willing to do that, I don't know. But it at least shows that A&M is looking in the portal.

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22 minutes ago, hornsup10 said:

That kid looks like he has got a lot of room to add muscle to that frame just judging off of twitter pictures. Obviously I haven't seen the kid in person but he does not look like a kid who screams "college ready" besides the fact that he's 6'6.

I don't mean this kid in particular. I have never seen him, and I don't give the slightest fuck about any out of state kid who's going to aggy. I just mean any OL/DL that looks college ready before his junior year in HS has probably peaked physically.

Kendell Jones as a freshman in HS probably had the most freakish body (no creepy) I have ever seen on a HS kid. He was "over the hill" before his HS SR season.

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2 hours ago, Spider2YBanana said:

I can definitely see that as well. We just know he ain't going to aggy. 

I didn’t think they had any kid of shot for Jackson this time last year, so I’m not ruling them out 

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3 hours ago, Goodman said:

Holy shit, dickmunching looch is on that ketch diet. He needs to get back to the yeyo diet because he obviously has not portion control. Reminds me of Cartman the weight gain 4000.

 

Looks like Kent Dorfman with chin pubes

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3 hours ago, Longhornfrenzy said:

Way-too-early predictions: Who will end up in A&M's 2021 class?

VIP ByBRIAN PERRONI 4 hours ago

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Texas A&M is officially done with the class of 2020 after signing a pair of players on Wednesday. Now, the attention has completely turned toward the class of 2021.

Though it is still a year away from their signing day, the picture is already a bit clear on who the Aggies have the best chance with.

Based on all the intel at the moment, this is our best guess as to how the class could end up finishing.

Keep in mind, though, that there are always players that end up in the class that were not even on the radar at this point in their careers.

This will almost assuredly not be the exact 25 that sign with A&M come December and February, but it is at least a picture of what the class should look like.

QUARTERBACK

Eli Stowers, Denton Guyer (A&M commit): The ultra-athletic four-star prospect is already committed to A&M. The 6-foot-4, 215-pound dual-threat is still being pursued by other schools with Auburn offering just last week. However, he is solid to the Aggies.

RUNNING BACK

Earnest Crownover, Kilgore J.C. (A&M commit): Crownover is already an A&M commit and will technically be on campus once school starts in August. However, due to the ‘blueshirt’ rule, the 6-foot-1, 220-pounder will count toward the 25-man limit in the 2021 class.

LJ Johnson, Cy-Fair: The national top-100 back is a player that Jimbo Fisher has personally been recruiting quite a bit. At 5-foot-10, 205-pounds, he fits the offense really well in that he is both big and fast. Stanford and Texas will be players here as well, but A&M is in good shape.

Audric Estime, Montvale (N.J.) St. Joseph Regional: Not counting Crownover, the Aggies want to take two backs in the class. Estime is being recruited by Elijah Robinson and the 6-foot-1.5, 210-pound big back plans to visit this spring. This spot honestly could go to a number of players, though.

WIDE RECEIVER

Shadrach Banks, North Shore (A&M commit): A&M absolute loves the 6-foot-1 210-pound junior and there’s a reason he was the first commit in the class for the Aggies. He has grown up a big fan of A&M and people around North Shore say the national top-100 prospect is locked into his pledge. He can play inside or outside.

Ketron Jackson, Royse City: This second wide receiver spot could honestly go to anybody, including someone who isn’t even on the radar yet. But the 6-foot-1, 175-pound speedy four-star prospect was in College Station for the Super Bowl this past weekend and seems as good a bet as anyone at this point.

TIGHT END

Dametrious Crownover, Grandview: A&M is recruiting the 6-foot-6, 235-pound four-star prospect as an athlete. The Aggies think he can play either tight end or defensive end and just want to get him on campus and sort it out later. However, most of his offers are at tight end. His older brother will be on the team beginning in August and, even before Earnest committed, Dametrious was high on the Aggies.

Elijah Arroyo, Frisco Independence: Arroyo is the lone other in-state tight end to have been offered by A&M so far. The 6-foot-4, 210-pounder has seen some big offers come in as of late after he became a key receiver in one of the top passing offenses in the state. He is currently ranked as a three-star but it would not be a shock to see his rating go up by every service. There are a number of players who could end up filling this second tight end spot, but Arroyo is a good guess at the moment.

OFFENSIVE LINE

Trey Zuhn, Fort Collins (Colo.) Fossil Ridge (A&M commit): The 6-foot-6, 300-pound junior committed to A&M this past weekend, choosing the Aggies over his other two finalists – Ohio State and Oklahoma. He is a big kid already and moves well. The four-star is a pure tackle in a class where the Aggies badly need several of them.

Reuben Fatheree, Richmond Foster: The 6-foot-7, 315-pound tackle has been a target of A&M’s since early in his freshman year. Also a standout basketball player, he would like to play both sports in college. Fatheree has been to A&M as much as any other school and really likes both the football and basketball staffs. Baylor and LSU are the biggest threats at the moment.

Bryce Foster, Katy Taylor: The Aggies’ top target at guard, the national top-100 prospect is strong as an ox and already a very polished blocker. Foster comes from an Aggie family and is high on A&M. He plans to take his official visits, but there’s a good chance he ends up in Maroon and White.

Jaeden Roberts, North Shore: The 6-foot-4.5, 330-pound Roberts recently visited Alabama and did not include the Aggies in his top three after. However, A&M has been on him a long time and he will be back to Aggieland this spring and summer multiple times. He also has a teammate in Banks committed to A&M. This one is more up in the air than others, but he’s as likely as any other player to fill this spot.

Javonne Shepherd, Butler (Kan.) C.C.: A big A&M target out of high school in the class of 2018, Shepherd signed with Texas. He transferred after one semester and wanted to make it to Aggieland. However, he had to go the junior college route. He still plans on playing for A&M and could be able to get out as soon as December of 2020. With a decent spring and beginning to his season, there’s a good chance he gets his wish and becomes an Aggie. He would have three years of eligibility remaining.

DEFENSIVE END

Landon Jackson, Texarkana Pleasant Grove: The 6-foot-6, 240-pound five-star is the son of a former A&M walkon basketball player and has been to Aggieland a ton as a recruit. A&M was also the first school to offer him as a freshman. He is a huge priority for the Aggies. While Texas is making a run, I believe he ends up in College Station. He is set to officially visit the weekend of the spring game.

Marcus Burris, Texarkana Pleasant Grove: A teammate of Jackson’s, Burris is a national top-100 prospect in his own right. If you are taking bets on who could be the next Aggie pledge, the 6-foot-4, 265-pound defender would have good odds. The talk around Texarkana is that he is likely to end up at A&M.

Jordon Thomas, Port Arthur Memorial: It will be interesting to see how hard the Aggies push for the 6-foot-3, 240-pound defensive end prospect. Thomas was injured in the first game of the season and missed his entire junior year. However, he has the tools to be an elite pass rusher and the four-star prospect currently has A&M on top.

Tunmise Adeleye, Bradenton (Fla.) IMG Academy: After transferring from Katy Tompkins to IMG last month, the five-star prospect has even more schools after him. He visited Florida this past weekend and the Gators are very much in the mix now. The 6-foot-3, 260-pound defender has A&M, Alabama and Ohio State as his top three, though, and a strong season by the Aggies will go a long way toward landing him.

DEFENSIVE TACKLE

Tywone Malone, Oradell (N.J.) Bergen Catholic: The nation’s No. 38 overall prospect, Malone is going to be a tough pull out of Big Ten and Notre Dame territory. However, A&M went into New Jersey for a pair of top defensive linemen this past class. The 6-foot-3.5, 300-pound Malone is very interested in A&M and has already made his way to campus once. He will return on an official.

Victory Vaka, Westlake, Calif.: The 6-foot-3, 315-pound four-star prospect has yet to visit A&M but continually includes the Aggies in his top group of schools. He has grown close to the A&M coaching staff. He is going to officially visit at some point and the Aggies will have the chance to win him over even more. Some of the defensive end targets are already big, so one of them could potentially end up as a tackle as well and fill this spot.

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Kenneth Phillips III, Fort Bend Bush (A&M commit): The 5-foot-11.5, 205-pound defender committed to A&M this past summer, not long after picking up an offer from camp. He was part of the class of 2020 but tore three ligaments in his knee late in his senior season. Since he won’t be able to play this coming season, the Aggies are grayshirting him and bringing him to campus in January 2021 so he can count toward the 2021 class.

Terrence Lewis, Hollywood (Fla.) Chaminade-Madonna: The 6-foot-1, 200-pound five-star prospect is a major A&M target. He made it to campus over the summer for the recruiting barbecue and has the Aggies in his top three with Florida and Nebraska. It will be a battle, but having good friend Donell Harris on campus will help.

CORNERBACK

Tony Grimes, Virginia Beach (Va.) Princess Anne: The nation’s top cornerback, the five-star prospect has spent close to a week in Aggieland each of the past two summers. He is returning in April for another unofficial visit. Grimes plans to make his decision on Dec. 1 and will officially visit A&M in the fall, potentially the weekend before that. The Aggies are in as good a shape as anybody and he just needs to gel with TJ Rushing as well as he did with Maurice Linguist.

Deuce Harmon, Denton Guyer: The 5-foot-9, 180-pound defender is very physical for his size, but also has really good speed, as evidenced by his film as a returner. Currently a high three-star, Harmon is a candidate to see his ranking go up by all the services. A&M really likes him and the feeling is mutual. With his teammate Stowers already committed, it would not be a shock if Harmon were next.

Ishmael Ibraheem, Dallas Kimball: Still relatively new to the football, the 6-foot-1, 175-pound defender has found himself pursued by pretty much every top school in the country. Ibraheem has speed and size and, once he puts everything together, has as high a ceiling as any member of the class. He, too, was a big fan of Linguist but Rushing should be able to make an impression.

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Kamren Kinchens, Miami (Fla.) Northwestern: A teammate of Lewis’ until the five-star linebacker transferred last month, Kinchens is still close to him. The duo will likely make an unofficial visit together to A&M this spring. The 5-foot-10, 175-pound defender has heard good things about Aggieland from both Harris and Lewis. His school principal is also the father of Aggie analyst Ishmael Aristide.

I've been told Terrence Lewis is all about the Gators at this point. Unless Aggy drops an obscene bag, which they probably will, he will wind up in Gainesville. Kinchens is tight with the Cane staff in Miami. Doubtful he leaves South Florida.

I'm eagerly anticipating watching this Aggy recruiting experiment in South Florida.

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3 hours ago, Viper said:

Interesting that Luicci thought Evans was a possible fit in 2019 but not Wheaton this year

Lol at Wheaton in College Station. That would certainly be fabulous. 

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55 minutes ago, TBGFL said:

I've been told Terrence Lewis is all about the Gators at this point. Unless Aggy drops an obscene bag, which they probably will, he will wind up in Gainesville. Kinchens is tight with the Cane staff in Miami. Doubtful he leaves South Florida.

I'm eagerly anticipating watching this Aggy recruiting experiment in South Florida.

As if Mullen won't match

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2 minutes ago, texifornia said:

As if Mullen won't match

True. He'll send Brewster to drop a bigger bag

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2 hours ago, Fud said:

I didn’t think they had any kid of shot for Jackson this time last year, so I’m not ruling them out 

Isn't Jackson the legacy? But yeah, they always seem to land someone we want out of the blue. 

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2 minutes ago, Spider2YBanana said:

Isn't Jackson the legacy? But yeah, they always seem to land someone we want out of the blue. 

He's talking about McKinley Jackson, DT from MS... Not Landon Jackson

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7 hours ago, Elmer_Fudd said:

So they are going to sign mostly all 5 and 4 *'s?  Yeah right.

Wait. You don’t think they’ll end up with 20% of their class as 5*’s, the next 20% as top 100 players, and fill out the remaining with top 250 national players?    Craig and bag hag gave their work cut out, for sure. 

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3 hours ago, squeegeedegg said:

He's talking about McKinley Jackson, DT from MS... Not Landon Jackson

Oh, gotcha. I never remember that dude. Another oos mercenary 

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30 minutes ago, texifornia said:

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No Perroni it's not a surprise.  All the OL in Texas know Henson is a scrub coach and the aggy OL is trash.  The best thing Foster could say about aggy was the food on CS.

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16 minutes ago, blacklab said:

All signs point to aggy, but he's going somewhere else.

Well, he really likes aggy but not enough to put them in his top 3.  Maybe they just need to show him more $$attention$$ or $$love$$.  

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2 hours ago, texifornia said:

Aw, alc got the banhammer

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That’s a shame. A straight up swap for Alc and Satya probably makes both boards...happier? Better? I’m not sure what the proper descriptor is but it would be a fun experiment. 
 

 I’d predict satya goes full native in under a week, but how all would acclimate here is a complete mystery. 

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Point made in Texas thread that he says Byrd and Brockermeyer favoring other schools as a favor to Elko his boy so a day grimes is Fong’d to another school Texas doesn’t have perceived momentum? Stretch?

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6 minutes ago, Dondrysdale1 said:

Point made in Texas thread that he says Byrd and Brockermeyer favoring other schools as a favor to Elko his boy so a day grimes is Fong’d to another school Texas doesn’t have perceived momentum? Stretch?

Seems significantly more likely that maybe Texas just doesn't lead for either of those guys

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On 2/7/2020 at 3:47 PM, TBGFL said:

I've been told Terrence Lewis is all about the Gators at this point. Unless Aggy drops an obscene bag, which they probably will, he will wind up in Gainesville. Kinchens is tight with the Cane staff in Miami. Doubtful he leaves South Florida.

I'm eagerly anticipating watching this Aggy recruiting experiment in South Florida.

Another tidbit on Terrence Lewis is that the reason he's at Chaminade is to clean up his act. He transferred from Miami Northwestern because he punched a female teacher. Basically he's the kind of low character kid a Jimbo Fisher or Dan Mullen would go after.

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Perroni on the Brocks (and Wheaton + Byrd) because apparently that's the theme of the day

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"The dad is so petty!" "I mean, would you let your kid play for tu?"

Also yikes papa Brock was 0-3 vs aggy? Fucking woof.

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I know Foster is considering UT, but I’m sure they’d be just heartbroken if his mother was actually able to put the full kibosh on it.  I’m certain she’d be called lame and petty, too. 

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1 hour ago, fattyflattie said:

I know Foster is considering UT, but I’m sure they’d be just heartbroken if his mother was actually able to put the full kibosh on it.  I’m certain she’d be called lame and petty, too. 

We would NEVER!

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14 hours ago, texifornia said:

Also yikes papa Brock was 0-3 vs aggy? Fucking woof.

I'm not saying they're wrong, I'm just saying I'm not trusting anything an aggy says regarding history and statistics.

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2 hours ago, Viper said:

I'm not saying they're wrong, I'm just saying I'm not trusting anything an aggy says regarding history and statistics.

Do you even aggy code bro??

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Colorado's coach bounced for Michigan State. aggy's powderpuff schedule just got even gentler and more soothing.

Edited by texifornia

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15 minutes ago, texifornia said:

Colorado's coach bounced for Michigan State. aggy's powderpuff schedule just got even gentler and more soothing.

Until they hire Mike Elko as coach?

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1 hour ago, closetojumping said:

Until they hire Mike Elko as coach?

Elko to A&M:

bastian schweinsteiger please GIF

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1 hour ago, texifornia said:

Colorado's coach bounced for Michigan State. aggy's powderpuff schedule just got even gentler and more soothing.

MSU got turned down a lot apparently. Fickell, Narduzzi, Saleh, and Campbell. There must be something about to come out that is going to level the program.

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3 minutes ago, HtownHorn said:

MSU got turned down a lot apparently. Fickell, Narduzzi, Saleh, and Campbell. There must be something about to come out that is going to level the program.

It's going to come out that East Lansing is a shit hole.

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5 minutes ago, HtownHorn said:

MSU got turned down a lot apparently. Fickell, Narduzzi, Saleh, and Campbell. There must be something about to come out that is going to level the program.

It isn't "about" to come out. The shit's already hit the fan. They've got:

An Athletic Dept. and school admin that's mired in a sex scandal

A novice AD (as a result of the adults in the room all getting fired)

A talent-poor roster in a brutal division

Following a legendary coach who took the program to heights it's going to really struggle to achieve again in the near-to-mid future

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It isn't "about" to come out. The shit's already hit the fan. They've got:
An Athletic Dept. and school admin that's mired in a sex scandal
A novice AD (as a result of the adults in the room all getting fired)
A talent-poor roster in a brutal division
Following a legendary coach who took the program to heights it's going to really struggle to achieve again in the near-to-mid future


And, it’s effing Michigan.

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52 minutes ago, CHEF RIBS W/ THE HAMM YALL said:

Last time they had back to back 10 win seasons was 1993-1994. About to come up on the 30 year mark shortly. 

They still allowed to claim those?

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That transition class is looking bad.  1 good year from Sternberger and only other contributors/starters are O'Neal (lulz) and Bobby Brown, who is usually sucking wind after 3 plays.

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