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Austin is not as good yet but he is still pretty damn good. When Brandon plays you will see why Bobby Allen was retained
Davonte Neal is down to three schools: Notre Dame, Arkansas, and North Carolina. From what I've read, it appears he is headed to Notre Dame. He announces his decision February 21st.
Unpossible. He just won the National Independence Championship.This guy is coming for him.
God never said it would turn out awesome for you or Gritscoon or that poor caterpillar with wasp babies.
So, one of the last guys we are considering in our class is Davonte Neal. The top athlete in this class and the #8 overall prospect. He's a Joe Adams kind of guy in kick off returns, and as a receiver, but he's willing to play corner too. Anyway, Neal had his signing day ceremony this morning on live TV at his old elementary school. They had a ceremony and had 600 kids waiting for him. He no showed. The principal sent the kids back to their classes and they were all crying. I'd still love to have him. He'd be a Starkville of a player for us. Of course, he's most likely going to Notre Dame, or Arizona, but we're also in his final four along with North Carolina. If we don't get Neal, McKale McKaye (6'6" receiver from Louisville with a 41" vertical) may be our last signee. McKaye is a 3* player in basketball and football (he wants to play both in college).
I think it has to be the whole leg and not just pieces.
Wait, I thought when we used to steal commitments from UTEP that was considered a bad thing?
Yeah, all the speed and agility, but without the drama.
Perusing the quotes following that ESPN article on McKay's signing and I saw this gem:bigbopper07Every National Champion in the BCS era had a freshman receiver on their roster. FACT.Wow. Now there's a fact for you. Teams won a BCS championship and also happened to have a freshman receiver somewhere on the roster. Jesus.
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