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Webb is saying the lead for Treadwell is shrinking because he may want to play in a spread offense.
Think he needs to get on campus to clear up any confusion between him and coaches.
Well I don't know much, but Treadwell in a spread offense makes absolutely no sense to me.
Does not shock me. His actions are speaking loudly right now.
“Those who stay will be champions”
― Bo Schembechler
Shane holds offers from Alabama and Georgia, fwiw.
Rivals Mike saying Michigan and Auburn will be in Greens' top-5, and he is not sure who the other 3 will be. He also believes Green will take his time.
If LT, DG and/or LM3 don't pan out it is a shame, but it is not the end of the world. It is still a great class and banking a couple slots for next year might work out great. Besides somewhere in Michigan, Penn, or Ohio is a late bloomer who will become a stud in his senior year that we'd like to have.
Still in the lead none the less. Get him on campus again for the home opener or against sparty and it will all be history
We have the most to offer him. He can play right away, close to home, and with one of the best qbs in the country throwing to him.
We are college football
Nobody ever said the decisions of 17-year-old kids are logical.
Agreed. But you now have 'other' coaches whispering in his ear to play in the spread, which is working against our pro-set offense. Why LT would waste his time in the spread is beyond me - especially when he can have SM throwing to him. Getting him on campus is not the answer. Hoke and staff need to explain why his skills are better matched to a pro-set offense, and the quickest path to the pros. Better get on this one quick, as the whirlwind tour through OK, OKS, FL, etc. may not be kind to us.
There's not much difference for a WR between pro style and spread. If we ran the triple option or single wing I would get where he's coming from.
This post was edited by Brady Hoke 21 months ago
Think yall are missing the point on LT, its not Pro set vs a typical spread. Its pro set vs Oklahoma state's throw like 80% that's probably got him thinking. As a WR OK st, wvu, and Washington states O's would be blast to play in
That's an odd comment from Webb. What is the timing of that comment. Treadwell just this week told a couple of analysts including Sam he want's to play in a pro offense. He's not sure about Michigan and a pro offense (odd as well since that's what Borges will do in '13) and want's to see what we do this fall (odd again since we'll still have a hybrid).
Now there is a pass oriented Spread that OKie State uses. They are on his list and that would make sense. I don't think he's looking at any other spreads.
Clearly, there are coaches and other recruits using the old FUD sales strategy. Hope it doesn't work since the FUD they are using isn't backed up by the facts.
This post was edited by Uncle Newt 21 months ago
This is spot on. LaQuon is infatuated with the Air-Raid type spread-offense that Oklahoma State and Oklahoma run. He does not want to play in a run oriented, read-option based spread offense like we run at this time.
This post was edited by MaizeBlue321726 21 months ago
I don't have a Scout membership.
This post was edited by Joester16 21 months ago
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