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Think you dont worry too much bout 2015 class yet, these kids havent even hit puberty yet. Let the kids fill out and grow into their bodies, Campbell can be the real deal or he could have just grown early compared to others.
Campbell played Varsity. He was playing against Seniors and Juniors in HS already. He lead his team to a state title.
He was a freshman playing against sophomores, juniors, and seniors. They won the state championship. He won the starting QB job against a lot of top talent. He will only get better starting on the state's best and top coached team over the next 3 years.
Combine his talent with three more years of top experience and coaching and what will you get?
This post has been edited 2 times, most recently by Uncle Newt 22 months ago
He was a freshman. I understand he played early, but what if he already peaked? Want to see if this kid can continue to grow in his sophomore year. I just think its insane to even think about offering kids before they can even get a license.
Yea, what if he decides to play basketball, or start to play soccer in the fall instead of football, or even pick up hockey....maybe he hasn't even peaked at those other sports yet
Also, he very well could grow out of the position and be better suited for basketball. He's already 6'3-ish, and his dad is something like 6'8", 200. Jayru needs to fill out a bit more and not just be a tall skinny dude. There are so many things that can change between now and 2015.
A 6'8 dual threat QB would be amazing to have. Tebow? Cam Newton anyone?
Stealing Sparty's recruits and owning them on the field since 1898
Have there been any 6'8" QB's?? I'm pretty sure Big Ben is not that tall...
Brock Osweiler from Arizona State was just picked in the second round by the Broncos in this year's NFL draft. He's 6'7
Chance Stewart picked up his first offer today - from Wisconsin.
UM QB David Cone was 6'7". Close. He got lost in that whole LC-RR transition.
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It's a bummer McDowell is camping at MSU and ND this week instead of at Michigan. Probably still lead for him, but there could have been a chance for a commitment
No worries. McDowell I do not worry about.
“Those who stay will be champions”
― Bo Schembechler
Glad that Drake Harris is attending, though. Wish he was solely focused on football.
I almost forgot about him after watching the s**tshow that was Nick Sheridan and Steven Threet. I still haven't forgiven RichRod for running off Ryan Mallet, especially after seeing Mallet's career at Arkansas. If we had brought Hoke in right then and given him Mallet to work with...hoo boy.
I can pretty much guarantee you that if he ends up 6'8" he won't be a dual threat anymore.
Did not happen.
Why not? The taller you are, the longer your strides are, and you can withstand the punishment of running the football better than someone who is 5-11.
ANYWAYS.. Do you guys think Jabrill Peppers is going to turn blue? I assume we are leading?
This post was edited by Rabid 22 months ago
Just imagine Lebron running the Offense from the shotgun.....absolutely scary
Too far off to tell, imo.
Well, when the game is on the line, he's always looking to pass, so that could've worked out for him.
Not true at all. Why do you think there are hardly any tall RBs out there.
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