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I am sure everyone here saw the Ferns tweet recently. I will leave it at that. What do you think our chances are with him? 80-20? I really liked his film.
I normally don't like guessing this far out but he wants to commit by this fall.
Anything over fifty percent is awsome and I think its 70 percent on him.
He likes psu, but his visit blew him away. So yeah I am pretty positive he is blue. And the kicker, the real selling point for him was his relationship with people who played for hoke!
This post has been edited 2 times, most recently by kylebennett7127 21 months ago
Come on drop some knowledge. Who's the connection?
his next tweet was one to PSU commit Adam Breneman (spelling?) so i don't think that means all that much...That being said I do think it is a two team race between us and them...He didn't seem wowed by ND, but you never know.
This post was edited by rman247 21 months ago
I believe a friend in the town he lives in played for Coach Hoke at Ball State and has raved about him.
Yup fursty, that is who I was referring to. Mr. Fe rns was raving about our staff before they stepped on campus. I'm pessimistic until a kid commits, but I feel very positive here. We are in great shape....but its not over yet
would love to snag another great LB outa ohio
He can't be that good if Urbs let him out of the fence.
I imagine if you go from 1-12 to 12-1 you have a pretty strong opinion.
Oh for sure not, Gedeon had a non-commitable offer and McCray will flip any min (just like Dymonte) but maybe Urbs will let us sneak in and take another LB that dun have sec speed
I know you're being sarcastic, but since you brought it up, I figured I'd mention it so everyone is on the same page.
There was no "slow-playing" or any "non-commitable offer" at any point on OSU's part IRT Gedeon. They liked him just as much as Anzalone and made a tremendous push to try and extend his process when it became clear he was getting close to committing to Michigan.
They wanted him. We got him. They'll hype up Mitchell as an SEC-style speed freak and a testament to Urban's national recruiting prowess...fact is they missed on Gedeon, missed on Jaylon Smith, let Courtney Love slip right through their fingers, botched the recruitments of Anzalone and McCray, and will now take Plan F at linebacker. And they're already out for Ferns in 2014. If they're lucky they'll be able to reel in Dante Booker, who should be a layup since he loves OSU.
Nice fence, Urban.
Nice write up EF. Love it
Nice Fence, Urban
Seems to me like Michigan has a slight edge over PSU for Ferns, with ND in third. IMO it's close enough that his visits during the season will be the final deciding factor.
PSU sees him as a TE, right?
Yes, though they're open to putting him a LB if need be (might depend on how he grows these next couple of years).
He is visiting Michigan two more times I believe, for the BBQ at the end of July and for a game.
very nice and yes i was being sarcastic on all points I did know they really wanted gedeon just like urbs wanted bolden last year
We are raiding the hell out of Ohio, and they are playing it off like nothing, but they will regret it.
Jimmy Byrne would be such a slap in their face, I hope it happens.... I think its safe to say Michigan lands another monster OL class and him picking Michigan over TUOS would be a nice "*(^% You" to Urbs and his Ohio approach
Clint Brewster @clintbrew247
2014 athlete Kiy Hester (Wayne, NJ) says latest offers come from Michigan and Miami. 9 offers total.
Looks like Scarbrough is picking Bama in a few weeks. I wonder what he has to say about us after the BBQ
2014 5* Bo Scarbrough sets announcement; four finalists- Alabama, Clemson, Florida, Georgia
Tremendous did an interview on Austin Roberts wr. Kid is coming to bbq
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