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His dad will be coaching in Buffalo next year, so Tyrone Jr. and Terius will be at Canisius HS in Buffalo next season. This is good because it's like four hours less of driving to go watch them. Watching him live is my #1 priority this season and I may try to take a drive out there even sooner.
Sounds good Steve.
"Those Who Stay...Will be Champions"
I hear Canisius and all I can think about is Beilein coaching him on his jump shot.
Go Blue & Gig Em'!
Good stuff. I'm hoping Wheatley and Runyan can build up a legacy-filled 2015 class.
and Woodley and Thompson!!
What's the early read on Terius? Could he be Tyrone 2.0?
Ty was an absolute physical specimen in HS. I highly doubt it.
i'm fine with thompson, but i don't think woodley ever gets offered. he's a long way down the list (or at least he seems to be) for CB in the 2015 class. i'd take marshall, fitzpatrick, crawford, whitehead, and many others over him. not that he won't be a decent player. just not the level of recruit michigan's getting. probably similar in talent to embry, or a few other michigan high schoolers that will probably end up without wolverine offers and at msu or elsewhere
In other news, Wheatley's 247 national ranking exactly matches his composite national ranking. What are the chances?
Edit: Duh, it is because 247 is the only service to rank him. I should have seen that. However, if that is the case it does not explain why his 247 percentage is 0.90 and his composite percentage is 0.9028.
This post was edited by GoBlueLaw 10 months ago
DatBull 4 Lyfe
So excited to see him go Maize and Blue one day.
“Those who stay will be champions”
― Bo Schembechler
The 247 ranking element of the composite assigns a point value to each rank - I forget exactly what the increment is, but it's like the #1 player gets a value of 1.0000, the #2 gets a value of .9996, #3 gets .9992, etc. etc.
The 247 rating (in this case, Wheatley's 90) only factors in insofar as it determines a recruit's rankings, which then translates to the point value which is then utilized in the 247 composite.
Do you get reimbursed for gas/lodging costs??
I would like to see 247 show how many points each recruit contributes to their total for each team. For instance, Michigan has like 214 total points for the current class, I wanna see how many points Moe Ways accounts for that amount, or the grey shirt kid.
Moe Ways currently contributes 9.1 points to the total, while Pallante contributes 5.02 points.
How much does Hand contribute since he's a UM ?
Currently 0. If he were to commit, Hand would be the best prospect in your class, so he'd contribute 29.96 points.
Oh, and with Hand on board, then with only 13 commits, Ways would contribute 8.0 points, and Pallante would contribute 4.35.
This post was edited by psubills62 10 months ago
Don't be mad cause UCLA is LB-U now... what was that guy thinking
Haha, no worries here at all. It's just another school trying to claim it that can't back it up like Penn State can.
I didn't know that you guys owned that term and nobody else can use it. What a smart thing to do. Ya that dude should be sued over it and then he can sit down. I can't even name one great UCLA LB other than "the Boz" and I'm not even sure if he played there. And if he did, I'm still not counting him due to his insane bust. Jus
If you are talking about Brian Bosworth, he went to Oklahoma.
I have literally never heard or seen 1 person from anywhere claim UCLA as LBU, at any point in time. That coach is an idiot. False advertising!
ya that idiot....so I am correct in saying that I can't think of one great UCLA LB....UCLA coach is a joke
Ken Norton Jr. is the only UCLA LB that comes to mind that did anything in the NFL. I think they have 3 total LB PRO bowlers ever.
Akeem Ayers was pretty good as a 2nd year player last year for the Titans..
Steve doesn't need lodging expenses, he just heads down to a local bar, finds a hottie and bangs for roof.
Thats awesome that you can pull these numbers out of thin air
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