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What position do you see Mohamed Camara playing? The kid can lay the wood. Is he strictly a spur type or does he have the potential to grow into a LB?
He's the same size as Quin Smith (6-0, 206) and Reggie Bowens (6-2, 210) when they came out of HS. People need to remember that some of these kids will grow into LB's once they get on campus and into our training program.
Anyone else either committed or already on campus that you think has the potential to grow into the position?
You can't see! I can't see! All that matters is can the f*&%ing horse see! That's a raid!
5 in a row
Are you hearing anything as to where the coaches will turn as far as LB recruiting?
What is your opinion on Ace Sanders and the possibility that he will go pro?
i saw a kid at practice yesterday by the name of ashton holmes, what can you tell me about him. he looks like a smaller version of melvin ingram
Do you think our facilities and on field success compliment our current recruiting?
Is there any way that Steve Spurrier names Ward the Coach in waiting? Seems that the stability of the defensive side of the ball would be appealing to recruits.
Back to back double digit win seasons, major upgrades in facilities, and having players like clowney would make you think that kids would want to come play for Carolina. What's going on this year with recruiting? It just seems to me that getting some of these kids that we go after should be a little bit easier with all of the positives of the last three years.
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