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You can't see! I can't see! All that matters is can the f*&%ing horse see! That's a raid!
NAF Atsugi, Japan.
Tony, what do you think the USC-CLEMSON line will be? Gamecocks by a point?
What are we gonna do with all the TEs were gonna have....Buster, Cunningham, Owens, Adams, and Rainey???.........
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Tony Presuming Jarrell Adams enrolls mid yr as expected will he occupy either one of the 12 cycle LOI and/or one of the (12) 25 enrollment slots?
If AJ were to consider returning .....and he considers his decrease in production this yr and it's possible affect on his draft slot VS the clear contributions to that decrease made by the QB, OL, receiving core and play calling, most of which he would again be partnered should he return.
If he should consider returning to regain his 2010 production thus potentially raising his draft standing ... when he measures and compares the two factors, do you think that comparison weights him MORE or LESS likely to return? And why?
This post has been edited 2 times, most recently by boness 3 years ago
Amounst the long shots in our remaining recruiting pool could you give you position on the one you think we have the best shot of pulling a stunner on and specifically what it is would be most responcible for his turn?
( ie. possible early PT opportunity, past or current success at a position such as reciever, DE or DB or unanticipated issues such as coach turnover, team struggles or other committments accepted by players at his position?)
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