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DeLand OT Benjamin Knox didn't waste much time with the recruiting process, committing to the University of Florida Saturday following his first unofficial visit.
This post has been edited 2 times, most recently by SUGator51 14 months ago
Will wait for confirmation.
"Who was your source? Church mice in here....." - Coach Muschamp
Raining OLs today.
We loading on oline early if true
His film's actually really impressive. I had just never heard of him.
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Seems like a solid developmental prospect that won't scare off any big names. Solid pick up.
Heard from people in deland he is a decent prospect but kind of lazy so TIFWIW
I hope we're not taking developmental kids this early. If UF's taking you at this point, they really like you.
This. We need a 4+ OL class, but it is waaaaay too early for reaches.
I'm assuming they love him if they take him. Of course, there is a track record for taking a kid then cutting ties if he doesn't meet certain conditions.
If we're accepting them now, we think they're five stars. "Maybe the recruiting sites are following our rankings" - Will Muschamp
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Looms like he has a nasty streak that's for sure.
we will replace you if we find better or realize youre not that good......
tre bell? adams?
Poor evals. I think the coaches would admit that.
You start at the top of the board and work down. You don't just take anybody who's willing to commit. It's recruiting 101.
still means the same thing i said.....
At 265 I can't see them thinking he will have any type of early impact. I don't doubt that they like him a lot but he has a ton of good weight to gain and its hard to put on 40lbs solid lbs in a high school s&c program. He isn't a hoss like McDermott. Coaches probably see a ton of potential and 2 1/2 to 3 1/2 years to develop him. That's all I was trying to say.
DJ Humphries was light coming out of highschool too and played his freshman year
You don't take OL for early impact. You want them to develop in your S&C program as well as learn new techniques for 2-3 years if possible.
Mostly as a jumbo TE.
Also, DJ was one of the most polished tackles to come out of high school in a while, he just lacked some size.
I'm not bashing this kid at all, but he is no DJ....lets be honest
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