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Everyone knows about LF, Michel, Cook, Choice, Chubb, and Hurd. But no one is talking bout this cat, who may be better than them all (minus LF).
Don't know his interest in us but with LSU getting LF, Bama with Scarborough and likely Michel to Jorja, we can probably get our foot in the door. Plenty of options next year.
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I live in Bama and have seen this kid play twice and he's an absolute stud. He's got power, vision, 4.4 speed, already developed a jump cut, and got great hands coming out of the backfield. Reminds me of KT in some ways
He has offers from everyone
looks like he won't leave the state though
Wow, that was some impressive film. Never had watched that guy. Im with you Dundee kid could be betterthem them all. Wonder how his senior season will go.
Personally, I'd rank them (1-5):
going to assume Bama/AU will split him and Bo
LORD FORGIVE ME FOR THE GOON DADDY IS COMING OUT TONIGHT
WOW man, that dude is legit. I have never seen a back at 195, break tackles like that. He plays like a smaller AP. I would be ecstatic with that pickup, are we in on him?
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OK. I'm sold.
I could see that! but for me it is.
1. LF...special talent
2. Bo...Slightly below LF IMO
3. Thomas...smaller version of Lf and Bo
4. Hurd...just a step below Lf and Hurd but same kind of back
5. Cook...Solid al around playmaker with room to get better
6. Michel...Good and much like Cook, but I believe Michel is as good as he is gonna get now.
Way early predictions.
LF - LSU
Bo - UF
Thomas - Bama, if Bo flips too UF.but really have no clue.
Hurd - UF/OSU
Cook - Clumps
Michel - UGA
I like our chances with Hurd
Although I could see him being a home towner UT guy come NSD 2014
However, I just think we are going to show him he is a better fit for our style of offense over OSU and UT (spread teams)
and OSU will get Jonathan Haden (Joe's Brother) as their RB(s)
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LF - LSU
Bo and Rock - Bama
Michel - Jawja
Cook - Miami
Yearby - FSU
We'll battle tOSU for Hurd
Hopefully we can get 1 stud and pair him with a change of pace guy like Choice, the GHS kid, the Immokalee kid etc
Ton Ton Haden, remember how good he looked as a freshman...only negative is that he didn't get any bigger
YUP 5'8... that stinks
Yeah, remember the whole family, including Joe commenting that he could end up being the best athlete of all when he was in 8th grade. Looks like Joes lock on that might be safe.
We don't have one of those on the team right now...back with explosive speed. We need to cover the hole with a 2014 recruit.
How convenient for Bama that 2 top 10 backs just happen to be in their state this year.....Its like catching fish in a bucket.
What about elijah hood?
Gimme a bit. I'm about to check out his film.
Actually we do. Mack is every bit as fast and maybe faster. But he is a one cut runner so you don't see OT as often. Sadly he also continues to struggle mentally and has never been effective. But he has speed to burn.
Another one for Bama. He has visited them a bunch.
Hood is a huge, strong, power back. He's a bull.
Highlights of 2014 Charlotte Catholic (N.C.) RB/LB Elijah Hood from the first half of the 2012 season.
I just watched his film and to me this is what CWM is looking for. A power downhill running back that punishes defenders and breaks multiple tackles every time he touches the ball. DO WANT
Yes! I just watched his film he runs hard. I like this kid. I think he visited us a while back hope we can get in the race for him.
Bama can't get em all...
North carolina is loaded with playmakers next year with grier, hood and trevian thompson with darrel scott as change of pace back I think hood would be the ideal power back besides maybe LF he's just a beast
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