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WR out of Ky that Joker has been recruiting?
Yep. 4* on 247 and ESPN.
Kid looks good on tape.But heard he is not that good in person will see.
Sounds like we're moving on from Clark.
We must really want another receiver.
Ya I think so too. We got our guy that we wanted though in D Rob so I cant complain. I would take D Rob and a player like Timmons or Kermit over just getting Clark. This receiver class has a chance to be special with the ratings and depth. Star guys like Fulwood, D Rob, Alvin Bailey, and then huge potential guys like Hawkins, Thompson, and whoever else we add at receiver.
As I've said, looking at the depth chart, there's no reason Florida shouldn't take a sixth. You need a major pool of players to pull from, because you absolutely need a freshman or two to play right away.
Even if all of those guys contribute, you HAVE to have at least one more contribute. Two is a pretty darn sure thing, too.
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I don't think we are moving on from Clark, but I do think we are putting some pressure on him to decide. Once UF offered, he caught the attention of a number of schools, and it looks like he wants tomplay the game for a bit. Maybe we just want to be clear with him that the train is leaving the station, and he needs to decide soon. Regardless, it looks like we have a couple of plan B guys lined up now.
I think we're looking to add one more in order to add another playmaker and a KO/PR guy. I like this offer.
I don't know if Joker Phillips evaluated and recruited Randall Cobb ... but if he did, I'm giving him the benefit of the doubt until he accrues at least six Stephen Allis.
Thomas, of the guys we have right now at WR in this class, who do you think those 2 will be? I'm going with Robinson and Fulwood.
JMO! But Hawkins will be a very good player.
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out of the 3 who has the most potential at receiver clark, whitfield, or Timmons?
Robinson's the only one I'd bank on at the moment, but keep in mind I haven't seen Fulwood play at all and I've only seen Hawkins play at Friday Night Lights.
To me, in terms of immediate impact in 2013 it's like this:
Tier 2 (in order)
Alvin Bailey (taking into account special teams ability)
I think fulwood will be our best receiver I think he is faster then people give him credit for JMO both will be excellent receivers.
I actually like Timmons. Kinda reminds me of Rainey in the fact that he is capable of being a capable WR and RB. I wouldn't mind landing any one of them. I wonder if Timmons is going to visit or if it is too late.
His tape is bad azz.
Anyone got the tape.
For real, he makes dudes on the other team look bad.
Ya me too, but he is a little more raw then the other two big receivers in this class. I also meant in terms of rating, but Hawkins is a team guy that can block pretty good already and is looking like a guy who can be 6'2 220+ he could be a handful for some SEC corners to cover.
Looks like Randy Sanders was Cobb's main recruiter, but I'm sure Joker had a hand in it.
I don't think Coach Muschamp wants to have another year where the wide receivers depth is as poor as this past year. Winning 11 games with a weak passing game is hard to do.
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Crap, Florida has to try to fend off Bob Stoops?
He's making a joke about that (I think Verizon) commercial.
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