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  1. Which QB Should Be The Starter

    Being an honest fan we have some spots we just aren't good at right now and this team will struggle some year 1, especially with the brutal road schedule. I think Martinez should start and get those first 3 should be win games under his belt. If he struggles too much we can throw in Gebbia and Bunch. Martinez will be a GREAT player here. I think you let him ride out the season and build up for next year when we take a bigger leap (not undefeated) season. He will be able to move the chains way more with his legs than the other two and and can get the ball out of his hands on the quick plays to our talented WRs. I think just an eye test you can see someone who is a clear cut #1 IMO going forward. He is built for this offense
  2. *** Official 2018 Spring Game Thread ***

    Martinez is SPECIAL. Don't sleep
  3. *** Official 2018 Spring Game Thread ***

    Martinez has that IT factor. Smooth runner. Arm is good enough to make plays. Poised and confident for a kid who is still supposed to be in high school
  4. *** Official 2018 Spring Game Thread ***

    #1 Recruiting priority for 2019 - Cornerback
  5. ***2019 Recruiting***

    I've always thought it was best to get the 500 mile radius kids early. I think this staff is doing a great job of that. Work on the 4* kids out of that region by constant contact and an official game visit. I have no issues where we are currently at. I also want to make the most important recruiting point for a Frost type team. He strictly runs a COLLEGE system. He will plug in kids that wouldn't always work out at Pro Style system, but can flourish here. He has a scheme driven approach to the game.
  6. Spring Game Rosters

    I see a few defensive guys on the White team that will make a name for themselves Saturday
  7. I was bored and wanted to take a closer look at in-state recruiting for P5 teams. Made a metric scale on composite ratings per player - also subtracted points if other D1 schools in your state and divided the total number by other P5 teams in your state. I understand some states are in a region where border states have been established or are 'hot beds'. Some P5 teams aren't quite as equal either. If you could only recruit in your state, what type of recruiting numbers are we looking at for P5 schools? (122.5) Georgia: Georgia, Georgia Tech (GAST, GSU) -10 5 (4) 4 (39) 3 (114) (90.3) Florida: Florida, Florida St, Miami (FIU, FAU, UCF, USF) -40 5 (4) 4 (47) 3 (146) (69.8) California: California, Stanford, UCLA, USC (FRSNO, SDSU, SJSU) -20 5 (4) 4 (41) 3 (152) (64) Maryland/D.C: Maryland (NAVY) -3 5 (0) 4 (11) 3 (34) (62) New Jersey: Rutgers 5 (0) 4 (7) 3 (41) (57) Ohio: Ohio St (AKRN, BG, CIN, KENT, MIAOH, OH, TOL) -35 5 (1) 4 (8) 3 (62) (51.4) Texas: Baylor, TCU, Texas, Texas A&M Texas Tech (HOU, NTEX, RICE, SMU, TEXST, UTEP, UTSA) -50 5 (2) 4 (43) 3 (172) (50) Missouri: Missouri 5 (0) 4 (8) 3 (26) (44.5) Alabama: Alabama, Auburn (UAB, SBAMA, TROY) -15 5 (2) 4 (11) 3 (59) (43.5) Tennessee: Tennessee, Vanderbilt (MEM, MTENN) -10 5 (0) 4 (20) 3 (37) (35) Louisiana: LSU (TUL, ULL, ULM) -10 5 (3) 4 (9) 3 (45) (32.5) Mississippi: Mississippi, Mississippi St (SMISS) -5 5 (1) 4 (12) 3 (28) (30) Michigan: Michigan, Michigan St (CMU, EMU, WMU) -12 5 (1) 4 (9) 3 (39) (24.5) Virginia: Virginia, Virginia Tech (ODU) -1 5 (1) 4 (9) 3 (17) (24) Arizona: Arizona, Arizona St 5 (0) 4 (5) 3 (33) (23.5) Illinois: Illinois, Northwestern (NIU) -8 5 (0) 4 (4) 3 (33) (23) Arkansas: Arkansas (ARKST) -5 5 (0) 4 (4) 3 (16) (22.5) Washington: Washington, Washington St 5 (0) 4 (3) 3 (36) (19) North Carolina: Duke, North Carolina, North Carolina St, Wake Forest (APPST, CHA, ECU) -15 5 (1) 4 (13) 3 (46) (14) Pennsylvania: Pittsburgh, Penn St (TEMPLE) -5 5 (0) 4 (1) 3 (30) (13) Kentucky: Kentucky, Louisville (WKU) -3 5 (0) 4 (5) 3 (14) (11) Indiana: Indiana, Notre Dame, Purdue (BALL) -3 5 (0) 4 (5) 3 (21) (11) West Virginia: West Virginia (MAR) -2 5 (1) 4 (1) 3 (4) (10.5) Iowa: Iowa, Iowa St 5 (0) 4 (3) 3 (9) (10) Oklahoma: Oklahoma, Oklahoma St (TULSA) -2 5 (0) 4 (3) 3 (13) (9.6) Utah: BYU, Utah, Utah St 5:star (0) 4:star (2) 3:star (23) (9.5) South Carolina: Clemson, South Carolina (CCU) -1 5:star (1) 4:star (1) 3:star (11) (9) Colorado: Colorado (AF, CSU) -6 5:star (0) 4:star (0) 3:star (15) (9) Minnesota: Minnesota 5:star (0) 4:star (2) 3:star (3) (9) Nebraska: Nebraska 5:star (0) 4:star (2) 3:star (3) (7.5) Oregon: Oregon, Oregon St 5:star (0) 4:star (2) 3:star (9) (7) New York: Syracuse (ARMY, BUFF) -2 5:star (0) 4:star (1) 3:star (6) (6.5) Kansas: Kansas, Kansas St 5:star (0) 4:star (2) 3:star (7) (5) Wisconsin: Wisconsin 5:star (0) 4:star (0) 3:star (5) (3) Massachusetts: Boston College (UMASS) -1 5:star (0) 4:star (0) 3:star (4)
  8. Tommie Frazier or Scott Frost

    Yup I agree. Coming off a 1,800 rushing season he was averaging 11 ypc and had 6 TDs through only 2 games before being suspended. Had over 200 rushing yards against Saban at Mich St
  9. Everything the light touches is our kingdom. A king's time as ruler rises and falls like the sun. One day, Scott, the sun will set on my time here, and will rise with you as the new king.
  10. 2018 Spring Game Visitors

    2019 Recruits RB Thomas Grayson, Oklahoma ATH Ty Robinson, Arizona SDE Mosai Newsom, Iowa APB/RB Jouvensly Bazile, Florida RB John Bivens, Ohio WR Marlyn Johnson, Pennsylvania OLB Spencer Lytle, California WR Kyle Ford, California WR Joshua Delgado, Florida (IMG)/California OT Michael Lynn, Colorado WR/CB Bryce Childress, Missouri CB Jaydon Hill, Alabama WR Marlyn Johnson, Pennslyvania OLB Michael Jansey, Illinois S Tyler Owens, Texas OLB Ge'mon Eaford, Florida ATH/WR Trustin Oliver, Colorado CB Tacorey Turner , Alabama 2020 Recruits RB Jaylan Knighton, Florida WR Bryce Gowdy, Florida WR Deajuan McDougle, Florida
  11. Who's Next?

    DE as of now
  12. TE Cameron Jurgens [Nebraska - Signed LOI]

    He's more of a traditional TE so it will be interesting to see how it all pans out. Kid is a great blocker which some others on the team may lack at in comparison
  13. LB Nick Henrich

    He is a stick as of now. In this 3-4 I think we want big DEs - he would have to play OLB
  14. Where Is It OK to Start Walk-Ons?

    I think it only matters when that walk-on doesn't seem to be performing and we are wondering why the scholly player is riding pine... Like when Dylan Utter kept getting worked
  15. LB Nick Henrich

    It is April...Still almost 10 months for kids to change their minds which will for sure happen all around the country, even if committed.
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