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corncraze    319

"He is open to all schools and is welcoming new scholarship offers. However, as things stand today, Alabama, Florida and Georgia are the three schools that have separated themselves from the pack."

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Caliborn72    137

He really liked his Georgia visit and I had been curiously watching ever since. Going to be interesting to see who USC goes after now and how it changes up recruiting.

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SUHperman    359

Farrell mentioned Nebraska as a possible landing spot if we can get him on a visit. Georgia, Florida and Alabama were the other 3 mentioned.

 

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Warrior10    1,933

We don't need a QB in 2018, remember. We have it all locked up for 2019

Under certain circumstances, aka Gunnell committing, some us thought that would warrant passing on a 2018 guy. Those circumstances have changed with Gunnell pledging to A&M. However, even with that there still seemed to be no indication at this time that we'd be taking a 2018 QB. There still isn't any indication we are taking one outside of a reporter recently naming us a darkhorse for a recently decomitted 5star QB, who we haven't offered.

 

Without Gunnell in the picture or with Corral in the picture or other unforseen circumstances perhaps the idea changes one way other another.

 

But I'm not sure your agenda on pushing your opinion against on an idea some posters had that is no longer relevant due to Gunnell's decision.

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StPaulHusker    5,082

 

We don't need a QB in 2018, remember. We have it all locked up for 2019

Under certain circumstances, aka Gunnell committing, some us thought that would warrant passing on a 2018 guy. Those circumstances have changed with Gunnell pledging to A&M. However, even with that there still seemed to be no indication at this time that we'd be taking a 2018 QB. There still isn't any indication we are taking one outside of a reporter recently naming us a darkhorse for a recently decomitted 5star QB, who we haven't offered.

 

Without Gunnell in the picture or with Corral in the picture or other unforseen circumstances perhaps the idea changes one way other another.

 

But I'm not sure your agenda on pushing your opinion against on an idea some posters had that is no longer relevant due to Gunnell's decision.

 

It's not really an agenda. The post was sarcasm towards our coaches not taking a QB every year. And I will beat that drum that they are making a mistake every year they don't.

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swmohusker    713

We don't need a QB in 2018, remember. We have it all locked up for 2019

We don't need just a QB, we need the right QB. We aren't taking one to just take one, but will take the right one if we can. Doesn't seem like it is too difficult of a concept to grasp.

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StPaulHusker    5,082

 

We don't need a QB in 2018, remember. We have it all locked up for 2019

We don't need just a QB, we need the right QB. We aren't taking one to just take one, but will take the right one if we can. Doesn't seem like it is too difficult of a concept to grasp.

 

This argument is so old. There are so many good QB's that the coaches didn't even offer. Had they recruited differently, they wouldn't be in a position to get "just" a QB

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We don't need a QB in 2018, remember. We have it all locked up for 2019

We don't need just a QB, we need the right QB. We aren't taking one to just take one, but will take the right one if we can. Doesn't seem like it is too difficult of a concept to grasp.

 

Exactly. Typically, I would be beating the drum that we need to take one every year.

 

The reason why we weren't taking a QB is because of the extremely small size of the class. If a really good QB for this system would have popped up and was wanting to commit, I'm positive the staff wouldn't have turned him away. But, they aren't going to use up a spot in this small class for a QB that probably wasn't going to be successful in this system.

 

Now, with departures and possibly more room in the class and if a QB like Corral were seriously interested, I'm sure they would try to get him.

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StPaulHusker    5,082

 

 

We don't need a QB in 2018, remember. We have it all locked up for 2019

We don't need just a QB, we need the right QB. We aren't taking one to just take one, but will take the right one if we can. Doesn't seem like it is too difficult of a concept to grasp.

 

Exactly. Typically, I would be beating the drum that we need to take one every year.

 

The reason why we weren't taking a QB is because of the extremely small size of the class. If a really good QB for this system would have popped up and was wanting to commit, I'm positive the staff wouldn't have turned him away. But, they aren't going to use up a spot in this small class for a QB that probably wasn't going to be successful in this system.

 

Now, with departures and possibly more room in the class and if a QB like Corral were seriously interested, I'm sure they would try to get him.

 

We are taking a kicker in this extremely small class. If there is room for a kicker, there is room for a good QB

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Mavric    10,395

I don't think it's really that small of a class. Right now we can sign 19. There is a decent chance it could be as many as 21.

 

A little smaller. But not that much.

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swmohusker    713

 

 

 

We don't need a QB in 2018, remember. We have it all locked up for 2019

We don't need just a QB, we need the right QB. We aren't taking one to just take one, but will take the right one if we can. Doesn't seem like it is too difficult of a concept to grasp.

 

Exactly. Typically, I would be beating the drum that we need to take one every year.

 

The reason why we weren't taking a QB is because of the extremely small size of the class. If a really good QB for this system would have popped up and was wanting to commit, I'm positive the staff wouldn't have turned him away. But, they aren't going to use up a spot in this small class for a QB that probably wasn't going to be successful in this system.

 

Now, with departures and possibly more room in the class and if a QB like Corral were seriously interested, I'm sure they would try to get him.

 

We are taking a kicker in this extremely small class. If there is room for a kicker, there is room for a good QB

 

We will not have a kicker next year, so that is a little bit different situation. We will have 4 QB's next year that the staff feels good about (3 if Lee is a stud this year). If you bring someone in that isn't as good a talent as what we already have on campus, then you dont take one. Especially, with one QB a RSfr and the other a TRfr.

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Warrior10    1,933

 

 

 

We don't need a QB in 2018, remember. We have it all locked up for 2019

Under certain circumstances, aka Gunnell committing, some us thought that would warrant passing on a 2018 guy. Those circumstances have changed with Gunnell pledging to A&M. However, even with that there still seemed to be no indication at this time that we'd be taking a 2018 QB. There still isn't any indication we are taking one outside of a reporter recently naming us a darkhorse for a recently decomitted 5star QB, who we haven't offered.

 

Without Gunnell in the picture or with Corral in the picture or other unforseen circumstances perhaps the idea changes one way other another.

 

But I'm not sure your agenda on pushing your opinion against on an idea some posters had that is no longer relevant due to Gunnell's decision.

It's not really an agenda. The post was sarcasm towards our coaches not taking a QB every year. And I will beat that drum that they are making a mistake every year they don't.
I can respect that opinion.

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Warrior10    1,933

I am thinking if we don't sign a QB we will be bringing in a walkon

Some think that's the hope with the Kearney Cath kid, but I'm not sure if that's true.

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StPaulHusker    5,082

 

I am thinking if we don't sign a QB we will be bringing in a walkon

Some think that's the hope with the Kearney Cath kid, but I'm not sure if that's true.

 

Wait. So we don't take a QB on scholarship "just" to take one but we hope we take a walk on?

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StPaulHusker    5,082

 

 

 

 

We don't need a QB in 2018, remember. We have it all locked up for 2019

We don't need just a QB, we need the right QB. We aren't taking one to just take one, but will take the right one if we can. Doesn't seem like it is too difficult of a concept to grasp.

 

Exactly. Typically, I would be beating the drum that we need to take one every year.

 

The reason why we weren't taking a QB is because of the extremely small size of the class. If a really good QB for this system would have popped up and was wanting to commit, I'm positive the staff wouldn't have turned him away. But, they aren't going to use up a spot in this small class for a QB that probably wasn't going to be successful in this system.

 

Now, with departures and possibly more room in the class and if a QB like Corral were seriously interested, I'm sure they would try to get him.

 

We are taking a kicker in this extremely small class. If there is room for a kicker, there is room for a good QB

 

We will not have a kicker next year, so that is a little bit different situation. We will have 4 QB's next year that the staff feels good about (3 if Lee is a stud this year). If you bring someone in that isn't as good a talent as what we already have on campus, then you dont take one. Especially, with one QB a RSfr and the other a TRfr.

 

Alabama has taken AT LEAST on QB every year since Saban became HC. That's all the proof I need that you don't skip that position.

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Nebfanatic    1,080

 

 

 

I am thinking if we don't sign a QB we will be bringing in a walkon

Some think that's the hope with the Kearney Cath kid, but I'm not sure if that's true.

Wait. So we don't take a QB on scholarship "just" to take one but we hope we take a walk on?
Yes? Big difference between giving a kid a scholarship just to take a QB and bringing in a walkon. Not saying we shouldn't sign a QB but I don't see how signing an average player is better than having a player of similar talent walk on.

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I am thinking if we don't sign a QB we will be bringing in a walkon

Some think that's the hope with the Kearney Cath kid, but I'm not sure if that's true.

 

Wait. So we don't take a QB on scholarship "just" to take one but we hope we take a walk on?

 

Come on. You understand the difference between a QB that takes up a limited scholarship spot and one that doesn't.

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StPaulHusker    5,082

 

 

 

I am thinking if we don't sign a QB we will be bringing in a walkon

Some think that's the hope with the Kearney Cath kid, but I'm not sure if that's true.

 

Wait. So we don't take a QB on scholarship "just" to take one but we hope we take a walk on?

 

Come on. You understand the difference between a QB that takes up a limited scholarship spot and one that doesn't.

 

As Mav has stated and I agree, we aren't THAT limited. And you guys act like we are going to go Bo Pelini and take a last minute kid from nowhere. There are still A LOT of very good QB's available. And they would fit the program.

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StPaulHusker    5,082

 

 

 

I am thinking if we don't sign a QB we will be bringing in a walkon

Some think that's the hope with the Kearney Cath kid, but I'm not sure if that's true.

Wait. So we don't take a QB on scholarship "just" to take one but we hope we take a walk on?
Yes? Big difference between giving a kid a scholarship just to take a QB and bringing in a walkon. Not saying we shouldn't sign a QB but I don't see how signing an average player is better than having a player of similar talent walk on.

 

If a kid is a walk on, he is not similar talent as a 3-4 star player.

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swmohusker    713

 

 

 

 

I am thinking if we don't sign a QB we will be bringing in a walkon

Some think that's the hope with the Kearney Cath kid, but I'm not sure if that's true.

Wait. So we don't take a QB on scholarship "just" to take one but we hope we take a walk on?
Yes? Big difference between giving a kid a scholarship just to take a QB and bringing in a walkon. Not saying we shouldn't sign a QB but I don't see how signing an average player is better than having a player of similar talent walk on.

 

If a kid is a walk on, he is not similar talent as a 3-4 star player.

 

He is actually a 3 star walk on.

 

https://n.rivals.com/content/prospects/2016/andrew-bunch-12759

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Nebfanatic    1,080

 

 

 

 

 

I am thinking if we don't sign a QB we will be bringing in a walkon

Some think that's the hope with the Kearney Cath kid, but I'm not sure if that's true.

Wait. So we don't take a QB on scholarship "just" to take one but we hope we take a walk on?
Yes? Big difference between giving a kid a scholarship just to take a QB and bringing in a walkon. Not saying we shouldn't sign a QB but I don't see how signing an average player is better than having a player of similar talent walk on.

If a kid is a walk on, he is not similar talent as a 3-4 star player.
That is debateable. Either way, I'm not against taking a QB whatsoever. I think we should pursue Corral. But I'm just saying if we don't sign a QB, I think we bring in a walk on.

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StPaulHusker    5,082

 

 

 

 

 

I am thinking if we don't sign a QB we will be bringing in a walkon

Some think that's the hope with the Kearney Cath kid, but I'm not sure if that's true.

Wait. So we don't take a QB on scholarship "just" to take one but we hope we take a walk on?
Yes? Big difference between giving a kid a scholarship just to take a QB and bringing in a walkon. Not saying we shouldn't sign a QB but I don't see how signing an average player is better than having a player of similar talent walk on.

 

If a kid is a walk on, he is not similar talent as a 3-4 star player.

 

He is actually a 3 star walk on.

 

https://n.rivals.com/content/prospects/2016/andrew-bunch-12759

 

That's not the kid from Kearney Catholic

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StPaulHusker    5,082

 

 

 

 

 

I am thinking if we don't sign a QB we will be bringing in a walkon

Some think that's the hope with the Kearney Cath kid, but I'm not sure if that's true.

Wait. So we don't take a QB on scholarship "just" to take one but we hope we take a walk on?
Yes? Big difference between giving a kid a scholarship just to take a QB and bringing in a walkon. Not saying we shouldn't sign a QB but I don't see how signing an average player is better than having a player of similar talent walk on.

If a kid is a walk on, he is not similar talent as a 3-4 star player.
That is debateable. Either way, I'm not against taking a QB whatsoever. I think we should pursue Corral. But I'm just saying if we don't sign a QB, I think we bring in a walk on.

 

It's not debatable

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I am thinking if we don't sign a QB we will be bringing in a walkon

Some think that's the hope with the Kearney Cath kid, but I'm not sure if that's true.

Wait. So we don't take a QB on scholarship "just" to take one but we hope we take a walk on?
Yes? Big difference between giving a kid a scholarship just to take a QB and bringing in a walkon. Not saying we shouldn't sign a QB but I don't see how signing an average player is better than having a player of similar talent walk on.

If a kid is a walk on, he is not similar talent as a 3-4 star player.
That is debateable. Either way, I'm not against taking a QB whatsoever. I think we should pursue Corral. But I'm just saying if we don't sign a QB, I think we bring in a walk on.

 

It's not debatable

 

 

Dude, just stop. You're arguing about something, by definition it is debatable. Stop flooding the pages, we understand what your position is.

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StPaulHusker    5,082

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

I am thinking if we don't sign a QB we will be bringing in a walkon

Some think that's the hope with the Kearney Cath kid, but I'm not sure if that's true.

Wait. So we don't take a QB on scholarship "just" to take one but we hope we take a walk on?
Yes? Big difference between giving a kid a scholarship just to take a QB and bringing in a walkon. Not saying we shouldn't sign a QB but I don't see how signing an average player is better than having a player of similar talent walk on.

If a kid is a walk on, he is not similar talent as a 3-4 star player.
That is debateable. Either way, I'm not against taking a QB whatsoever. I think we should pursue Corral. But I'm just saying if we don't sign a QB, I think we bring in a walk on.

 

It's not debatable

 

 

Dude, just stop. You're arguing about something, by definition it is debatable. Stop flooding the pages, we understand what your position is.

 

You're right. I'm sorry. Walk on QB's have similar talent to 4 star QB's. They are all the same.

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I am thinking if we don't sign a QB we will be bringing in a walkon

 

Some think that's the hope with the Kearney Cath kid, but I'm not sure if that's true.

Wait. So we don't take a QB on scholarship "just" to take one but we hope we take a walk on?
Yes? Big difference between giving a kid a scholarship just to take a QB and bringing in a walkon. Not saying we shouldn't sign a QB but I don't see how signing an average player is better than having a player of similar talent walk on.

If a kid is a walk on, he is not similar talent as a 3-4 star player.
That is debateable. Either way, I'm not against taking a QB whatsoever. I think we should pursue Corral. But I'm just saying if we don't sign a QB, I think we bring in a walk on.

It's not debatable

Dude, just stop. You're arguing about something, by definition it is debatable. Stop flooding the pages, we understand what your position is.

You're right. I'm sorry. Walk on QB's have similar talent to 4 star QB's. They are all the same.

You're just being difficult

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Nebfanatic    1,080

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

I am thinking if we don't sign a QB we will be bringing in a walkon

Some think that's the hope with the Kearney Cath kid, but I'm not sure if that's true.

Wait. So we don't take a QB on scholarship "just" to take one but we hope we take a walk on?
Yes? Big difference between giving a kid a scholarship just to take a QB and bringing in a walkon. Not saying we shouldn't sign a QB but I don't see how signing an average player is better than having a player of similar talent walk on.

If a kid is a walk on, he is not similar talent as a 3-4 star player.
That is debateable. Either way, I'm not against taking a QB whatsoever. I think we should pursue Corral. But I'm just saying if we don't sign a QB, I think we bring in a walk on.

It's not debatable
tell that to Baker Mayfield

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StPaulHusker    5,082

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

I am thinking if we don't sign a QB we will be bringing in a walkon

Some think that's the hope with the Kearney Cath kid, but I'm not sure if that's true.

Wait. So we don't take a QB on scholarship "just" to take one but we hope we take a walk on?
Yes? Big difference between giving a kid a scholarship just to take a QB and bringing in a walkon. Not saying we shouldn't sign a QB but I don't see how signing an average player is better than having a player of similar talent walk on.

If a kid is a walk on, he is not similar talent as a 3-4 star player.
That is debateable. Either way, I'm not against taking a QB whatsoever. I think we should pursue Corral. But I'm just saying if we don't sign a QB, I think we bring in a walk on.

It's not debatable
tell that to Baker Mayfield

 

Yep. You got me. The one time where the starter got injured at the most pass happy university in D1. You win.

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I am thinking if we don't sign a QB we will be bringing in a walkon

Some think that's the hope with the Kearney Cath kid, but I'm not sure if that's true.

 

Wait. So we don't take a QB on scholarship "just" to take one but we hope we take a walk on?

 

Come on. You understand the difference between a QB that takes up a limited scholarship spot and one that doesn't.

 

As Mav has stated and I agree, we aren't THAT limited. And you guys act like we are going to go Bo Pelini and take a last minute kid from nowhere. There are still A LOT of very good QB's available. And they would fit the program.

 

Yes, that is the way the class seems like it's going to end up (19-21) kids. But, that isn't the number that was being talked about for a while.

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StPaulHusker    5,082

 

 

 

 

 

I am thinking if we don't sign a QB we will be bringing in a walkon

Some think that's the hope with the Kearney Cath kid, but I'm not sure if that's true.

 

Wait. So we don't take a QB on scholarship "just" to take one but we hope we take a walk on?

 

Come on. You understand the difference between a QB that takes up a limited scholarship spot and one that doesn't.

 

As Mav has stated and I agree, we aren't THAT limited. And you guys act like we are going to go Bo Pelini and take a last minute kid from nowhere. There are still A LOT of very good QB's available. And they would fit the program.

 

Yes, that is the way the class seems like it's going to end up (19-21) kids. But, that isn't the number that was being talked about for a while.

 

I'm sure the coaches knew that the original number is never the actual

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I am thinking if we don't sign a QB we will be bringing in a walkon

Some think that's the hope with the Kearney Cath kid, but I'm not sure if that's true.

Wait. So we don't take a QB on scholarship "just" to take one but we hope we take a walk on?
Yes? Big difference between giving a kid a scholarship just to take a QB and bringing in a walkon. Not saying we shouldn't sign a QB but I don't see how signing an average player is better than having a player of similar talent walk on.

If a kid is a walk on, he is not similar talent as a 3-4 star player.
That is debateable. Either way, I'm not against taking a QB whatsoever. I think we should pursue Corral. But I'm just saying if we don't sign a QB, I think we bring in a walk on.

It's not debatable
tell that to Baker Mayfield

Yep. You got me. The one time where the starter got injured at the most pass happy university in D1. You win.
ah so he isn't talented he is just lucky, got it. That must be why he was a multi year starter at the University of Oklahoma and was a heisman candidate, luck right? I'm not going to argue recruits are usually more talented, but to say that a walkon can't be similarly talented to a recruit lower on our board is ignorant to the facts.

 

Again, I think we should pursue Corral, I'm just saying I think if we don't sign one we will still bring one in. Is that ideal in my opinion? No, but you didn't ask me that, you just jumped to the conclusion I think we should take a walk on instead of a scholarship player.

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I am thinking if we don't sign a QB we will be bringing in a walkon

Some think that's the hope with the Kearney Cath kid, but I'm not sure if that's true.

 

Wait. So we don't take a QB on scholarship "just" to take one but we hope we take a walk on?

 

Come on. You understand the difference between a QB that takes up a limited scholarship spot and one that doesn't.

 

As Mav has stated and I agree, we aren't THAT limited. And you guys act like we are going to go Bo Pelini and take a last minute kid from nowhere. There are still A LOT of very good QB's available. And they would fit the program.

 

Yes, that is the way the class seems like it's going to end up (19-21) kids. But, that isn't the number that was being talked about for a while.

 

I'm sure the coaches knew that the original number is never the actual

 

 

Don't you have a wife you can go fight with?

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StPaulHusker    5,082

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

I am thinking if we don't sign a QB we will be bringing in a walkon

Some think that's the hope with the Kearney Cath kid, but I'm not sure if that's true.

Wait. So we don't take a QB on scholarship "just" to take one but we hope we take a walk on?
Yes? Big difference between giving a kid a scholarship just to take a QB and bringing in a walkon. Not saying we shouldn't sign a QB but I don't see how signing an average player is better than having a player of similar talent walk on.

If a kid is a walk on, he is not similar talent as a 3-4 star player.
That is debateable. Either way, I'm not against taking a QB whatsoever. I think we should pursue Corral. But I'm just saying if we don't sign a QB, I think we bring in a walk on.

It's not debatable
tell that to Baker Mayfield

Yep. You got me. The one time where the starter got injured at the most pass happy university in D1. You win.
ah so he isn't talented he is just lucky, got it. That must be why he was a multi year starter at the University of Oklahoma and was a heisman candidate, luck right? I'm not going to argue recruits are usually more talented, but to say that a walkon can't be similarly talented to a recruit lower on our board is ignorant to the facts.

 

Again, I think we should pursue Corral, I'm just saying I think if we don't sign one we will still bring one in. Is that ideal in my opinion? No, but you didn't ask me that, you just jumped to the conclusion I think we should take a walk on instead of a scholarship player.

 

I didn't say it was luck. I said it was the 1 instance. So you were right. Congrats

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StPaulHusker    5,082

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

I am thinking if we don't sign a QB we will be bringing in a walkon

Some think that's the hope with the Kearney Cath kid, but I'm not sure if that's true.

 

Wait. So we don't take a QB on scholarship "just" to take one but we hope we take a walk on?

 

Come on. You understand the difference between a QB that takes up a limited scholarship spot and one that doesn't.

 

As Mav has stated and I agree, we aren't THAT limited. And you guys act like we are going to go Bo Pelini and take a last minute kid from nowhere. There are still A LOT of very good QB's available. And they would fit the program.

 

Yes, that is the way the class seems like it's going to end up (19-21) kids. But, that isn't the number that was being talked about for a while.

 

I'm sure the coaches knew that the original number is never the actual

 

 

Don't you have a wife you can go fight with?

 

It's none of your f'ing business what my marital status is

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seaofred92    1,526

Farrell mentioned Nebraska as a possible landing spot if we can get him on a visit. Georgia, Florida and Alabama were the other 3 mentioned.

 

After Corral's decommitment from USC, the Trojans are in the mix for other quarterbacks (see below), and Corral has been linked to Georgia (where he visited), Florida and Alabama - and keep an eye out for Nebraska. Georgia could be a real player, here, but obviously the in-state five-star Fields is a higher priority according to sources, while Florida is also all-in on Fields and Alabama is hoping Corral will come and throw for them, as is customary, before taking any commitment.

 

Nebraska is the interesting one here, as Corral would be a huge get for the Calibraska movement. Nebraska has the kind of atmosphere on a visit, whether it’s during the season or even during the summer, where it’s not out of the question to see Corral commit. Other schools could be involved, but these are the ones I’ve heard the most about.

https://n.rivals.com/news/three-point-stance-five-star-qb-decommits-usc-qb-recruiting

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wiuhusker    126

Saw an article earlier toady where Tom Loy interviewed Corral and asked him specifically about Nebraska. Corral mentioned that the had spoken with Langs and that he wanted to visit this weekend but things didn't work out. Looking to possibly visit in July.

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I am thinking if we don't sign a QB we will be bringing in a walkon

Some think that's the hope with the Kearney Cath kid, but I'm not sure if that's true.

Wait. So we don't take a QB on scholarship "just" to take one but we hope we take a walk on?
Yes? Big difference between giving a kid a scholarship just to take a QB and bringing in a walkon. Not saying we shouldn't sign a QB but I don't see how signing an average player is better than having a player of similar talent walk on.

If a kid is a walk on, he is not similar talent as a 3-4 star player.
That is debateable. Either way, I'm not against taking a QB whatsoever. I think we should pursue Corral. But I'm just saying if we don't sign a QB, I think we bring in a walk on.

It's not debatable
tell that to Baker Mayfield

Yep. You got me. The one time where the starter got injured at the most pass happy university in D1. You win.
ah so he isn't talented he is just lucky, got it. That must be why he was a multi year starter at the University of Oklahoma and was a heisman candidate, luck right? I'm not going to argue recruits are usually more talented, but to say that a walkon can't be similarly talented to a recruit lower on our board is ignorant to the facts.

 

Again, I think we should pursue Corral, I'm just saying I think if we don't sign one we will still bring one in. Is that ideal in my opinion? No, but you didn't ask me that, you just jumped to the conclusion I think we should take a walk on instead of a scholarship player.

While a walk-on can come in and become a very productive quarterback, I would say having comparable talent to that of a 3-4 star is more of an exception than a rule.

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Most successful programs take at least one QB every year. #attrition

I don't think taking a qb every year has anything or at least very little to do with attrition.
I disagree. We skip this year and let's say POB or Gebbia leave next year. Then we are down to two scholarship QBs. And what if the next year we just have an unproven young player with no backup. #attritionmakestheroomempty

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