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With Jaret Lee going to LSU (dang, that one hurts), and given that JUCO Lyle Maevao is giving NU strong consideration, what other QBs are we in the mix for (assuming that we're gunning for two h.s. QBs in this class)?

 

Here's Eric's of what has happened with the QB prospects in ETR's list:

 

Bates -committed to ISU

Clausen - committed to ND

Corp - committed to USC

Forcier - committed to UCLA

Kinne - (NU is not among favorites, probably not strongly considered)

Lee - committed to LSU

Mallett - committed to Mich

Russell - committed to West Virginia

 

Which leaves Brantley, Gray and Washington. Does anyone know of any other possibilities. Or, any recruiting news on these three?

 

Just wondering....GBR

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Jason Munns out of Washington will start getting looks from around the country because as you noted above, many of the considered upper tier guys are gone.

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With Jaret Lee going to LSU (dang, that one hurts), and given that JUCO Lyle Maevao is giving NU strong consideration, what other QBs are we in the mix for (assuming that we're gunning for two h.s. QBs in this class)?

 

Here's Eric's of what has happened with the QB prospects in ETR's list:

 

Bates -committed to ISU

Clausen - committed to ND

Corp - committed to USC

Forcier - committed to UCLA

Kinne - (NU is not among favorites, probably not strongly considered)

Lee - committed to LSU

Mallett - committed to Mich

Russell - committed to West Virginia

 

Which leaves Brantley, Gray and Washington. Does anyone know of any other possibilities. Or, any recruiting news on these three?

 

Just wondering....GBR

If you are thinking of John Brantley - he's committed to Texas.

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Jason Munns out of Washington will start getting looks from around the country because as you noted above, many of the considered upper tier guys are gone.

Munns is a beast.

 

 

However, he is LDS, and has said he'll be going on a two-year church mission. That may be why we haven't offered yet.

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According to Rivals100, Nebraska is in the mix of 10 schools for Jason Munns. There doesn't appear to be any favorites. Most of the schools are Pac 10, Mountain West Conference teams. How did we get on that list if we haven't offered?

 

All we get with the teaser is that he's 6'5", 228. Any other stats on him?

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According to Rivals100, Nebraska is in the mix of 10 schools for Jason Munns.  There doesn't appear to be any favorites.  Most of the schools are Pac 10, Mountain West Conference teams.  How did we get on that list if we haven't offered?

 

All we get with the teaser is that he's 6'5", 228.  Any other stats on him?

Munns junior year stats:

 

160 for 259 .618 completion rate

2178 yards, 32 tds, 8 int

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Player: Jason Munns

Hometown: Kennewick, WA

Position: QB

Height: 6'5”

Weight: 230

40 time:

Visit Date:

Scholarships offered:

Favorites: Washington State, BYU, Utah

Rankings/Stars:

Rivals:

Bid Red Report: :star :star :star:star

 

Assessing the talent: Will be the top prep QB in Washington State next year. A real man among boys. Southridge High runs a pass-first offense, and he's been a starter for two years. He's a 3.8 GPA student, an excellent athlete, and by all accounts is a terrific leader. We MUST offer this kid.

 

Odds of becoming a Cornhusker: 5% Adam Carriker and Leon Jackson are from the same area, so Nebraska has some exposure in Kennewick. I'd be shocked if we didn't offer Munns at some point. He's got the tools to be an incredible college QB. He's a very good athlete, plays basketball. I live about 90 minutes away, so I'll monitor his senior season.

 

 

Here's an article

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Player: Jason Munns

Hometown: Kennewick, WA

Position: QB

Height: 6'5”

Weight: 230

40 time:

Visit Date:

Scholarships offered:

Favorites: Washington State, BYU, Utah

Rankings/Stars:

Rivals:

Bid Red Report: :star :star :star:star

 

Assessing the talent: Will be the top prep QB in Washington State next year. A real man among boys. Southridge High runs a pass-first offense, and he's been a starter for two years. He's a 3.8 GPA student, an excellent athlete, and by all accounts is a terrific leader. We MUST offer this kid.

 

Odds of becoming a Cornhusker: 5% Adam Carriker and Leon Jackson are from the same area, so Nebraska has some exposure in Kennewick. I'd be shocked if we didn't offer Munns at some point. He's got the tools to be an incredible college QB. He's a very good athlete, plays basketball. I live about 90 minutes away, so I'll monitor his senior season.

 

 

Here's an article

We wont land this guy either. unless he comes to the QB camp, which, at this moment, it is unlikely that he will. We arent even in his top choices. there are other QB's that are better than this guy, but not as much size as this cat has.

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Player: Jason Munns

Hometown: Kennewick, WA

Position: QB

Height: 6'5”

Weight: 230

40 time:

Visit Date:

Scholarships offered:

Favorites: Washington State, BYU, Utah

Rankings/Stars:

Rivals:

Bid Red Report: :star :star :star:star

 

Assessing the talent: Will be the top prep QB in Washington State next year. A real man among boys. Southridge High runs a pass-first offense, and he's been a starter for two years. He's a 3.8 GPA student, an excellent athlete, and by all accounts is a terrific leader. We MUST offer this kid.

 

Odds of becoming a Cornhusker: 5% Adam Carriker and Leon Jackson are from the same area, so Nebraska has some exposure in Kennewick. I'd be shocked if we didn't offer Munns at some point. He's got the tools to be an incredible college QB. He's a very good athlete, plays basketball. I live about 90 minutes away, so I'll monitor his senior season.

 

 

Here's an article

Still no offer <_<

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hello, here is a rivals article on the this yrs top uncommitted qb's:

 

http://footballrecruiting.rivals.com/conte....asp?CID=539730

 

p.s. not on the list, yet I wish NU would offer is kodi burns out of ar (but, I think aub has him in their clutches, though - so, my new fun wish at qb is matt simms)

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After finishing strong last season, I thought we would have landed a big one by now. That mid season slump we had might be coming back to haunt us.

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A couple QBs Nebraska has offers out to are Logan Gray of Columbia, Mo and Andrew Nowels of Clearwater, FL.

 

Nowels is expressing some interest in Nebraska but I think he will end up at Florida State or Alabama. Yet I hope we make a hard push for him. He's 6-4, 211. His junior year passed for 1962 yards and 16 tds.

 

Gray doesn't seem to have Nebraska on the radar.

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After finishing strong last season, I thought we would have landed a big one by now. That mid season slump we had might be coming back to haunt us.

nope, don't think so......something else is going on here( not saying it is or is not cally's or any coaches fault), but it would be nice to know what is really attracting these kids? LSU has a couple dandies, and there will be some bench sitting going on there, so immediate playing time is not the issue.....any more theories on this??

 

 

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well how is this for a theory.... other coaches are still using our inconsistancies against us. They(other coaches) will lie cheat and steal.... i just get a feeling our coaches arent like that. They are probably telling kids that they wont be playing here, and if they do they get killed because we dont have a line or WRs. They tell kids of different races that this is a bad place for them.... tell kids that our coaches wont be along here long, callahan wants back to nfl as soon as possible, and if he doesnt succeed he will be fired.

 

I think after this year, if our line blocks well, and our QBs start putting up big numbers, and Taylor gets drafted.... well we will see a leap in interest. Taylors stats from last year werent that impressive.... not everyone sees what we see.

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We might have as good a shot at Simms as anyone now.

didnt one recruiting service give simms 4 :star and lee only 1 :star ?

 

i would like to see NU give him some interest, but it doesnt look like they are at this time.

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We might have as good a shot at Simms as anyone now.

didnt one recruiting service give simms 4 :star and lee only 1 :star ?

 

i would like to see NU give him some interest, but it doesnt look like they are at this time.

It was Scout. link

 

I don't believe they start assigning the other star groupings until later this month. Only the elite have 4 and 5 stars right now. Everyone else is 1 star. Many of those will bump up to 3 star and some to 4 star.

 

I still wonder if and when NU will offer Matt Lentz out of Greenville, SC a scholarship. He does show interest in NU. As a junior passed for 3642 yards and 44 tds.

 

The first QB on the list with a scholarship offer and interest in NU is Curtis Thomas out of Houston. Yet I think he is Duel Threat rather than a drop back passer. I've seen him listed as 5-11 and 6 foot. So he may only be 5-9.

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munns committed to BYU...

With him being LDS and wanting to go on a 2 year mission, BYU is the place for him to go. He would have a tough time with NU's system to take 2 years off and try to come back and try and play catch up.

 

Good luck to him at BYU

 

I still have faith that we will get a solid HS qb this recruiting year.

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Yesterday on 1620 Tom Lemming mentioned that Nebraska may be taking a harder look at Simms and Stephen Garcia of Tampa, FL. Well see what happens...

:thumbs Good update

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Is Matt Simms Chris' brother and Phil's son? I think Don Boscoe Prep is where Chris went to high school in Jersey. C'mon ETR, you should be on top of the situation, that's yer kinfolk!

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we will be alright. Plenty of options left. In State pro-style prospect Steve Heiman could have a good showing at NU's QB camp and may find himself holding an offer. LaTravis Washington could get a shot at QB.

There are are plenty of QB's out there. Just none that have as excellent PR managers that a lot of QB's have.

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kinne is high on tn & bay, yet mcnutt & stangel & thomas have shown interest in NU, but I am predicting a simms visit sometime to NU

 

p.s. some kids will waver on their committments - possibly bates, & maybe lee - because of sullivan (happy thoughts & deep breaths, everyone)

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Not that I have a lot of confidence in the staff's ability to recruit a QB, but I'd like to see us go after Garcia, although we are not on his radar.

 

 

 

Stephen Garcia

 

Logan Gray

 

Matt Simms

 

Matt Lentz

 

 

 

And of course, there is this guy:

 

GJ Kinne

 

 

My guess is that we miss on all of them...

STFU

 

It fu*king June, get a grip. So far this staff has recruited a 4* kid out of Florida that UF, FSU, UM, and South Carolina all wanted. They also recruited an "unknown" QB from a JUCO that no ony knew anything about that has been pretty damn good for us. To go along with this they recruited a 4* last year that was all but in town before he was promised early playing time by the clown Prince.

 

Now you can pull your little piss and moan show all you want and can bitch to all the rest of the trolls under your bridge, but the fact is that people that freak out in JUNE over recruiting either don't understand recruiting at all or are just trying to find something to bitch about. My guess is you fit into both categories.

 

Seriously man, you need to STFU!

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You keep mentioning that it's June Chuckd. Well your right, it is June and most QB's, more than any other position, has a decesion by JUNE. By June most highly sought after QB's have made a decision. Look at the QB prospects that have showed any interest at NU.....they've made a differant choice before or during JUNE. That's the issue.

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You keep mentioning that it's June Chuckd. Well your right, it is June and most QB's, more than any other position, has a decesion by JUNE. By June most highly sought after QB's have made a decision. Look at the QB prospects that have showed any interest at NU.....they've made a differant choice before or during JUNE. That's the issue.

So what you are saying is that because most of the "rated" guys have committed, there is no way that we can get a quality QB in this class. So basically, the only QB's worth anything are ones that the recruiting services rate highly early in the process (remember, all the ratings aren't even out yet!!!!) and then he must really be good if he commits early.

 

Well, that's fine if you guys want to freak out, whatever floats your boat. I'm confident that come February we will have 2 or so very good qb prosepects signed in this class, but I guess that's just me being an optimist (apparently thats not as fun as being a pessimist)

 

If we still have no QB recruits in February, then I will certainly admit to being wrong and accept that this staff dropped the ball this year. Until that happens, I say STFU!

 

Oh course most of the people freaking out I'm sure also believe Beck will never amount to anything and thus, we should be freaking out even more. I'm also not in that camp, so again, to each their own.

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Never, ever in my above post did I mention rated QB's. I mentioned most sought after QB's that obviously our staff was highly interested in are choosing during a period in which consistanly highly recruited QB's or even not so highly recruited QB's are deciding there schools: Mallett, Lee, Bates, Crow, Forcier, Munns, Corp, Russell -- get the picture? I could give two sh*ts about 5 stars and 4 stars or 8 stars. My issue is that it's June and one by one QB's that our staff is aggresively going after are choosing to go else were and at this point right now you cannot say there is one particular QB that you have a hunch will be a Husker or is highly intested in the Big Red. I agree it's not panic time....I do think it is alarming that this team is in a sitation in which they need....NEED to get a good QB that can be comfortable in this offense and NOW we are losing out to a middle of the pack PAC-10 school over a medicore JC QB.

 

Oh and please don't tell me or any other poster in an open forum were we can freely discuss Husker sports to STFU......

 

That only works with my wife and well she's in the other room so I and many of us will continue to express our opinion and not STFU, however much you disagree with it THANKS

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and NOW we are losing out to a middle of the pack PAC-10 school over a medicore JC QB.

If he is medicore, why do you even care that we didn't get him?

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No, your right. I should stand back and laugh every time we fail to land a recruit that I think is medicore. OR....I can express my opinion on the subject at hand which is my dissapointment in our recruiting of QB's this year. Hell I'll debate you on current players that I believe are medicore. But to answer your question since my previous statement is obviously gone from topic, I'll dicuss this new one. I care about every recruit that we lose out to because obviously the coaching staff saw something in this guy and since I am the poster boy of arm chair quaterbacks, I'll take there word for it.....

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hello & excuse me for interrupting, but I can recall last yr at this time that 5 qb's who were top pro-style/top 20 qb prospects, who committed in or around june began to waver, & either reopened their recruitment, or decommitted from their verbal committment of univ:

 

mustain - reopened his recruitment after committing to ark, & began to communicate, &/or visit - nd, ala, tenn, & mia, before signing w/ ark

 

mcelroy - verballed to tt, & decommitted & then signed w/ ala

 

potts - verballed to tt, & then visited mich & bay, & then signed w/ tt

 

cade - verballed to lsu, & then visited ok st, & signed w/ ok st

 

freeman - verballed to NU, & then visited, & signed w/ ksu

 

& those are just the pro-style qb's - whims, & decommittments, & hs kids go hand & hand

 

p.s. yet, I would rather panic now then in jan - like last yr w/ freeman (am I right?)

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Once the WCO starts clicking in September NU will get some serious looks. I've also mentioned Lentz, Simms, and Garcia as possible targets. Time will tell.

 

Maybe part of the issue is a lack of faith in Norvell. It's been suggested he is the Offensive Coordinator in name only. What track record does he have at developing QBs? Looking at his bio he did help the Iowa State juggernaut increase their passing production from 132.9 ypg in 1995 to 231.9 ypg in 1997. If he can prove he can consistently do the same for Nebraska then he'll garner the respect needed and the recruits will line up.

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hello & excuse me for interrupting, but I can recall last yr at this time that 5 qb's who were top pro-style/top 20 qb prospects, who committed in or around june began to waver, & either reopened their recruitment, or decommitted from their verbal committment of univ:

 

mustain - reopened his recruitment after committing to ark, & began to communicate, &/or visit - nd, ala, tenn, & mia, before signing w/ ark

 

mcelroy - verballed to tt, & decommitted & then signed w/ ala

 

potts - verballed to tt, & then visited mich & bay, & then signed w/ tt

 

cade - verballed to lsu, & then visited ok st, & signed w/ ok st

 

freeman - verballed to NU, & then visited, & signed w/ ksu

 

& those are just the pro-style qb's - whims, & decommittments, & hs kids go hand & hand

 

p.s. yet, I would rather panic now then in jan - like last yr w/ freeman (am I right?)

Salt on open wound but I was in the camp we should have taken Cates over Freeman last year. :steam

 

Isn't all this speculation fun? :lol:

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hello & excuse me for interrupting, but I can recall last yr at this time that 5 qb's who were top pro-style/top 20 qb prospects, who committed in or around june began to waver, & either reopened their recruitment, or decommitted from their verbal committment of univ:

 

mustain - reopened his recruitment after committing to ark, & began to communicate, &/or visit - nd, ala, tenn, & mia, before signing w/ ark

 

mcelroy - verballed to tt, & decommitted & then signed w/ ala

 

potts - verballed to tt, & then visited mich & bay, & then signed w/ tt

 

cade - verballed to lsu, & then visited ok st, & signed w/ ok st

 

freeman - verballed to NU, & then visited, & signed w/ ksu

 

& those are just the pro-style qb's - whims, & decommittments, & hs kids go hand & hand

 

p.s. yet, I would rather panic now then in jan - like last yr w/ freeman (am I right?)

Decommits are normal in the recruitng process, but I don't think I'm ready to believe that a de-committed QB prospect will be the answer to our prayers. What I am ready for is Sept. 2nd!!!!!

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Hey again,

 

I just wanted to take an opportunity to put a word in on the QB situation. First of all, I'd be lying if I said that I wasn't concerned that we don't have a QB recruit yet, because I certainly am. However, I will not let anyone on this board question the recruiting skills of this coaching staff. These mofoaz went out after a 5-6 season and brought back a full stable of horses. Furthermore, I hope you've all noticed that we've received four solid (as possible) verbal commitments from other recruits who will probably come back with at least 3*when all is said and done. I will not say, "Everything will be fine," because that may not be the case. I would like to enlighten some of the potential Benards and Formers out there of a few things:

 

1. It is the middle of June.

2. The Elite QB academy is coming up.

3. So far as I know, Jarrett Lee (current LSU commit) will still be attending.

4. Our coaches have found "diamonds in the rough." The QB academy will be another proving ground for this

5. Shawn Sullivan, (NU commit) will be riding Jarrett Lee all season.

6. Our best recruiters are our players and our fans (and Coach Blake).

7. We have Coach Blake.

8. We ARE succeeding in Texas and California.

9. We have not played a down of football yet.

And Finally . . .

10. Mark my words, "If we beat USC in their house, and I do believe we will, that will mark the changing of the guard. Get ready O fans of weak spirit, for the recruiting floodgates will open, and the landscape of College Football will be lined with Corn."

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Hey again,

 

I just wanted to take an opportunity to put a word in on the QB situation. First of all, I'd be lying if I said that I wasn't concerned that we don't have a QB recruit yet, because I certainly am. However, I will not let anyone on this board question the recruiting skills of this coaching staff. These mofoaz went out after a 5-6 season and brought back a full stable of horses. Furthermore, I hope you've all noticed that we've received four solid (as possible) verbal commitments from other recruits who will probably come back with at least 3*when all is said and done. I will not say, "Everything will be fine," because that may not be the case. I would like to enlighten some of the potential Benards and Formers out there of a few things:

 

1. It is the middle of June.

2. The Elite QB academy is coming up.

3. So far as I know, Jarrett Lee (current LSU commit) will still be attending.

4. Our coaches have found "diamonds in the rough." The QB academy will be another proving ground for this

5. Shawn Sullivan, (NU commit) will be riding Jarrett Lee all season.

6. Our best recruiters are our players and our fans (and Coach Blake).

7. We have Coach Blake.

8. We ARE succeeding in Texas and California.

9. We have not played a down of football yet.

And Finally . . .

10. Mark my words, "If we beat USC in their house, and I do believe we will, that will mark the changing of the guard. Get ready O fans of weak spirit, for the recruiting floodgates will open, and the landscape of College Football will be lined with Corn."

Great Post :clap

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Now you can pull your little piss and moan show all you want and can bitch to all the rest of the trolls under your bridge, but the fact is that people that freak out in JUNE over recruiting either don't understand recruiting at all or are just trying to find something to bitch about.  My guess is you fit into both categories.

 

Seriously man, you need to STFU!

:rollin:rollin:rollin

 

 

LOL. At the risk of having our little discussion wiped from the thread, let me just say this:

 

 

I'm putting money on the table right now that we don't get any of the guys I listed.

 

If you haven't noticed, this is not like previous years, when you could count on at least a few top QBs were available in January. The well is running very dry, and if you haven't noticed, it takes a pretty good QB to learn this system and execute accordingly.

 

 

So I'm seeing us swing and miss at ALL of our targeted prospects. ALL of them. And there's a reason we target those guys, rather than others - because BC recognizes that the kid has the chops to play in his system. So yes, when we don't get those guys, I do get concerned. Because, even though according to you I may not know squat about recruiting (except, of course, that it generally helps to get the more talented recruits), I do know the most important position on the field is QB. Thus, I don't like the fact that the highest rated players at that position are dropping like flies.

 

 

Maybe Beck will come around (jury's out). Maybe we unearth some hidden gem (unlikely). Who knows? Meanwhile, we are still without a QB to challenge Beck in 2007.

 

 

 

 

 

 

And just for the record, Beck is the ONLY highly-rated QB BC has brought to Lincoln. We are now in his fourth year...

 

 

 

 

Now, excuse me whilst I go crawl under my bridge and join my fellow trolls. At least they don't have the North-end goalpost halfway up their arse...

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We may not get a summer QB to lead the class but I believe that once the offense gets rolling and "if" it is hitting on all cylinders then my friend QBs will look at the possibilities. If all else fails we will get a JUCO. Remember NU is just starting to be recognized as a pro-style system. It will take a few seasons of consistency to win over the HS kids that recognize NU as a running program.

 

We do need to land 2 QBs this year in my humble opinion...give it a few weeks into september then panic

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Lots can happen.... there is plenty of time. Lets not forget that even though a player verbals, they are not signed. ANYTHING can happen.

 

The key word here is patience.

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hello, the next target & a pro-style qb, who is now gathering a lot of buzz (for schools who have missed on the top-tier p-s qb's) is:

 

patrick witt, wylie, tx, 6'4", 215, 4.95 he has recently garnered schollie from northern schools - wi, in, & pur, & southern schools - tt, a&m, & bay - NU could also sneak in on his kid w/ the others if they are willing

 

p.s. who said that the top qb's are pretty much taken, because their is a watch-&-see b/w 3:

 

tyrod taylor #2 d-t qb, hampton, va, who is uncommitted - vt & fl as his top 2

 

stephan garcia #5 d-t qb, tampa, fl, who is uncommitted - fl & sc as his top 2

 

matt lentz, 6'3", 205, 4.74, who is uncommitted - has many including NU, clem, sc, nd, ky, ga, & gt

 

rumor mill: the lentz situation is the most interesting, because if garcia goes to sc, & w/ smelley 4* coming in as a fr this yr, then sc is out - which seems like the most likely conclusion, because tebow 5* is at fl; plus, clem has a verbal from korn 5*; & ga & gt are in a battle over a wait-&-see there b/w two 4* uncommitted ga high-schoolers in nesbitt & newton - plus, ga signed stafford 5* last yr; nd signed 2 top qb's last yr, & have a verbal from claussen, this yr - therefore, lentz maybe looking at NU harder then most suspect!

 

thank you for your time,

hootin'

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Now you can pull your little piss and moan show all you want and can bitch to all the rest of the trolls under your bridge, but the fact is that people that freak out in JUNE over recruiting either don't understand recruiting at all or are just trying to find something to bitch about.  My guess is you fit into both categories.

 

Seriously man, you need to STFU!

:rollin:rollin:rollin

 

 

LOL. At the risk of having our little discussion wiped from the thread, let me just say this:

 

 

I'm putting money on the table right now that we don't get any of the guys I listed.

 

If you haven't noticed, this is not like previous years, when you could count on at least a few top QBs were available in January. The well is running very dry, and if you haven't noticed, it takes a pretty good QB to learn this system and execute accordingly.

 

 

So I'm seeing us swing and miss at ALL of our targeted prospects. ALL of them. And there's a reason we target those guys, rather than others - because BC recognizes that the kid has the chops to play in his system. So yes, when we don't get those guys, I do get concerned. Because, even though according to you I may not know squat about recruiting (except, of course, that it generally helps to get the more talented recruits), I do know the most important position on the field is QB. Thus, I don't like the fact that the highest rated players at that position are dropping like flies.

 

 

Maybe Beck will come around (jury's out). Maybe we unearth some hidden gem (unlikely). Who knows? Meanwhile, we are still without a QB to challenge Beck in 2007.

 

 

 

 

 

 

And just for the record, Beck is the ONLY highly-rated QB BC has brought to Lincoln. We are now in his fourth year...

 

 

 

 

Now, excuse me whilst I go crawl under my bridge and join my fellow trolls. At least they don't have the North-end goalpost halfway up their arse...

Put the money on the table and we'll see what happens....

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hello, here is another p-s qb, who's stock is now rising:

 

brock mansion, 6'5", 221, 4.75, plano, tx

 

http://scout.scout.com/a.z?s=73&p=8&c=1&nid=2436389

 

http://footballrecruiting.rivals.com/viewp...sp?pr_key=45133

 

 

also, lentz:

 

http://footballrecruiting.rivals.com/viewp...sp?pr_key=47442

 

also, witt:

 

http://footballrecruiting.rivals.com/viewp...sp?pr_key=52271

 

p.s. the bad thing is that a lot of the next tier pro-style or dual-threat hs qb's are either from the se or wc, & seem to want to stay closer to home

 

- the only top midwest qb's who are uncommitted are logan gray (mo), & chris smith (oh) - & NU has no shot at smith

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