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Is there really any chance he looks at us though?

 

I dont see why not.. He's visited quite a few schools lately (GT, Auburn etc.) and he plans on making more visits this summer. Dyer wants to be the #1 recruit in the nation and he's going to play up his recruitment for all its worth, so he's going to take a lot of visits. If Nebraska can get him on campus anything can happen. This video will give you an idea how he wants to play up his recruitment - http://nwahomepage.com/media_player.php?media_id=172661

 

The over whelming majority of Arkansas fans think he's a lock to Fayetteville, but I have doubts.

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Big mass of offers. I guess if he wants to be #1 he'll have to visit a lot of camps; might stop by Nebraska for a look and then anything could happen.

 

(Updated topic title.)

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He said Auburn is on top right now.

 

Dyer is pissed off at the Arkansas coaches, will be intersting to see if the realtionship can be salvaged. He was suppost to be at Arkansas' practice Friday but no-showed.

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Lol... I find it funny Arkansas finally has an instate kid that's the best RB prospect looking at them since McFadden/Jones and they still find a way to mess it up. Oh, Arkansas... seriously, though, we should get on this kid. Could be the homerun threat that could take it to the house at any time that we sorely need.

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He said Auburn is on top right now.

 

Dyer is pissed off at the Arkansas coaches, will be intersting to see if the realtionship can be salvaged. He was suppost to be at Arkansas' practice Friday but no-showed.

That means auburn is both the leader for him and seastrunk.

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He said Auburn is on top right now.

 

Dyer is pissed off at the Arkansas coaches, will be intersting to see if the realtionship can be salvaged. He was suppost to be at Arkansas' practice Friday but no-showed.

That means auburn is both the leader for him and seastrunk.

Why on earth would these kids want to play for a guy like Cheesedick?

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He said Auburn is on top right now.

 

Dyer is pissed off at the Arkansas coaches, will be intersting to see if the realtionship can be salvaged. He was suppost to be at Arkansas' practice Friday but no-showed.

That means auburn is both the leader for him and seastrunk.

Why on earth would these kids want to play for a guy like Cheesedick?

cause they are mice? :blink:

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Lol... I find it funny Arkansas finally has an instate kid that's the best RB prospect looking at them since McFadden/Jones and they still find a way to mess it up. Oh, Arkansas... seriously, though, we should get on this kid. Could be the homerun threat that could take it to the house at any time that we sorely need.

 

He's mad at the Arkansas coaches because they arent paying attention to his best friend Dakota Mosley. Dyer and Mosley want to go to school together but Mosley is basically being ignored by the UA because the UA has 4 scholarship TE's already and only 18-20 available slots open for the 2010 class. Mosley and Dyer travel everywhere together on visits, and theyre suppost to be in Fayetteville next weekend. I guess if they show up this time or not will speak volumes.

 

If Arkansas wiffs on Dyer it will be a huge huge loss. But, the hogs will be ok reguardless. Arkasnas has four 4 star RBs on the roster (Ronnie Wingo, USC transfer Broderick Green, DeAnthony Curtis and Knile Davis) and they're all young too, either freshmen or sophomores.

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Lol... I find it funny Arkansas finally has an instate kid that's the best RB prospect looking at them since McFadden/Jones and they still find a way to mess it up. Oh, Arkansas... seriously, though, we should get on this kid. Could be the homerun threat that could take it to the house at any time that we sorely need.

 

He's mad at the Arkansas coaches because they arent paying attention to his best friend Dakota Mosley. Dyer and Mosley want to go to school together but Mosley is basically being ignored by the UA because the UA has 4 scholarship TE's already and only 18-20 available slots open for the 2010 class. Mosley and Dyer travel everywhere together on visits, and theyre suppost to be in Fayetteville next weekend. I guess if they show up this time or not will speak volumes.

 

If Arkansas wiffs on Dyer it will be a huge huge loss. But, the hogs will be ok reguardless. Arkasnas has four 4 star RBs on the roster (Ronnie Wingo, USC transfer Broderick Green, DeAnthony Curtis and Knile Davis) and they're all young too, either freshmen or sophomores.

 

 

Dang, that's quite a stable of RBs. Nice problem to have.

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This guys' highlights look fantastic, but then again so did Lucky's lol. I'm really hoping he takes a serious look at us. Rivals said he is slighted towards Auburn at the moment because it's the only school he has taken an official visit too.

 

If we get him on campus, anything can happen. I look forward to our recruiting trail with him.

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Nation's top running back Michael Dyer to pick Auburn on Nov. 6th

 

Michael Dyer (Little Rock, Ark./Christian), the No. 6-rated overall prospect in the Class of 2010, told Vype.com that his mind is made up. He will give a soft verbal to the Tigers.

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Nation's top running back Michael Dyer to pick Auburn on Nov. 6th

 

Michael Dyer (Little Rock, Ark./Christian), the No. 6-rated overall prospect in the Class of 2010, told Vype.com that his mind is made up. He will give a soft verbal to the Tigers.

What?

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Leaving Auburn for Arkansas State to be with Gus Malzahn, who recruited him to Auburn. If he's granted a medical hardship, he will play immediately in 2012. Interestingly enough, we play Arkansas State in our 3rd game next year. Dyer would be a good early season test for our run defense to see where we're at before B1G play begins. Arkansas State won the Sun Belt Conference this year but will lose 10 players from their 2-deep rotation on offense, including #1 & #2 QBs. They only lose 4 on defense though.

 

Dyer Leaving Auburn

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Leaving Auburn for Arkansas State to be with Gus Malzahn, who recruited him to Auburn. If he's granted a medical hardship, he will play immediately in 2012. Interestingly enough, we play Arkansas State in our 3rd game next year. Dyer would be a good early season test for our run defense to see where we're at before B1G play begins. Arkansas State won the Sun Belt Conference this year but will lose 10 players from their 2-deep rotation on offense, including #1 & #2 QBs. They only lose 4 on defense though.

 

Dyer Leaving Auburn

 

WOW

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