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Congrats to Jaylin for getting his academics in order! He wanted to play at Nebraska and worked hard in the classroom to get that goal. Now keeps those grades up in the 2nd semester.

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Let an in state 2* get away: "Goes to show what these coaches know, have to keep in state kids in state!"

 

Get an in state 2* to commit: "Wow, a 2 star..."

(Actual comment on Huskerboard Facebook page)

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Let an in state 2* get away: "Goes to show what these coaches know, have to keep in state kids in state!"

 

Get an in state 2* to commit: "Wow, a 2 star..."

(Actual comment on Huskerboard Facebook page)

So people on the internet overreact and make ridiculous claims.

 

Wierd.

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He had 2900 yards and 50 TDs this year. 2900 yards and 50 TDs! Let that sink it.

 

As far as I can find, Calvin Jones, Ahman Green, or Keith Jones never put up numbers like that.

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Ameer came in at 5'9" and 177 lbs. He is now listed at 203 lbs. I would love to see that with this kid and keep/improve his speed and mobility. He's now listed at 187. If he can get to that 210+ range...fantastic.

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Ameer came in at 5'9" and 177 lbs. He is now listed at 203 lbs. I would love to see that with this kid and keep/improve his speed and mobility. He's now listed at 187. If he can get to that 210+ range...fantastic.

 

He was already clocked at a 4.5 wasn't he? Obviously, faster is better, but that's pretty damn quick already (Isn't that about what Ameer ran in the combine?). His vision is my favorite part about his game, it looks so natural.

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So maybe a silly question - why in the Rivals video does he seem to be doing mostly a WR workout? Just when the camera was turned on or did he play both positions?

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Ameer came in at 5'9" and 177 lbs. He is now listed at 203 lbs. I would love to see that with this kid and keep/improve his speed and mobility. He's now listed at 187. If he can get to that 210+ range...fantastic.

 

He was already clocked at a 4.5 wasn't he? Obviously, faster is better, but that's pretty damn quick already (Isn't that about what Ameer ran in the combine?). His vision is my favorite part about his game, it looks so natural.

 

That's why I included the word "keep".

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Let an in state 2* get away: "Goes to show what these coaches know, have to keep in state kids in state!"

Get an in state 2* to commit: "Wow, a 2 star..."

(Actual comment on Huskerboard Facebook page)

 

So people on the internet overreact and make ridiculous claims.

Wierd.

Guess we know who made the comment. Geez Mavric, you should be more open minded about things.

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Having read all the not so friendly comments about the kid through November bashing him because his grades were no good and defending his elementary teachers, it is amazing to see the dramatic turnaround in opinions the minute he seems to have qualified and is apparently offered a scholarship. Just amazing.

 

I am wondering if most of those defending the unknown teachers and public education system as if no child left behind somehow suggested that the child refused to get on the bus of his own free will. LOL Public education, particularly the k-12 variety, is just not very good in America. When large percentages of kids drop out (somewhere around a third of all the students I would guess) and another third of those who do graduate and are awarded diplomas can't do 10th grade level basics, there are major issues that need to be addressed.

 

While students fail to achieve and 'thrive' as some educators may like to say for many reasons, to say that teachers have no fault is nonsense. 'Social promotion' happens all the time and it has for many many years and maybe as long as there have been schools I suspect. Instead of 'No child left behind' (a very laudable objective of saying we insist that each and every student is important enough to be sure they get all the attention and focus necessary to help them keep up and 'make the grade' and learn successfully) should really have been "Every child passes" really. Very few are not promoted.

 

While there may be a majority of parents who would be unhappy that there son or daughter is being 'held back' by the teacher because they are not doing grade level work, most of the upset would likely be because the parents are unhappy with the teacher's work product and or the school in general. The parents have a very important role to play in raising their children and being good role models and encouraging their kids to go to school, listen and learn etc is critical. Certainly parents ought not to disrespect the teachers and school nor ever discourage the kids from doing his or her best. But parents are NOT supposed to be teachers and certainly are not to be doing the child's homework nor should they be 'tutoring' and or offering evening classes in 'homework' assistance.

 

Most schoolwork should be done in school on school time. Tutoring and assistance of the kids should be done by the teachers, not the parents. I have seen and heard numerous teachers state "it is not the teacher's job to teach but rather to enhance what the child has learned at home"! This is just NONSENSE.

 

I suspect if this young man has managed to get his academic house in sufficient order as to achieve the required grade averages in required courses and acceptable ACT test scores, then he can thank a couple of very dedicated high school teachers or other people who took the time and effort to get involved and steer and push and encourage and guide him in the right direction. Maybe his parent(s) (it's always hard to predict if there are none, one or two in today's dysfucntional society) did their part as well. It's good to see someone did but let's not let the teachers and schools off the hook - there are far too many failing students to blame the kids and presume the teachers are innocent. The burden of proof rests on the school and teachers involved NOT on the child.

 

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Ameer came in at 5'9" and 177 lbs. He is now listed at 203 lbs. I would love to see that with this kid and keep/improve his speed and mobility. He's now listed at 187. If he can get to that 210+ range...fantastic.

 

He was already clocked at a 4.5 wasn't he? Obviously, faster is better, but that's pretty damn quick already (Isn't that about what Ameer ran in the combine?). His vision is my favorite part about his game, it looks so natural.

 

That's why I included the word "keep".

 

 

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I went to HS with another decent back that wanted to go to USC. He didn't get the offer from them I believe due to grades(could be off base here). New him quite well. Was passed from grade to grade. Didn't really have to do the work to stay eligible due to his talent. Don't recall if prop 48 was in effect in 69 or not but I believe it was. To make a long story short, this athlete did receive a scholarship to NU after having to cram for SAT/ACT/CEEB (college entrance exam board)whatever test athletes had to pass.back then. Myself not being an athlete i also had to take CEEB for admittance to NU. This particular athlete won the Heisman at NU. Johnny the Jet.

I didn't see where this kid blamed it on anyone. I only read where a friend of his pointed the finger at teachers. Yes, I do believe teachers and administrators have to shoulder some of the blame for not preparing these kids for life after HS. Get them special classes so their reading skills improve enough so they can understand the work they are trying to do.

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So maybe a silly question - why in the Rivals video does he seem to be doing mostly a WR workout? Just when the camera was turned on or did he play both positions?

 

 

RB's and WR's go together for pass catching drills in some camps. It shows which RB's are good with their hands and can run a route.

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So maybe a silly question - why in the Rivals video does he seem to be doing mostly a WR workout? Just when the camera was turned on or did he play both positions?

 

RB's and WR's go together for pass catching drills in some camps. It shows which RB's are good with their hands and can run a route.

Thanks Blitz - makes sense.

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Hey everyone I'm new to the board - anyone got an idea what this kids speed clocks in at?

I ran a 4.4 40 in high school, so if he's not faster than that, the kid is slow!!!

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Having read all the not so friendly comments about the kid through November bashing him because his grades were no good and defending his elementary teachers, it is amazing to see the dramatic turnaround in opinions the minute he seems to have qualified and is apparently offered a scholarship. Just amazing.

 

I am wondering if most of those defending the unknown teachers and public education system as if no child left behind somehow suggested that the child refused to get on the bus of his own free will. LOL Public education, particularly the k-12 variety, is just not very good in America. When large percentages of kids drop out (somewhere around a third of all the students I would guess) and another third of those who do graduate and are awarded diplomas can't do 10th grade level basics, there are major issues that need to be addressed.

 

While students fail to achieve and 'thrive' as some educators may like to say for many reasons, to say that teachers have no fault is nonsense. 'Social promotion' happens all the time and it has for many many years and maybe as long as there have been schools I suspect. Instead of 'No child left behind' (a very laudable objective of saying we insist that each and every student is important enough to be sure they get all the attention and focus necessary to help them keep up and 'make the grade' and learn successfully) should really have been "Every child passes" really. Very few are not promoted.

 

While there may be a majority of parents who would be unhappy that there son or daughter is being 'held back' by the teacher because they are not doing grade level work, most of the upset would likely be because the parents are unhappy with the teacher's work product and or the school in general. The parents have a very important role to play in raising their children and being good role models and encouraging their kids to go to school, listen and learn etc is critical. Certainly parents ought not to disrespect the teachers and school nor ever discourage the kids from doing his or her best. But parents are NOT supposed to be teachers and certainly are not to be doing the child's homework nor should they be 'tutoring' and or offering evening classes in 'homework' assistance.

 

Most schoolwork should be done in school on school time. Tutoring and assistance of the kids should be done by the teachers, not the parents. I have seen and heard numerous teachers state "it is not the teacher's job to teach but rather to enhance what the child has learned at home"! This is just NONSENSE.

 

I suspect if this young man has managed to get his academic house in sufficient order as to achieve the required grade averages in required courses and acceptable ACT test scores, then he can thank a couple of very dedicated high school teachers or other people who took the time and effort to get involved and steer and push and encourage and guide him in the right direction. Maybe his parent(s) (it's always hard to predict if there are none, one or two in today's dysfucntional society) did their part as well. It's good to see someone did but let's not let the teachers and schools off the hook - there are far too many failing students to blame the kids and presume the teachers are innocent. The burden of proof rests on the school and teachers involved NOT on the child.

 

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I went to HS with another decent back that wanted to go to USC. He didn't get the offer from them I believe due to grades(could be off base here). New him quite well. Was passed from grade to grade. Didn't really have to do the work to stay eligible due to his talent. Don't recall if prop 48 was in effect in 69 or not but I believe it was. To make a long story short, this athlete did receive a scholarship to NU after having to cram for SAT/ACT/CEEB (college entrance exam board)whatever test athletes had to pass.back then. Myself not being an athlete i also had to take CEEB for admittance to NU. This particular athlete won the Heisman at NU. Johnny the Jet.

I didn't see where this kid blamed it on anyone. I only read where a friend of his pointed the finger at teachers. Yes, I do believe teachers and administrators have to shoulder some of the blame for not preparing these kids for life after HS. Get them special classes so their reading skills improve enough so they can understand the work they are trying to do.

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Back in the 1970s (and prior thereto I would guess) any Nebraska H.S. graduate was automatically eligible to attend the University of Nebraska and you did not need to have any particular score for admission to Univ of Neb system. As a taxpaying resident of the State of Nebraska, you should in fact be eligible to attend the state chartered, funded land grant university without having to take some ACT or SAT or other entrance examination BEYOND receiving a GED or diploma from an accredited state run public high school in Nebraska. This is just common sense. DONU is a publicly funded tax payer supported institution to and for the benefit of the people of Nebraska. I understand there are grand notions within the current University Administration of doubling the enrollment yet they are screening out via test scores and grade minimums etc local student applicants. This is just not right in my view. Every Nebraska high school grad ought to have the chance to attend the state's only public college system and given the chane to 'make it'.

 

No matter what the standard for student athletes who might have to make higher grades/scores, etc, in order to participate in intercollegiate sports / ala Big Ten, etc., all Nebraska kids who want to go should be able to give it a try.

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I went to HS with another decent back that wanted to go to USC. He didn't get the offer from them I believe due to grades(could be off base here). New him quite well. Was passed from grade to grade. Didn't really have to do the work to stay eligible due to his talent. Don't recall if prop 48 was in effect in 69 or not but I believe it was. To make a long story short, this athlete did receive a scholarship to NU after having to cram for SAT/ACT/CEEB (college entrance exam board)whatever test athletes had to pass.back then. Myself not being an athlete i also had to take CEEB for admittance to NU. This particular athlete won the Heisman at NU. Johnny the Jet.

I didn't see where this kid blamed it on anyone. I only read where a friend of his pointed the finger at teachers. Yes, I do believe teachers and administrators have to shoulder some of the blame for not preparing these kids for life after HS. Get them special classes so their reading skills improve enough so they can understand the work they are trying to do. Those of you getting on this kid have no idea what his home environment was. For him to get the work done shows me he has a good work ethic. I'm excited about this new Husker. JR didn't have much hype coming out of HS. He certainly didn't have his numbers or size

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I am excited to see Jayiin. I will take 2* guys who DREAMED of playing for Nebraska whom had to work for what he got (academically), rather than a 4* that someone had to "convince" he wants to be here.

 

Welcome aboard and good luck Jaylin. Thank you for dreaming and staying true to your in-state school !

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One of my co-workers said "Jaylin starts day one". I highly doubt that, as I think he redshirts. I think he'll have a bit of adjustment to the talent level, but he could turn the light on late.

 

That being said, I wouldn't be completely surprised to see him get snaps next year. He certainly fits the Newby mold more than any of our other backs. I'll have to go back to some of the tape of their games and see how he was in pass pro.

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I am excited to see Jayiin. I will take 2* guys who DREAMED of playing for Nebraska whom had to work for what he got (academically), rather than a 4* that someone had to "convince" he wants to be here.

 

Welcome aboard and good luck Jaylin. Thank you for dreaming and staying true to your in-state school !

 

You'd take 2*s over 4*s?

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I am excited to see Jayiin. I will take 2* guys who DREAMED of playing for Nebraska whom had to work for what he got (academically), rather than a 4* that someone had to "convince" he wants to be here.

 

Welcome aboard and good luck Jaylin. Thank you for dreaming and staying true to your in-state school !

You'd take 2*s over 4*s?

after going 0-4 today we are back to the old argument that stars dont matter

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I am excited to see Jayiin. I will take 2* guys who DREAMED of playing for Nebraska whom had to work for what he got (academically), rather than a 4* that someone had to "convince" he wants to be here.

 

Welcome aboard and good luck Jaylin. Thank you for dreaming and staying true to your in-state school !

 

You'd take 2*s over 4*s?

 

He's only a 2* because of academic issues. He's without a doubt the best player in the state and 24/7 doesn't even have him rated. Bradley is high 3*/ low 4* talent IMO.

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I am excited to see Jayiin. I will take 2* guys who DREAMED of playing for Nebraska whom had to work for what he got (academically), rather than a 4* that someone had to "convince" he wants to be here.

 

Welcome aboard and good luck Jaylin. Thank you for dreaming and staying true to your in-state school !

You'd take 2*s over 4*s?

He's only a 2* because of academic issues. He's without a doubt the best player in the state and 24/7 doesn't even have him rated. Bradley is high 3*/ low 4* talent IMO.

 

But he's not until he is. Anyone will acknowledge that his stats are bonkers, but if there is a player out there with the talent of a 4 star running back (which is rare, academics or not) the services will rate them. Just trying not to set the kid up for failure before he gets to school. He's good backup and a bridge between Bryant and what is hopefully TJ Pledger. Nothing wrong with that

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I am excited to see Jayiin. I will take 2* guys who DREAMED of playing for Nebraska whom had to work for what he got (academically), rather than a 4* that someone had to "convince" he wants to be here.

 

Welcome aboard and good luck Jaylin. Thank you for dreaming and staying true to your in-state school !

You'd take 2*s over 4*s?

He's only a 2* because of academic issues. He's without a doubt the best player in the state and 24/7 doesn't even have him rated. Bradley is high 3*/ low 4* talent IMO.

 

But he's not until he is. Anyone will acknowledge that his stats are bonkers, but if there is a player out there with the talent of a 4 star running back (which is rare, academics or not) the services will rate them. Just trying not to set the kid up for failure before he gets to school. He's good backup and a bridge between Bryant and what is hopefully TJ Pledger. Nothing wrong with that

 

2* means that he is D1 talent, but has not been evaluated. They probably thought he was going the Juco route, so skipped him. This is one of those guys who recruiting ratings means absolutely nothing.

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Who cares what he's rated, the kid can flat out ball. We should be happy he wasn't rated higher, otherwise there would have been plenty of schools after his services. He stayed under the radar, we stayed loyal, and he has he opportunity to be a very good player.

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Who cares what he's rated, the kid can flat out ball. We should be happy he wasn't rated higher, otherwise there would have been plenty of schools after his services. He stayed under the radar, we stayed loyal, and he has he opportunity to be a very good player.

AMEN!

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He was rated low because he wasn't able to participate in camps which then lead to him not getting noticed nationally. The schools that did show interest were scared off by his grades. But he busted his ass and got the necessary grades.

 

We should be praising this kid and not bitching about his low ranking. He's the best RB from this state in a long time.

 

The stupidity of some of our fans never ceases to amaze me.

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He was rated low because he wasn't able to participate in camps which then lead to him not getting noticed nationally. The schools that did show interest were scared off by his grades. But he busted his ass and got the necessary grades.

We should be praising this kid and not bitching about his low ranking. He's the best RB from this state in a long time.

The stupidity of some of our fans never ceases to amaze me.

Agreed. He has great tape. His cuts and vision are excellent.

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I am excited to see Jayiin. I will take 2* guys who DREAMED of playing for Nebraska whom had to work for what he got (academically), rather than a 4* that someone had to "convince" he wants to be here.

 

Welcome aboard and good luck Jaylin. Thank you for dreaming and staying true to your in-state school !

You'd take 2*s over 4*s?

He's only a 2* because of academic issues. He's without a doubt the best player in the state and 24/7 doesn't even have him rated. Bradley is high 3*/ low 4* talent IMO.

 

But he's not until he is. Anyone will acknowledge that his stats are bonkers, but if there is a player out there with the talent of a 4 star running back (which is rare, academics or not) the services will rate them. Just trying not to set the kid up for failure before he gets to school. He's good backup and a bridge between Bryant and what is hopefully TJ Pledger. Nothing wrong with that

 

 

Good to see you already have his career mapped out for him. Have you let Jaylin know of his certain mediocrity at the next level?

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I am excited to see Jayiin. I will take 2* guys who DREAMED of playing for Nebraska whom had to work for what he got (academically), rather than a 4* that someone had to "convince" he wants to be here.

 

Welcome aboard and good luck Jaylin. Thank you for dreaming and staying true to your in-state school !

You'd take 2*s over 4*s?

He's only a 2* because of academic issues. He's without a doubt the best player in the state and 24/7 doesn't even have him rated. Bradley is high 3*/ low 4* talent IMO.

 

But he's not until he is. Anyone will acknowledge that his stats are bonkers, but if there is a player out there with the talent of a 4 star running back (which is rare, academics or not) the services will rate them. Just trying not to set the kid up for failure before he gets to school. He's good backup and a bridge between Bryant and what is hopefully TJ Pledger. Nothing wrong with that

 

 

Good to see you already have his career mapped out for him. Have you let Jaylin know of his certain mediocrity at the next level?

 

Cleary gorp has never seen Jaylin play, the kid is no backup.

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I personally hope he's the next Ameer or better yet the first Jaylin! I could care less what he's ranked, sounds like he busted his butt and has the goods to bring it on the field.

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I am excited to see Jayiin. I will take 2* guys who DREAMED of playing for Nebraska whom had to work for what he got (academically), rather than a 4* that someone had to "convince" he wants to be here.

 

Welcome aboard and good luck Jaylin. Thank you for dreaming and staying true to your in-state school !

You'd take 2*s over 4*s?

He's only a 2* because of academic issues. He's without a doubt the best player in the state and 24/7 doesn't even have him rated. Bradley is high 3*/ low 4* talent IMO.

Well I don't know that's actually true, but I think I know what you mean.

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I think it is a damn shame we are all speculating on why his grades were a problem, instead of talking about his abilities and what he brings to this program or what our program can offer him with such educational struggles. Putting blame on the past and something we don't know about is pointless. Let's move forward on this thread out of respect for Jaylin and let's talk about his abilities. His abilities and his commitment are being overshadowed by everyone wanting to just talk about his grades.... smh

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I didn't mean backup as in bench guy, that was my fault for being unclear. I was referring to RB not being a pressing need and being able to focus energy elsewhere this cycle. I hope he breaks every rushing record the Huskers have. His success bodes well for how HS players in the state are perceived. But I just think labelling a kid with speculative stars sets them up for inevitable failure.

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I didn't mean backup as in bench guy, that was my fault for being unclear. I was referring to RB not being a pressing need and being able to focus energy elsewhere this cycle. I hope he breaks every rushing record the Huskers have. His success bodes well for how HS players in the state are perceived. But I just think labelling a kid with speculative stars sets them up for inevitable failure.

Welcome to recruiting.

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He was rated low because he wasn't able to participate in camps which then lead to him not getting noticed nationally. The schools that did show interest were scared off by his grades. But he busted his ass and got the necessary grades.

 

I do think there are reasons why he isn't really rated and he'll probably get a (better) rating now.

 

But he did go to the Rivals camp. There's video of it a page or two back.

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He was rated low because he wasn't able to participate in camps which then lead to him not getting noticed nationally. The schools that did show interest were scared off by his grades. But he busted his ass and got the necessary grades.

I do think there are reasons why he isn't really rated and he'll probably get a (better) rating now.

 

But he did go to the Rivals camp. There's video of it a page or two back.

Well really if you believe the conspiracy theories if you commit to Nebraska your ranking will drop.

 

One camp in your senior season isn't going to get you rated. Other players go to camps throughout their HS career.

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He was rated low because he wasn't able to participate in camps which then lead to him not getting noticed nationally. The schools that did show interest were scared off by his grades. But he busted his ass and got the necessary grades.

I do think there are reasons why he isn't really rated and he'll probably get a (better) rating now.

 

But he did go to the Rivals camp. There's video of it a page or two back.

Well really if you believe the conspiracy theories if you commit to Nebraska your ranking will drop.

 

One camp in your senior season isn't going to get you rated. Other players go to camps throughout their HS career.

 

I don't.

 

And I don't think you have to go to a lot of camps. Other players do but not all of them.

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He was rated low because he wasn't able to participate in camps which then lead to him not getting noticed nationally. The schools that did show interest were scared off by his grades. But he busted his ass and got the necessary grades.

 

We should be praising this kid and not bitching about his low ranking. He's the best RB from this state in a long time.

 

The stupidity of some of our fans never ceases to amaze me.

Could argue Calvin Strong was the best rb in the state over the last five years and I don't know why he wasn't offered. Regardless, I will take Jaylin any day of the week and I bet he continues to work hard on his grades as well as work hard on the field.

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He was rated low because he wasn't able to participate in camps which then lead to him not getting noticed nationally. The schools that did show interest were scared off by his grades. But he busted his ass and got the necessary grades.

 

We should be praising this kid and not bitching about his low ranking. He's the best RB from this state in a long time.

 

The stupidity of some of our fans never ceases to amaze me.

Could argue Calvin Strong was the best rb in the state over the last five years and I don't know why he wasn't offered. Regardless, I will take Jaylin any day of the week and I bet he continues to work hard on his grades as well as work hard on the field.

 

Pretty sure Strong had grade issues as well.

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He was rated low because he wasn't able to participate in camps which then lead to him not getting noticed nationally. The schools that did show interest were scared off by his grades. But he busted his ass and got the necessary grades.

 

We should be praising this kid and not bitching about his low ranking. He's the best RB from this state in a long time.

 

The stupidity of some of our fans never ceases to amaze me.

Could argue Calvin Strong was the best rb in the state over the last five years and I don't know why he wasn't offered. Regardless, I will take Jaylin any day of the week and I bet he continues to work hard on his grades as well as work hard on the field.

Pretty sure Strong had grade issues as well.

And other off-field issues.

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