« on: January 24, 2015, 04:54:04 PM »
as always, out with a whimper.
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Tweeted this but thought I'd pass it along...
Solid weekend at #KState on tap with at least 6 visitors like in-state S Darreon Jackson, juco WR Camion Patrick and ATH Darreyl Patterson. Other names expected have already been reported such as Kyle Ball, Evan Curl, Aulelio Olomua, G.G. Robinson, and expect some walk-on names to pop up, too.
Why can't they have it at the Bill?
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Guys, didn't we have a number of guys in this weekend? It is now Tuesday, and no new commits? We have a small number of commits, and if we don't get more, or if some guys decommit, I am going to be all in the next few weeks.
it is going to hurt so bad when Mo Barry decommits, really hoping rest of the GA Cats don't as well.
It's the rebounding and defense too though. He's a 6'4" power forward with limited physical tools but he is effective in a big 5 conference. He's like every Kansas 5 and 6A big but he's made himself into a quality D1 contributor, its odd.
And this is when the class implodes.
Barry to the U. And the Georgia contingent most likely gone as well, with the chance that we hold on to Zuber.
http://247sports.com/Player/Carlos-Strickland-28086 is back on the market.
Sometimes 4* players suck.Alabama problems
Can anyone copy and paste? tia
LHC Bill Snyder doesn't care about recruiting rankings. He has made a living out of taking three-stars high school recruits and turning them into five-star players by the time they graduate. The same is true with the 2015 class. The Wildcats don't have a single ESPN 300 recruit, but insiders in Manhattan, Kansas, feel good about the crop of high school talent coming in.Key losses: QB Jake Waters, WR Tyler Lockett, WR Curry Sexton, OC BJ Finney, DE Ryan Mueller, LB Jonathan Truman, S Randall Evans.
Instant impact freshman: Few true freshman see the field early on for LHC Bill Snyder, but the Wildcats coveted cornerback Duke Shelley out of Georgia. With nickelback Evans departing, there will be an opportunity for Shelley to compete for early playing time if he's ready. He's got all the tools, and even if he doesn't play from Day 1, many expect him to have a bright future.
Top 2015 recruits: It was a good year locally, and the Wildcats cashed in with commitments from five of state of Kansas' top nine players. Running back Alex Barnes was a big recruiting victory for the Wildcats over Minnesota, and he's a big-bodied running back that Snyder will love to work with. In-state quarterback Alex Delton put up big numbers as a senior and will bring back memories of other dual-threat quarterbacks that have done well in the K-State system. Local offensive linemen Scott Frantz and Evan Applegate were also key gets.
Questions for signing day: The Wildcats have been toying with whether or not they want to heavily pursue a junior-college quarterback. K-State has offered a few quarterbacks, but then decided not to pursue them heavily. We might have a clearer answer coming out of bowl practices if they feel Waters' current backups are ready for next season or if they need to get other guys in the mix to add depth.
QuoteKellis Robinett @KellisRobinett · 8h 8 hours ago
Asked for a memory of Tyler Lockett, Dante Barnett recalls he invited everyone on their junior team to his birthday party, except for him.
I bet Bob takes an NFL gig for a big raise.