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  • Re: Julius Irvin, 4* 2018 DB, Anaheim (Servite), CA (Offered)

    I remember Papa Irving raving about the UW coaches in the Summer. Has this all been a ploy for USC attention?

    It really is frustrating that these high end players don’t realize how low risk of a decision UW is. The worst case scenario is you go 9-4 under Pete.

    They will get good coaching. The program is organized. The coaches care about the players and stay on them. The rules are consistent. Other schools are playing Victor and keeping Peters on the team. UW is a good school. Pete puts guys in the NFL. Fan base could be better, but is best in the PAC 12. Seattle is a real city.

    I know that last paragraph is doogish, but it’s true. Kids are dumb and that’s fine, but parents and high school coaches should understand and consider some of this, especially the ones not getting money under the table. I can’t fault kids and their families for that.
    RhythmicSlappingDawgdncFremontTrollhuskyhooliganNeighbor2972
  • Re: Stacking Classes, Building Depth

    I’m going to make a drunken, bold Pumpy prediction that Otton moves to D. Throw him in the mix at Buck/Sam.

    He probably won’t tho because he’s likely a more willing blocker than Bryant and he will certainly be a better one than Culp will initially be.

    Since I hedged my bet, I’ll be right either way.
    Just what we need. Another white guy trying to rush the QB. Should we move our slowest offensive line recruit MJ Ale to DT as well?
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    What?
    Ballzdeep I am 6'5" 260 lbs. Former Army Ranger and college basketball player. You really don't want any in real life. You are little more than a cowardly pussy.
    dncWeakarmCobrajhfstyle24RhythmicSlappingDawgUWhuskytskeetNorwegianHusky
  • Re: Stacking Classes, Building Depth

    I’m going to make a drunken, bold Pumpy prediction that Otton moves to D. Throw him in the mix at Buck/Sam.

    He probably won’t tho because he’s likely a more willing blocker than Bryant and he will certainly be a better one than Culp will initially be.

    Since I hedged my bet, I’ll be right either way.
    TequillaRhythmicSlappingDawgdncguntlovebiak1Peterman
  • Re: For Those Who Actually Watch Film

    How do Stanley and Hampton compare? Appear to physically
    be similar. Does Stanley have an upside comparable to Hampton?
    Stanley is a nice looking athlete who moves nimbly. A guy who probably would be good eventually for us, but doesn't have great instincts. DDY2. Right in the middle.

    Hampton, who I was meh on until I saw him as a senior, is a totally different level. He's the #2 corner in the west (according to me, Coker and some other smart people) and his body and agility are rare. The guy has crazy instincts and fast twitch movement. He's a DDY3 and what I think would be close to a 5* guy.

    Stanley is a guy you take because you see athleticism and you think you can turn it into a DB.

    Hampton is a guy who - if he can get to 200 lbs - will look like Patrick Peterson.
    So can Stanley get to Kevin King territory?
    dude you realize that king was one top 40 players drafted last year? those guys dont just grow on trees
    I'm talking about Kevin King who came in pretty
    lightly regarded as a recruit. Could he have the same
    trajectory considering the quality of coaching he will
    receive?
    Many people here forget that King came in weighing like 150 lbs and inspired the term "Long Neck"

    FYI at the NFL combine he weighed in at 200lbs and had the top CB time for 3 cone, 20yrd shuttle, 60yrd shuttle, and the 2nd best Vert.

    Dude went from a nobody 3 star tall JAG playing CB because he was too weak to play safety to an amazing college CB and so-far a pretty good NFL CB.

    Perfect example of scouting an athlete, developing, and coaching a guy that would have likely just disappeared if left to squander natural ability at SDSU or Cal
    King had pretty bad instincts at safety because he had played corner in high school. I remember him getting absolutely burned by Paul Richardson as a true freshman.

    Most hated him during Pete’s first year too. It wasn’t until the middle of his junior year that we started recognizing he was good.
    RhythmicSlappingDawgdncwhuggyguntloveSwayeHouhuskyNEsnake12JECARPurpleReignbananasnblondesMad_Son
  • Re: BUT WE WANT COACHES WHO CAN COACH!! NOT JUST RECRUITERS!!!

    Think about this my friends... after two years of recruiting Togiai, they don't even let Malloe get his last in home.

    And they SURPRISE Urbs and LJ with a commitment.

    This is basically like courting a girl for years and she's going to make her decision, she invites you over tea Thursday to make your final pitch.

    Then you find out the prior night she put on her best lingerie, got all made up and lost her virginity to some other guy.

    And she texts you 'sorry, it's over'.

    lol
    Good lord, you’re writing teen drama screenplay pitches. I could see this being on Lifetime. I did laugh.

    Next we find out the girl was pregnant and unsure whether the baby is Urbs or Johnson’s.
    SwayedncguntloveRhythmicSlappingDawgMad_Son