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2013 '13 KY WR James Quick (Louisville Verbal)

Discussion in 'Football Recruiting' started by MD Buckeye, Apr 3, 2012.

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  1. jbawjbaw

    jbawjbaw Newbie

    I don't know why but "changed his mind last night" made me literally LOL.
  2. redguard117

    redguard117 Junior

    Honestly, I normally agree with everyone who says "one game won't make a difference" but you have to look at the situation here.

    So far, most people said he's been either 50/50 between us and Louisville or leaning towards Louisville. And in choosing between us and them, he's choosing between the elite, premier program with unrivaled resources, and the hometown school he's always rooted for and for which I believe his father played for.

    So the main arguments in favor of us in terms of football are superior opportunities, better athletes around him who will push him further, and the chance to play for NCs and Rose Bowls.

    In this scenario, I can see Louisville's victory being more important than just any other big win because it showed that Louisville can compete with the big dogs. If Louisville can beat Florida, the #2 SEC team, then our main advantage in his eyes is probably diminished. That win IMO showed Quick that he won't be sacrificing the opportunities/resources/NCs he thought he would, by going to Louisville.

    I'm not saying I agree with that thought process, as I personally believe OSU offers a lot more than Louisville both on and off the field. However, for a player who's probably looking for a reason to play for his hometown school, I think it makes sense that Louisville beating Florida was more important than some of us believed.

    Sorry for the wall of text. Of course, if he announces for us I'm going to look like a massive idiot. Something I'm really hoping for :biggrin:
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  3. ant80

    ant80 Think less, feel more.

  4. Smudger

    Smudger You've got to stick to your principles.

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    Best of luck, James.
  5. osugrad21

    osugrad21 Capo Regime Staff Member

    Best of luck James.
  6. buckeyescott11

    buckeyescott11 Sophmore

    That was a Quick title change.
  7. MililaniBuckeye

    MililaniBuckeye Pork cue pine Tech Admin

    Quickest thread title edit ever... :lol:
  8. JonBenke

    JonBenke Newbie

    Wow, I'm shocked .. anyone else think Louisville's clobbering of Florida helped them in the end?
  9. ArmyVet83

    ArmyVet83 Prepare yourselves. For now, I summon...the end!

    Most of us knew this would be his choice. Staying home was too STRONG!
  10. Sportsbuck28

    Sportsbuck28 Here comes the BOOM

    Wish him nothing but the best at Louisville. Very respectful, his parents should be very proud of the young man they raised. Good luck James!
  11. Buckeye Nut

    Buckeye Nut Junior

    Answer to the question is no. Louisville led all along. Everybody's final prediction I saw was Louisville. He committed to his hometown and alma mater of his parents. What's there to be shocked about?
  12. TooTallMenardo

    TooTallMenardo Hug it out

    Not shocked at all by this decision. The rumblings we heard before the weekend were just recruiting hype. Best of luck to you in Louisville, I'll be pulling for you to succeed.
  13. Mike80

    Mike80 make it happen

    Nope. Not shocked in the least.
  14. BearBuck27

    BearBuck27 Game Day!!!

    Best of luck, James!
  15. OGWheels

    OGWheels Original Flavor

    Yep...good luck to him at Louisville...can't ever blame a kid for staying home and playing for the hometown school, especially one off a BCS Bowl victory with a dynamic QB and head coach.
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