Discussion in 'Football Recruiting' started by MD Buckeye, Jun 4, 2013.
11W: STEPHEN COLLIER NOTE...
Great news! Might not be a 5* but the guy is certainly going all in. Good luck Mr. Collier.
Wow, this is GREAT news. The staff seems very high on his upside and he will have lots of time to develop. I like where this is trending!
Just another story about a kid that URBAN has recruited for our beloved Buckeyes, and there have been a few. I might be naive but I just can't remember the last time a "thug" was able to enroll early as so many have posted in response to his time at UF. Maybe it's time to realize that this just might be more of a SEC problem than an Urban Meyer one. It seems like we are getting some seriously high quality "student" athletes. Maybe, just maybe Urban's health as a coach in the BIG will allow him to coach for a decade or more.
A special thank you to Mr. Collier for making this post possible.
Never knew he played tight end. I've always felt like he could be a Jordan Reed or Trey Burton that came in as a QB but ultimately ended up elsewhere.
Wait so he has only had one year at the position??
Less than a year, actually. He beat out the returning starter a few games into the season.
I thought that at first as well. But now, after finding out that he played QB for only one year, I'm very intrigued about his future at QB. This upcoming senior season will be very big before he begins his college career.
I think he might turn out to be pretty amazing actually. He obviously earned his scholarship while taking instruction at camp. What I find interesting about him is that even though he might lack a ton of experience, he might also lack a bunch of "bad habits" that could hold some guys back when learning how the staff wants things done.
Not only did he earn a schollie at camp, but he was also invited to one of the most prestigious Football camps for HS QBs, in the elite 11. And still held his own, despite one year as a QB
That's what I'm saying. You take this QB that has one year of experience and before he develops any bad habits he gets elite coaching. If you think about it he could come in as a freshman with passing skills that exceed anyone that has come to Ohio State in a long time. Maybe I'm reading too much into it but I feel like we got a great kid at the perfect time in his development as a QB.
In the horseshoe, dreams do come true.
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