Discussion in 'Football Recruiting' started by Hodgepodge, Nov 20, 2012.
That should be quite a contrast, there were a ton of empty seats the week Oklahoma, was the visiting team.
Ozone - Buckeyes in Early for Next St. Ignatius Star
buckeye empire - Empire Q&A: Kyle Berger
BN $ - OSU Sitting Pretty With 4-Star LB
By BK...recaps his Sunday visit to OSU...spent time with Coach Fickell and is looking at going pre-med...also talking to MSU, Stanford and Tennessee.
Scout $ - Top Junior "Blown Away" By OSU
By The Bank...says he and his family were really impressed with OSU...wants to commit before his senior season.
It would be cool if he came in and majored in Molecular Genetics.
Seems like a great kid. I watched his film all the way through for the first time...really impressed with how he plays so downhill and takes great angles to wrap up the bal carrier. I think unionfutura legitimately expressed concern with taking too many athletes to play LB instead of purer LBs. Berger is the antithesis of that concern. You can tell he is really well coached and plays with fundamental. He is also a great athlete (outruns the St. Iggy secondary to make a tackle on a big run) and has an outstanding frame to bulk up with and I could easily see him growing into the LEO position, especially with how comfortable he is coming off the edge. Reminds me quite a bit of Bobby Carpenter, especially if he adds the good weight. Berger would be a great addition to this class...really brings a different skill set to the table than our other potential commits (Booker, McMillan, and Garrett). It will be really interesting to see how the staff sees all those players fitting together if they do indeed all end up at OSU.
Scout $ - Recruiting Run Continues For Berger
PSU offered in the morning, Michigan in the afternoon...hopes to visit after his basketball season.
Scout $ - Ohio 2014 LB Kyle Berger Update
By Berk...Coach Hoke was at his basketball game but didn't get to speak to him...talks about OSU, Michigan, MSU and wants to hear from Stanford.
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