Discussion in 'Buckeye Football' started by MD Buckeye, Mar 6, 2012.
I disagree, they can get both
I hope so. If Dontre chooses tOSU, next years' team will not be short of any playmakers.
On paper, yes. Still dont know what any of the frosh will do on the field yet. But hope its as good as advertised
He wants to announce his decision on Sunday after Texas visit (according to his coach)...
ESPN 150 RB plans visit; decision date set- ESPN.com
I interpret this to mean that he has his mind already made up, and the Texas visit is perfunctory. Otherwise, he would allow time to painstake over Texas.
Free Rivals - Mind of Mike: Breaking a commitment?
Obviously this hasn't been updated to reflect he is visiting Texas this weekend...
Wilson would be a great addition to this team. With Marshall and Wilson, we'd finally have some playmakers to line up in the slot after Jordan Hall and Corey Brown are gone.
It would be nice to get both but I don't want Wilson @ the expense of losing Zeke. They both look like super talented recruits and who am I to say which one will be better than the other. but I really do think Zeke is a good fit in this offense. Very versatile and can give us many different options that teams will have to prepare for down the road.
well, seems like he and elliot are doing the same thing...
committed players looking at a new school..
people said if elliot was making a "decision" then it would mean he was flipping to mizzou..but elliot just said, "signing day ceremony" or something to that extent...so people think he is all buckeye...
so....since dontre is "choosing a school" on signing day, does this make it seem like he's flipping
Also, from Alex at 11W:
Does anyone remember if there were similar comments, maybe from 11W sources, about hearing the same thing a few days before NSD last year? Maybe about either Kyle Dodson or Jamal Marcus? I tried to find something but couldn't.
There were similar reports about the staff's confidence in landing Dorian Johnson from earlier this year. I get the impression that this staff projects confidence in everything they do, so reports like that seem meaningless.
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