Discussion in 'Buckeye Football' started by wadc45, Feb 16, 2012.
It's because he didn't commit somewhere else. So there's still a chance for Michigan
If his cover skills are second to none, why couldn't he play both sides a la Gamble?
Or does he only want to play one side?
So the Canton Rep article said that Ohio State was telling him he could be a receiver? That makes perfect sense to me. Given that tOSU seems to still be light on receivers and given that tOSU already has 2 highly rated corners give strong verbals, I can see why tOSU is recruiting him as a receiver. Linebacker, O-line, receiver - positions of need. I think I get it now. If Conley is not making it as a receiver and if tOSU runs short on corners, then hey, there is always the option for Conley to go back to corner if he wants.
If he commits, I can see him being used like a Chris Gamble type like Coqui said above. He'll come in a "wide out" but I'm sure he'll see both sides of the ball. Like Roby, it certainly helps if you can catch the ball as a DB because he has good hands.
Mike's right...the title specificially says "Massillon's Conley might be wavering on Michigan commitment" when in fact he has decommitted from them.
I know. Just saying, maybe it was worded that way because he hasn't commited elsewhere?
Never thought I'd see that.
I know, right?
He's a better corner prospect, think it's the coaches just telling him what he wants to hear like Jalin.
Still have Gibson, Quick, Elder out there; I see a greater secondary need. Conley isn't a safety which is the bigger need but he gives us better options and can move Cam to safety. Plus we aren't in on any highly rated 2014 corners yet so Conley would be a big get.
BN$--Conley Heads To Ohio State Today
Gareon's Mom confirms they are still visiting starting tonight.
wonder if he'll stay late enough on Friday to watch your guy's celebration at St Johns. That would be a nice little end cap for him and the visit.
No his team has a basketball game on Friday night.
Thought he was out due to injury? Ankle sprain?
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