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'06 OH WR Myles Trempe (Ball State signee)

Discussion in 'College Football' started by LordJeffBuck, Jan 29, 2005.

  1. LordJeffBuck

    LordJeffBuck Illuminatus Emeritus Staff Member BP Recruiting Team

    Myles Trempe


    Wide receiver
    St. Paris Graham
    Height: 6' 5"
    Weight: 185

    Because of his height and leaping ability, Myles is an intriguing prospect. Ohio State is his favorite school.

    St. Paris Graham is a Division III school in football; they are known for their marching band (linked below).

    St. Paris Graham

    The Dancin' Band from Falconland
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  2. bellebuk

    bellebuk Newbie

    This is probably a MAC level recruit, but you never know.
  3. DaytonBuck

    DaytonBuck I've always liked them

    Graham also has one of the best wrestling programs in Ohio
  4. HabaneroBuck

    HabaneroBuck Non-Nike Design

    Yeah, actually, Graham is a nationally-ranked wrestling program ever since Jeff Jordan (former 4-time state champ) took over as coach a few years ago. They were favored to end St. Ed's dual meet unbeaten streak in Ohio a few weeks ago, but came up dismally short....

    That being said, they have a very good basketball program this year (they are 14-2), and Myles Trempe is one of the leading scorers on the team. It is uncommon for a prospect from a rural community to become a Buckeye recruit, however. You get your occasional Donnie Nickey or Joel Penton, etc...always fun to follow these "underdogs."
  5. stxbuck

    stxbuck Woody wore Sambas

    Graham has a very solid football program, they are playoff contenders every year. The school I coach at beat them two years ago in the playoffs. Trempe would have been a sophmore then , but I didn't notice him if he played. I think it is important to have one or two kids from small town Ohio in every class-Hoobler, Penton, Spitler (even if Bellbrook is fast becoing another burb')-it maintains good relations w/ coaches, and keeps loyalty strong among fans-there will dads from places like Coldwater or Carrollton or Delphos telling their sons-"that kid comes from a place just like you"-and the kid remembers 8 years later when he is a stud player.
  6. OSUBasketballJunkie

    OSUBasketballJunkie Never Forget 31-0$


    Myles is mainly being recruited by the MAC schools. He recently received an offer from Kent State. Duke and North Carolina have shown an interest.
  7. gobucks19

    gobucks19 JT's #1 recruit

    Graham is my home school. Nice place but they play weak competition. Their offense ran alot [as most high schools do].

    I remember Myles from his freshman year, he was well over 6' then. He played well for a freshman but I can't say I saw him progress alot into his sophomore season. I moved away from the area last year so I didnt follow his junior year. I graduated with his older brother, Myles comes from a good family.

    I have no idea on his speed but you can't teach height like that. He will need to put on about 20-30 lbs to excel at the next level. I doubt he is tOSU material but suspect he might make a MAC school very happy.
  8. wadc45

    wadc45 Bourbon, Bow Ties and Baseball Hats Staff Member BP Recruiting Team

    Rivals $


    From Rivals100...Myles broke his collarbone during a pre-season scrimmage. He returned to the field in week 6 and his team went 5-0 after that. He has offers from Ball State and Kent. He is also considering Ohio and Miami (OH).
  9. jenkinswoody

    jenkinswoody I heart Wendy Peffercorn

    This dude can leap......Its pretty sick stuff. That being said, he is a very solid MAC level recruit. Considering who OSU could get, he'd be a reach IMO.
  10. The only thing is you can't teach height. I think he would be a huge pickup for say Miami(oh).
  11. OSUBucks22

    OSUBucks22 No touching!

    Could be the next Martin Nance....
  12. RB07OSU

    RB07OSU Senior Staff Member BP Recruiting Team

    I don't know if I have told anybody on the boards this but I am a junior ar Graham and play football with Myles and him and I are pretty good friends. He has actually already verballed to Ball State already(might wanna change the title to Ball St. Soft Verbal). He broke his collarbone against Miami Trace making a great catch it was just a freak landing on the shoulder. However he came back after 5 games and did very good for us. He is 6'5 205 right now and he does have some ups. Also has very good speed(4.5-4.6 range) and good hands. He also has hardly ever seen the weight room. However he has been hurt alot and he is not quite an OSU type prospect but very close. Miami Oh. did recruit him but Ball State offered early and Miami didn't counter so he soft verballed to Ball State. They said they would offer but when he broke his collarbone they didn't contact him the whole time. Then when he came back and tore it up they were going to probably offer him but he didn't like how they broke off contact when he was injured and Ball State was true to him. Purdue and Indiana were both recruiting him and were going to see him play untill he was hurt. He also is a good basketball player and if he changes his verbal from Ball State it will probably be because of a basketball offer but he will probably stick with his verbal to Ball State. He could really end up being a very good MAC player and he is a great person to be around.
    wadc45 likes this.
  13. Nickskin

    Nickskin Newbie

    So what you're saying is that when Ball State offered, he gave a "soft verbal". Meaning he told Ball State he would accept its offer but was looking for a better deal. Then, when he told Miami that he already gave a committment to Ball State they stopped recruiting him.

    Why would he give a committment if he inteded to look elsewhere?

    I've never understood that. Don't give your word if you aren't ready to commit!

    Then, after he gave his word, he was upset that Miami stopped recruiting him? If he wanted to go to Miami, why did he verbal to Ball State?
  14. wadc45

    wadc45 Bourbon, Bow Ties and Baseball Hats Staff Member BP Recruiting Team

    questions better answered by Myles himself. in the meantime, we can at least congratulate Myles on getting back on the field and performing well enough to garner an offer from Ball State.
  15. Nickskin

    Nickskin Newbie

    absolutely! tough injury to sustain and all the best at Ball State.

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