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2010 '10 GA WR Tai-ler Jones (Notre Dame Verbal)

Discussion in 'Football Recruiting' started by osugrad21, Dec 8, 2008.

  1. xcrunner

    xcrunner Junior

    I think ours is much more favorable, at least at first impression. Georgia's is filled with top WR's in the country, definite 5*... I could be wrong but I believe we only have one 5*, in Posey? We have a ton of 4* studs, but not good enough (or, more accurately, not rated highly enough) to make someone like Jones too scared.
  2. OregonBuckeye

    OregonBuckeye Semper Fi Buckeyes

    I looked at their scout rankings and I don't see much of a difference. Both schools have recruited about the same.
  3. Buckskin86

    Buckskin86 Moderator

    UGA makes up ground quickly with Gainesville WR Tai-ler Jones | AJC College Sports Recruiting
  4. korchiki

    korchiki Junior

    This could probably be split but over the last year or so the recruiting job of Jim Harbaugh has been pretty impressive. Stanford could really make a push to be more competitive in the PAC-10 in years to come.
  5. southcampus

    southcampus Go Bucks

    I disagree. We are VERY thin at split end which is where Jones would play if I'm not mistaken. At slot, we have guys for days but we only have Posey and Carter at SE, you might put T Washington in there but I'm not sure.
  6. OregonBuckeye

    OregonBuckeye Semper Fi Buckeyes

    Are you Duane Long? That's like word for word what he said. :biggrin:
  7. Clevbuck

    Clevbuck Newbie

  8. MililaniBuckeye

    MililaniBuckeye The satanic soulless freight train that is Ohio St Staff Member Tech Admin

    We will have nine currently-on-roster WRs, with Small graduating, when Jones staps on campus...of those, only Sanzenbacher and Posey have significant PT. Thomas and Washington have been used only occasionally, Torrence has been moved mainly to CB for now, and Schwartz has seen little time on field other than special teams. Stoneburner has yet to see the field and Carter, Fields, and Jackson are just coming in. I'd say the chances of Jones getting at least some PT as a true freshman, ala Sanzenbacher and Washington in 2007 and Posey and Thomas in 2008, are pretty decent.
  9. southcampus

    southcampus Go Bucks

    Nope, but it's not secret how thin we are at SE and how deep we are at slot. Do you disagree with that or what?
    But you are right, I read Duane say how thin we are at SE and I agree. Tai-ler is a split end I think, so really, we are very thing at SE.
  10. OregonBuckeye

    OregonBuckeye Semper Fi Buckeyes

    Hmm, I think it's overblown and really not that big of a deal. WR is still WR. And Tai-ler seems versatile enough to play either slot or split end.
  11. Sportsbuck28

    Sportsbuck28 Here comes the BOOM

    Pretty good sized difference between a SE and a slot.
  12. southcampus

    southcampus Go Bucks

    I guess I will just have to agree to disagree with you then. Tai-ler is a guy that can run all the routes and beat you deep. That's a true split end. We only have two of them, both unproven. In my eyes, that makes us thin.
  13. Duane thinks we are short at every position. He's always been an advocate of recruiting more linemen. He said we didn't have enough safeties. And now WRs. The fact of the matter is, we only have 85 to give, and you have to work with that.
  14. MD Buckeye

    MD Buckeye BP Soft Verbal Staff Member BP Recruiting Team Bookie '13&14 BPCFFB II Champ

    College Football Recruiting On the Trail 2010 - ESPN

  15. MONTbigBuck

    MONTbigBuck Sophmore

    For those more in the know than I am; any chance the Bucks would encourage using an official visit for the spring game with Jones, or even Montana for that matter? Both these guys keep reiterating that they will make an early decision, and if they aren't coming in on their own dime, it would seem very prudent to promote maximum exposure to OSU, pulling out all the stops before they committ someplace else. I would hate to loose out on any early committing athlete because he didn't have the resources to get to OSU, when we still had an official in the holster.

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