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LS Bryce Haynes (official thread)

Discussion in 'Buckeye Alumni' started by starBUCKS, Dec 6, 2010.

  1. starBUCKS

    starBUCKS BPCFFB League #2 League Champion 2008 & 2010

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    HT: 6'4"
    WT: 185 lbs
    OTHER OFFERS: UNC, Arkansas, Utah St.
    Great Academics

    http://ohiostate.scout.com/2/1028969.html

    Per Bill Greene, was called and offered by tOSU strictly as a long snapper, visiting on Dec 17th. Doesn't know much about tOSU, besides they are one of top teams every year.


    http://www.chrissailerkicking.com/top-recruits/2099/PlayerProfile.html


    [ame="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cutkZ4qjDMI"]YouTube - Bryce Haynes Long Snapping Video[/ame]
     
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  2. Meyer

    Meyer Junior

    LOL?????? Weird....
     
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  3. certainly has the test scores to follow in the brains that tress likes at the position, one has to wonder looking at the kid if he has a frame to be 240-265 though. certainly has velocity on his ball. i guess scholie ls prove that the point is the most important play in football...
     
  4. jwinslow

    jwinslow You know... not... GOOD! Staff Member

    McQuaide is 234.
    Norman was 6' 230.

    He looks like he should be able to get to 220ish if not more.
     
  5. BuckTwenty

    BuckTwenty Parties with Pete Johnson's Beard

    If we were to get him, all we'd need then is a punter.
     
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  6. MililaniBuckeye

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

    I'm 6'0" even and I was 140-145 in high school when I was 5'10". When I was lifting regularly on my own I got up to 220 and have been as heavy as 231 with a small gut. This kid is four inches taller and with our S&C program I'd bet he could eventually reach 230-240 with it all being good weight.
     
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  7. korchiki

    korchiki Junior

    Could he start as a freshmen? :wink:
     
  8. wadc45

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

    Rubio Long Snapper Bryce Haynes Article

     
  9. TheStoicPaisano

    TheStoicPaisano But I didn't, so it doesn't

    Lightest long snapper in the NFL is at 6-4, 226 (Morgan Cox/BAL), I think Haynes would be OK if he redshirts.
    Rubio and Chris Sailer sort of overhype some of their guys but the offers tell the stories here.

    Link below has the measurables for all of the NFL long snappers...you'll find about half under 250.

    http://longsnap.files.wordpress.com/2010/11/wk12-20101.pdf
     
  10. GrizzlyBuck

    GrizzlyBuck Junior

    Wow, whenever I see something like this, I fall back to, in Tress we trust. If the staff thinks this offer helps, and a commit will help take tOSU to a higher level, who am I to question. I have never paid too much attention to long snapping, you only notice when there is a problem, this kid's form does look like a thing of beauty, and the ball scoots back there, he also has a nice offer list, so... besides at 185, the kid is already bigger than half of scUM's squad, and he's not vertically challenged.
     
  11. gracelhink

    gracelhink Senior '13 Bowl Pick Champ

    Physical size is not as important for snappers at the NCAA level. They are not immune from protection responsibilities, but have some protection by NCAA rule forbidding any defender from contact for a period of one second after the ball is snapped.

    Rule 9-1-2-o states: When a team is in scrimmage kick formation, a defensive player may not initiate contact with the snapper until one second has elapsed after the snap. The snapper has one second to snap the ball and then position himself to block, protect himself or to release down field. Other players who have special protection from being roughed are the Holder, Kicker and passer.

    There was some conversation about this in a game day thread when tOSU had a FG blocked and the rush came through the center position.
    Re. the listed weight of Mr. Haynes, in my humble IMO is not irrelevant but not as high a priority as the 45 mph accurate rocket launch he is capable of consistently producing.
     
  12. OneBuckeye

    OneBuckeye Junior

    Interesting offer with the number of scholarships available and recruits OSU is still chasing.

    Does anyone know the last time we offered and recruited a long snapper, instead of going the walkon to scholarship route?
     
  13. A waste IMO....
     
  14. y0yoyoin

    y0yoyoin That is a serious injury for Willis McGahee

    agreed
     
  15. matcar

    matcar Mostly banned

    Who was the last long snapper we offered?
     

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