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RB Daniel "Boom" Herron (Official Thread)

Discussion in 'Buckeye Alumni' started by Highstreet, Mar 5, 2005.

  1. Worm02

    Worm02 Sophmore

    Dan was recently offered by Indiana & Michigan State.
     
  2. OSUBasketballJunkie

    OSUBasketballJunkie Never Forget 31-0

    scout.com$

    2/4/06

    Illinois, Michigan State, and Boston College have offered. Indiana is reportedly close to offering as well. Ohio State, Penn State, Michigan, Miami(FL), Pittsburgh, Syracuse, Notre Dame, and USC are schools he is interested in. Will attend camp at tOSU.
     
  3. Warren Raider

    Warren Raider Newbie

    According to Worm 02 Dan could be getting a big time offer next week.
     
  4. BearBuck27

    BearBuck27 Game Day!!!

    From whom?:tongue2: I hope it's not scUM. You tease.
     
  5. 808 Buck

    808 Buck Senior Upset Picks Winner

    It can't be Michigan. He specifically said a "big time offer." Here's hoping he becomes a Buck.
     
  6. Warren Raider

    Warren Raider Newbie

    If it is OSU look for him to possibly commit. I know that he wants to go to Ohio State is leaning toward the Buckeyeys right now.
     
  7. OSUBasketballJunkie

    OSUBasketballJunkie Never Forget 31-0

    Rivals.com$ (Illinois site)

    2/6/06

    Illinois, Michigan State, Boston College and a few MAC schools have offered. Ohio State, Pitt, Syracuse, Notre Dame, Michigan, Penn State and Miami (Fla.) are in contact. Herron's brother attends Michigan State. Location is not a factor but playing time is a concern.
     
  8. Worm02

    Worm02 Sophmore

    In a test done earlier this week, Dan did 14 reps of 225.
     
  9. Warren Raider

    Warren Raider Newbie

    Michigan is the school that is about to offer to Dan Herron. He will probably get that offer this week.
     
  10. Any talk of an offer from us.
     
  11. Warren Raider

    Warren Raider Newbie

    I think when Michigan offers we may counter that offer with a buckeye offer. We did the same thing with Mario manigham. Michigan offered first then Ohio State offered.
     
  12. wadc45

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

    That seems to happen more often with kids in-state than out-of-state. Take Larimore for example...we offer and two days later Michigan offers. Historically it seems to be the reverse when it comes to kids in Ohio, so you very well may be right about this.
     
    Fungo Squiggly likes this.
  13. Or we could let him go to michigan, b/c they also have a rb in lansing they are suppossedly after and that would put us in the lead for Saine.
     
  14. westbuck04

    westbuck04 Wildcard, b*tches

    Exactly.

    scUM can have Herron if it means we get Saine. From what I've seen/heard about Herron, he doesn't seem like a "special" back; just a good HS player who is mercilessly pimped by Harding fans. If we take 2 backs, I'd like Saine and Simpson/Williams.
     
  15. Arrow22

    Arrow22 Newbie

    I dont know if I would go that far. I want the best possible players in the S&G, and if Herron is one of the best in the State I want him to be a Buck. I just hope we dont lose both to other schools. I really do not think the staff would be hopeful of a scenario like this. They will offer the guys who they see fitting their system, and if Herron is one of those guys he will get an offer.

    Fwiw I think the only films out there on Herron right now are his Soph. films.
     

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