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beardedzeus
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re: Regarding some of the "booms" and the fluidity of recruiting


Guys, thanks for all of your info this recruiting season. Dont pay any attention to the haters.

Now.....whats the % chance of a change at OC?



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SpookeyTiger
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re: Regarding some of the "booms" and the fluidity of recruiting


Thanks to all who put in the effort to let us know what was coming. Ignore the haters, the 12 year old mentality and the whiners.

I don't have the time to do the research or watch the film on these players and I don't have any inside sources. So I appreciate those who keep us posted on what is happening and I realize NO ONE will get it 100% of the time.






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memphstigers23
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re: Regarding some of the "booms" and the fluidity of recruiting


quote:

beardedzeus

quote:

SpookeyTiger

These guys are going places



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wish i was tebow
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re: Regarding some of the "booms" and the fluidity of recruiting


Pretty high from what i hear





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baytiger
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re: Regarding some of the "booms" and the fluidity of recruiting


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Now.....whats the % chance of a change at OC?
better than an RSJ commitment at this point. Probably better than an RSJ commitment ever was.






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beardedzeus
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re: Regarding some of the "booms" and the fluidity of recruiting


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better than an RSJ commitment at this point. Probably better than an RSJ commitment ever was.


RSJ could have been 100% lsu 2 days ago and changed his mind. Coaches are a bit more stable and consistent w their decision making than a hs recruit.






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