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gotygers
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Chavis ability to develop players


He takes 4 and 3 * and consistenly turns them into high NFL draft picks.

Which is why RN's situation is so sad.I'd think his mom would want him at LSU.

Does Ole Miss have the facilities and a stregnth coach equal to LSU? Don't assume he will go in the first round whereever he goes!







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Penrod
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Sorry, I'm not buying. Chavis' ability to develop players is about the same as everyone else's. he turns out great players because he gets great players. Sure, Mo was a three star as was Mills. They were underrated. Chavis didn't perform miracles. Mo should have been a five star.





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SammyTiger
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You don't remember the progress Kelven Sheppard and Perry Riley made when Chavis came? or how Bennie logan and Brockers developed?





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FulshearTexasTiger
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Chavis ability to develop players


.......Is the PRIMARY difference between us being 10-3 vs. 6-6 this past year.



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Penrod
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Is the PRIMARY difference from us being 10-3 vs. 6-6 this past year.


You guys crack me up...always looking for someone to worship. Brockers is a hilarious example. That guy could have been coached by pee wee Herman and he'd still have been a first rounder.






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SammyTiger
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You guys crack me up...always looking for someone to worship. Brockers is a hilarious example. That guy could have been coached by pee wee Herman and he'd still have been a first rounder.


based on what?






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FulshearTexasTiger
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quote:

Penrod


Do you not agree?? Be honest!



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gotygers
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Constantly taking three star athletes and having them become 1st round draft choices clearly its Chavis





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GeauxLSU4
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So the fact that he has been successful his whole career is just based on getting good players? Les has good players on offense and look how that's gone lately. You're an idiot





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km
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It'll cost RN a kool million off his first pro contract by going to ole miss, maybe more.





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stho381
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You guys crack me up...always looking for someone to worship. Brockers is a hilarious example. That guy could have been coached by pee wee Herman and he'd still have been a first rounder.



In running for dumbest post of the week.






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RATeamWannabe
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No way, not even close. FTT, z22, and that Dave cat have combined to make this place a friggin special needs place the past three days.





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TigerStripes30
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This post was edited on 1/25 at 7:46 am


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TigerStripes30
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quote:

quote:
You guys crack me up...always looking for someone to worship. Brockers is a hilarious example. That guy could have been coached by pee wee Herman and he'd still have been a first rounder.



In running for dumbest post of the week.



agree this is jus ignorance....i let the first post go but this one was a little dumb






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brewhan davey
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quote:

Penrod


Did you lose your Tiger Rant privileges or something?






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Surv1vor1st
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The point that he is making is that J.Clowney,for example, would be in the same point in his development wheter he was at Ole Miss....Alabama....LSU.....or wherever. If the kid has the skillset and physical tools, his development in college will be fractions different from one SEC program to the next.






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brewhan davey
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Right.. because there are multiple Jadaveon Clowney-type players in each class.





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TigerStripes30
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The point that he is making is that J.Clowney,for example, would be in the same point in his development wheter he was at Ole Miss....Alabama....LSU.....or wherever. If the kid has the skillset and physical tools, his development in college will be fractions different from one SEC program to the next.


Brockers doesnt even come close to comparing to j.Clowney.....try again






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Surv1vor1st
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No there are not but from everyones evaluations, RN is in that category. So to think that LSU should have an edge in his recruitment due to player development is crazy.





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Surv1vor1st
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Brockers was great and developed well under Chavis, I completely agree.





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