higgins LSU Fan Gainesville, Ga Member since Dec 2009 3025 posts
re: What prospect are we most likely to lose out on? (Posted on 2/22/13 at 10:37 pm to shoelessjoe)
^THIS. Skill players are everywhere, and LSU knows how to recruit and develop them. Lots of them. ALL football games are won at the point of attack. I don't want to lose a "can't miss" kid that could be a mainstay at LT.
kevlanmei LSU Fan Bayou country Member since Jul 2011 536 posts
re: What prospect are we most likely to lose out on? (Posted on 2/23/13 at 7:08 am to shoelessjoe)
I say we are most likely to lose out on that 2nd-string linebacker from Farmerville. He really dreams of playing for LSU, but I am not sure we end up giving him an offer. After all, he is 5'6" and 145 pounds. Plus, he's pretty slow with a 5.5 laser-timed 40 yard dash. I guess we'll have to wait and see how the other dominoes fall. But where it stands today, I think he is the guy least likely to sign with LSU.
Oh, I forgot to mention. He also struggles somewhat academically. I heard he had a hard time spelling the name of our school - even with someone spotting him the "L" and the "S". But you never know - perhaps he will turn everything around his senior year.
bryankroy LSU Fan Baton Rouge Member since Dec 2011 335 posts
re: What prospect are we most likely to lose out on? (Posted on 2/23/13 at 10:14 am to jeff70121)
Hootie recently has dropped in on LSU a few times and Cam and his family have been long time LSU supporters and he was here for boys from the boot and jr day after visiting bama. We are in great shape. Paris and brown seem to be 100% LSU.
Dupre getting all these offeres and brumfield not wanting to be on LSUs campus for 10 straight yrs are more concerning to me. But I think Saban can get to hootie if Paris and brown and voorhies and maybe Simmons are already committed. Jmo