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Tell me about Brody Whatley from Neville

Posted on 2/16/24 at 9:18 pm
Posted by Rouge
Floston Paradise
Member since Oct 2004
136768 posts
Posted on 2/16/24 at 9:18 pm
EDGE / 6-4 / 250

Looks to have good size. Not sure about his speed playing on the defensive end. I do see a lot of potential there.
This post was edited on 2/16/24 at 9:28 pm
Posted by cbree88
South Louisiana
Member since Feb 2010
5171 posts
Posted on 2/16/24 at 9:20 pm to
You tell us. We don’t have any more information than what you can find on the internet.
This post was edited on 2/16/24 at 10:22 pm
Posted by Rouge
Floston Paradise
Member since Oct 2004
136768 posts
Posted on 2/16/24 at 9:26 pm to
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cbree88


People from North Louisiana or follow Neville will have info.

Just try to not be a turd for once.
Posted by Sissidog02
Member since Jan 2020
5298 posts
Posted on 2/16/24 at 9:48 pm to
Meh, I don’t know if he’s SEC material, given Will & Heard coming out of Neville back to back he ain’t close to that level. Unless he improves tremendously he’s a solid 3* but that’s it, just don’t know if he’s SEC DL type. Looks like TCU is his best solid solid offer, he’ll probably take it. I dont think we’ll look back and say Hey why didn’t we go hard after this guy. Good Kid, aight player
Posted by cbree88
South Louisiana
Member since Feb 2010
5171 posts
Posted on 2/16/24 at 10:22 pm to
quote:

Just try to not be a turd for once.


You first
Posted by Swampy7557
Member since Dec 2014
147 posts
Posted on 2/17/24 at 6:54 am to
I sat by him at Will Campbell’s cousins funeral and definitely has big frame and size for a junior. Plenty of time to add weight strength, don’t know about his football motor.
Posted by MONROE
In the belly of the beast
Member since Sep 2015
2356 posts
Posted on 2/17/24 at 8:51 am to
He may find some success at TCU or SMU. Definitely not an SEC talent. He has a good frame and plays smart but that’s about it. Neville’s D line is usually their strength so if you will just play your role, most will have some modicum of success.

He’s another kid that Neville “found” and brought in. He was originally brought in to be a QB, lol.
Posted by MONROE
In the belly of the beast
Member since Sep 2015
2356 posts
Posted on 2/17/24 at 8:54 am to
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Will Campbell’s cousins funera


Will has set up a football camp with some other LSU football players to start a foundation in memory of Tarver. It’s at the end of April. Will Campbell is the man on so many levels!
Posted by clamdip
Rocky Mountain High
Member since Sep 2004
17846 posts
Posted on 2/17/24 at 8:56 am to
TCU isn't exactly chopped liver. He must have good potential if they have offered him.

Still wish LSU would have offered Derius Davis and kept him home. We might have actually had a decent punt return.
Posted by cbree88
South Louisiana
Member since Feb 2010
5171 posts
Posted on 2/17/24 at 11:03 am to
quote:

Unless he improves tremendously he’s a solid 3* but that’s it, just don’t know if he’s SEC DL type. Looks like TCU is his best solid solid offer, he’ll probably take it. I dont think we’ll look back and say Hey why didn’t we go hard after this guy. Good Kid, aight player


TCU’s been to the College Football Playoff and the national championship game more recently than LSU has. They’re not exactly chopped liver like you’re saying.
Posted by LSUStar
Medellin
Member since Sep 2009
10429 posts
Posted on 2/17/24 at 1:49 pm to
OK. TCU, eh? Didn’t they beat Michigan a couple of seasons ago?
Posted by Sp0728
Your head
Member since Aug 2018
1530 posts
Posted on 2/17/24 at 8:00 pm to
I ain’t no snitch. Not telling you anything
Posted by MONROE
In the belly of the beast
Member since Sep 2015
2356 posts
Posted on 2/18/24 at 12:43 pm to
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TCU isn't exactly chopped liver


They have close connections with Neville and will offer any kid that is marginally talented to keep that pipeline open
Posted by SteveLSU35
Shreveport
Member since Mar 2004
13918 posts
Posted on 2/20/24 at 8:08 am to
For as long as I’ve been watching college football TCU has found three stars with room to grow and coached them up. 6’4 250 can turn into 280-290 in a few years. Is the kid tough and coachable?
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