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Everything posted by tneun89

  1. 247 Composite: 4-star, #268 overall, #10 TE 247: 4-star, #15 TE Rivals: 4-star, #14 TE Offers: Alabama, Arizona State, Auburn, Colorado, Duke, Florida State, Georgia, Georgia Tech, Kansas State, Kentucky, LSU, Michigan, Michigan State, Nebraska, North Carolina, Ohio State, Ole Miss, Oregon, South Carolina, Texas, USC, Wisconsin
  2. Top 100 WR Tyler Morris just committed to Michigan.
  3. I think ND will get close to Top 5, but ultimately fall short. A lot would have to go their way to get there, such as landing Singleton/Sawchuk at RB, some combination of C.J. Williams/Tobias Merriweather/Tyler Morris at WR, Cyrus Moss and Anthony Lucas along the DL, Jyaire Brown and/or Khamuri Rogers at CB. None of those players are out of the realm of possibility, but ND will not go100% with these elite players. On offense, I think RB is the biggest question mark - Singleton seems PSU bound and Sawchuk has been favored to go to OU for a really long time (although, OU has nother elite RB
  4. Good article - thanks for sharing. I think A&M and Oregon will take that next step and make the CFP in the next 2-3 years. Oregon for sure - because of the way they've recruited under Cristobal and because they have an easier path in the PAC-12. A&M definitely has a harder road, but they have a ton of talent and almost made it last year. I can see them beating Bama based on how well they've recruited over the last few years. USC, Miami, and Texas are below those two for me. Those schools obviously attract talent, but they've been down for so long that it's hard for me to see them
  5. ND in good shape for Eli Raridon and Holden Staes.
  6. 247 Composite: 3-star, #461 overall, #28 WDE 247: 3-star, #22 WDE Rivals: 3-star, #27 ATH Offers: Alabama, Arizona State, Arkansas, Auburn, Colorado, Duke, Florida State, Georgia Tech, Iowa State, Kansas State, Kentucky, Louisville, Miami, Michigan State, Minnesota, North Carolina, Ole Miss, Penn State, Pittsburgh, Rutgers, South Carolina, Tennessee, Vanderbilt, Virginia, Virginia Tech, West Virginia
  7. Darren Agu seems like the most probable.
  8. It seems like Fisher and Baker could do a job share at RT, similar to what ND did with Hainsey and Kramer in 2017 when Hainsey was a true freshman and Kramer was a redshirt freshman. It's been reported (BK may have even said this) that Lugg will slide inside to guard for the fall. LT: Patterson LG: Gibbons C; Correll RG: Lugg RT: Baker/Fisher
  9. Pair him with Khamauri Rogers and Jyaire Brown and ND has their best CB class in a long time.
  10. JOK did not run the 40 because of a hamstring issue, but did some of the other workouts and drills. He looks really impressive. Hard to see him not going in the first round.
  11. 247 just dropped their initial Top 247 rankings for the 2023 class. ND Targets Dante Moore (MI QB): #9 overall Tre Edwards (CA ILB): #25 overall Samuel M'Pemba (MO ATH): #30 overall Alex "Sonny" Styles (OH S): #40 overall Luke Montgomery (OH SDE): #51 overall Jaxon Howard (MN TE): #55 overall Carnell Tate (IL WR): #57 overall Drayk Bowen (IN OLB): #61 overall Justice Haynes (GA RB): #83 overall Mac Markway (MO TE): #130 overall
  12. Going on right now. OL just worked out, now Book is throwing. He ran a 4.59 earlier, which is really good for him. Tremble ran a 4.59 as well, and Brock Wright ran a 4.6. McCloud ran a 4.37 (yes, really). Crawford ran a 4.47. Eichenberg put up 33 on the bench. Hainsey 32. Banks 24, which is probably disappointing for him. Book doing well throwing the ball, although a few drops by McKinley and one from Tremble (although it was a difficult catch).
  13. I think it'll be Coan at FSU and likely throughout the rest season. I know the coaches like Pyne, but Coan has better size, mobility, and arm strength. He also has a lot of experience and took Wisconsin to the Rose Bowl two years ago. If he can pick up the playbook, I think the offense could be good to very good, depending on how the OL situation works out. If Buchner would have had a senior season of HS football, I'd give him more of a chance, but I just don't see him playing next year minus a few handoffs in garbage time against Toledo.
  14. ND Targets Samuel M'Pemba (MO ATH): #12 overall Drayk Bowen (IN OLB): #16 overall Alex "Sonny" Styles (OH ATH): #26 overall Dante Moore (MI QB): #30 overall Carnell Tate (IL WR): #48 overall Tre Edwards (CA ILB): #53 overall Jaxon Howard (MN TE): #64 overall Luke Montgomery (OH SDE): #65 overall Justice Haynes (GA RB): #78 overall Mac Markway (MO TE): #86 overall It's obviously still very early and ND just started extending offers to '23 recruits, but the list above includes the guys ND is heavily involved with right now. ND has re
  15. I think ND has a great shot to land Merriweather, but I would put him a level below C.J. Williams. Maybe that's not fair - to be completely honest, I don't know a ton about him. But Williams is #45 overall (#6 WR) on 247 and #27 overall (#3 WR) on Rivals. Borderline 5-star. Merriweather is #79 overall (#10 WR) on 247 and #160 overall (#18 WR) on Rivals. I would be thrilled if ND could land Merriweather, but I would not put him at the level of Williams. Hopefully they can land both. It's hard to see Morris going anywhere other than Michigan at this point.
  16. https://n.rivals.com/news/recruiting-rumor-mill-five-star-usc-commit-listening-to-alabama Brief blurb about WR C.J. Williams. Based on this (and other reporting), ND appears to be firmly in the mix. He plays at Mater Dei in Cali, so it will be a tough pull, but he has said previously that distance is not a factor. He is ND's best (and only) shot at an elite, Top 50 WR this cycle. He is a 247 Composite 4-star and #44 overall, with offers from Alabama, Georgia, LSU, Ohio State, Oregon, USC, etc.
  17. The Athletic (Stewart Mandel and Bruce Feldman) released their Top 25 rankings for current head coaches: https://theathletic.com/2464812/2021/03/23/mandel-ranking-the-top-25-college-football-coaches/ https://theathletic.com/2464853/2021/03/23/feldman-ranking-the-top-25-college-football-coaches/ Mandel 1. Saban (Alabama) 2. Swinney (Clemson) 3. Kelly (Notre Dame) 4. Riley (Oklahoma) 5. Day (Ohio State) 6. Smart (Georgia) 7. Fisher (Texas A&M) 8. Orgeron (LSU) 9. Mullen (Florida) 10. Campbell (Iowa State) 11. Fickell (Cincinnati) 12. Fitzgerald (Northwestern) 13. Monk
  18. The defensive class will be elite or close to it. ND already has Ford and Gobaira on the DL, along with Burnham and Ziegler at LB. ND is the favorite to land D.J. Westolak (WDE), Sebastian Cheeks (LB), and Niuafe Tuihalamaka (LB). ND is also in good shape for Ernest Cooper and Anthony Lucas along the DL, and Devon Jackson and Jaylen Sneed at LB. Even Cyrus Moss is a legitimate possibility. ND could very well be forced to turn away a really good prospect or two at DL and/or LB because of numbers. Secondary recruiting is interesting because it's hard to know if ND truly leads for any elite p
  19. 247 Composite: 4-star, #115 overall, #9 OLB 247: 4-star, #85 overall, #6 OLB Rivals: 4-star, #141 overall, #5 ILB Offers: Alabama, Cincinnati, Indiana, Iowa, Michigan, Michigan State, Nebraska, Ohio State, Wisconsin
  20. <blockquote class="twitter-tweet"><p lang="en" dir="ltr">Notre Dame lands four-star linebacker Josh Burnham of Traverse City Mich., beating Michigan and Wisconsin. <br><br>Massive win for the Irish defensive staff, from coordinator Marcus Freeman to analyst Nick Lezynski. Well-rounded effort closed the deal.</p>— Pete Sampson (@PeteSampson_) <a href=" ">March 17, 2021</a></blockquote> <script async src="https://platform.twitter.com/widgets.js" charset="utf-8"></script>
  21. 247 Composite: 4-star, #261 overall, #30 CB 247: 4-star, #220 overall, #27 CB Rivals: 4-star, #35 CB Offers: Arizona, Arizona State, Arkansas, California, Georgia, Kansas, Michigan State, Nebraska, Northwestern, Oregon, Oregon State, USC, Utah, Washington State
  22. 247 Composite: 3-star, #859 overall, #115 WR 247: 3-star, #92 WR Rivals: 3-star, Offers: Arkansas, Florida State, Georgia Tech, Kansas, Kansas State, Memphis, Mississippi State, Ole Miss, SMU, Washington State, West Virginia
  23. I think he is actually underrated a little bit by Rivals, where they have him as the #5 ILB and #141 overall. They have him behind Tyler Martin (LB from Mass), which I 100% disagree with. Burnham is versatile and can play multiple LB spots - he's really athletic. 247 has him as the #85 overall player and #6 OLB, FWIW. He has offers from Alabama and OSU as well. This will be a great pickup. ND is in on a ton of elite-level LBs, and they will probably have to turn one or two away. Sebastian Cheeks (IL), Niuafe Tuihalamaka (CA), Jaylen Sneed (SC), Devon Jackson (NE) are all 247 Composite Top
  24. 247 Composite: 3-star, #375 overall, #16 Pro-QB 247: 3-star, #17 Pro-QB Rivals: 4-star, #13 Pro-QB Offers: Arizona, Boston College, Georgia Tech, Iowa, LSU, Maryland, Miami, Michigan, Michigan State, Nebraska, Northwestern, Ohio State, Oregon, Penn State, Pittsburgh, Rutgers, Stanford, Syracuse, Vanderbilt, Virginia Tech, West Virginia
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