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"We're going to continue to be the most aggressive and hardest working recruiting staff in the country. That's a goal of mine and that's a philosophy of mine. Let's outwork everybody in the country. That's in terms of evaluations, developing relationships...

- Marcus Freeman

Since 2010, I am not sure that I remember Kelly ever saying something like this much less back it up with actions. It sounds like something that Meyer or Saban might say (& do). It's too bad that Freeman will probably only last a max of two years before becoming a head coach somewhere. It's also too bad that Freeman seems to only recruit for defense. While it seems promising for 2022, the offensive recruiting class could still use his help.

 

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37 minutes ago, cali_domer said:

Lol, no Kelly would never say that. He has 27 years of coaching and players breakdown doors to come play for him. 

Lol, good one. About 10 clips came to my mind from Kelly saying he has been coaching for 20 years.

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3 hours ago, jbrown_9999 said:

"We're going to continue to be the most aggressive and hardest working recruiting staff in the country. That's a goal of mine and that's a philosophy of mine. Let's outwork everybody in the country. That's in terms of evaluations, developing relationships...

- Marcus Freeman

Since 2010, I am not sure that I remember Kelly ever saying something like this much less back it up with actions. It sounds like something that Meyer or Saban might say (& do). It's too bad that Freeman will probably only last a max of two years before becoming a head coach somewhere. It's also too bad that Freeman seems to only recruit for defense. While it seems promising for 2022, the offensive recruiting class could still use his help.

 

wish he would but he doesn't. His rise to get the ND job had alot to do with getting D1 players who had not played much in D1 to transfer to Grand Valley. He's smart, but a organization and development kinda guy. Freeman's talking about a Frank Leahy type approach, which is close to my heart.

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