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Little is trying plan to take an official to ND the weekend of the PSU game.

 

“It’s going to be hard to get up to Notre Dame for the summer, so they’ll definitely get one of my official visits,” Little said. “I just want to go up there for a game and spend the weekend there and find out everything I can about the school.

 

“I’ve talked to coach Copeland about the Penn State game because our bye week is in September. I do think that’s the weekend of our bye week so I’ll likely go up then.”

 

 

That means he'll be viewing ND twice in two weeks because it says he's also attending the GT game. Things are defintely looking good going into summer workouts, I dont think it was actually at this point yet, at this time last year with recruits.

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Guest DCIrish

I saw this article as well. This could actually be interesting, especially if we win both games. The Penn State weekend will be electric. I thought we were off this guys radar, but this is one guy to watch IMO.

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At 6'6 327, omg, where do you put him. Great size for a tackle, but with Sam Young on one side, Webb on another, hopefully Wilson at a guard with Chris Stewart at the other, where would he fit at. Weis is definitely trying to stock pile the OL with some big time players.

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Based on reports from last year's AA game, Webb has a lot of work to do. IMO, Webb will have to beat out some people to make a dent in on the depth chart.

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Based on reports from last year's AA game, Webb has a lot of work to do. IMO, Webb will have to beat out some people to make a dent in on the depth chart.

 

I remember reading last year that Webb was possibly as talented as anyone of our 2006 OL but he was much more of a project than any of the others. Obviously that is just that one guys opinion.

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Although Lemming's word is certainly not the gospel, he said Webb was beaten all week in one on ones and was a non-factor in the game. IMO, Webb played against weaker talent in Arkansas and might have been shell-shocked when he went against top flight DLs.

 

Webb does have the size. No doubt. However I just think he might not be a short term answer for a depleted line in '07...

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Lemming is far from the gospel

 

additionally, webb will be fine this year, he is in much better shape and will have much better coaching, he is a big time talent

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Little is a big time OL talent, i thought he had grade issues but maybe hes doing better and is now giving ND a serious look

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Webb does have the size. No doubt. However I just think he might not be a short term answer for a depleted line in '07...

 

Webb was never intended to be a short term answer. That's Young's job. Webb was probably expected to be redshirted.

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Agree Broke, theres a suprise, OL players are developed and molded in college. Unlike, athletes like WR and RB that can step in and dominate based on genetics, OL needs a good frame to build on but it is really Mendoza and Latina that will make them great.

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webb even said after the AA game that he realized how much work he needed to do to compete at the next level. he said he was dissapointed in his preformace at the game. give him a year or two and he will be fine. remember he did not give up a sack in two years of high school.

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Little has switched up his Top 5 fellas. And ND appears to be in very good shape with him !!!

 

 

As far as colleges go, Chris gave us these five schools:

 

"I like Notre Dame, Florida State, Florida, Miami and Georgia. I plan to visit Notre Dame on September 9th and Florida State the following weekend. I would like to take three visits now and two in January."

 

Little had planned to be a January enrollee, but things have changed.

 

"I need five classes to graduate, but I can only take four in a semester."

 

While Chris did not want to name a favorite out of the top five, he did say that one school is recruiting him very hard.

 

"Notre Dame kind of sticks out, because they really make me feel wanted

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Big man, you are wanted. It's great that the staff is going after him hard because we obviously really need to in order to pull those guys out of the south. If we are able to get Little we would probably have one of the biggest lines in the country...c'mon AA, Caleb King, Hughes it's starting to sound really good now isn't it.

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That's great news on Little; and I love it when they mention ND first when they list the teams out. Who do you think our main competition will be for him, FSU or in-state Georgia?

 

I heard that Webb has a problem with footwork, he runs with toes-out and that has been causing some problems. Nothing that Latina/Weis can't fix IMO

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can't fix the direction a kids feet point. That is his body's make up. That was Tim Prister stating that. I think there are bigger things used to judge how good a kid is at OL than the way his feet point.

 

I like Prister but I don't know why he has been riding that point.

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