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saw on IE that there may be a current Big 12 commit that has taken an interest in ND. A couple of names being thrown around, but nothing concrete.

 

* The Turning Point ‏@turningpointnd

Interesting developments on the #recruiting front. #NDTrain

 

UPDATE: Might be this guy, ISD seems to think it is.

http://247sports.com/Player/Durham-Smythe-17693

 

he just decommitted from Texas

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saw on IE that there may be a current Big 12 commit that has taken an interest in ND. A couple of names being thrown around, but nothing concrete.

 

* The Turning Point ‏@turningpointnd

Interesting developments on the #recruiting front. #NDTrain

 

UPDATE: Might be this guy, ISD seems to think it is.

http://247sports.com/Player/Durham-Smythe-17693

 

he just decommitted from Texas

 

 

We dont need him

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I wish you guys would quit trying to make this kid into a tight end. He's skinny. He has some big time wide receiver skills.
6'6", 230, and a 4.75 40 for high school sounds good to me. I trust the staff on this one, with good reason. :grin:

 

Smythe's rivals:

 

http://rivals.yahoo.com/notredame/football/recruiting/player-Durham-Smythe-133181;_ylt=At3qOUNdddgxNn2mBR1kQ_tVtJB4

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So was Eifert in high school...

 

Yep. Eifert was a WR and really still is...kind of. He's definitely a mix of both WR & TE and it's very plausible to see a kid like Robinson switch to Eifert's hybrid role. Having great hands has a way of bleeding into other positions quite well. Don't count out this possibility. We've already seen it play out with Tyler Eifert and how'd that work?? I trust the staff completely and unequivocally...

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I like corey robinsons potential ALOT!

 

Eifert was recruited as a TE and was bigger then Corey coming out of HS---One thing both players have in common IMO is that they were both under the radar with great upsides---Tyler was rated a midling 3 star with a 5.6-----Corey , even though he was a late starter has a little more punch in his early grade (All Star game invite--4 star on only scout) but still not much more.

 

Its VERY DIFFICULT to be sure where corey is going physically, remember his father grew a FREAKINSH 6 inches in college , so looking for a late spurt of a couple inches is very possible. COREY could settle at 6/5 and beef up over a couple of seasons to become a legit inside guy , that is certainly possible---But he could end up more like 6/7 , with a slighter build and that impressive galloping speed of his long stride---less a TE and more of a HAROLD CHARMICHAEL--:grin:---that would be my hope for him , that he develops into a very potent WR rather then another TE, we seem to bring in a good one every season, TE prospects with more bulk then Corey , maybe we get something UNIQUE in corey---

 

aloha's

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You know we are doing well when I don't care about the emergence of a new recruit 2 months before NSD who isn't a 5*....
It really is the truth. For the younger members, this is how recruiting works when we're on top and a have a top flight staff as we do currently. We ALWAYS get a top class. Not waiting on the scraps.
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