Posted by Big Ron on December 20, 18 at 16:56:36:
In Reply to: Re: Recruiting - the Good, the Bad and the Ugly posted by Xdevil on December 20, 18 at 15:59:50:
They better be looking for a Harry and Foster in every class. If you want a big time program, you need this talent every year and not once in a blue moon.
The DBs reported 40s are not fast. We shall see when they start chasing USC WRs. Even FSU looked faster than ASU.
One challenge of college football is maintaining a balanced roster. Lack of recruiting any position leads to depth chart deficiencies that opponents will attack. What happens if a freshman LB goes down with a ankle injury? The roster is short on impact LB depth players.
Drake Jackson was a miss, but we are well stocked at DE. On the other hand, the lack of DTs might be a fatal flaw. We have only Forman and Davidson coming off an broken ankle to play inside. We need more big bodies.
I agree about O-line development. Most people do not realize the technique and muscle memory needed to play the line positions. These are cerebral positions for very big powerful men. And like I stated, I think these recruits are good additions.
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