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Just went over to get some updates on a few Florida Boards and I'm shocked at how NOT excited the Florida Fans are his addition!! They think he's an overrated player who played against weak competition. They think he's going to play H-back on offense and not sniff the defensive side. It's just funny how different fanbases project players ..
I'm officially off the ledge from this last week of the emotional roller coaster ride and the one positive I take away from the week is that no one player or coach is going to break the program like it would have in past years!!
He 100% played against weak competition in high school. AA is big and athletic though, so there is always a chance he ends up a solid player.
whom ever really knows about these kids? how hard they work... he was recruited by the big gees so?
He's their problem now.
I don't like to play the "sour grapes" card when a recruit moves on, and wish Alex well, but I must admit when I watched his film, I thought he had an unusually long stride and wondered if that was a good fit for the position, but I'll defer to the 99% that know more about that than I. My first inclination was to wonder if he would wind up at tight end.
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the reason most of the classy posters on the UF board
are not high on AA is because he's white. not my opinion,
but that's what most on that board are saying.
They're probably onto something, I personally don't know why he's rated so high as he is after watching his film.
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I think we ought to accept the fact for whatever reason he is gone. Your negative thoughts mean a lot more if you had voiced those thoughts when he was coming here. I will sum it up if you can not say something nice about somebody say nothing at all. I understand the rest of the mob being upset and outspoken for they knew him and thought of him as a friend and a comrade. I can see where they could speak out but come on most of us here are adults and we have never met Anzalone. I have always felt in threads like this one and a few of the Kelly ones we reveal a much uglier side to the board than there should be. If it gets to hard just remember one recruit does not make or break a class.
I didn't say anything negative I simply said that its funny how different fanbases project players .. I was stating Florida's posters weren't impressed, and if you read my last line of my post I think I stated one player doesn't make or break a class??
Do people read the posts before they counterpost ??
This post was edited by Cary 15 months ago
Id take Ty Isaac or Hollins as our inside linebacker anyways, hopefully we land 1 of the 2, I think anyone would rather a kid from Texas or Cali then Pennsylvania actually.
This post was edited by thatdude16 15 months ago
I wish AA luck. Clearly, he never settled on a University. Hopefully, he made the best decision for himself with his latest shift. The track record for most of these types of recruits has not been good, but there are exceptions (hopefully, Gunner is one of them...)
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not being picky but Ty Isaac is from chicago area. I don't know if we ND is going after him that much with two running backs in the class. I do think ND needs D line help. I hope they can land vanderdoes.
oops my bad from where hes from, but i thought i read we were recruiting him as in inside LB?
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