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It's a little odd since Saban makes considerably more than Smart while Gus and Craig will be much closer.
This thread really took a turn. Nicely done OP
TURDS ALL UP IN THIS MUG. /// "2010 Auburn Tigers, my favorite team. Unbeaten in all ways." -- Dan Wetzel, April 4, 2013, 6:29 p.m.
Is it really a million per year?
I kicked in $10K. I don't know what the total ended up being.
You know auburn wins the off season natty every year..
Dam I thought we had good recruiters before. Trooper who?
Apparently we aren't done yet.
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Check out Trooper's target lists (Outstanding 3 out of 4 years while at AU)
Check out Craig's target lists (1 Good out of 4 years while at FSU)
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ITT: NcsuBama tries to convince the recruiting world that Craig is a "so-so" recruiter. Ask the 247 analysts their opinion and save yourself the time and further embarrassment.
Auburn weeeeellllll overpaid, but cool. He was just a recruiter for us. It is not like he actually developed our QBs @ FSU (I.e. EJ). Judging from the games of auburn I saw, your QB development is severely lacking, so you did nothing to improve that. You paid a huge amount of salary for a recruiter...and you will still have qb development issues.
I guess it's a good thing he isn't coaching QBs then.
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Just saying... 1 out 4 years.
You hired a former QB to coach WRs? Good lord, it gets worse.....
What you're "saying" is that you're clueless.
“I think he’s an elite recruiter. There’s no way to deny that,” 247Sports national recruiting analyst Chris Nee said. “He’s a guy that’s going to work very hard and is great at building relationships. Kids really like him and with him selling the program he played for and had so much success at, I can only imagine the results he will have at Auburn.”
“He’s excellent in every way,” said Nee, who has covered Florida State and recruiting in the Southeast for 10 years. “He does a good job of building relationships and getting in on kids early and identifying them as a target. He’s very good at judging talent. He finds kids he likes, builds a relationship and he works endlessly until he gets the kid’s papers.
“He’s not one of these guys that gets discouraged when a kid commits to another school. Kids just love him and they really want to play for him.”
“He’s pulled a lot of kids from other areas that are getting a lot of hometown pressure to stay in the area,” Nee said. “He’s got them down to Tallahassee because they want to play for him. He never stops grinding and it shows in the results.”
You know very little it appears. He's coached WRs before.
You got that right!
I guess the "kids" didn't really like him in 2010, 2011, & 2013.........
Tuskegee and South Alabama...............let's throw in Blount High School too. Solid experience there.....
You seem mighty upset about Craig leaving. Remember, he's "just a recruiter" and will not be missed ... right?
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