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Clemson for Montravius Adams
Ohio State for Vonn Bell
South Carolina for Keith Bryant
UCLA or Alabama for Eddie Vanderdoes
Florida for Jalen Ramsey
Clemson for Mackensie and Mackenro Alexander
Alabama for Tony Conner
Mississippi State for Chris Jones (sounds crazy because he is committed there but they could very well hold on)
Ole Miss for Ashton Shumpert
LSU for Tashawn Bower
Texas for Dontre Wilson
Kentucky for Asiantii Woulard
Obviously we don't project any of these to go this way, but it's recruiting and we all know a LOT can happen between now and Wednesday.
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No BAMA for Bell...
Without self-knowledge there is no individuality
EV to ND gets no love. Bower to LSU wouldn't surprise me at all.
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Is Ramsey to UF really a surprise?
Not unless they decide go go full throttle on him. It happened last year with Korren Kirven and Dalvin Tomlinson but I am not sure that they can just turn it up on Bell and get him.
That's because in the 5* prediction article they mentioned both ND and USC so if I'm understanding right each of these are alternative scenarios to things discussed in that article that you can't rule out.
The thing with Vanderdoes is this. He loves every visit he goes on, which is great. I also believe at the end of the day, he wants to stay on the West coast. So given those two factors, I think if he leaves at all, it will be to the program that is most fresh in his mind. Otherwise, he's playing college football somewhere in Los Angeles.
We are hearing otherwise
Wasn't disagreeing with you. I'll be shocked if EV left the West Coast.
My take on this may not be a popular one...
Because USC feels good about holding onto him that means they have not been given a direct, honest reason to be concerned by Ramsey and his family.
Less than one week after his much-hyped announcement for USC, the rumors started flying about a flip to Florida.
So this has been out there for some time.
Because he's at a position of dire need for the Trojans and because it may be too late for them to go find another CB, I'd like to think that they are being honest with the USC staff, which is why I projected USC. I'd almost think it would be handled wrong if there was a switch given the circumstances. It has no impact on Ramsey as a player, but I'd call it a burn job at this point if USC is not where he signs. So I'd like to think that it isn't.
That being said, there's enough smoke out there about UF and FSU both that I can't rule out a flip.
Lol no matter how many times you say this ND fans don't want to believe it. But you're absolutely correct. Vanderdoes will end up in LA at UCLA. If he leaves the west coast he's going to 'bama.
Would be suprised considering the latest developments. Would be awesome if it happened though.
Don't stop believin'
Oh well, and I know Vanderdoes isn't coming to BAMA. I wonder why they backed off of Bell...
Yeah bad timing. I can't rule out Texas on a Texas kid, though.
Ok Steve Perry! It seems that every analyst has something different.
1) Most analysts have said that USC is on the outside looking in.
2) Both the BGI and Irish Illustrated guys have ND in a strong position here with UCLA running 2nd and Bama 3rd entering the visit this weekend.
3) Your Rivals brethren have it between ND and UCLA
4) Those assclowns at ESPN tweeted today that the "consensus" since his decommitment is that Alabama is his destination. That was the first time I have ever seen that posted anywhere let alone the consensus!
I see a lot of BAMA locks in this thread
Ole miss already has 4 RBs what makes you think they flip Shumpert who hasn't even visited there????
Also, Chris Jones is a bulldog.
You are drinking WAY too much Ole Miss kool aid
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Yancy is like kudzu. You hate it, can't kill it, and is virtually worthless!
Sapp called Vanderdoes "the best shot" Notre Dame has at landing a remaining prospect and that he and his family enjoyed South Bend. I've already stated that Vanderdoes enjoys every visit. I think that's a positive thing. He's a positive kid with his head on straight.
I certainly am not saying ND is out. Realistically, he could end up at any of the four places.
Alabama feels that it is in it, but I've never heard anyone on that end of things say they had him or even led.
What is this list the equivalent of? Like dark-horse candidates or whatever?
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.
Percentage chance of Ramsey flipping in your opinion?
Also isn't FSU>UF for him?
Yeah, the confidence on our end is based on his seemingly legit interest in a program that hasn't been on him the whole cycle like USC, ND, UCLA, etc. Bama people feel that we have more to gain with him going into this visit than the other three options had as he was more familiar with those programs, yet we are still right there. We certainly aren't ready to say we lead, though.
I see it as:
ND <------- In no specific order.
Sitting in a catapult, ready to grab onto the top spot... or miss and fall flat on it's face back at the bottom.
You're all welcome for the visual aid; and no, I'm not sober.
FSU and UF have to be tied for the most part, considering nobody really knows
I think the chances he flips are at 20% or lower
fsufsu said... I've got about 10 great stories on Lane but all you need to know is he will never be a loser, that's for sure.
How about Shurbutt to Rivals...
Bower and Mackenzie brothers are all Auburn.
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