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I understand he was overrated....I agree. But what the hell is up with 247's rankings. What did you guys see that made you rank him in the top 20 then what did you see that made you drop him almost 200 spots.
Wow.... OK, look at it this way, not every player plays pro ball, have to have something to fall back on... this is the biggest issue with sports is players and fans who totally disregard the value of education and preparing for after sports...
Agree. I don't think he's like #15 overall but I think he'll end up around #105 which means he's a stud.
Pain is temporary. It may last a minute, or it may last a year. But eventually, it will subside. If i quit, however it will last forever.
Our mods haven't predicted FSU, but have said it's a toss up. FSU mods seem more confident, and when Michigan mods aren't confident, it usually doesn't mean good things.
And your last point I agree with, but Levenberry's family is very grounded it seems. Take the whole process very seriously including the education.
He is the best linebacker in the country. jk, but I do think he is overrated by rivals, and somewhat underrated on here.
And his father is an cop I believe. This will probably play a part in his decision.
Poor kid might get shut out.
I think this guys going to play in Tallahassee
Why not go to a school that can put you in the league? Much more money to be made in the NFL. I respect the guy for factoring in major to the decision but it's freakin criminal Justice not aerospace engineering.
That's serious bidness! (g)
Name a B1G, ACC, SEC, Big 12, Pac 12 school that can't put a kid in the league. If he has the talent and drive, the league will notice him.
Agreed, but FSU and Michigan are both schools that will put you in a position to succeed. I don't think either will put him behind the 8 ball in making the NFL, both give great exposure, and I think both will have great defenses that he can succeed on in the future.
Who knows what his decision will actually come down to, but his dad is making it seem that education is a major factor.
We need more Internet Police anyway.
In all seriousness E.J. is a baller, and I hope he chooses Michigan. He did his recruitment the right way, and I'll cheer for him wherever he ends up.
I can't. You win. Kid should go to Indiana or Duke IYAM.
Who pissed in your oatmeal? The kid has a desire to be in the FBI as a forensic investigator.
Is it your nature to be cynical and argumentative without having all the data?
Ej is not your typical Florida state linebacker. Under sized speed guy. His more of a bigger old school thumper of a Lb. Very good tackler, not much speed ,or range. Should be a middle LB and be pretty good at it.
This post was edited by TerpsSoccer 2 years ago
girls the girls they love me.
You need to stay updated. FSU's starting LBers this will be
and backing up 6'3 220 will be 6'1 245
Levenberry is a great athlete for his size. He's not being recruited for MLB for Michigan, and I doubt he is at FSU either. Going sideline to sideline is one of his stronger traits.
Think he is FSU bound. I think even most FSU fans think the major is an issue in their favor.
Good luck to him, where ever he ends up.
Agree. IMO, he is FSU bound at the criminal justice program was the deciding factor.
BTW, EJ is seriously underrated on this site IMO. Hoke and Mattison want him bad. We are full at LB w/ 6 highly regarded commits over the last two years. That is in addition to 2 of our 3 starters last year still having 3 years of eligibility.
The fact that the coaches still want EJ speaks volumes about this kids talent (at least as it pertains to our defensive scheme), considering they told both Dorian O'Daniel and Alex Anzalone to not even bother visiting.
EDIT: I really approve of how EJ and his family have handled his recruitment. They are all top notch people. Whoever gets EJ is getting an ELITE linebacker on and off the field.
This post was edited by MgoPhilly 2 years ago
As of the end of this past season Duke had three players in the NFL and Indiana had nine.
Itas been a while since Duke has had a player drafted, but one of there receivers might get drafted
2 pages later and I say he's all Blue!!
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