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Why would I or anyone approve of this?
And what are you doing in the MSU/UM thread?
This post was edited by CaliSpartan0606 14 months ago
Why do I get the feeling that kid needs a ton of nurturing. I really hope MSU has helped him in someway find a good agent who will help him with his money. I fear of the three juniors we'll hear he's broke in five years. Just my impression I hope I'm wrong.
I hope all the guy's Spartan and Wolverine get good careers and are well compensated at this point.
Read about Denard's arm and how it is still messsed up. A real shame imo. For all he's put himself through he deserves to be compensated.
I think he'll get payed somewhere but I don't know about the longevity of his career. I really hope he goes to a stable organization that can take their time and develop him properly. He was a terrific ambassador for this university and a great player.
On a more positive note, it seems like Leveon Bell might have really helped himself at the combine. It was a smart move for him to leave early. Running backs have far too short of a shelf life to pass up the opportunity to go to the NFL.
Agree on all fronts.
With the speed he has seems like he should be able to do something in the pros. RB?
I see a lot of people talking about him as I KR/PR but I don't see it. His hands really aren't that great and he has no experience in the return game. I like the idea of using him in a playmaker package. I'd like to see him in sweeps, screens, slants, and quick outs, while occasionally lining him up as a change of pace back. If you can get him the ball in open space then good things are going to happen. Eventually, if he progresses, you can utilize him more as a wide receiver or returner.
As a side note, why do people become so disconnected from reality when they post on the internet? I mean, have you guys noticed the way people act when they get behind a screen name? It's all so weird to me.
One of the best agents/lawyers in the business is Rob Pelinka. Gholson should see if Pelinka will take him on.
Seems likely given his speed. I just hope he doesn't end up at the Lions or the bills.
Big Ten teams in AP poll: #Indiana (1), #Michigan (4), #MSU (9), #OhioSt. (16), #Wisconsin (17).
Sparty I'm just curious, how lengthy do you think the meltdown thread on RCMB will be when Drake Harris flips? Over 20 pages?
No one in this thread takes part in the meltdown's.. I'm sure, if it happens, it will be of epic proportions, if it happens.
Agreed! Can't wait.
I for one, as a fan of the Bills, hope he does in fact land in Buffalo.
Could use another game breaking speedster who can take it to the house any time he has the ball to pair with Mr. Spiller.
It would definitely be Michigan. OSU and Bama don't have a chance IMO.
One big meltdown thread? That's not our style. Expect several medium sized threads peppering the first page... along with one poor thread called "Thoughts about moving to Pittsburgh?" that simply doesn't stand a chance.
0% chance he flips to UM..
If he flips, it will be to out of state school
Two visits in two weeks doesn't equate to 0 % in my mind.
Free tickets and swag..
Why wouldn't he go on as many trips he can? esp. ones that are in state that he can get to.. No doubt he's enjoying his recruiting and he should.. I just don't see him flipping to an instate school.. Florida or Bama IMO would be where he would end up if he doesn't stay at MSU
Zero percent chance to me means he wouldn't even visit that school. I'd say its more like 10.
Fine 10% UM..
55% MSU.. 15% Florida, 12% Bama, 8% OSU
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