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Which recruit did your team have low on it's radar, definitely not a must have at the time tbh, but when you saw him play as a true freshman or maybe a RS freshman for someone else you were like....FUUUUUUU!!!!!
This post has been edited 2 times, most recently by Red Goodman 17 months ago
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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.
Oops, read it wrong...
This post was edited by usctrojan1 17 months ago
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Scott Cricton 3* out of Washington, only had offers from Oregon st and WSU. WIll be a 1st round pick next year
You should probably change the title to most underrated recruit your team missed on.
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Ha, no kidding if you talking about the former FSU LB
He was good while he lasted at FSU, I totally forgot about him
Weren't they both 5 stars?
Read that wrong
This post was edited by shavisimo2 17 months ago
Boyd definitely was on one of the sites (although it was probably scout since they give out 5 stars like candy). Either way, he was like top 75 on every site. Seems like he wouldn't have been low on the radar. Maybe not top of the board, but not like some guy who you bring in knowing he could get an offer in a down year, but no shot in a normal year.
Correct, but being a 5 star on scout is like, not cool brah
2002- RB Jerious Norwood
WR Ben Obomanu
CB Fabian Washington
CB Jason Allen
2003- QB JaMarcus Russell/
WR Chad Jackson
OL Arron Sears
LB Kenny Hollis
2004- OL Chester Adams
DB Chevis Jackson
2005- RB James Davis
DB Derek Pegues
2006- QB Tim Tebow
2007- ATH Golden Tate
2008- QB Blaine Gabbert
2009- DB Greg Reid
OL Bobby Massie
WR Reuben Randle
DL Fletcher Cox
2010- WR Keenan Allen
2011- CB Malcolm Mitchell
DL Jadeveon Clowney
2012- QB Jameis Winston
RB Jeremy Hill
"Because Bama now sucks just like FSU used to suck when we were getting dominated by OU. Does it make sense now?"- Sliger (FSU Fan)
Mis read the topic. But you could argue a few of those guys were underrated due to what they did on the field
He attended TWO USC feeder schools, wanted to play at USC and never got an offer
Never understood why
He has struggled a bit in the NFL, but I thought he was the best CB we faced after Terrence Newman
Of course, a lot of schools missed on him
This post was edited by BlemBlam3 17 months ago
LSU has a few every year. We can't take everyone in the state so some get away and do good things elsewhere. TAM has had quite a few good ones and have at least 1 this year in Noel Ellis and maybe Darian Claiborne as well.
OOS this year I think Will Likely is the guy we're gonna hate that we didn't take. 2-3 more inches and he'd be a top 50 kid.
Greg Reid. Randy Shannon told him he's too small to play at Miami.
Good job, Randy.
I would have put Lamarcus Joyner for you guys, for Randy told him the same thing
We missed Greg this season but Joyner was and is a better player, and leader
I agree. Kid is a stud, but the thing with Reid is that he WANTED to come pretty bad. Did Joyner want to come as well? Not sure of his situation.... Nova who's your biggest underrated?
You think Roberson is that good with UF?
Yeh when I posted in the thread the title was different though.
It was something like most overrated recruit you didn't get who turned out not to be overrated or something like that.
Yes, big... hits hard and is very solid with the ball in his hands
I was impressed with him every game I saw him in this season
He is a true STA Raider, for the majority of them pan out at the next level
Blaine Gabbert and Josh Freeman. 2 Nebraska decommitted.
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Agreed. As far as the topic it's my fault. I was aiming to target the prospects that were not high on your board but when you saw them play elsewhere you were like damn why did we not recruit him harder. Hidden gem.
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