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This post was edited by BBucksorBeGone8 14 months ago
I'll answer for you: Dayne Crist.
at somebody downvoting my P Dub joke
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.
Without self-knowledge there is no individuality
Dude was a monster at Servite.
You see that sign that says 'Rib Tips'??
3 time POTW
Whitney Lewis and it isn't close
Agree on Farmer, so far.
Think Baxter would have to be a candidate for you guys too. I thought that guy was gonna tear the PAC up.
Vidal Hazelton is up there as well.
Definitely agree on Whitney Lewis. He was the third overall player in his class and didn't do jack squat in college.
At least Galippo was a starter.
Farmer only has two years of eligibility left. I feel as though he should have been red-shirted last year.
Barring injuries, he likely won't see lots of playing time next year, what with Marqise Lee and Nelson Agholor being ahead of him on the depth chart. His best chance at starting will come two years later, when he's a Sr. However, that's no guarantee because he'll still have to beat out Darreus Rogers and Steven Mitchell.
Jason Gwaltney 5* rb from NJ
Got nothing on James Aldridge IYAM
Kyle Wright went to my high school. He was a beast but liked to party a little too much and if I had to guess that is what brought him down.
He was a beast this season too
6 picks, 5th nationally
Wrong. I'm a Jersey guy and never heard of him. Looked it up and he's from NY where football is awful. Jersey football is 1,000x better.... When you mentioned that I was like, who???
But you're right, he sucks! LOL!! The next Jim Brown, my azz.....
As a USC fan, I'm forever grateful to New Jersey, man. Brian Cushing and Dwayne Jarrett, both of whom had very successful careers at USC, are from the Garden State. Salute, brother.
David Paine #1 recruit in 1999, 42 sacks as a senior ... enough said
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Cushing was only good cause of steroids, he isn't the only one on them though
For SC fans either Ricardo Hurley or Demetruis Summers
Fear the Fish
Definitely Kevin Grady for Michigan. Broke a bunch of Jerome Bettis's and Ty Wheatley's Michigan HS records, was supposedly pushing Mike Hart when he arrived (after Hart's 1400 yard freshman season), and ended up doing basically nothing for Michigan. He was big and strong, but had some of the slowest feet and poorest vision you could ever imagine for a RB. He would literally run into the OL that was blocking for him instead of finding the hole to hit.
Will Campbell didn't live up his 5* rating, but half of his career was sabotaged by Rich Rod and Greg Robinson. If he had been coached by Hoke and Mattison for five years (he should've been redshirted, instead RR burned his redshirt in 2009 so he could block on the FG unit), he would've been an above average player. He had a serviceable senior year.
Justin Turner is up there for Michigan, too.
Just for starters. 5* Sam Young RT, 5* James Aldridge RB, Ethan Johnson DL most recent kids. Crist is definitely at the top. Matt Carefull transferred but never did anything. Clifford Jefferson is older kid that comes to mind.
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