Discussion in 'Recruiting' started by OSUBasketballJunkie, Dec 22, 2008.
Recruiting is an inexact science to say the least....
Looking ahead to 2010~~
already have 2 verbals and don't be surprised if by the weekend at least 1 more will commit,Norwel or James both top 50 for 2010.
Todd Boeckman made All-Big Ten in 2003? He was being gray-shirted that year.
No........your reading it wrong.........the year 2003 is his class year and what he accomplished as a 3 star..........:biggrin:
Haha, ok. I'm still sleepy. Late one last night!
This seems like the hardest position for OSU to bring in top notch recruits on a normal basis.
Any big name DT's that OSU has begun working on or will begin soon that we can begin :drool: over?
Um, Johnny Simon?
Garrett Goebel was a top 100 player on some recruiting sites for 2008.
Right, but Johnny Simon was a 5* in one place and ranked as like the 40th ranked guy on Rivals. I feel like we have trouble there over other places
Simon started in the All-American game, which means he was better than other All-Americans who showed up for the game.
Either way, don't get too caught up in recruiting rankings.
Indeed, we've brought in some highly rated DTs the last two years and it's always good to keep the ranks stocked with top end talent. For 2010, top DTs are out of state as is normal and there are a few according to the major recruiting websites. Beau Allen (MN), Calvin Barnett (OK), Frank Boenzi (IL), Terrance Bourne (DE), Ray Guy (TX) (Same team as our most recent QB pursuit, Kenny Guiton). Sharrif Floyd (PA) is a guy that did very well at the most recent junior combine, and he looks pretty beastly.
Buckeyes Once Again Sign Pennsylvania's Best............
Signing Day Scenes: Boren, Wood, Longo..............
Signing Day Always Has Drama............
Yahoo's nice article on recruiting and tOSU
Here is the link:Ohio State poised to score big on signing day - College Football - Rivals.com
A nice article no doubt!
Generally right on. I'm amazed that a major media outlet had so little slant & just reported the facts as they see them.
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