Discussion in 'Washington Huskies' started by RegentDenali, Jan 28, 2018.
2019 Pac-12 Football Team Rankings
Top performers: 2018 Polynesian Bowl & Combine in Las Vegas
OL Nathaniel Kalepo — The lone participant that had already been invited to the 2019 Polynesian Bowl heading into the event, Kalepo turned in a good showing at right tackle. He was the tallest offensive tackle in the field and, despite having a target on his chest, was able to prove why he’s already committed to Washington.
Huskies in contention for some pretty impressive interior defensive linemen. Not sure how many we need, I've heard the Huskies are also in contention for Jacob Bandes (#6 DT via 247 composite), and Faatui Tuitele (#2 DT via 247 composite).
I've heard he's trending up. Wouldn't be surprised if he gets elevated to 4* soon. Not to mention you can't even quantify the amount he has done to help recruit for the Huskies. Guy will definitely be a serious leader in the locker room.
He's been getting offers lately left & right. He'll be a 4* before this coming season starts. The thing about those cvnts at 247 is even when our guys get moved up a star, they don't change it on the team rankings like they are suppose to. I've emailed them twice now about that shit.
Interesting, I didn't know that. In the end what really matters is how they end up performing on the field, not what 247 thinks of them.
Agreed but it doesn't help with bragging rights ... and that's where it's at on the internet when it comes to recruiting. It's not easy to bash Oregon posters when 247 is dragging their dick in the dirt.
It's easy to bash Oregon posters when we have won the previous two contests by a combined score of 108-24
Come man, the women in Oregon have bigger dicks then both of us, Its like SF234 rankings don't mean shit, its what they do on the field that counts!
Anyone who thinks recruiting isn't one of the biggest aspects to winning in college football needs to get a clue. Every college football champion dating back to the beginning of the BCS had top 10 recruiting classes. Coaching only gets you so far ... if you don't have the studs in the barn you aren't going to be competing for natty's .. and that's a fact.
As one college football coach put it: 'It isn't as much about the X's & O's these days as it is getting the Jimmy & Joe's.'
No I agree, 4* are the bread and butter, but so are 3* that grow up with a chip on their shoulders and prove the experts wrong on the field!
Why does UW have the most 2019 commits of any Pac-12 football team? Who's next to join the Huskies?
Trip swayed Pa‘ama to pick UW over USC
Miki Ah You, Kahuku, Outside Linebacker
Recruiting Roundup: 2019 Prospects Making Their Way Up To UW
Noa Ngalu is Washington's lucky seventh verbal commit for 2019
Noa Ngalu, Menlo-Atherton, Defensive Tackle
#Woof: Huskies Land California Defensive Tackle
Washington recruiting notebook: Huskies favorite for top 2019 tight end
TheDawgReport.com - Woof! Huskies Add Seventh Commitment to 2019 Recruiting Class
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