Discussion in 'College Football Forum' started by MAIZEandBLUE09, Jan 10, 2019 at 2:55 PM.
You get caught up in so much of my collateral damage.
You know, relatively speaking its like going camping with you. You never really truly let me in
Hopefully with the love child of Thor and Rudy gone we won't have anymore "misunderstandings" like that
My brother (who is a Michigan fan) calls him Chase Whatabitch.
He played above his talent level. He won't stick in the League
That being said, I can appreciate his trajectory as a walk-on to All-American but those dudes also tend to get annoying
Maybe check out 247s recruiter rankings...
Maybe I did...
85. Al Washington
143. Anthony Campanile
I don't know if this guy is going to work out, but he's saying the right things:
The hashtag #SpeedInSpace has Michigan twitter in a frenzy
It doesn’t take much to get you guys all lathered up in the Michigan butter.
I think MSU fans of all fans can understand our excitement in someone hinting at actually using our offensive skill players. I suspect MSU fans would be slathering up if Dantonio hired someone and they said this.
What are your thoughts on replacing Washington with a much worse recruiter, contrary to your initial assertion?
And we have another spot open. If that guy comes in and ranks higher than the mid-80's, we've won all around. Also, Campanile is handicapped because he was recruiting at BC. I imagine that will get a significant bump in 2020 with the Michigan brand behind him. Unlike the guys you picked up, who rank that low; despite being at a major program.
Of note, your 70 year old DC ranks lower than all of them.
Nope, you said Campanile was better than Washington and then arrogantly told me to check the 247 rankings.
Also, Gattis isn't #20. Kevin Wilson is #20.
I greatly question those rankings anyhow. They have someone named Chris Partridge from michigan ranked top 10 as a national recruiter and lists him as their LBs coach, even though he wasn't the LBs coach. They also give him credit for commitments from a center, RB, TE, OT, and multiple WRs, even though he was the ST/safeties coach. Makes no sense.
Yes, I made an error. I was comparing him to Mattison's ranking. But there's still room for Michigan to improve overall given how low Mattison ranks since we still have that spot open.
Partridge was originally our LB's coach and got a bump last year to Special Teams and safeties. Partridge is our best recruiter and has been involved in some offense guys because of his connections to the East Coast.
So Mattison is almost universally regarded as one of the most respected recruiters, yet he's listed around 150? Also, on the rankings page, it credits him with only 3 commits. Yet when you open his recruiting profile, he's credited with basically every high-ranking defensive recruit you guys have had over the past several years. Again, doesn't make much sense.
What does the East Coast have to do with him working with offense recruits?
I think he was our recruiting coordinator, or something like that, prior to joining the staff. So he had built relationships with lots of kids on both sides of the ball. And he was the HC at that new jersey HS where we got Peppers; so he knew a lot of kids in that area from that.
I guess we'll see what happens moving forward. Gattis no longer has the ace up his sleeve of being able to basically guarantee kids they'll play for a national title every year while playing for the best college HC of all-time. Again, he also hasn't called plays once in his life, so it'll be a different animal for him.
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