Discussion in 'College Football Forum' started by SUBuddha, Oct 15, 2017.
a complete game3 CWS win for a freshman pitcher…zero to hero in a heartbeat.
congrats wally. Your fans deserve a moment like this. Enjoy it.
Oregon gets another WR. 4* Lance Wilhoite out of Tennessee. Also holds offers from Arkansas, Auburn, Clemson, Florida, Florida Sate, Indiana, Kentucky, Louisville, LSU, Miami, Miss St, Missouri, NC St, Ohio State, Ole Miss, Penn St, Purdue, South Carolina, Tenn, Vandy, VT
It is nice to see ASU atop Arizona in most categories. I am a not surprised who is ahead of ASU either. Also the high expenses due to football stadium and new training facilities. You should see the hot tub area! Spend that $$$dough.
No surprises here......
That makes 4 commits for the Cardinal.
Would be nice to get this kid.
5-Star Bru McCoy Is a 2-Way Superstar Athlete in Great Demand
EAT SHIT AND DIE MUDDAFUCKERZ!
Seems like a long way to travel just to get their ass kicked.
Except for the UCLA game. They'll win that one.
Congrats to @mrwallace2ku and his beloved Beavs!!
18 for '18: College football's most freakish athletes
Porter Gustin - LB
A four-sport athlete in high school (football, basketball, baseball, track), Gustin matches freakish toughness with freakish athletic skill. He played with two broken hands as a high school star in 2013, and didn't undergo surgery to repair one of them until January 2017, after two full seasons at USC. Now entering his final season as a Trojan, he brings the same intensity to his training as he does to the field. At 255 pounds, the pass-rushing linebacker was timed at 4.5 seconds in the 40-yard dash prior to last season. With a bench-press max of 475 pounds and a 35-inch vertical jump, he's built like a tank, and as his Twitter background photo indicates, he isn't shy about showing off his physique.
Renell Wren - DL
School: Arizona State
Wren, who already has earned an undergraduate degree, returns to ASU this fall as one of the most athletic big men in the game. At 6-foot-6 and 297 pounds, he can run the 40-yard dash in 4.85 seconds. He's been timed in the 20-yard shuttle at 4.44 seconds, which would have ranked sixth among 2018 NFL combine defensive linemen, right behind first-round picks Bradley Chubband Marcus Davenport, who both turned in a 4.41 at a much lighter weight. Wren can broad jump 10 feet and his vertical jump is 34.5 inches. In the weight room, he can squat 600 pounds, and here, he deadlifts 545 pounds for five reps.
Drew Lewis - LB
He weighs just 225 pounds, but Lewis' 355-pound clean is tied for the best on the team and only 10 pounds short of the CU record. He recorded a 10-6 in his most recent broad-jump test, though he turned in a 10-10 last year. That's an elite mark for a linebacker, as the top broad jumps for the position at the NFL combine the last two years have been 10-8 (2017) and 10-11 (2018). He can also squat 515 pounds. Lewis is as productive on the field as he is impressive in training, leading the Buffs with 119 tackles last year, including double-digit stops in seven games.
3 commits in the last 24 hours, Cardinal up to 6 commits with 4 espn300 and 2 espn 3*CB's today.
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