Discussion in 'College Football Forum' started by Innermind, Aug 5, 2017.
If he had we wouldn’t have Haselwood.
4-star WR David Bell out of Indiana has committed to Purdue...no surprise here.
David Bell, Warren Central, Wide Receiver
What site is that?
The 5 star receivers on 247 are(in order)
Gotta have them pan out. I feel like WR is one of the highest bust positions for 5* over the last 5 years or so.
Wilson is going to piss and shit all over the Big Ten be a major part of our two-deep this year
Well - Don't remember posting this.
Haha. Wilson is going to be a good one. He did have a case of the dropsies early in the AA game but finished strong.
Well, I'm completely sober right now and I don't know how to cross out things and post it.
Recruiting Rankings as of 1/7:
1. Alabama (1st nationally)
2. Georgia (2nd nationally)
3. Texas A&M (3rd nationally)
4. LSU (5th nationally)
5. Florida (11th nationally)
6. Auburn (12th nationally)
7. Tennessee (16th nationally)
8. Arkansas (20th nationally)
9. South Carolina (21st nationally)
10. Ole Miss (22nd nationally)
11. Mississippi State (24th nationally)
12. Kentucky (32nd nationally)
13. Missouri (34th nationally)
14. Vanderbilt (49th nationally)
1. Oklahoma (4th nationally)
2. Texas (9th nationally)
3. TCU (31st nationally)
4. Baylor (36th nationally)
5. Iowa State (43rd nationally)
6. Oklahoma State (44th nationally)
7. West Virginia (52nd nationally)
8. Texas Tech (60th nationally)
9. Kansas State (73rd nationally)
10. Kansas (116th nationally)
1. Clemson (6th nationally)
2. Florida State (17th nationally)
3. NC State (26th nationally)
4. Virginia Tech (29th nationally)
5. Miami FL (33rd nationally)
6. Virginia (35th nationally)
7. North Carolina (39th nationally)
8. Duke (42nd nationally)
9. Wake Forest (46th nationally)
10. Pittsburgh (51st nationally)
11. Georgia Tech (54th nationally)
12. Boston College (55th nationally)
13. Syracuse (59th nationally)
14. Louisville (132nd nationally)
1. Oregon (7th nationally)
2. USC (13th nationally)
3. Washington (18th nationally)
4. Stanford (19th nationally)
5. Arizona State (30th nationally)
6. California (41st nationally)
7. Arizona (47th nationally)
8. UCLA (48th nationally)
9. Colorado (50th nationally)
10. Washington State (57th nationally)
11. Oregon State (68th nationally)
12. Utah (71st nationally)
1. Michigan (8th nationally)
2. Penn State (10th nationally)
3. Ohio State (14th nationally)
4. Nebraska (23rd nationally)
5. Purdue (25th nationally)
6. Michigan State (27th nationally)
7. Wisconsin (28th nationally)
8. Minnesota (37th nationally)
9. Iowa (38th nationally)
10. Indiana (40th nationally)
11. Northwestern (45th nationally)
12. Illinois (61st nationally)
13. Rutgers (62nd nationally)
14. Maryland (81st nationally)
Notre Dame (15th nationally)
UCF (53rd nationally)
Boise State (56th nationally)
Memphis (58th nationally)
SMU (63rd nationally)
USF (66th nationally)
Houston (72nd nationally)
Cincinnati (74th nationally)
BYU (79th nationally)
4-star SDE Charles Moore out of Mississippi has decommitted from Mississippi State.
Charles Moore, Louisville, Strong-Side Defensive End
Per the following article, besides Mississippi State, five other schools are still in play... Florida, Florida State, Tennessee, LSU, Auburn:
Tennessee DL target decommits from Mississippi State
So with the departure of Haskins OSU sits at 87 scholarship players.
Do we anticipate any more declaring?
Definitely little to no space to add much more to this year's class.
The "good news" is next year's senior class currently sits at 18 and will almost certainly allow for a full incoming class.
Wouldn't shock me if Sheffield declared, and KJ Hill could also potentially go. We also haven't gotten into transfer season yet, so I'd expect some attrition there.
Yea I was thinking maybe room for 3 more or so this year
It was funny when @MAIZEandBLUE09 was making fun of OSU's class because he thought we simply weren't able to get any more kids to commit without realizing we're already at full capacity with the kids we got.
Oh I recall. And everyone was telling him how wrong he was then lol
Par for the course
Maybe when we figure out if Taver stays or goes?
4-star RB Jerrion Ealy out of Mississippi has decommitted from Ole Miss and apparently is favoring Clemson.
Jerrion Ealy, Jackson Prep, Running Back
Highest-rated prospect committed to Ole Miss announces decommitment
*I know it doesn't work like this*
But if you count Fields in this class, OSU jumps up to #9 (or if you would have counted him in the 2018 class, that class would have been #1). Again, just thought it was a little interesting.
I don't know how yall weren't number 1 last year anyways. Same amount of recruits, yall had a slightly higher average though on 247.
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