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How many didn't pan out, quit,or transferred
Tre Jackson Thanks GnG4Life...
This post has been edited 2 times, most recently by ChopNole20 16 months ago
Not guilty y'all got to feel me
Stop, just stop.
Furlong, ganguza; Hillary and Jackson were all prospects of the prior staff.
So by looking at this, 2009 and 2010 were the years that killed depth. Also, if you look at the 07, 08 and 2012, trickett has had at least one lineman go to the pros. I think that is more than some schools have done.
I'm sorry but your ability to evaluate offensive line talent is in question. Some of those guys that you listed as below average performers were on All-ACC teams. Once again, folks that can't evaluate talent have to use excessive adjectives.
You r wrong on ganguzza...he is the one who called trickett and asked him why he didn't get an offer,this impressed trickett and he immediately offered.....the rest is history
Andrew Datko - Good when healthy
Garrett Faircloth - Unknown - injuries
Zebrie Sanders - Good
Rhonne Sanderson - Unknown - injuries
Blake Snider - Unknown - injuries
David Spurlock - Good before concussions
Joe Tonga - Bust
Henry Orelus - Unknown - injuries
Aubrey Phillips - Transfer
John Prior - Left
Dan Foose - Bust
Austin Barron - TBD - leaning toward good
Ruben Carter - TBD
Jacob Fahrenkrug - Below average
Bobby Hart - TBD
Sterling Lovelady - TBD
Josue Matias - Good
Trey Pettis - TBD
Jordan Prestwood - Transfer
Daniel Glauser - Below average
Menelik Watson - Good
Wilson Bell - TBD
Ira Denson - TBD
Ryan Hoefeld - TBD
Richy Klepal - Concussions
Also forgot Tre Jackson for 2011.
That last time I checked, my brother pays for this subscription and if you don't like what I post don't reply! Now you stop it...
lol You're using your brother's subscription?
Bryan Stork as well.
I got the names off of the recruiting board... I can't believe I missed Stork LOL...
Probably because stork was recruited as a tight end
You mean like Kerr, who is expected to move to OL?
This post was edited by gonoles1 16 months ago
and you are basing guys who may have made an All-ACC in "some" form a good way to evaluate what they did. The ACC blows bro. How many of those guys are starters in the league? I thought so.
12 ACC teams. 5 lineman per All ACC team (1st,2nd,3rd) = 15 lineman chosen out of a minimum of 60 "starters", that's the upper 25% in the ACC. You say "the ACC blows bro", I think that's a topic for a different discussion, not our o-line development.
How many guys on the list are starters in the NFL? How many are on NFL rosters for that matter?
That wasn't the question. He mentioned all ACC, you mocked that. I was just pointing out my thoughts. I really don't care how many, if any and won't waste my time researching that.
I believe he was recruited to play OL.He was a TE as a junior and shifted to tackle as a senior. Does that sound right?
I am right on Ganguzza. I knew his dad and helped the kid while in high school try and get recruited. John Lilly was on FSU staff still before he left to Georgia. He recommended the kid to RT because they needed bodies. Because of the lack of bodies, the kids grades...he was offered. This is a fact. I get so tired of people making s**t up. Like I said before...I personally knew the kid and his family and know the entire situation.
Hillary was offered by McHale...who did not even realize he offered the kid. What was shocking is they took his commitment and he never made it in because of grades.
Furlong was also offered by McHale. FSU honored his commitment. Jatavious and Josh will know this ended up at USF because Trickett did not want him....He did not like the kid and guess what he was right...Just like the OL from georgia that year who FSU had a commitment from and ended up in Georgia because he stunk in the All-Star game.
And none of those kids are FSU kids either.
Taking Foose only in 2010 was not a good decision.
2011 OL class saved FSU. I think the staff has done a much better job of evaluating OL talent since 2011
That list is a who's - who of who the f@ck?
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