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What is your favorite part of this recruiting class? And why?
I'd have to go with the battering RAM Wilder and the best RB in Florida Freeman. Stealing a Gator LOCK is one reason, but he has phenomenal potential with Eddie Gran coaching him up. Same with Freeman.
For me its the BIG UGLYS. The oline and dline talent the coaches are bringing in this year IMO is second to none. Great teams are made with great lines and smart QBs. Oh we have one of those coming in too. GO NOLES!
OL is absolutely sick. I thought Hart and Prestwood both have AA ability and then you hear that our coaches think Matius is the most college ready.
Jernigan makes the DT class filthy. NLS has a ways to go as far as learning the position, but his athleticism is scary. He actually has a little Jernigan and Jacobbi Macdaniel in his game IMO. And Mitchell could be another Travis Johnson here.
I also love Wilder, Freeman and Beverly. Beverly is the sleeper, but that kid is a football player. Freeman is exceptional and Wilder is the second best player in the country.
Hard to name just one, from the Freeman/Coker finds, to the James Wilder snatch and run, the steal of Waisome in the last seconds, the incredible haul of Offensive Lineman, to hopefully stealing a long time Gator fan ( Jernigan ? )
Also if and when Tony joins the class that will be a moment better than any christmas I had growing up, he is one of my favorite recruits of all time and will instantly become my favorite player once he joins the team.
Its really hard to choose one, but if I had to do it I would pick the 7 Big Ugly's, I feel they were the most needed in order for us to reach elite status and never in my wildest imagination did I think a class this good was possible along the OL, A+ Rick, A freaking +.
Put me down for the OL group, can't wait to see them in a few years. My favorite in the group are Pettis and Hart, also really like Prestwood and Lovelady.
This post was edited by NoVaNoles on 1/31/2011 at 4:29 PM
Going w/ O' Leary, his skill set in this offense will open up so much more not only for him, but the wides being able to find more open spots in the passing game as well as the run game dynamic.
Interesting "hybrid" element we haven't had in.....well forever it seems. Good ? though.
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