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Re: 2013 Recruiting Thread

Postby twballgame9 on Wed May 02, 2012 9:49 pm

I am here to report that some other guy signed with a school that's not BC.
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Re: 2013 Recruiting Thread

Postby NJM89 on Thu May 03, 2012 12:29 pm

Boston College has only two 2013 commitments thus far, but one of them comes from Manchester (Conn.) High tight end Andrew Isaacs, the nation's No. 182 overall recruit. Boston College's highest-rated 2012 signee was Christchurch (Va.) offensive tackle Win Homer, ranked 248th nationally.

Whether Isaacs actually ends up at Boston College remains uncertain. Isaacs describes himself as a soft commitment and says he's keeping his options open.

"The [BC] coaches understand this is a business," Isaacs told EagleAction.com. "They said they want me there and they know that right now I want to be there. I told them [there] could be a whole bunch of opportunities at other schools, but as of right now I really like BC, so they understand that."

Isaacs' situation underscores the importance of the upcoming season for Boston College's recruiting efforts. Can the Eagles hang on to Isaacs if they fail to earn a bowl bid again? How can they attract other Rivals250 recruits if they have a second straight losing season?

"Andrew Isaacs has always said his dream school is Boston College," Farrell said. "I think all things being equal, he wants to go to Boston College. I think he's a soft commitment because everybody knows Spaziani is on the hot seat. I'd say it's a very tenuous commitment and really contingent on what happens during the season and also what happens after the season. If BC goes 4-8 and Spaz is fired, who are they going to hire? Is that guy going to be able to come in and lure him back?"


http://bostoncollege.rivals.com/content.asp?CID=1361592
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Re: 2013 Recruiting Thread

Postby cvilleagle on Thu May 03, 2012 1:05 pm

NJM89 wrote:
Boston College has only two 2013 commitments thus far, but one of them comes from Manchester (Conn.) High tight end Andrew Isaacs, the nation's No. 182 overall recruit. Boston College's highest-rated 2012 signee was Christchurch (Va.) offensive tackle Win Homer, ranked 248th nationally.

Whether Isaacs actually ends up at Boston College remains uncertain. Isaacs describes himself as a soft commitment and says he's keeping his options open.

"The [BC] coaches understand this is a business," Isaacs told EagleAction.com. "They said they want me there and they know that right now I want to be there. I told them [there] could be a whole bunch of opportunities at other schools, but as of right now I really like BC, so they understand that."

Isaacs' situation underscores the importance of the upcoming season for Boston College's recruiting efforts. Can the Eagles hang on to Isaacs if they fail to earn a bowl bid again? How can they attract other Rivals250 recruits if they have a second straight losing season?

"Andrew Isaacs has always said his dream school is Boston College," Farrell said. "I think all things being equal, he wants to go to Boston College. I think he's a soft commitment because everybody knows Spaziani is on the hot seat. I'd say it's a very tenuous commitment and really contingent on what happens during the season and also what happens after the season. If BC goes 4-8 and Spaz is fired, who are they going to hire? Is that guy going to be able to come in and lure him back?"


http://bostoncollege.rivals.com/content.asp?CID=1361592


No way this kid goes to BC. I wouldn't bet on him being in a BC uniform if someone gave me 50-1 odds.
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Re: 2013 Recruiting Thread

Postby eepstein0 on Thu May 03, 2012 1:06 pm

cvilleagle wrote:
NJM89 wrote:
Boston College has only two 2013 commitments thus far, but one of them comes from Manchester (Conn.) High tight end Andrew Isaacs, the nation's No. 182 overall recruit. Boston College's highest-rated 2012 signee was Christchurch (Va.) offensive tackle Win Homer, ranked 248th nationally.

Whether Isaacs actually ends up at Boston College remains uncertain. Isaacs describes himself as a soft commitment and says he's keeping his options open.

"The [BC] coaches understand this is a business," Isaacs told EagleAction.com. "They said they want me there and they know that right now I want to be there. I told them [there] could be a whole bunch of opportunities at other schools, but as of right now I really like BC, so they understand that."

Isaacs' situation underscores the importance of the upcoming season for Boston College's recruiting efforts. Can the Eagles hang on to Isaacs if they fail to earn a bowl bid again? How can they attract other Rivals250 recruits if they have a second straight losing season?

"Andrew Isaacs has always said his dream school is Boston College," Farrell said. "I think all things being equal, he wants to go to Boston College. I think he's a soft commitment because everybody knows Spaziani is on the hot seat. I'd say it's a very tenuous commitment and really contingent on what happens during the season and also what happens after the season. If BC goes 4-8 and Spaz is fired, who are they going to hire? Is that guy going to be able to come in and lure him back?"


http://bostoncollege.rivals.com/content.asp?CID=1361592


No way this kid goes to BC. I wouldn't bet on him being in a BC uniform if someone gave me 50-1 odds.


If BC made some awesome hire in December and the new coach convinced Andrew to stay he'll be here.
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Re: 2013 Recruiting Thread

Postby Shaddix on Thu May 03, 2012 1:20 pm

eepstein0 wrote:
cvilleagle wrote:
NJM89 wrote:
Boston College has only two 2013 commitments thus far, but one of them comes from Manchester (Conn.) High tight end Andrew Isaacs, the nation's No. 182 overall recruit. Boston College's highest-rated 2012 signee was Christchurch (Va.) offensive tackle Win Homer, ranked 248th nationally.

Whether Isaacs actually ends up at Boston College remains uncertain. Isaacs describes himself as a soft commitment and says he's keeping his options open.

"The [BC] coaches understand this is a business," Isaacs told EagleAction.com. "They said they want me there and they know that right now I want to be there. I told them [there] could be a whole bunch of opportunities at other schools, but as of right now I really like BC, so they understand that."

Isaacs' situation underscores the importance of the upcoming season for Boston College's recruiting efforts. Can the Eagles hang on to Isaacs if they fail to earn a bowl bid again? How can they attract other Rivals250 recruits if they have a second straight losing season?

"Andrew Isaacs has always said his dream school is Boston College," Farrell said. "I think all things being equal, he wants to go to Boston College. I think he's a soft commitment because everybody knows Spaziani is on the hot seat. I'd say it's a very tenuous commitment and really contingent on what happens during the season and also what happens after the season. If BC goes 4-8 and Spaz is fired, who are they going to hire? Is that guy going to be able to come in and lure him back?"


http://bostoncollege.rivals.com/content.asp?CID=1361592


No way this kid goes to BC. I wouldn't bet on him being in a BC uniform if someone gave me 50-1 odds.


If BC made some awesome hire in December and the new coach convinced Andrew to stay he'll be here.


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Re: 2013 Recruiting Thread

Postby eepstein0 on Thu May 03, 2012 1:22 pm

Shaddix wrote:
eepstein0 wrote:
cvilleagle wrote:
NJM89 wrote:
Boston College has only two 2013 commitments thus far, but one of them comes from Manchester (Conn.) High tight end Andrew Isaacs, the nation's No. 182 overall recruit. Boston College's highest-rated 2012 signee was Christchurch (Va.) offensive tackle Win Homer, ranked 248th nationally.

Whether Isaacs actually ends up at Boston College remains uncertain. Isaacs describes himself as a soft commitment and says he's keeping his options open.

"The [BC] coaches understand this is a business," Isaacs told EagleAction.com. "They said they want me there and they know that right now I want to be there. I told them [there] could be a whole bunch of opportunities at other schools, but as of right now I really like BC, so they understand that."

Isaacs' situation underscores the importance of the upcoming season for Boston College's recruiting efforts. Can the Eagles hang on to Isaacs if they fail to earn a bowl bid again? How can they attract other Rivals250 recruits if they have a second straight losing season?

"Andrew Isaacs has always said his dream school is Boston College," Farrell said. "I think all things being equal, he wants to go to Boston College. I think he's a soft commitment because everybody knows Spaziani is on the hot seat. I'd say it's a very tenuous commitment and really contingent on what happens during the season and also what happens after the season. If BC goes 4-8 and Spaz is fired, who are they going to hire? Is that guy going to be able to come in and lure him back?"


http://bostoncollege.rivals.com/content.asp?CID=1361592


No way this kid goes to BC. I wouldn't bet on him being in a BC uniform if someone gave me 50-1 odds.


If BC made some awesome hire in December and the new coach convinced Andrew to stay he'll be here.


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If :pickle makes the decisions there's no chance he gets hired. He's way too energetic and excitable.
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Re: 2013 Recruiting Thread

Postby GreenvilleEagle on Thu May 03, 2012 4:06 pm

Shaddix wrote:
eepstein0 wrote:
cvilleagle wrote:
NJM89 wrote:
Boston College has only two 2013 commitments thus far, but one of them comes from Manchester (Conn.) High tight end Andrew Isaacs, the nation's No. 182 overall recruit. Boston College's highest-rated 2012 signee was Christchurch (Va.) offensive tackle Win Homer, ranked 248th nationally.

Whether Isaacs actually ends up at Boston College remains uncertain. Isaacs describes himself as a soft commitment and says he's keeping his options open.

"The [BC] coaches understand this is a business," Isaacs told EagleAction.com. "They said they want me there and they know that right now I want to be there. I told them [there] could be a whole bunch of opportunities at other schools, but as of right now I really like BC, so they understand that."

Isaacs' situation underscores the importance of the upcoming season for Boston College's recruiting efforts. Can the Eagles hang on to Isaacs if they fail to earn a bowl bid again? How can they attract other Rivals250 recruits if they have a second straight losing season?

"Andrew Isaacs has always said his dream school is Boston College," Farrell said. "I think all things being equal, he wants to go to Boston College. I think he's a soft commitment because everybody knows Spaziani is on the hot seat. I'd say it's a very tenuous commitment and really contingent on what happens during the season and also what happens after the season. If BC goes 4-8 and Spaz is fired, who are they going to hire? Is that guy going to be able to come in and lure him back?"


http://bostoncollege.rivals.com/content.asp?CID=1361592


No way this kid goes to BC. I wouldn't bet on him being in a BC uniform if someone gave me 50-1 odds.


If BC made some awesome hire in December and the new coach convinced Andrew to stay he'll be here.


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More like Jason Swepson or Dave Clawson. Remember you read it here.
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Re: 2013 Recruiting Thread

Postby Mosi on Fri May 04, 2012 6:32 am

GreenvilleEagle wrote:
Shaddix wrote:
eepstein0 wrote:
cvilleagle wrote:
NJM89 wrote:
Boston College has only two 2013 commitments thus far, but one of them comes from Manchester (Conn.) High tight end Andrew Isaacs, the nation's No. 182 overall recruit. Boston College's highest-rated 2012 signee was Christchurch (Va.) offensive tackle Win Homer, ranked 248th nationally.

Whether Isaacs actually ends up at Boston College remains uncertain. Isaacs describes himself as a soft commitment and says he's keeping his options open.

"The [BC] coaches understand this is a business," Isaacs told EagleAction.com. "They said they want me there and they know that right now I want to be there. I told them [there] could be a whole bunch of opportunities at other schools, but as of right now I really like BC, so they understand that."

Isaacs' situation underscores the importance of the upcoming season for Boston College's recruiting efforts. Can the Eagles hang on to Isaacs if they fail to earn a bowl bid again? How can they attract other Rivals250 recruits if they have a second straight losing season?

"Andrew Isaacs has always said his dream school is Boston College," Farrell said. "I think all things being equal, he wants to go to Boston College. I think he's a soft commitment because everybody knows Spaziani is on the hot seat. I'd say it's a very tenuous commitment and really contingent on what happens during the season and also what happens after the season. If BC goes 4-8 and Spaz is fired, who are they going to hire? Is that guy going to be able to come in and lure him back?"


http://bostoncollege.rivals.com/content.asp?CID=1361592


No way this kid goes to BC. I wouldn't bet on him being in a BC uniform if someone gave me 50-1 odds.


If BC made some awesome hire in December and the new coach convinced Andrew to stay he'll be here.


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More like Jason Swepson or Dave Clawson. Remember you read it here.


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Re: 2013 Recruiting Thread

Postby DuchesneEast on Fri May 04, 2012 7:29 am

Mosi wrote:
GreenvilleEagle wrote:
Shaddix wrote:
eepstein0 wrote:
cvilleagle wrote:
NJM89 wrote:
Boston College has only two 2013 commitments thus far, but one of them comes from Manchester (Conn.) High tight end Andrew Isaacs, the nation's No. 182 overall recruit. Boston College's highest-rated 2012 signee was Christchurch (Va.) offensive tackle Win Homer, ranked 248th nationally.

Whether Isaacs actually ends up at Boston College remains uncertain. Isaacs describes himself as a soft commitment and says he's keeping his options open.

"The [BC] coaches understand this is a business," Isaacs told EagleAction.com. "They said they want me there and they know that right now I want to be there. I told them [there] could be a whole bunch of opportunities at other schools, but as of right now I really like BC, so they understand that."

Isaacs' situation underscores the importance of the upcoming season for Boston College's recruiting efforts. Can the Eagles hang on to Isaacs if they fail to earn a bowl bid again? How can they attract other Rivals250 recruits if they have a second straight losing season?

"Andrew Isaacs has always said his dream school is Boston College," Farrell said. "I think all things being equal, he wants to go to Boston College. I think he's a soft commitment because everybody knows Spaziani is on the hot seat. I'd say it's a very tenuous commitment and really contingent on what happens during the season and also what happens after the season. If BC goes 4-8 and Spaz is fired, who are they going to hire? Is that guy going to be able to come in and lure him back?"


http://bostoncollege.rivals.com/content.asp?CID=1361592


No way this kid goes to BC. I wouldn't bet on him being in a BC uniform if someone gave me 50-1 odds.


If BC made some awesome hire in December and the new coach convinced Andrew to stay he'll be here.


Mario Cristobal*


More like Jason Swepson or Dave Clawson. Remember you read it here.


more like JDF


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Re: 2013 Recruiting Thread

Postby PhillyandBCEagles on Fri May 04, 2012 8:58 am

Which could very well be exactly what Leahy wants.
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Re: 2013 Recruiting Thread

Postby hansen on Fri May 04, 2012 9:26 am

cvilleagle wrote:
NJM89 wrote:
Boston College has only two 2013 commitments thus far, but one of them comes from Manchester (Conn.) High tight end Andrew Isaacs, the nation's No. 182 overall recruit. Boston College's highest-rated 2012 signee was Christchurch (Va.) offensive tackle Win Homer, ranked 248th nationally.

Whether Isaacs actually ends up at Boston College remains uncertain. Isaacs describes himself as a soft commitment and says he's keeping his options open.

"The [BC] coaches understand this is a business," Isaacs told EagleAction.com. "They said they want me there and they know that right now I want to be there. I told them [there] could be a whole bunch of opportunities at other schools, but as of right now I really like BC, so they understand that."

Isaacs' situation underscores the importance of the upcoming season for Boston College's recruiting efforts. Can the Eagles hang on to Isaacs if they fail to earn a bowl bid again? How can they attract other Rivals250 recruits if they have a second straight losing season?

"Andrew Isaacs has always said his dream school is Boston College," Farrell said. "I think all things being equal, he wants to go to Boston College. I think he's a soft commitment because everybody knows Spaziani is on the hot seat. I'd say it's a very tenuous commitment and really contingent on what happens during the season and also what happens after the season. If BC goes 4-8 and Spaz is fired, who are they going to hire? Is that guy going to be able to come in and lure him back?"


http://bostoncollege.rivals.com/content.asp?CID=1361592


No way this kid goes to BC. I wouldn't bet on him being in a BC uniform if someone gave me 50-1 odds.


i'd take 50-1 odds. i think that's a good opening line actually.
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Re: 2013 Recruiting Thread

Postby DomingoOrtiz on Fri May 04, 2012 8:37 pm

Another commit from an ISL kid - DON'T MESS WITH SPAZ' MOTHERFUKING WALL!
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Re: 2013 Recruiting Thread

Postby BCSUPERFAN22 on Fri May 04, 2012 8:48 pm

DomingoOrtiz wrote:Another commit from an ISL kid - DON'T MESS WITH SPAZ' MOTHERFUKING WALL!


JRowland_Rivals: BREAKING: #BostonCollege has accepted a verbal commitment from quarterback Mackay Lowrie of West Roxbury (Mass.) Roxbury Latin
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Re: 2013 Recruiting Thread

Postby DomingoOrtiz on Fri May 04, 2012 9:00 pm

BCSUPERFAN22 wrote:
DomingoOrtiz wrote:Another commit from an ISL kid - DON'T MESS WITH SPAZ' MOTHERFUKING WALL!


JRowland_Rivals: BREAKING: #BostonCollege has accepted a verbal commitment from quarterback Mackay Lowrie of West Roxbury (Mass.) Roxbury Latin


I guess we couldn't wait to see him at camp before offering? That said, we need 2 QBs in this class and he won't scare anyone else off.
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Re: 2013 Recruiting Thread

Postby bignick33 on Sat May 05, 2012 12:32 am

BCSUPERFAN22 wrote:
DomingoOrtiz wrote:Another commit from an ISL kid - DON'T MESS WITH SPAZ' MOTHERFUKING WALL!


JRowland_Rivals: BREAKING: #BostonCollege has accepted a verbal commitment from quarterback Mackay Lowrie of West Roxbury (Mass.) Roxbury Latin


RL is a obviously great school, but this looks like a stretch. I'll probably have a chance to catch one of his games this year, so I'll report.
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Re: 2013 Recruiting Thread

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Re: 2013 Recruiting Thread

Postby bruisertm on Sat May 05, 2012 8:41 am

BCSUPERFAN22 wrote:
DomingoOrtiz wrote:Another commit from an ISL kid - DON'T MESS WITH SPAZ' MOTHERFUKING WALL!


JRowland_Rivals: BREAKING: #BostonCollege has accepted a verbal commitment from quarterback Mackay Lowrie of West Roxbury (Mass.) Roxbury Latin


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Re: 2013 Recruiting Thread

Postby 31southst on Sat May 05, 2012 9:48 am

Without weighing in on Lowry too much (I hope he does well, don't necessarily expect it), you have to wonder why Spaz was not willing to take a lower level QB in last year's class. If nothing else, that would keep better class separation.
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Re: 2013 Recruiting Thread

Postby bignick33 on Sat May 05, 2012 9:54 am

31southst wrote:Without weighing in on Lowry too much (I hope he does well, don't necessarily expect it), you have to wonder why Spaz was not willing to take a lower level QB in last year's class. If nothing else, that would keep better class separation.


It's not like 1 QB/year is conventional and obvious.
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Re: 2013 Recruiting Thread

Postby BCSUPERFAN22 on Sat May 05, 2012 10:03 am

31southst wrote:Without weighing in on Lowry too much (I hope he does well, don't necessarily expect it), you have to wonder why Spaz was not willing to take a lower level QB in last year's class. If nothing else, that would keep better class separation.


Looks like he works with Hartsell as his QB coach. One of the writers from 24's site (Coehlo from tha ringer ?) said that Lowrie was one of his top sleeper QBs in this class.

Has anyone read what TGOSB is saying about this ??

(The competition in all of his videos looks like he's playing against a special olympic team)
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Re: 2013 Recruiting Thread

Postby Shaddix on Sat May 05, 2012 10:47 am

BCSUPERFAN22 wrote:
31southst wrote:Without weighing in on Lowry too much (I hope he does well, don't necessarily expect it), you have to wonder why Spaz was not willing to take a lower level QB in last year's class. If nothing else, that would keep better class separation.


Looks like he works with Hartsell as his QB coach. One of the writers from 24's site (Coehlo from tha ringer ?) said that Lowrie was one of his top sleeper QBs in this class.

Has anyone read what TGOSB is saying about this ??

(The competition in all of his videos looks like he's playing against a special olympic team)


He only threw deep bombs, and half of which were very unimpressive. He would just throw it in an area with 3 defenders and the receiver would somehow make the jump ball catch.
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Re: 2013 Recruiting Thread

Postby garf112 on Sat May 05, 2012 3:19 pm

Shaddix wrote:
BCSUPERFAN22 wrote:
31southst wrote:Without weighing in on Lowry too much (I hope he does well, don't necessarily expect it), you have to wonder why Spaz was not willing to take a lower level QB in last year's class. If nothing else, that would keep better class separation.


Looks like he works with Hartsell as his QB coach. One of the writers from 24's site (Coehlo from tha ringer ?) said that Lowrie was one of his top sleeper QBs in this class.

Has anyone read what TGOSB is saying about this ??

(The competition in all of his videos looks like he's playing against a special olympic team)


He only threw deep bombs, and half of which were very unimpressive. He would just throw it in an area with 3 defenders and the receiver would somehow make the jump ball catch.


How much of the video did you watch?

He throws a good deep ball, threw well on the run, decent play action. Holds onto the ball too long. Video reminds me of Suntrup actually. Shows decent athleticism. Tough to gauge because of the awful competition for most of the video.

#23 looked pretty good again, awful competition, but he looks like the caliber of talent that Spaz can real in right now at WR/DB.
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Re: 2013 Recruiting Thread

Postby eepstein0 on Sat May 05, 2012 6:30 pm

More 2* recruiting, Great!
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Re: 2013 Recruiting Thread

Postby Cincinnatus on Sun May 06, 2012 9:05 pm

Watching these Mass and Northeast u-tube high school games is so freaking junior high. In fairness to those from the Northeast, it would be like a Mass hockey enthusiast watching Kentucky high school teams playing ice hockey. I recognize that there are some nice players up East, but these kids are so far behind the average player development, strength conditioning, coaching, game day pressure and overall competition that occurs on a regular basis in the Ohio leagues down through the top 2-3 divisions. My point is that if Spaz wants to toss out schollies, there is plenty of 2-3 star talent in Ohio and around the larger Midwest Catholic high schools and those commitments will stick it out because some kid coming from Toledo, Detroit, Pittsburgh, Indy, Louisville, Cleveland or Cincinnati is not as anxious about the game, having watched their teammates consistently succeed at the Big Ten, SEC, ND or more focused programs. BC is an opportunity more apprectiated the further that you distance oneself from Boston ,and it needs to land some more kids in these markets. :pontif
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Re: 2013 Recruiting Thread

Postby eepstein0 on Mon May 07, 2012 7:11 am

Cincinnatus wrote:Watching these Mass and Northeast u-tube high school games is so freaking junior high. In fairness to those from the Northeast, it would be like a Mass hockey enthusiast watching Kentucky high school teams playing ice hockey. I recognize that there are some nice players up East, but these kids are so far behind the average player development, strength conditioning, coaching, game day pressure and overall competition that occurs on a regular basis in the Ohio leagues down through the top 2-3 divisions. My point is that if Spaz wants to toss out schollies, there is plenty of 2-3 star talent in Ohio and around the larger Midwest Catholic high schools and those commitments will stick it out because some kid coming from Toledo, Detroit, Pittsburgh, Indy, Louisville, Cleveland or Cincinnati is not as anxious about the game, having watched their teammates consistently succeed at the Big Ten, SEC, ND or more focused programs. BC is an opportunity more apprectiated the further that you distance oneself from Boston ,and it needs to land some more kids in these markets. :pontif


If this means we shouldn't build a wall around the ISL then I agree.
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Re: 2013 Recruiting Thread

Postby Baltimore Eagle on Mon May 07, 2012 9:23 am

Cincinnatus wrote: BC is an opportunity more appreciated the further that you distance oneself from Boston


This is true across the board but really applies to athletics.
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Re: 2013 Recruiting Thread

Postby eagle9903 on Mon May 07, 2012 9:29 am

Baltimore Eagle wrote:
Cincinnatus wrote: BC is an opportunity more appreciated the further that you distance oneself from Boston


This is true across the board but really applies to athletics.


What I'd like to know is why we don't have the resources/effort to recruit local kids AND kids from Ohio and New Jersey. It makes no sense, but it appears to be a legitimate inability(add to list) of this staff.
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Re: 2013 Recruiting Thread

Postby GreenvilleEagle on Mon May 07, 2012 9:38 am

garf112 wrote:
Shaddix wrote:
BCSUPERFAN22 wrote:
31southst wrote:Without weighing in on Lowry too much (I hope he does well, don't necessarily expect it), you have to wonder why Spaz was not willing to take a lower level QB in last year's class. If nothing else, that would keep better class separation.


Looks like he works with Hartsell as his QB coach. One of the writers from 24's site (Coehlo from tha ringer ?) said that Lowrie was one of his top sleeper QBs in this class.

Has anyone read what TGOSB is saying about this ??

(The competition in all of his videos looks like he's playing against a special olympic team)


He only threw deep bombs, and half of which were very unimpressive. He would just throw it in an area with 3 defenders and the receiver would somehow make the jump ball catch.


How much of the video did you watch?

He throws a good deep ball, threw well on the run, decent play action. Holds onto the ball too long. Video reminds me of Suntrup actually. Shows decent athleticism. Tough to gauge because of the awful competition for most of the video.

#23 looked pretty good again, awful competition, but he looks like the caliber of talent that Spaz can real in right now at WR/DB.


He will not have the luxury to play pitch and catch in the ACC. Nothing on this tape shows me anything. Let's see what he does when he has a 6'4" 260 defensive end crashing down on him.
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Re: 2013 Recruiting Thread

Postby hansen on Mon May 07, 2012 3:40 pm

Cincinnatus wrote:Watching these Mass and Northeast u-tube high school games is so freaking junior high. In fairness to those from the Northeast, it would be like a Mass hockey enthusiast watching Kentucky high school teams playing ice hockey. I recognize that there are some nice players up East, but these kids are so far behind the average player development, strength conditioning, coaching, game day pressure and overall competition that occurs on a regular basis in the Ohio leagues down through the top 2-3 divisions. My point is that if Spaz wants to toss out schollies, there is plenty of 2-3 star talent in Ohio and around the larger Midwest Catholic high schools and those commitments will stick it out because some kid coming from Toledo, Detroit, Pittsburgh, Indy, Louisville, Cleveland or Cincinnati is not as anxious about the game, having watched their teammates consistently succeed at the Big Ten, SEC, ND or more focused programs. BC is an opportunity more apprectiated the further that you distance oneself from Boston ,and it needs to land some more kids in these markets. :pontif


this

it's obvious to anyone with half a brain that if the overall talent is clearly higher in OH/PA/NJ/FL over new england (which it most certainly is), then clearly an unheralded player from the former group will be better than an unheralded player from the latter group. so, apparently one or more of the following is true:

1) coach flip and his assistant coach spaz are fxcktarded
2) spaz is a terrible recruiter with no appeal to prospective football players
3) spaz is lazy and doesn't make enough in home visits in key states like OH, NJ, FL
4) the recruiting budget has been cut to a point where Spaz is not able to finally make the necessary visits required to land these OH kids
5) BC as a school is not attractive to someone out of high school wanting to play D1 ball
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Re: 2013 Recruiting Thread

Postby cvilleagle on Tue May 08, 2012 11:02 am

hansen wrote:
Cincinnatus wrote:Watching these Mass and Northeast u-tube high school games is so freaking junior high. In fairness to those from the Northeast, it would be like a Mass hockey enthusiast watching Kentucky high school teams playing ice hockey. I recognize that there are some nice players up East, but these kids are so far behind the average player development, strength conditioning, coaching, game day pressure and overall competition that occurs on a regular basis in the Ohio leagues down through the top 2-3 divisions. My point is that if Spaz wants to toss out schollies, there is plenty of 2-3 star talent in Ohio and around the larger Midwest Catholic high schools and those commitments will stick it out because some kid coming from Toledo, Detroit, Pittsburgh, Indy, Louisville, Cleveland or Cincinnati is not as anxious about the game, having watched their teammates consistently succeed at the Big Ten, SEC, ND or more focused programs. BC is an opportunity more apprectiated the further that you distance oneself from Boston ,and it needs to land some more kids in these markets. :pontif


this

it's obvious to anyone with half a brain that if the overall talent is clearly higher in OH/PA/NJ/FL over new england (which it most certainly is), then clearly an unheralded player from the former group will be better than an unheralded player from the latter group. so, apparently one or more of the following is true:

1) coach flip and his assistant coach spaz are fxcktarded
2) spaz is a terrible recruiter with no appeal to prospective football players
3) spaz is lazy and doesn't make enough in home visits in key states like OH, NJ, FL
4) the recruiting budget has been cut to a point where Spaz is not able to finally make the necessary visits required to land these OH kids
5) BC as a school is not attractive to someone out of high school wanting to play D1 ball

6) Spaz has identified a legit talent that no one else has noticed.

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