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Tider95
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re: Class of 2019 Recruiting MEGATHREAD: Composite Score is up to 318.36 Edition
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Not really. I made that up.
I do think Enos will make them a threat for him though.


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re: Class of 2019 Recruiting MEGATHREAD: Composite Score is up to 318.36 Edition
I would think that helps Jalen's decision a little easier on where to go.


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re: Class of 2019 Recruiting MEGATHREAD: Composite Score is up to 318.36 Edition
I’m still shocked we lost all 3 of our OC candidates... Locksley, Gattis and Enos.. damn. Wonder if this was a fake field goal gone wrong? Looked like we wanted Enos and let Gattis leave
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re: Class of 2019 Recruiting MEGATHREAD: Composite Score is up to 318.36 Edition
Isn't it an amazing fact that we cannot recruit or choose not to recruit Four big and very good WR's in our own backyard.
Nico Collins
Justyn Ross
Seth Williams
George Pickens

I am aware of most of the reasons for not doing so but still strange to say the least.


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re: Class of 2019 Recruiting MEGATHREAD: Composite Score is up to 318.36 Edition
If Saban is turning the heat up on TE recruiting, are those "on-the-line" blocking first TE's. That choice means Saban was not happy about short yardage/redzone blocking. He wants the knock your dick in the dirt mindset back in the running game. That mindset has been absent for 2 years.

Look for the position coaches and OC to have a bit of that mindset in their background... Just my guess.


Tider95
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re: Class of 2019 Recruiting MEGATHREAD: Composite Score is up to 318.36 Edition
We have more talented wide receivers than all but Ross? Pickens is Juco bound.


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Tider95
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re: Class of 2019 Recruiting MEGATHREAD: Composite Score is up to 318.36 Edition
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If Saban is turning the heat up on TE recruiting, are those "on-the-line" blocking first TE's. That choice means Saban was not happy about short yardage/redzone blocking. He wants the knock your dick in the dirt mindset back in the running game. That mindset has been absent for 2 years.


I hate that fricking mindset. If we are regressing to that this is a real issue.


Tw1st3d
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re: Class of 2019 Recruiting MEGATHREAD: Composite Score is up to 318.36 Edition
That mindset does not kill the RPO game but it does open up the play action game a bit more. The QB would have to improve on check-downs for the play action game to work well.


Tider95
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re: Class of 2019 Recruiting MEGATHREAD: Composite Score is up to 318.36 Edition
Which is why I am saying I hate that we are regressing instead of embracing the offense that works. We don't ever need a blocking tight end for this offense to be effective and wanting to regress to that is quite frankly stupid when we have so much talent on the edges.

Edit: whose feelings do I hurt when I criticize this stone age man ball mash the lines style?
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Guys, the good luck posts don't seem to be working. I refuse to post pics of guys in speedos (sorry Sean and other dog fans). I gotta get things in gear


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Texas Spotlight: Toughest final 2019 ranking decisions (Rivals | segments)
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The majority of the 2019 prospects at the FBS level have already signed their letters of intent, but football continued to be played after last month's postseason update of the Rivals250 and Rivals100. Next week, the final 2019 class rankings will be released, and several big questions in the state of Texas are set to be answered...

4. Which defensive back will rise the highest?

The All-American Bowl gave Texas prospects the perfect opportunity to show their skills, and several defensive backs took advantage, including Alabama commit Marcus Banks, Texas commit Tyler Owens and Georgia commit Lewis Cine. During both the week of practice and the game, the trio of Lone Star State prospects were all over the field in coverage and helping out against the run.

It wasn’t long ago that Banks was a three-star, but after his senior season and the impressive all-star game, he could land in the top 100. The same goes for Owens, who barely cracked the Rivals250 last go-round but was buzzed about all week in San Antonio. Cine was a priority for Georgia, which says a lot, given his distance from the SEC power, and he showed up in Orlando. All three players are on the rise, but it’s going to be a battle to see who comes out on top.
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re: Class of 2019 Recruiting MEGATHREAD: Composite Score is up to 318.36 Edition
Well hell! I go to work thinking everything is ok and I get off and Enos is going to South Beach?? WTF? The offense was the juggernaut this year that carried the team and drugthe hapless defense along and we lose the top 4 offensive coaches. This ain’t good. Even Saban can’t withstand this constant revolving door on the coaches office. There will be a dropoff.

Our pets heads ARE falling off!!


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Tider95
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re: Class of 2019 Recruiting MEGATHREAD: Composite Score is up to 318.36 Edition
Banks is a monster, what a great pull and we got him to sign on ESD


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re: Class of 2019 Recruiting MEGATHREAD: Composite Score is up to 318.36 Edition
Guess this means that K-Rob isn’t going to sign with Alabama now.


Tider95
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re: Class of 2019 Recruiting MEGATHREAD: Composite Score is up to 318.36 Edition
I'm hoping he signed for ESD...


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re: Class of 2019 Recruiting MEGATHREAD: Composite Score is up to 318.36 Edition
Storylines to know with Signing Day around the corner (247Sports | segments)


Henry To'oto'o
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The final push to Feb. 6 and National Signing Day is upon us with the dead period coming to a close this weekend, college coaches heading back on the road and prospects lining up their final official visits over the next four weekends.

There’s not much fat left on the bone with roughly 77 percent of all prospects putting pen to paper during the Early Signing Period in December, but there is still plenty of big names and interesting recruitments to follow down the stretch.
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TWO 5-STARS IN PLAY

Of the 34 recruits that hold an industry-generated 247Sports Composite five-star grade, two remain in the nation’s No. 1 defensive tackle Ishmael Sopsher and the country’s No. 1 offensive tackle Darnell Wright.

For Sopsher, who checks in as the No. 9 prospect regardless of position, he looks SEC-bound with Alabama, LSU, Ole Miss and Texas A&M among the contenders down the stretch. The Tigers have long been the 247Sports Crystal Ball favorite while the Crimson Tide have always been considered the biggest legitimate threat, if not considered the leader by some as well.

For Wright, who checks in at No. 10 overall, Tennessee has been consistently named as a major player and the other contestants have changed. Now it appears West Virginia may be the Vols' biggest challenger with Georgia, North Carolina and possibly the Tide in the mix as well.
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MORE BLUE-CHIPPERS TO FOLLOW

There are only four more uncommitted prospects in the Top100 of the Top247 Composite Player Rankings.

The recruitment of Concord (Calif.) De La Salle Top247 linebacker Henry To’oto’o will be settled this month following official visits to Tennessee this weekend and then Alabama the weekend of Jan. 25. Washington rounds out the top three and USC and Oregon are in play but the Tide and Vols have been considered the two major players much of the cycle and Nick Saban and company are trending on the 247Sports Crystal Ball.
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COMMITTED, BUT NOT DELIVERED

There's no question college recruiting offices have been examining commitment lists from around the country checking to see who didn’t ink during the Early Signing Period.

Prominent names include …

Auburn has had the nation’s No. 7 receiver George Pickens committed since July of 2017 but he stuck to the script and didn’t sign, taking several visits to other places throughout the process. As it stands now, Georgia and Tennessee look like the biggest threats to flip the No. 2 recruit in Alabama.

The No. 6 defensive tackle in the land Nathan Pickering has been in the fold for Mississippi State since June but he’s also made the rounds with several officials scheduled in January. Alabama is a threat, Florida, LSU, Ole Miss and Oregon are swinging to at the coveted interior lineman.

Three commitments who announced their commitments in the last week that aren’t signed include USC five-star Kyle Ford, Alabama defensive end commit Khris Bogle and Florida receiver verbal Arjei Henderson. No doubt Ford’s phone is ringing after the Trojans lost offensive coordinator Kliff Kingsbury to an NFL coaching job, Bogle changed his mind several times down the stretch and Henderson still has an official to Florida State on the schedule later this month after checking out the Gators for the first time this coming weekend.
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