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WR Cody Tuttle Signs National Letter of Intent to play for University of Nevada Reno.
Florida RB Son of NFL's Fred Taylor makes his verbal commit.
Friday, April 29, 2011
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Monday, April 25, 2011
Nick Tompkins RB/DB 2012
Brookwood HS, (GA)
Get it now Get it! This kid has the "GO" button. I watched film on Nick Tompkins and was immediately impressed with his tangibles. All I can say is give him the rock and let him do his thang! He reminds me of OJ Simpson with his style of running. One of the things I like most is his movement of his shoulders while maintaining a steady north/south direction with the ball. He is definitely a burner as well, he clearly looks to be a track guy in the off season, with his goose neck motion once he heads up field. He squares up and and then turns on the juice! His ability to change direction and gears will get him longevity as a back. He doesnt seem afraid of contact but knows how to avoid the unnecessary big hit.
Brookwood High will give teams a problem with Tompkins in the back field this 2011 season. Last season he rushed for nearly 2 stacks and over 20 TD's to lead his team to state. Tompkins has that nose for the end zone as I like to call it! He has gained quite a few offers in the past few months from D1 programs in the south, but I believe he would be better suited for the west because of his 5'10 175ish frame. I'm not being biased, so please don't take offense down south followers; I just really feel he would get a chance to play right away out west. In the end the decision will rest with him and his family but hey just my thoughts. A back of his caliber and size has done well in the west and he could definitely fit nice in a few PAC12 offenses. Redzone Recruits wishes him the best success and positive energy in his future endeavors as an athlete and young man.
Wednesday, April 20, 2011
In Stoops' seven seasons with the Wildcats, Arizona has only once finished above fifth in the conference once.
Talk about a guy who hasn’t proved anything as a head coach. How exactly is he making over $4 million a year?
It’s really not fair that Tedford is on this list, but that’s the way college football works. The fans and alumni in Berkeley are tired of mediocrity.
Nobody in their right mind had high expectations for the Washington State football program when Wulff took over in 2008.
Erickson has been a disappointment so far in his time in Tempe, AZ. He has been successful at every single one of his collegiate coaching stops, including a national championship with Miami, but his success has not carried over to Arizona State.
Another coach who has won a national championship. Neuheisel has had very good stops with Colorado and Washington, but returning to his alma mater has not gone as well as he anticipated.