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Do we need to worry so much about play makers, rather than OL? I am thinking we get the best in this class or no one, get our scollies back next year and blow it up. I just get the feeling we got 4 of the best play makers in 13.
I'm guessing this is in relation to Curtis Samuel and the answer is take Samuel because he very well could be the best of all the guys listed and you do not pass on his talent.
You never know what kids will turn out to be as good as you think they will be. We've recruited so many highly rated players and some just never seem to get it together on the field, some have injuries, some have behavioral issues or academic issues etc. So you just keep stacking talent and let things sort themselves out. This is why Bama keeps winning NC's. They have talent on top of talent and although they oversign, they make sure to keep stocking it up because you never know how a kid will turn out. You take every elite player you can and let the best kids play. Some will end up transferring, getting hurt, quitting, etc. Its just how football is.
Nice 1! I feel this class has to get to 22. That way u have two outstanding recruiting classes back to back. It give the 2013 class depth and can push them to never let off the gas. also u can never have to many playmakers or Defensive lineman.
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When you run an offense like Coach Meyer runs, you can never have too many play makers.
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