RECRUITING: Are more in-state commits on the way?

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  1. 501Clone

    501Clone Active Member

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    I'd guess one more in-stater
     
  2. d4nim4l

    d4nim4l Well-Known Member

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    Only way Allen ends up at UNI is if he wants to join his brother and continue his Dad's legacy there.

    He's a good, and will only get better. Definitely see him going higher level D-I.
     
  3. ChrisMWilliams

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    Some out there see him as a tweener...

    I'm sold though. I'd love to see him in cardinal and gold.
     
  4. CYKOFAN

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  5. ozzie8

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    David Johnson had no grades out of high school
     
  6. ribsnwhiskey

    ribsnwhiskey Well-Known Member

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    Because every iowa hs player that goes to UNI turns out like that. Maybe we should just field a team of all Iowa high school players. And drop down to division 3.
     
  7. UNIPantherFan

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    Says who? Don't all 3 state universities have the same RAI admissions requirements?
     
  8. mattyheiden

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    No, it means that Johnson didn't qualify until very late in the process. Had he not been a football player, he likely wouldn't have been admitted to UNI either
     
  9. Cyballzz

    Cyballzz Well-Known Member

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    I am assuming hes referring to Johnson possibly being a partial qualifier, but there are actually differences in admission requirements between the 2 schools. They aren't massive but they do exists.

    And obviously there are admissions differences between FBS and FCS.
     
  10. FarminCy

    FarminCy Well-Known Member

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    There are scholarship level differences but I thought NCAA clearinghouse rules for D1 cover both divisions.
     
  11. Cyballzz

    Cyballzz Well-Known Member

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    Yeah you are right I had stuck in my head there were GPA/Core differences between the 2.
     
  12. Cydkar

    Cydkar Well-Known Member

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    Nerness got a KSU offer after camp.
     
  13. mitchforcy

    mitchforcy Member

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    You can go ahead and forget about Raridon, we got no shot.
     
  14. heitclone

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    I think Johnson was more about not qualifying in time, than not qualifying at all, that had more to do with him slipping thru the cracks. ISU and U of I couldn't wait around while he got things straightened out.
     
  15. ribsnwhiskey

    ribsnwhiskey Well-Known Member

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    Like Campos?
     
  16. Rhoadhoused

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    I don't think that is even close to true at this point in the process. ISU coaches are working on him a lot.
     
  17. CurvedAir

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    Have a friend who said the same thing the first time I met my wife. Hoping Rhoads and his staff don't give up that easy either.
     
  18. andybernard

    andybernard Well-Known Member

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    I've never heard of a woman named Raridon.
     
  19. mitchforcy

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