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    The 11-2 Rhoads Report, Part Three


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    Re: The 11-2 Rhoads Report, Part Three

    You said after the game on Saturday that your team is not loaded with athletes. Can an Iowa State team have the athletes to compete with an A&M or an Oklahoma State, athlete for athlete.

    PR: I believe so and there are two things involved. The first one, obviously is recruiting. If you recruit a guy who is 10’3, you’ve got a fast guy. If you recruit a guy who is 11’3, he’s never going to be fast or athletic. But then it’s the athletes that you recruit and how advance you develop them also that is a huge part. You recruit a guy who say vertical jumps 28 inches,
    Firstly, this should have been "10.3" and "11.3", as in 100m times.

    Secondly, it's nice to see that CPR feels that we can recruit and develop the kinds of athletes to be competetive in this conference.




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    Re: The 11-2 Rhoads Report, Part Three

    We're after taller players now. It presents more difficult angles for opposing QBs as they make their reads/throws.


    Since we are an elite team now, let's go get that One Cyclone Moment.
    Make this one for the ages!




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    Re: The 11-2 Rhoads Report, Part Three

    One player that kind of points out to me about the calibur of athlete the Oklahomas and Texas of the world get is David Sims. Wasn't he initially an OU recruit?? Every time I watch this guy I keep thinking how nice it would be to have two or three just like him in the secondary in every single recruiting class (like OU and texas probably do).


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