New Football Committ

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  1. CyTwins

    CyTwins Well-Known Member

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    Hell of a frame!
    Welcome to CycloneNation!
     
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  4. CyTwins

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    FOOTBALL RECRUITING: I just talked to Iowa State's new football commitment, OL Will Windham. Committed Wed. night after 2-day visit to ISU
     
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    3.78 GPA, great size, welcome aboard Will! Give Yancy a redshirt year with this kid and he'll be legit!
     
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    #8 19210, Jul 25, 2013
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    Too small for the Big 12! Good Gawd how do kids get this big? Welcome to CycloneNation Will!
     
  9. BigLame

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    Welcome Will Windham! (impressive alliteration, I know)
    Pretty nimble for a big dude (320 lbs) too
     
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    Also good 40 yd. speed for a 329 pounder.
     
  11. cyfan964

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    Things I noticed from his video.

    Gets off the ball incredibly well, has great footwork for a big man, seems to have decent side-to-side. Needs to work on using his hips better and being lower at the point of contact (just being big won't cut it in the B12).

    Great prospect, Yancy will mold him into a hoss. The old saying, "you can't teach size", really comes into play here.
     
  12. Aclone

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    You mean, he's fake now? :wink:

    Will Windham - Yahoo! Sports
     
  13. Aclone

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    At least, what's listed there. ESPN has him at 5.54...
     
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    Good god, that team really is not that good.
     
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    #15 ChiClones, Jul 25, 2013
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    Did someone decommit? I thought Wesley was number 11.

    Nevermind...refreshing page helps. Whew!
     
  16. djcubby

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    ESPN also has Lazard as the #33 WR...who to believe???
     
  17. Rabbuk

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    Between him and Kodanko that is some serious lbs.
     
  18. Aclone

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    He and Kodanko are going to be a HUGE pair of guards...
     
  19. Cyclonic1

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    William is an Eagle Scout too so not too many bad habits to break - Welcome William!
     
  20. CYphyllis

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    It makes me wonder if the mindset on interior linemen has changed with Klenakis joining the staff. With Windham at 6'4" 320 and Kodanko at 6'6" 320 it would seem that they are moving away from the smaller, agile interior OL's and going after road graders.

    With that being said, you put this kid (who already benches 350 and squats 510) in ISU's training system and he'll be a damn monster.
     

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