Remember Blake Slaughter....

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  1. KMAC_ATTACK

    KMAC_ATTACK Well-Known Member

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    I wonder how Blakes feeling about his choice for colleges now that K-state has decided to recruit and sign two juco linebackers and he could have been with us and not had to contend with sitting a redshirt year and then sitting behind three seniors....

    I hope were still recruiting him, it would be good to get one away from someone else for a change....
     
  2. ISUonthemove

    ISUonthemove Well-Known Member

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    Two Juco LB's have signed and one more is committed. I hope the staff hasn't given up on him either. I really liked his highlight videos.
     
  3. cyclonebillski

    cyclonebillski Active Member

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    From what I remember, the staff wasn't that impressed with him and pretty much let him go. I sure wouldn't mind picking him up but apparently the staff was luke warm on him.
     
  4. KMAC_ATTACK

    KMAC_ATTACK Well-Known Member

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    If thats the case, they must see the type that thinks they don't have to do the work to be the best player possible.

    But, as i remembered, it was a coin flip which way it could have went and this kid is both smart (academically) and a very good ball player with the athletic tools to be special....a mini Tim Dobbins!!!!

    Anyhow, just over a month away and we should be expecting upto 7-8 more commits, should be fun if Chizik pulls a couple of names out of the hat on signing day like he did Big Trey and Randy Kellman....Its funny if you look at last years commits, the staff only had 9 commits and signed the other 16 after Jan. 1.....with 6 coming after Feb 1....

    Hope he pulls the rope a dope again.....

    Still waiting for Johnson and Benton to commit to make my X-mas special!!!!
     
  5. CYVADER

    CYVADER Well-Known Member

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    why is it that every juco in america has at least medium interest in kansas state? check out this link and then click on the players list and every one of them shows k-state. wtf?Rivals.com Prospect Rankings
     
  6. Wesley

    Wesley Well-Known Member

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    They have scoured the countryside for jucos. KState leaves no stone unturned.
     
  7. Drizzle

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    We really need some dbacks... I would love to get Zaviar Gooden:yes: Is he from the same school as Darks and Harper? Or is it the other one? I think there are two schools in Pflugerville...
     
  8. KMAC_ATTACK

    KMAC_ATTACK Well-Known Member

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    Three actually....

    Gooden is from Pflugerville Panthers and Darks is from Connolly Cougars.......

    I think gooden is a long shot......his top four did not have us in it...i do think he visited, but, i thinks its down the Missouri or Kansas....

    FUNNY ISUBET.....

    I thought the same exact thing, it was like is every juco player be courted by Ron Prince or what...i think he's feelin the heat, he needs to win, they're not happy with 7-5......

    Nebraska thought the same thing about Frank Solich - 9-2.......ooooooppppppsssss how'd that work out for you Big Red.....

    too bad........
     
  9. dunar

    dunar Well-Known Member

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    K-State and JUCOs - is anyone surprised? That's exactly how Snyder built them up...
     
  10. ripvdub

    ripvdub Well-Known Member

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    Kansas is home to the top juco football teams in the country. Its always been a hotbed, its not surprising that an in state school is taking advantage of it.
     

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