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Discussion in 'Football' started by NATEizKING, Jan 22, 2018.
DT Matthew Alexander: UCF, had ISU top 7, offer 3/24/20
OT Charles Armstrong: Arizona State, offer 5/9/19
WR Aramoni Rhone is now warm to IOWA STATE, Cincinnati and Arizona State after the Cyclones offered on 3/13/20. I have to think ISU is the leader here. Rated the #156 WR and #1054 in the class. Announces a top 5 today that will include the Cyclones.
Just wanted to list the offers since the end of April:
WR Marques Buford Jr.
WDE Jayden Gray
OT Jordan Moko (JC)
RB Cam'Ron Valdez
CB Myles Purchase
S Winsome Frazier
S Winsome Frazier is now warm to IOWA STATE, Pitt and UCF after a June 19th offer. Rated as the #65 S and #895 in the class with other offers from FAU, Illinois, Maryland, Nebraska and UCF.
S Kaleb Edwards: Georgia Tech, offer 10/29/19
Another update, by my count ISU has 66 offers out to possible prospects that haven't eliminated ISU or committed. 26 as more likely possibilities with the following break down:
WR Aramoni Rhone
S Winsome Frazier
OT Jack Leyrer: Vanderbilt
OT Ru'Quan Buckley: Florida State
TE Mitchell Evans: Notre Dame
SDE Davon Townley Jr.: Penn State
S Devin Lemear: Baylor
S Winsome Frazier: ISU, Pitt, UCF
2022 TE Eli Raridon: Iowa
2022 WR Kaleb Brown: Michigan
2022 WR Tyler Morris: Missouri, Northwestern, Penn State
Been off the board for awhile. Did Bollers already commit elsewhere?
Aramoni Rhone (WR) Includes ISU in Top 5
Mitchell Evans (TE) Includes ISU in Top 10
Rhone, Oboiha, and Frazier are project guys with incredible body types for their position. I love taking those guys and seeing if you can hit an absolute HR with them. I really hope we grab all 3.
I’m not sure that Obioha has an “incredible body type“ for his position. For offensive tackles, once you reach 6’7” or 6’8”, there start to be questions about bend, and especially leverage and anchor.
Harlan is much taller than that, so correspondingly, he’d be at that much more risk. What he does have is pretty good athleticism for his size, perhaps enough to compensate and master the position.
Which makes him an immense “risk/reward” type, rather than having an “incredible body type for the position”. Sometimes there is such a thing as too big.
That’s for the coaches to sort out, of course, and then for Harlan to put in the extra work.
On the former, I think we’re fairly well stocked enough at tackle now to take a chance—especially if we sign two OT’s in this class. On both counts, we’ll see what happens.
Frazier just plain looks amazing to me.
And I’d cheerfully take Rhône for the raw talent mill Matt Campbell has going at the position.
Oh—and we might as well toss in Evans at tight end. And the two defensive ends (Townley and Gray) to wrap up the “project” shopping list.
Townley would be the gem (IMO). He would certainly appear to have the talent to be an impact player.
SDE Stone Eby: SMU, ISU was top 8, offer 4/2/20
WR Aramoni Rhone puts ISU in his top 5
TE Mitchell Evans includes Iowa State in his top 10, offered Feb. 13th this year
JUCO S Ben Langston (JC) commits to IOWA STATE, offered on Feb. 5th. Picked the Cyclones over an offer from Mizzou.
TE Joe Alt: Notre Dame, offer 11/24/19
RB Terrance Kamara: Air Force, no offer, visits 3/9/19; 6/1/19; 9/21/19; 11/16/19