If you were the #1 recruit in the country...

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  1. ISUCyclones2015

    ISUCyclones2015 Well-Known Member

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    Go back to being a senior in High School and you are the #1 recruit in the country in whatever sport you want.

    You are not allowed to go to ISU just to keep the answers different. Where do you go and why? (And what sport)
     
  2. CyFan61

    CyFan61 Well-Known Member

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    I'd be an RGIII style quarterback and I'd go to Alabama. My goal would be win four national championships before going pro. Yes I would stay four years just for the legend of it all.
     
  3. KFitzy87

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    Football, Auburn. So I can get paid.
     
  4. gocy444

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  5. isufbcurt

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    Football and Miami, no contest!!! Why? It's the U, and I grew up watching them play with their cocky swagger and I loved it.
     
  6. cyclone101

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    Central Connecticut State, because I can. Basketball.
     
  7. Cyrok

    Cyrok Active Member

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    Stanford - any sport. ...Actually, decathlon because I'd have a rock-hard body to go with my incredible mind and I would date Penelope Cruz.
     
  8. MissouriCyclone

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    USC Football. QB.

    Sun, beach and hot women.

    Also my dad and grandpa (alumni of USC) grew up a huge USC fan by living in SOCA for most of their lives.
     
  9. ImperialCyclone

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    I'd go to play football (QB) for Auburn so I could play for Chizik....oh wait.

    Seriously though, Stanford is an amazing school and I would go there in a heart beat. Albert Bandura still teaches there and it would be awesome to listen to his lectures. I don't care what sport. I would be sold on Stanford the minute they called.
     
  10. azepp

    azepp Well-Known Member

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    If I follow the instructions and "go back to being a senior in High School" then the answer is quite simple: whichever school offers the best coeds to accompany me on my visit.

    Me as an 18 year-old: pootytang > winning NCs and going pro.
     
  11. ImperialCyclone

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    I can see the logic in this post and agree.

    Me at 28: "Stanford, because Bandura is there and I canz be smartz"

    Me at 18: "I like girls."
     
  12. CycloneNorth

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    Football ... THE Ohio State University. Just so I could say it during NFL games.
     
  13. Tank

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    Running back at Texas.

    Austin is a great city with hot girls and chances of going pro if the starting running back at Texas is almost 100%!
     
  14. Doc

    Doc Well-Known Member

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    I'd probably go play basketball at UNC.
     
  15. Tre4ISU

    Tre4ISU Well-Known Member

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    Obviously, it's hard to know how I would react to that but I'm not a huge attention person and I think I would actually go somewhere like ISU where you aren't necessarily such a big deal. That doesn't make sense because it would be a huge deal but I would rather carve my own path sort of like RG3. Maybe somewhere like South FLorida or something like that. High school me probably would have done the Michigan thing. I would probably want to be a QB or linebacker.
     
  16. dualthreat

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    I'd play for a coach I'd love to play for. Since isu is off the market, I'd go somewhere warm.
    Maybe south Carolina
     
  17. Stumpy

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    Dartmouth basketball. Terrible program with 13 wins in the last three years. But great academics, party atmosphere, and the ability to be the greatest. A real chance to see if you can singlehandedly turn a team around and how far that talent can go. I like underdog challenges like that.

    If I didn't care about D1: Grinnell basketball, because that system with No. 1 talent would be the most fun you could have as a college athlete.
     
  18. Mr Janny

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    Depends. Does Skype exist?
     
  19. CyCrazy

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    Basketball: Illinois
     
  20. cyclonez7

    cyclonez7 Well-Known Member

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    I'd go to Iowa.
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