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Discussion in 'In-State Rivals' started by CyTexMex, Jun 26, 2016.
You seem to be more than making up for that.
It would help if you quoted the post you are responding to.
I wouldn't rip on Iowa for this recruit. He's more highly regarded than Tarique Milton was, and he's the exact same size as Milton was coming out of high school too. This is all about scouting. Iowa sees something in him that others aren't, same as ISU did with Milton.
How is this guy more “highly regarded than Milton”? Not currently rated, has less P5 offers, and has almost no on field production.
Thought I did... basically the whole “KF condoned and covered up rape” BS
Ok, I'll give you that. Milton was rated 0.798 on 247 when he came to ISU, we'll see where this kid is.
I actually don't care about this kid Iowa got, I'm just saying they must see something in him, and we've had a lot of recruits like that who have ended up being great players.
That’s just not true.
A few of Milton’s offers: Michigan St, Louisville, Kentucky, Pitt.
Milton was a late qualifier, or that list would have been even longer.
Still can't deny he was rated 0.7993.....
But his offer list isn’t comparable to the other kid, regardless of 247 composite.
What a great response.
So much fail in this post
Yeah, because making fun of a young kid being recruited by Iowa when we have absolutely no idea how good he may end up being is really cool.
Be honest, if this kid just committed to CMC, we'd all be saying that we trust the coaches and he's probably a diamond in the rough.
It's just stupid judging these recruits. This kid may well blow up in the next year.
The biggest difference is that Campbell and crew have an eye for WR talent. Iowa hasn't had good WR production for a long ass time.
He also lost his entire junior year to a torn ACL. That explains the stats. He isn’t a fallback as it’s too early. Stars don’t always tell the entire story. Hakeem Butler anyone?