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Discussion in 'Awesome Recruiting' started by gatorbait96, Apr 6, 2013.
DT said UF is not ready to take the commit.
I would like to know what his real height and weight is.
Coaches have evaluated him live as well as play! Change by Coach not made known!
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He's the #6 WSDE in the country. Hard to imagine not taking the commit unless there are academic issues. Might be a case of waiting see how we do with the guys ahead of him. I think three of the five are very interested in UF.
I want this kid no matter who else we get. Love his story.
This maybe a stupid question, being that it ain't the first time... but why did Spivey post a story he committed?
Zach A says UF isn't ready to accept Ware's commitment yet. No details beyond that.
Not a stupid question just not well thought out r attempting to raise contempt against a reporter serving you.
Ware shared his joy and attempted to do the same with CWM.
In between he, Ware being contacted by the coaches hardest, forgot to mention (?). The director Haskins may have not known a plan of hesitation.
The Reporter serving you called the office found Ware on the phone of a player take, committing.
Story Line more Good News!
Coach needs to respond to his actions and yes it is a creditability problem. Unless no comments on a student athlete by rule NCAA!
AS good job the Creditability problem is with Gator Coaches and staff! NOT YOU R GATOR COUNTRY!
Serving me? That's rich!...I'm a Gator fan, From Gator reporters, I want things reported in the way that serves what's best for the Gators, their coaches and their RECRUITS.
Drink more, post less. :huh:
What the hell are u saying??? Speak English bro
We were recruiting Denzel Ware, but then we got a commit from Christian Miller. I believe we were recruiting both guys for the same position and Miller was the first to pop.
Give it a couple days and maybe we'll take him on. I still maintain that he can play OLB, and thus, we take him. Just have to wait and see. I don't think there's much of a chance that we pass on Ware, it's just, where do we put him?? We are also slowly recuiting Lorenzo Carter... who would play the same position. What if he commits?? Then we have 3 guys playing the same position with 1, super clear cut, front runner (Carter). OLB is the way to go with Ware... and it provides some security for the eventual Dillon Bates to Tennessee loss.
What we need for the DE's is some big guys like Da'Shawn Hand, Kentavious Street or Andrew Williams. And with so precious few scholly's this year, we can't give a hand-full out to the same position, where we'll have a clear cut starter (Dante Fowler) for the next 2 years.
All that said tho, I've had Ware on my wishlist for awhile. Hope we get him.
Lol!!! I'm sorry but this makes no sense and it made my day....
Take a few extra moments and post coherent sentences...
I think I will make a thread on the front 7 but here are my brief thoughts.
5-6 spots along the dline and and we should take 2-3 LB's.
Miller already has one spot so we are left with 2 more spots. I would take Jacob Pugh who is visiting today then save the last spot for out of state players such as Clifton Garrett Raekwon McMillan Dwight Williams Tre Williams Kenny Young Richard Yeargin III (in state) if they dont want in then I would be done with the LB spot. We can recruit those guys the whole cycle and hope one pops if the staff secures Pugh's commitment soon.
DL- I see us taking 5-6 probably 5 if we take 3 LB's
Anthony Moten- committed
Trent Harris- committing to Florida May 24th
That leaves 3-4 more spots with one needing to be a DT which is hopefully Lamont Gaillard.
Thorton gets his grade situation fixed there goes another spot.
Leaving us with 1-2 spots left with players like Jesse Aniebonam, Davon Godchaux, Dewayne Hendrix, Gerald Willis, Da'shawn Hand, Lorenzo Carter Andrew Williams & Jalyn Holmes Andrew Brown still on the board.