Discussion in 'Awesome Recruiting' started by RayGator, Jun 15, 2012.
5 OL in this class. Not bad at all.
Is there any update on this one? I see a couple of WR's - anyone that you guys think will be a good contributor?
You guys are so missing on a 6'4 210lbs WR/TE/S
This kid can flat out play.
So much as to say he has a better brand then your #14 and#17 on this list.
I've watched all 3 highlight reels, I even saw the Lake Nona kid in person when he beat my son's team with a personal 4TD 200 yrd day. (very miss-leading)
6'4 210lbs Tristan Reaves should be on ya wish list.
his numbers ain't sexy cause of an incompetent coach (doesn't see a mismatch problem for a 5'9 Cr to be covering 6'4 T and at 10 yrds deep) who doesn't throw the ball til down 28-0) where I saw #17 live, who's coach saw the mismatch with #17.
Here Tristan is last week with UF greats Solomon Patton and Dominic Easley:
training with Tony Villani.( )
will be a 4.45-4.5 40 at 215lbs.
Tristan Reaves Highlights- #VelcroHands, #BallHog, Yes Sir, No Sir kid.
with a 3.7GPA(AP Classes) 24ACT
he'd like to stay home if offered but has verbal commit to USC.
Looks like a great young guy to me. Hopefully our coaches will learn about him.
Nice class so far even if we lose Lane and Jackson.
I have questions about all of the decommits, transfers, out of state recruiting. There are plenty of talented players in the state of Florida we should be able to make Gators without having to recruit so many out of state players. The thing that gets your head spinning is why do they commit, then decommit, come here and enroll then some transfer without ever playing a down. There is something definitely wrong with this picture.
Some of our best players have come from out of state, e.g. Shane Matthews, Chris Leak, Percy Harvin and Rex Grossman. Florida can set itself apart from FSU as a national brand. I do agree that the first choice for any 5-star recruit in the state should be UF. I realized a while back after traveling around the country that Florida has about the same number of decomittments as other schools, but the number of transfers is much higher lately. Florida is a high profile school, so people will make a big deal out of nothing. My theory is that if Florida can maintain a stable corps of coaches that many of the problems will go away. Stability with coaches helps improve recruiting in-state, helps draw talent, possibly helps with discipline, and gets coaches working together better during practice and games.
So with Tabor added, how many spots do we have left in this class?
So is Tristan a 2014 recruit? If so, seems a little late and do we have room? I love his size and he looks like a play maker. I live in Orlando and have not heard about him. I know how it can be with the HS coaches. My son's school (East Ridge) just changed coaches. The previous coach was rumored to not allow college coaches contact with the players. South lake on the other hand did and you see all the players there that have gone to UF. Hoping now that the ER players get more exposure.
For those interested, USA Today is suppose to have complete coverage leading up to and including National Signing Day.
IF I did this right, and I have to admit there's not a 12 year old kid next door to make sure I did it right, the link above will be remarks and Q and A with Coach Muschamp about the 2014 signing class. So, here goes.....
If not, it's on the UF site, GatorZone.com
Did he sign, last I saw-he was offered by SC as a preferred walk on.
Lost Kelleher, gah!
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