Discussion in 'Awesome Recruiting' started by bvgator789, Nov 1, 2019.
ATH Marc Britt. 6-2 190. Miami Christian High School. Miami, Florida.****.
Just saw this... Excellent!
With that commit the class will jump to #10 from #14 on 247.
Not if the fat slobs at the FSU and Georgia sites have anything to do with it.
I am predicting the sound of chewed chicken meat hitting the inside living room/kitchen area carriage of a double wide in macon county georgia in about 20 minutes. The sound of a low grumble, followed by spittle and choking sounds with be drowned out by the high-pitch tirade of a 372-lbs white man scratching at the table. Within 10 seconds, Britt's ranking will drop from 3-star to Unranked.
The windows will pop and jingle with the unmistakable cackle of laughter and the grumble will return, "go dawgs heh heh heh go damn dawgs" and the light will fade, possibly along with the sound of discount porn being played in the background.
We moved to #8.
When I read last year etc , he was listed as a wr and then saw we were recruiting him as a safety. Can someone help me out with how big of a get this is? I just haven’t paid as much atn in season
Posters have been less enthusiastic about him lately. From what little I read, he's a great athlete but not a real polished WR. Safety doesn't require so much polish as aggressiveness and coachability. Britt has a nice frame and very good speed. He's not likely to contribute early but could turn into a very good defender in Grantham's system.
It's always nice to have a safety with hands or at least some WR skills. BIG HIT abilities like Will Hill, would be nice to have. Are any of our current Safeties Big Hitters?
The staff likes him better as a DB and he is ok with that. PSU also liked him at DB.
I'm still seeing 10th on 247.
And that's with the punter counting as zero points. The next recruit will be the 21st so that will drop the punter out of the equation
I like it
I’m not 100% on what service it was illustrating it. I’ll see if I can come across it again. I’m curious myself now.
Me too. We need DB's and interior linemen for the future the most right now and these guys build that vital depth we need.
And if he don't pan out at DB, slide him to WR
Hopefully he can be an Elite Safety. We've been lacking that.
Like this thread being stickied, back end has been brutal of late.
I somethimes think the days of the big hits from the safeties is being legislated out of the game. Gary D mentioned that in the game Saturday, safeties are being taught to play the ball now more than the receiver. If so, safeties with good hands are at a premium. The targeting call is called more in the SEC thany any power 5 conference I've watched this year. Better for the players, not so great for the old man fans like myself.