Discussion in 'Awesome Recruiting' started by Gator72211, Feb 2, 2019.
CeCe was 275 as a freshman and 242 as a junior.
Cece Jefferson - Football - Florida Gators
Crazy. It's counter intuitive. Staff must know what they are doing and CeCe must have bought in.
I wouldnt trust half of those heights/weights.
Are you suspicious he was lighter coming in than the roster indicates?
It's always been odd to me. Seems a pretty simple thing to get right. Wasn't clayton posting pics of his scale at 272 when he was listed at 220 or so?
I have no idea about individual cases. I find it odd if cece was 275 in high school.
Been noticing the same thing about DL under the current DC. We've been putting three sub 280 pound linemen on the field most of the time, with someone like Conliffe or Campbell at NT. Most surprising to me was Zuniga starting at SSDE weighing only 257. That line kept UGA out of the endzone for nine consecutive plays.
Clemson cheated... roids or some other PEDs....
You obviously mistyped Clemson when you meant Alabama. Those guys are the kings of PED's. Amongst many other ways they cheat at.
I didn't mistype, I just forgot to add them too.
It's funny how quiet it's been with those two schools and their players that couldn't play in the Natty because of "tainted" urine samples. I wonder if Finebaum is even talking about it?
And the other half are suspect ....
90% of the game is half mental gametime
I suspect they are correct in August and over a four year period give a pretty good snap shot of upward or downward trends. I'm really not sure what happens during a season when the players can't go as hard in the weight room as they do in the winter and before fall camp. I'd be surprised if players actually gain weight during the course of the season.
I will sticky any new commit for a few days.
Yogi, is that you?
Not that I've heard but I'm not going to listen to that for more than a few minutes.
It is not a misspelling. Checked my thesaurus and they are actually synonyms
Yeah, but what's interesting about it is if those three on both teams were the only ones tested and they all came out positive for PEDs.
I still think all of the teams and players in the playoffs should be tested. You might disagree with me on testing every player in the playoffs for PEDs or not, but I still like integrity in college athletics, and this is one key part of all that.
In support of this all should be tested, teams like Bama and Clempson are usually 3 deep at every position. So losing a few is little to no harm with that kind of depth compared to other teams. So at least half if not all should be tested to see the severity if they really want to send a message. Hmmm, but then again maybe they don't.
If the NCAA told all the colleges and University a year in advance, then I do NOT see that as a problem per se... for teams that expect to be in the playoffs that is.