Discussion in 'Awesome Recruiting' started by shane4three, Feb 14, 2021.
22 GB class Moore, Pollatd, Donsldson, Cull and Humphries
i wont lie, id be a but let down by that class. Would love Azarayeh Thomas in there somehow
If he’s not in there I’d be disappointed
Oh man, I would love to get a top player out of Niceville. I'm in that area often. Niceville HS is a classic all American HS campus. If he has a committable offer from Ga Tech he must have good academic standing. Though in Florida, the proximity to LSU, bama, auburn, fsu make this one a little more difficult. You know Bama coaches are right there.
Well in that case no. I didn't know we were limited and I don't quite understand why. I thought the number last cycle was 27 and we only took 22. The guys from the portal are one year? That said, in a normal class you would certainly hope for 2DT/2SDE.
What are you gonna do?
McDonald’s bag to Julian’s house lol
We took 22 plus five transfers in 2021. Probably have room for one more xfr this year. The transfers are definitely not all one-year rentals. Bowman is a Redshirt Freshman. Perkins is really a JUCO transfer since he was only briefly at Missouri.
As long as he wasn’t picking the color of his Charger
We do Chick Fil A.
But where we mess up is the “green” in our bags represents the extra guac or the avocado ranch dressing. Kids dip their hands in and get a nasty surprise
Does Spurrier’s new restaurant have bags? I know he could afford to fill a few.
He might need to make a sale on that Crescent Beach house to pay off the new restaurant at this point.
Trequon Fegans, Oxford, Cornerback
Oxford (Ala.) Top247 cornerback Trequon Fegans doesn't officially have a top group of schools, but he claims that the schools that he has visited over the past few weeks are the ones that he likes the most.
Fegans camped at Alabama on June 2 before making his way to Miami the weekend of June 4 for an official visit. The lengthy defender then took unofficial visits to both UCF and Florida last week. Up next is an official visit to South Carolina the weekend of June 25.
"I'm trying to squeeze one more official in, but I don't know yet," Fegans told 247sports over the weekend at the NFA 7-on-7 National Championship in Bradenton, Fla. when asked for the latest. "Right now, I don't really have a top five. Who I'm close with is UCF, Nebraska, Florida, South Carolina, Georgia, Miami and Oklahoma."
Fegans, who the industry-generated 247Sports Composite pegs as the nation's No. 10 cornerback prospect, is planning to be in Tuscaloosa for an official visit much later in the process after going through some drills for the Crimson Tide.
"It went well," Fegans said of his time at Alabama. "I just did the workout and then chilled. Viewed the facility and talked with [Nick Saban]. They wanted me to come to campus first and check everything out then come back for an official. So, that will be in the fall."
The Hurricanes impressed Fegans while he was in Coral Gables.
"I like T-Rob and DVD. Those are my guys," Fegans said in reference to UM assistants Travaris Robinson and Demarcus Van Dyke. "I just like the coaches and then you know the city is nice because it's Miami. The coaches was the same on the phone as they was in person. They never changes, so they just kept it real with me the whole time."
Fegans isn't sure at the moment if he will return to Miami before he makes a decision.
"I could get back to it, most definitely. I have to see what my schedule is like because I'm not trying to think about my recruitment during my season, so I want to commit by like my third game," Fegans said.
Fegans is high on the Gamecocks because of assistant Torrian Gray.
"We have just been building that relationship," Fegans said.
The Gators could eventually receive an official visit from Fegans as he enjoyed his time in Gainsville.
"I had never been there before, but it was better than what I expected," Fegans said.
Fegans was also taken back by what the Knights have to offer after walking around Orlando.
"It was nice. On Zoom, it doesn't look the same as in person, so I actually liked that I went," Fegans said.
Fegans is listed at 6-foot-2, 181 pounds. He was named to the MaxPreps All-Alabama first-team defense this past winter and was an Alabama Sports Writers Association 6A All-State first-team selection as a junior.
OSU just offered Terrance Brooks
Myles Pollard has impressive offer list of Auburn, Michigan, Oklahoma, and UF