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    I dont know what is more impressive about John Papuchis on the recruiting trail this year...

    Is it the fact he has had a hand in 7 of the Huskers 12 current commits?
    Is it how those 7 kids hail from 5 different states (Ohio, Maryland, Texas, Wisconsin, Indiana)?
    Is it how he has recruited 5 different positions (DE, LB, DB, WR, Long Snapper)?
    Is it the fact he is still not done?

    John Papuchis is clearly one of the top 15-20 recruiters in the country and a coach on the extreme rise.

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    Quote Originally Posted by N2FL View Post
    John Papuchis is clearly one of the top 15-20 recruiters in the country and a coach on the extreme rise.
    As long as the defense sees significant improvement over the next 2-3 years, he'll be on the move. Not a matter of "if," but "when."

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    BUMP!
    sorry, not an update to the thread, just moving it to the top so N2FL can find it easy. (I'm waiting for my updated rankings)
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    Gonna take a guess for him. I could see you putting him after Love as well.

    1. Marcus Newby, LB (Maryland) - recruited by Ross Els and John Papuchis
    2. Josh Banderas, LB (Nebraska) - recruited by Barney Cotton and Ross Els
    3. Marcus McWilson, S (Ohio) - recruited by John Papuchis and Vince Marrow
    4. Johnny Stanton, QB (California) - recruited by Tim Beck
    5. Zach Hannon, OL (Missouri) - recruited by John Garrison
    6. Courtney Love, LB (Ohio) - recruited by John Papuchis and Vince Marrow
    7. Christian Lacouture, DL (Texas) - recruited by Rick Kaczenski and John Papuchis
    8. A.J. Natter, DE (Wisconsin) - recruited by John Papuchis
    9. Nathan Gerry, Ath (S/LB) (So. Dakota) - recruited by Barney Cotton and Terry Joseph
    10. Greg Hart, TE (Ohio) - recruited by Vince Marrow
    11. Kevin Gladney, WR (Ohio) - recruited by John Papuchis and Vince Marrow
    12. Dan Samuelson, OL (Indiana) - recruited by John Garrison
    13. Gabriel Miller, LS (Indiana) - recruited by John Papuchis

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    I would put him between Natter and Gerry. But I don't know much.
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    Now at 14

    1. Marcus Newby, LB (Maryland) - recruited by Ross Els and John Papuchis
    2. Josh Banderas, LB (Nebraska) - recruited by Barney Cotton and Ross Els
    3. Johnny Stanton, QB (California) - recruited by Tim Beck
    4. Marcus McWilson, S (Ohio) - recruited by John Papuchis and Vince Marrow
    5. Courtney Love, LB (Ohio) - recruited by John Papuchis and Vince Marrow
    6. Christian Lacouture, DL (Nebraska) - recruited by Rick Kaczenski and John Papuchis
    7. A.J. Natter, DE (Wisconsin) - recruited by John Papuchis
    8. Zach Hannon, OL (Missouri) - recruited by John Garrison
    9. Dan Samuelson, OL (Indiana) - recruited by John Garrison
    10. Nathan Gerry, Ath (S/LB) (So. Dakota) - recruited by Barney Cotton and Terry Joseph
    11. Jonathan Cook, DB (Alabama) - recruited by Terry Joseph
    12. Kevin Gladney, WR (Ohio) - recruited by John Papuchis and Vince Marrow
    13. Greg Hart, TE (Ohio) - recruited by Vince Marrow
    14. Gabriel Miller, LS (Indiana) - recruited by John Papuchis

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vinny View Post
    I would put him between Natter and Gerry. But I don't know much.
    Apparently more than me

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    Quote Originally Posted by N2FL View Post
    1. Marcus Newby, LB (Maryland) - recruited by Ross Els and John Papuchis
    2. Josh Banderas, LB (Nebraska) - recruited by Barney Cotton and Ross Els
    3. Johnny Stanton, QB (California) - recruited by Tim Beck
    4. Marcus McWilson, S (Ohio) - recruited by John Papuchis and Vince Marrow
    5. Courtney Love, LB (Ohio) - recruited by John Papuchis and Vince Marrow
    6. Christian Lacouture, DL (Nebraska) - recruited by Rick Kaczenski and John Papuchis
    7. A.J. Natter, DE (Wisconsin) - recruited by John Papuchis
    8. Zach Hannon, OL (Missouri) - recruited by John Garrison
    9. Dan Samuelson, OL (Indiana) - recruited by John Garrison
    10. Nathan Gerry, Ath (S/LB) (So. Dakota) - recruited by Barney Cotton and Terry Joseph
    11. Jonathan Cook, DB (Alabama) - recruited by Terry Joseph
    12. Kevin Gladney, WR (Ohio) - recruited by John Papuchis and Vince Marrow
    13. Greg Hart, TE (Ohio) - recruited by Vince Marrow
    14. Gabriel Miller, LS (Indiana) - recruited by John Papuchis
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    So do you add Rose to this list since he can't play till next year or do transfers not count? Curious where you would rank Rose on this list.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hpride1982 View Post
    So do you add Rose to this list since he can't play till next year or do transfers not count? Curious where you would rank Rose on this list.
    Based soley on their HS film, I would personally put Jonathan Rose #1 on this list. I really like Rose's upside and style of play. He has the physical potential to be a 3-year starter for Nebraska.

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    Quote Originally Posted by N2FL View Post
    Based soley on their HS film, I would personally put Jonathan Rose #1 on this list. I really like Rose's potential. He has the physical potential to be a 3-year starter for Nebraska.
    Nice, I wouldn't have guessed him that high.
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    Quote Originally Posted by N2FL View Post
    Based soley on their HS film, I would personally put Jonathan Rose #1 on this list. I really like Rose's upside and style of play. He has the physical potential to be a 3-year starter for Nebraska.
    That made my day. He made a great choice.
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    doesn't mean he's right for us here at Nebraska." -Bo Pelini, 2/3/10


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    Quote Originally Posted by N2FL View Post
    Based soley on their HS film, I would personally put Jonathan Rose #1 on this list. I really like Rose's upside and style of play. He has the physical potential to be a 3-year starter for Nebraska.
    Awesome. Playing in 9 games as a true freshman speaks volumes to I would think.

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    This thing had fallen all the way to page 5. So here is a BUMP, make it easier for N2FL to find.

    Sorry if you thought he had an update. One plus to all these changes is now he doesn't have to worry about where to rank Love or Lacouture. I feel it safely falls on the Love side of things now.

    My guess as to where Gregory is placed, is that we have a new #4 on N2FL's rank list.
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    I would rate Gregory #1....thats how good he is...I don't think some folks realize how good this kid is...Rivals has him as a low 3-star...go figure....247 a very high 4-star....just missing 5-star rating....


    Quote Originally Posted by Native View Post
    This thing had fallen all the way to page 5. So here is a BUMP, make it easier for N2FL to find.

    Sorry if you thought he had an update. One plus to all these changes is now he doesn't have to worry about where to rank Love or Lacouture. I feel it safely falls on the Love side of things now.

    My guess as to where Gregory is placed, is that we have a new #4 on N2FL's rank list.
    Notre Dame only had one Rudy but Nebraska gets a new crop of Rudys every season

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    "too skinny", not a full four years gave him the bump down for me. Total stab by me, I don't watch the film.
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    You may want to watch...


    Video Here: http://rivals.yahoo.com/video/recrui...lights-1109621

    Quote Originally Posted by Native View Post
    "too skinny", not a full four years gave him the bump down for me. Total stab by me, I don't watch the film.
    Notre Dame only had one Rudy but Nebraska gets a new crop of Rudys every season

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    He does look pretty good when not blocked. That is what frustrates me about watching this type of film. Most of his highlights seem to occur when the other team forgets about him. Doesn't make him unimpressive, it is that there is no value in watching him tackle a QB from the backside while unblocked. I would have made that tackle in jr. high.
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    FWIW 247 has him rated the #3 JUCO prosepct in the country and the #1 JUCO DE....and he broke his leg in game one of the season this year...says allot....just two points from being a 5-star....


    Quote Originally Posted by Native View Post
    He does look pretty good when not blocked. That is what frustrates me about watching this type of film. Most of his highlights seem to occur when the other team forgets about him. Doesn't make him unimpressive, it is that there is no value in watching him tackle a QB from the backside while unblocked. I would have made that tackle in jr. high.
    Notre Dame only had one Rudy but Nebraska gets a new crop of Rudys every season

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    Quote Originally Posted by Native View Post
    He does look pretty good when not blocked. That is what frustrates me about watching this type of film. Most of his highlights seem to occur when the other team forgets about him. Doesn't make him unimpressive, it is that there is no value in watching him tackle a QB from the backside while unblocked. I would have made that tackle in jr. high.
    There are several plays where they attempt to block him , and he simply avoids it (sign of a darn good player). Watch his hands, constantly moving, attacks half a man better than most. Works inside and outside moves, extremely active. Also, I know they are highlights, but causes fumbles. Has ball awarness, an atribute you cannot coach, a player either has it or not, and it seems on film he has it. Very big pick up.


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