Discussion in 'Recruiting' started by huskerlullaby, Jan 27, 2017.
He just followed several WSU coaches. Think he's a goner.
I'm going to devils advocate this... maybe they asked him to follow everyone so each guy has a chance to try and flip him one last time?
Maybe a reach who knows.
Calvin is pirate booty?
This would be a true statement.
The 5 most recent people he has started following are all WSU.
Might be something to that "big fish in a little pond" statement?
I wouldn't put him in the top 3 of the ones we have coming in.
Maybe he just wants to ensure he does not have to worry about football after mid December?
There's little doubt we needed him. He is uber quick and runs good routes. He would have seen action next year whether he weighs 155 or not. If anything, just based on WR numbers alone, we needed him.
I'm not sure KW goes after him this time. You can only burn a program so many times. We missed out on others because of him.
Has he decommitted? Or is this just speculation?
Give him a couple hours.
Maybe if he decommits early enough today, there will be enough time to get bored with WSU and recommit to NU.
IF and that is a big IF this were the case I would not want a kid afraid to swim with the sharks. Let him stay in the tidal pool with the minnows.
I think the "missed out on others" is very likely. I can wrap my head around the entire Oregon State thing I guess, pressure from family and all. But when he flipped to Nebraska, with the sentiment that this is where he always wanted to be, he should have been settled. If he flips again to Wash State at this late juncture it makes one believe that there's a selfish component to his mindset and could be caustic in the locker room.
All that said, he is a great talent, and right now we don't know? He may still sign for Nebraska. All we can do is take everything with a grain of salt, and wait.
I don't know. KJ Jr, POB, Gebbia, and others all seemed content with the attention they got and appeared to be doing everything possible to help coaches go after future talent. Like society, I think it's a mixed bag.
Clouse also commented this morning that this much drama leading up to a commit usually doesn't bode well for the future. I'm not sure what he bases that on and I can think of a couple exceptions off the top of my head, but overall I think that makes sense. He created drama to see what kind of reaction he could get. How often is he willing to do that and when does it stop. I was in the "you take him because of his talent" camp, but I really don't care what he does anymore.
Meh...too much drama with this one. he'd be nice for the recruiting ranking boost but wherever he lands it will be temporary anyway.
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