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No surprise, here's my quick story on it.
Stanford snares another quality prospect with the commitment of offensive lineman Thomas Oser.
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It's all good we have 3 OL in this Class. and we're still involved in 4 to 5 Lineman. Maurice Porter, Nico Falah, Cameron Hunt, Jackson Keeler, Nic Purcell. and I really like Evan Voeller He's going to be a stud..:)
Stanford took 7 offensive linemen last year and this is their second this year. They will be forming an all-offensive line lineup in a couple of years :)
Bummer about Oser. I can't blame him for wanting a Stanford education.
If he has the grades, more power to him.
Good luck to Oser, except when he plays the Ducks.
The one I really hated to lose was Murphy last year.
As has been stated. We are still in it for 5 very good O-Linemen and we will only be taking a max of 2. I think this keeps us in a position of strength as for as OL recruiting goes even without Oser. Honestly, I like Flah, Porter, and Hunt better than Oser anyway. Keeler is equal to Oser for me and Purcel is a mystery who I can't figure out how I feel about. I love his ability but I don't know if I would celebrate a commitment from him if it means sacrificing 3 extra years from one of the other guys.
I think Purcell would have at least 3 years if he wins his appeal. He's not asking for a redshirt exemption, he's saying 2 games of inter mural football in New Zealand shouldn't have started his clock. I think he just played 1 year stateside, so he'd have 3 years left if we heard in right.
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