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what you think guys do we offer him? he really wants one... but we only take 2 RB's...this year....
So many options this year, and with serious interest.
This kids a boss. It's hard to ignore Scoby and some of the other guys too. Good problem to have.
The way I look at it is you can't lose on any of these kids(Mixon, Scoby, Starks, etc...) so I say you offer all of them and then see who seems to be the most interested and pursue them accordingly. It's not like we'll get every kid we offer so it can't hurt to cast the proverbial wide net and sew who takes. We don't want another Dontre situation where we throw all our eggs into one basket only to be scorned last minute and not have any options. Jmo.
Agreed. I do enjoy this problem though. Love early interest and reciprocation by the staff.
yep, can't go wrong with any of these kids. Just tell them and be honest, which I think our staff does. "we have two spots, we are going to give out 4-5 offers (or whatever it may be) and it is going to be first come first serve, hope you want to be apart of something great"
Does anyone have any insight re Scoby and qualifing? Just read over on Scout that he's been at about 5 different schools since his SO year.
This post was edited by duck81 17 months ago
Im not a paid professional that knows how these players get ranked, but if i heard that the #26 player in the nation is interested in my school i would be all over him.
Yes, yes and yes. Just like fishing, presentation, bait em, set the hook, reel em in, keeper or not.
I've mentioned that issue here in the past week. Which is honestly the only issue keeping him from an Oregon offer at this time.
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