Discussion in 'Colorado Football Message Board' started by wst coast, Jan 31, 2010.
He is most likely going to be a LB, so 4.6 should be more than adequate.
If he doesn't bring his lunch pail, a walk-on will get more playing time than him.
Speed and talent isn't what Hawk looks for in players..
is there really a special need to be a douchebag about a student athlete?
yeah, the class isn't filled with bluechips. this is not breaking news. but, i see absolutely no reason to light a kid up. moschetti vouched for this kid in particular. maybe he can play a little.
in any case, review the ****ing rules again. NO ATTACKS against players.
borring, repetitive, and aviolation of forum rules. nice.
he can run a 4.6 at 230 lbs...his high school playing weight..but can he run a 4.6 at 250, his college playing weight....speed looks good on paper out of high school but can any of our guys maintain it once they hit the weight room and cafeteria.
No, 4.20 is "blazing in Boulder." Get your dates right!
Brian Orakpo was 6-3 218 and ran a 4.55-4.6 out of highschool, your saying you'd have no interest?
With a line like that, shouldn't your username be "SpacemanSpliff"?
Rep for all my friends!
Heck no. I pee in a cup WAY too often for that.
Exactly what in my post is in violation of forum rules?
internet tough guys everywhere on this board
i said that i'm suprised he had no other offers, also 4.6 is fast for a cu player these days. what is your problem with those two statements or did you just feel the need to act like a little bitch? LA center of the universe whatever, where in la tough guy?
Can you honestly say that your initial post wasn't snarky? Honestly? Internet tough guys everywhere, indeed.
snarky about 4.6 being fast in Boulder? yes, fact is 4.6 is fast period. for a guy that big it's rare and for us these days its fing blazing. and i am genuinely suprised he didn't get more offers, maybe moschetti hinted to others he was going to boulder all along. i know it adds nothing to come on here and bitch about not having 4 and 5 star prospects but it also needs to be pointed out to some that an even more accurate measure of how good of a 3 star or 2 star prospect someone is how many other big time offers they got. i mean when it comes down to us and Bowling green for a prospect who cares if hes a 3 star?
The kid is big, fast, and he's going to be a player.
I'm very glad he'll be a Buff.
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