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We've seen some good improvement on the defensive side of the ball this year, but I still don't think we have a play maker that's truly making a name to be feared out on the field. I know we already have like 5 or 6 DB's committed but LJ Moore would be huge to get a top corner. I also think we need to keep looking at building more depth on the line (both sides of the ball) I don't know of any guys interested on O, but but Derrick Calloway and Andrew Billings look like good prospects at DT.
I agree, we should have something on Moore and Calloway soon.
Personally I think Dee Paul is going to be a special player. He isn't real highly recruited coming from a 1-A school but he can play.
I don't think we should take another DB (assuming that's what we are recruiting him for) unless it's a big time recruit with all the guys we are currently bringing in. Just seems too risky to spend another scholly on someone that might not play out. 1-A schools can produce some talent, but it's a much bigger adjustment when the current talent he plays against is much lower than say a 4-A or 5-A kid. Doubt he would stick at safety either, he seems undersized for a D-1 safety.
From what I understand, he could end up at corner or play a Jakeem Grant-type role on offense, but definitely seems to factor in the return game.
D. Wheeler and R. Davis both came from fairly small schools IIRC.
Coming from 1-A and getting an offer this late in the year (considering most of the highly recruited guys get offered much sooner), you have to trust the coaches' judgment.
I want to see Tech land either (or both) of their top TE targets in Beau Sandland and De'Mareiya Nelson. The run game and the middle passing game has really taken a hit with the loss of Amaro and Ontiveros, and adding these two (Nelson is more an H-back than true TE anyways) would really help out. Plus, having Amaro and Sandland lining up opposite each other would really help disguise the play whether run or pass.
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