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Who will end up being the best or most important signee from your latest class? Best sleeper (great class so sleeper is a relative term)? Most likely to bust?

For Bama....

I'm going to say OJ Howard was our most important signee but I'm calling J. Allen 1b.

For sleeper I'll say Anthony Averett. He's listed as an ATH but he'll play CB for us. I just like his size, speed and he's very fluid. Eddie Jackson is a close second.

For busts, I hate to have a negative question but that's recruiting for you. The easy answer is Reuben Foster for Bama. Not because of talent, dude is a stud, but because I'm worried about his maturity.
2/10 10:17 PM | IP: Logged

Most Important, I say Anthony Jennings, sleeper Lewis Neal, most likely to bust, I won't go there as they will all be all Americans
2/13 9:59 PM | IP: Logged

The least effective AA then?

Yea, I get it. It is sort of unfair to speculate on something like that where the kids might read it.

Jennings was a big pick up as was that OL (can't recall his name this minute). I don't know who Neal is but I'll take a look.
2/14 1:56 PM | IP: Logged

Ethan Pocic is probably the OL you're referring to, but JuCo transfer Fehoko Fanaika (also on OL) could be a huge get too.

It's pretty easy for me to go with either of the QBs for most important.
 
Kendell Beckwith DE/LB - 6' 3" 225 lbs. for impact, with 5* WR Tredavious White a close 2nd.

Sleeper... I'd take TE Desean Smith, and bust...  
2/25 1:33 AM | IP: Logged

Yep, Pocic is the OL I was talking about. My nephew (at LSU right now) was telling me about Fanaika; he likes his potential too and thinks he'll make an early impact.

I like your QB's too but I think you guys are already in good shape for the future there with Rivers, Bolden and Liggins (if he doesn't play DT, haha). I think Rivers is the heir apparent but Rettig could give him a run especially if Rivers doesn't get a lot of time in 2013.

I also really like Brazil as a shutdown guy in the future.
2/26 12:15 PM | IP: Logged

Good call on Brazil, world class speed. During the LHSAA indoor state championship he ran the fastest 55 meters in the country... great field vision too, having played QB, RB, WR, & DB.

The guy has a great upside and should be a baller, can't wait to see him return a few kickoffs/punts for TDs too.
2/27 9:22 AM | IP: Logged

Originally posted by BamaFan1137:
Who will end up being the best or most important signee from your latest class? Best sleeper (great class so sleeper is a relative term)? Most likely to bust?

For Bama....

I'm going to say OJ Howard was our most important signee but I'm calling J. Allen 1b.

For sleeper I'll say Anthony Averett. He's listed as an ATH but he'll play CB for us. I just like his size, speed and he's very fluid. Eddie Jackson is a close second.

For busts, I hate to have a negative question but that's recruiting for you. The easy answer is Reuben Foster for Bama. Not because of talent, dude is a stud, but because I'm worried about his maturity.

This post was edited on 4/26 1:19 PM by dr.leslie parchmento

2/27 9:34 AM | IP: Logged
Every hs recruit has the ability to star.

Then we have JUCOs ready to play, filling in the immediate needs.
3/1 11:28 PM | IP: Logged
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