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45 minutes ago, Daniel Seahorn said:

That’s fine. It’s not something that you will ever hear them publicly say, but it’s common for staffs to feel that way when it comes to prospects. 

Agree, you don't often have a whole staff agree on a prospect. I'm surprised this is a rumor or not followed with "doesn't this happen often?"

With limited numbers, every spot on the roster means something. Staff is trying to get to the point where there are no ( insert the names you know here ) players not carrying their weight on the roster.

I think this all started on the TCU site where there was also birth given to the excuse of "Patterson told him to look around."

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7 hours ago, DBut82 said:

@Daniel Seahorn quick question: does the name Kamden Perry move the needle? He's a WR for Longview. Kid is putting up numbers. Heard of him? Thoughts? 

To me the Longview kids rarely pan out in college.  Maybe I’ve missed some that played at the smaller college level, but thereve been very few that I remember having good to great college careers, especially in the fbs level. 

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22 hours ago, Harrison Wier said:

This is true, when Texas won consistently. That hasn’t happened yet. This is one season and Texas still has to finish. Big-time recruits like McCoy and Sanders are still going to be tough to pry away. It’s possible, but it’s not set in stone by any means. 

Agreed. It will probably take multiple good seasons to reverse the recent trend.

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56 minutes ago, MBHORNSFAN said:

Sound like Sanders family really wants him to stay close to home and it might be too much to overcome. Bama seems to be the pick most think at this point. 

Yeah it's looking like that at this point

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3 minutes ago, Slimer said:

If you guys haven't seen Myron Warren's Sr. hudl go check it out.  Supposedly LSU showing interest but may not have room.

Just saw his Hudl footage. Holy cow he has some serious footwork. He can definitely help in terms of pass rush

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9 hours ago, Drb522 said:

To me the Longview kids rarely pan out in college.  Maybe I’ve missed some that played at the smaller college level, but thereve been very few that I remember having good to great college careers, especially in the fbs level. 

The one i always remember is Trent Williams.

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