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Much better fit IMO
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Agree. I'm from Copperas Cove right next to killeen. Baylor has a pipeline there for students and athletes the way that A&M does with greater Houston.
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Goes to TAMU: Man, this place is awesome! I'm gonna commit!!
Goes to Baylor: Man, THIS place is awesome! I'm gonna commit!
Somewhere a few months/weeks from now: Man! Wow! Now THIS place is really awesome! I'm gonna commit!
Anyone wanna bet? Besides Mr. Jefferson, of course.
What does a commitment mean from him at this point?
I personally hope he stays committed so he can enjoy the spoils of a sub .500 big 12 team including: <10,000 home game crowds, ugly women, getting bear raped by such national powers as Texas Tech, and living in Waco.
Now thats Baylor Bold
This post was edited by LonestarAg 10 2 years ago
This is another prime example of the lengths that Briles and his money trigger man will go to in recruiting. I had dealings with DMc and he is the epitome of doing anything whether it is kosher or not, look to the Corp he sold to and worked for after his buyout. He is IMO the Phil Knight of Texas.
lol wat? baylor? lol.
Hey mr Jefferson, I hope you realize your son just got Baylor into a shit load of trouble. He was "blown away" by their pro-day- bringing in recruits on a pro day is a major recruiting violation. You absolutely cannot do that and Baylor has got to have some of the dumbest compliance people in college football. Your son tweeting that- well, its being re-tweeted by hundreds of Ags right now and the NCAA will thump Baylor bc of it.
With his offers, this def says scared of competition. He goes to a loser high school, keep expectations consistent and go to loser college.
Not sure that Baylor is too concerned about compliance issues.
Good luck to him...
I do like how Coach handled the matter though.
I can't remember when it was or who the first person I read or heard say it, but when they said (or wrote) that it should be an intent first, and then a letter of commitment second, that person was spot on.
"Let your life be a counter friction to stop the machine." - Henry David Thoreau
Now you see why I called his dad out.
They were not allowed in the building during the Pro Day. They sat outside under a tent, had lunch, then watched practice. Taylor can confirm with any of the 20 2013 and 2014 recruits there to see practice.
They let him hold the Heisman, not a bad recruiting tool, wish we could do that...
hahahhahahhahaha!! Surrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrre they weren't... Just so happens they had recruits visit on a pro-day?
This is such a lie. The Birdville OL visited Baylor and TCU and coach did not handle him.
It's called leverage moron. Obviously we feel we can replace Jefferson with someone as good or better. We obviously felt he was wavering far more than Aguilar too. Not hard to figure out, unless you're a moron.
This post was edited by Aggie86 2 years ago
I think he's a solid back but good luck with him making it to signing day...
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