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Kenny Flowers (commit)
mostly last year highlights
Jeff Lark Highlights (he does have 3 years so that may be the heavy interest)
Joe Walker Highlights
Marcus Jenkins Moore
Antoinio Longino (he won't graduate to probably next Dec)
to be honest, I like Tommy Saunders the best, then Tavarres and Lark. I would love Longino but he won't graduate.
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not sure why 247 is blocking the video links
here's tommy saunders again. Beautiful
I made the mistake of watching the Tommy Sanders film you linked immediately after the guy linked Wiggins' film while lobbying for how awesome he is. And now I think Tommy Sanders is the best player in the country. That's how big the difference in their film is.
Are you kidding? I could hear that arrow a mile away.
you like tommy better than kenny?
No, I worded that poorly. It was more a slight at the guy who thought Wiggins' film was good, than anything else.
Sanders is small and quick though. Very quick.
you take sanders and let him make plays somewhere. That guy is a ball hawk and i think he comes in and plays from day1
One red flag with Sanders video is that he is unblocked in a lot of those highlights, and when he is blocked - it's terrible effort by the blocker. He is also very small as slready mentioned. Can he take on blockers in the SEC? I'd like to see more video of him beating his guy and make a play. He is great in space though and really fast. I think it's a tough call for the staff with so few spots left. At the beginning of the year he would have been an easy take.
Was there a reason these videos were blocked?
He definitely has a little Von in him.
We get our shot at him this next weekend and this is the Joker style OLB we are needing. Tavarres isn't far behind, but both bring the speed like the LBs at FL, but both seem bigger. If we can't get Mitchell, whom I would play at a Joker or SS position, then Sanders is the man. The big difference between Sanders and Mitchell is the level of competition and we know players from the SE are tough, with mitchell you are in a wildcard situation with the level of competition he has benn playing against. Also Mitchell thinks he is ready to start or have extended play time early, well unless he really is a superfreak, not coming in at midterm would work against him. Also, how much football has he been taught and how long will it take to learn a scheme and play disciplined football, not run all over the field and get out of position?
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