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What's with all the talk surrounding him today? Did he open up his commitment, what's the deal. I read the pulse and I frequent the board, it's just all the talk bout him today is slightly confusing and seems like its coming out of left field.
I think it's just ppl guessing about the mystery visitor this weekend who's committed elsewhere. There was also comparison between he and Garner since Garner is an ag and Mo Smith is considered the top 2013 corner in TX by most.
Maybe posting's just not your game. I know, let's have a spelling contest.
A&M is not pursuing Maurice Smith.
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Well I guess you can rule him out as "Mr question mark" in the pulse...the HAMMER has spoken
" Manziel is “a good kid, an honest kid. He has his heart in the right place.”
Chancellor, Texas A&M
Dontre Wilson is my guess then... Looking for a home other than Oregon..
DJ Ward seems to fit a few of the other pieces being thrown around as well. i.e. OU commit and DE
Yes, yes they are.
Says who? Hamm is pretty plugged in on these things.
Tim Watts. Lead recruiting guy for BOL and probably the best in the nation. If Tim says TAMU is recruiting Smith, then they are. He doesnt post info unless he knows whats going on.
This post was edited by Bolden1983 15 months ago
There's a big difference between "recruiting" and "wanting a commitment from".
It never hurts to keep in contact with top prospects in case something falls through. See Jordan Maestro, kid we just took from OU. A spot opened up, we reached out, he jumped on it.
I'm sure our coaches are talking to him, but at this point, I don't think he could make a phonecall and commit to us even if he wanted to.
SEC SEC SEC!!!
You lost me in your very first sentence. U cannot be seriously saying that with a straight face.
“Yesterday is history, tomorrow is a mystery, today is a gift of God, which is why we call it the present.”
It's a very difficult concept, apparently.
Coaches keep contact with way, way more kids than they can take. Very simple.
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