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  1. I can see where you're coming from, but let's say he does earn and hold onto the job at some point. Then let's say he just performs above average, which is probably a lot more likely than completely blowing the doors off and locking himself in as a draft pick who can leave with 1-2 years of eligibility left. You're saying that after a couple years he's just going to quit as the starting QB with 2 years left? I get that he is set with his degrees and also just got engaged so he probably won't "need" to play, but most athletes don't quit with more time to play at their disposal, especially no
  2. Are we going to have the oldest starting/backup QB combo in NCAA history?? Aune is about to be 28 and is a sophomore, Ruder is a 22 year old freshman.
  3. I was under the impression that he was a RS Sophomore, but looking at his timeline it appears he is actually considered a freshman. 2018 season- True Freshman, suffered season-ending injury and redshirted 2019 season- RS Freshman, suffered another season-ending injury 2020 season- RS Sophomore, however he was granted a medical redshirt so this technically puts him back at RS Freshman 2021 season- RS Freshman due to the free extra covid year along with his medical redshirt. More interesting to me than Drummond is if Ruder sticks around if he loses the job to Aune
  4. Really really hope we can hold onto this dude. I know he seems very solid right now, but it doesn't look like he has received any new offers since committing to us. Plenty of eyes will be on him playing at Guyer, and he attended the SMU camp today so I would say you never know what's going to happen.
  5. Injury update as well as some feedback from a Dr who is typically pretty spot on with his analysis of NFL injuries. Sucks to see because the role he likely would have had will probably be taken over by their 3rd round pick, RB Trey Sermon from Oklahoma.
  6. Slightly off topic but our editing game on recruiting graphics has definitely fallen off..I've seen this same graphic used with all of our commits and the giant head on a different body is a pretty weird choice.
  7. The crazy thing about looking at this list is that we also signed 5 more defensive lineman in our '21 class, along with Jimmy Walker and Kenneth Dotson who are both redshirt freshman that have been on the team for 2 years. We have 19 guys to play 4 spots and only 3 are seniors, the rest are freshmen or sophomores. If we don't have excellent rotation and depth for the next 2-3 years then we've badly missed on our DL recruiting.
  8. Last years #129 pick signed a 4 year, $3.98 million contract. So I would expect it to be somewhere around that.
  9. Through 3 rounds there have been 4 receivers drafted that are 5'9" or shorter, clearly somebody has a use for those guys. Comparing this to Mason is like apples and oranges. Jaelon was always projected to go in the 4th/5th round in most best case scenarios. His time will come.
  10. They can waive that type of stuff for football players. Also a strange implication that his parents could not afford to help their son go to school to pursue his dreams for that cost.
  11. Don't think we had anyone else trying. We didn't have many seniors in the first place and from what I can see they all either left to move on with their life, decided to come back and play again, or transferred to play somewhere else for their 2nd senior year.
  12. I think I would pass on this one. If I am seeing his timeline correctly he has played in 2 games of division 1 football since graduating in 2016. The size is there, but for whatever reason he has not shown the ability to play at the FBS level after 5 years.
  13. Ruder was a state champion track star in HS so I would argue his speed was not much behind Bean at one point if at all. That was also 4 years and a significant leg injury ago so hard to say what we have now, but to say he's not a runner would be wrong. Hard to compare their results because Ruder did hurdles and Bean did the 100 meter but- Ruder 110m hurdles- 15.49 Bean 100m- 10.36 They both did the 4x100 and I'm going to go out on a limb and guess Bean might have had slightly better teammates but those numbers are more similar. Ruder 4x100- 43.81 Bean 4x100- 40.9
  14. Interesting that Dion Novil was not chosen as one of their "notable" returners as a 2 time all conference player.
  15. Commits to Syracuse. I would assume that with Sanders coming back for us we might have backed off his recruitment.
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