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'17 ATH Tre'von Bradley (Cleburne) [LOI: UH]


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14 hours ago, UNT90 said:

I wonder what position Army offered at. Surely not WR?

Yeah, I would hope not but stranger things do happen. This kid is so good at the read option

 

I would love to see this kid on a Reverse Pass/Run option.

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Yelp, another loss by this staff who is proving they can't recruit...

Delete your account... This has to be in the running already for the dumbest post of the year.. If they(the staff) had landed him, then they could recruit, if they didn't they can't do their jobs

✅ At the end of the day UH (like UNT) is still a G-5 program in a conference that doesn't have any better Bowl ties than CUSA.  UH recently shot their last wad for this generational timeline to get in

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4 hours ago, UNT90 said:

Late bloomer. First year at QB was this year. First opportunity to show what he could do with the ball in his hands every play (was WR as a junior). 

His value as a kick and punt returner at the next level is reason enough for a scholarship offer, IMO.

Well that gives us hope he won't have to RS for sure next year as he learns the WR spot/route tree

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That is a good addition at an absolute position of need. Great upside and very likely to make the grades. We could even use yet another receiver. We really need another 5-7 players of that quality level in this class.

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8 hours ago, Wag Tag said:

Sure has a negative impact on our rankings. Why would we not be subscribers? Is it an expense thing?

I would say it's more inconsistent than anything.

I can't tell you why each UNT fan doesn't subscribe. But basically there are subsites on the major recruiting sites. We used to have one with rivals, but the guy who ran it (Troy Phillips) left soon after Dodge did, which was not coincidental. Here it is:

https://northtexas.rivals.com

Another example is volquest. The url is tennessee.rivals.com. It is also a subsite within rivals, specially dedicated for Tennessee Vols fans. The site is run by Brent Hubbs, Paul Fortenberry, and a few other insiders. They work for Rivals, but their job is to provide Tennessee coverage, particularly with recruiting, and drive subscribers to their subsite, and in turn, to Rivals.

The folks at volquest, the other subsites, and the site as a whole (Rivals, 247, scout) are going to service their paying customers, just like any profession. In this case, it usually amounts to a bunch of clamoring fans complaining that their recruits aren't rated high enough, so they get in-depth re-evaluations and ratings.

This isn't to say our recruits never get fair evaluations, or that only the big schools' recruits actuall get attention from these websites. But just like any business, you're going to pay more attention and devote more extra time to the higher paying customers. Which, in this case, is the big fan bases of the name brand schools/programs.

That's why it was great to see Vito form a bit of a partnership with Brian Perroni of 247. He has given our commits the time of day. Either way, everything mentioned above is why there are inconsistencies and lack of attention with our commits to the point that it is hard to put much stock into comparing our recruits by heir ratings. Because the terms of their ratings are usually completely different.

Whereas FBS coaches are fired if they don't bring in the right players, so you can bet they will/have given our recruits adequate evaluation in whether they choose to offer or not. Which is why that carries more weight with our guys, to me.

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3 minutes ago, Aldo said:

it *was* posted prior to the Houston offer announcement came out, so...idk

Yeah, that's what gives me hope but you are always have that doubt. 

He tweeted that at 9:32 PM yesterday and tweeted his scholly offer at 2 PM today. 

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