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“I would say Georgia’s chances of getting me are somewhat dependent on Trooper Taylor being there too,” Foster said. “He told me that he did not want to cause me to change where I want to be because of him, but I told him not to worry about that.”
There is still no sign of Duron Carter.
How is this not a red flag to the NCAA?!?!
In all honesty, we probably have a couple of recruits that would say the same about Kirby. A lot of the recruits spend much more time with the assistants, so it is pretty understandable.
This post was edited by tyde13 16 months ago
It doesn't prove anything other than RF being a dumbass.
Kirby does not make recruits get tats of Elephants and then read transcripts put together by Kirby to try and show up an opposing school.
I would love to see Troopa land on the USC staff. That is about the only place I think he would fit in.
Reuben Foster would have absolutely been broken by Coach Saban and Coach Smart.
Choose not a life of limitation
I think they have a special handshake and a secret knock. "psst. it's me."
I wasn't comparing Kirby and Trooper's personality. Building relationships are a large part of recruiting, some guys have personalities that attract to coaches like Kirby and some have personalities that attract them to guys like Trooper.
A lot of our coaches recruit players that are not on their side of the ball (Lance Thompson visiting Robert Foster, for example), so I'm not sure why it is all that unsual for Trooper to be recruiting Rueben. Especially considering the fact that Trooper has a son that plays on the same high school football team.
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