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Actually, at this time. No, I'm in Alabama visiting my Grandma because she has Liver,Bone and lung cancer and am sitting at my dads bored as hell...but thanks for asking
and can you tell me ONE thing that will hender his draft status in terms of Attitude? Because I don't think you know him, I think you are basing it off of the dumbest reason in the world.
This post was edited by RollTideBeast 21 months ago
Son, I think you're missing the point. I don't think any level headed posters are saying he's a lock to be a NFL bust because he's trying to convince Clemson to sign the entire Grayson HS starting line-up...I think most people are criticisizing him solely based on the fact that he's trying to convince Clemson to sign the entire Grayson HS starting line-up...period.
"The (All In) Family"
I get that, I have multiple debates going on lol
To the people saying that, I just don't see how RN is the one being criticized for that. It's not because he doesn't have the balls to play by himself, he just wants his homeboys to play with him. Blame Dabo for giving him that option. Not an 18 year old who wants to play with his homeboys and get them a scholarship and yes that is a big reason for him doing it. To give his homeboys an oppurtunity, and I KNOW THIS from when I was talking to him at that party...He's not a dumbass kid, he knows what he is doing. Dabo is just a dumbass for being his puppet
I get down voted, but no reasonable response...As usual.
sorry bout your grandma...
I will go out on a limb and say it will hinder his draft status if he tells, or even asks, any GM or team that they need to take his "home boy" if they want him to sign with them.
BTW - I never mentioned anything about his attitude, just stated that for most players - including the once in a generation types - that it takes a certain amount of maturity to really be special. I actually think the guy has a great chance of getting to the league - and a good shot of going very early. I also agree he's doing what he is allowed to do. That doesn't make it right or mature.
What is the dumbest reason I am basing my rationale on? Experience? Reading? I don't know him, or any other recruits out there. I can read, however. And everything I've read so far shows a 17 year old who is seeing how far of a leash his future coach will give him, and keeping the media up-to-date on his requests.
"Once in awhile you get shown the light in the strangest of places you have to look at it right."
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