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Name a player from the first recruiting class you actively followed.
For some reason his name sticks out over and above them all from that class in 2004. It seemed, for me anyway, he was the first "Jimmy Johns" guy who was always going far exceed his ranking and have that huge breakout game.
I joined BOL back when that $10 a month made a difference. Thankfully, times have changed all the way round.
This post was edited by RockyRaccoon 22 months ago
“You are not entitled to your opinion. You are entitled to your informed opinion. No one is entitled to be ignorant.”
A @#$% named Tiffany.
The question is not about how much you know, it's how much of what you know do you apply?
University of Alabama: The high mark of college football since 1892
On Alabama: CeCe Jefferson - "It was a bunch of beautiful women..." Reggie Ragland - "oh the females of course..."
Alec Ogletree was the first player's film I saw, viscous hitter, still rooting for him at Georgia. I think that was before I decided to settle on Bama as my team site. It's funny how I used to know a good deal of national recruits, now I don't know anyone outside of the players were after
David Palmer. Those of you who didn't see him in HS missed out.
I went to school with Marcel at Brantley, he was one the best to ever play there, he was amazing to watch in highschool, played LB and RB at Brantley. To be such a small school, Brantley has alot of talent come through, and has put out some decent D1 talent through the years. Marcel never really broke out at Bama, but played a great ST and back up role. He was fun to watch in highscool though.
The price of victory is high, but so are the rewards.
He had a blocked punt and returned it for a TD. I'll always remember that.
Cyrus? (g) Seriously, who is he?
In this day and age when college football teams are passing more and more (and alumni are enjoying it more and more), it is with little wonder that quarterbacks have been the focus of attention
wow, blast from the past
Thanks man, never knew about him.
Don Jacobs...back in the day.
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