Here's my point. I've seen a lot of wide receivers run sloppy routes without sharp cuts and/or quick change of direction. I'm sure he was covered at times, so was Jerry Rice. There is a reason Fleck offered him - he saw some great potential in the kid. If Fleck likes his potential as a wide out, I'm in. And, yes, you tried to make something out-of nothing replying to my comment.Ok, a walk-on WR showed an edited video clip of 4 nice routes where he beat his man. If he did it 5 times, we'd have probably seen 5 routes in the clip. Maybe not, but usually if you have 5 nice things, you show all 5, not just 4. So either a) he only ran 4 routes period or b) he ran more routes and they weren't like the 4 we saw.
Seems logical. What's the problem with my reasoning? Or are you just attacking the monicker name like bob boblaw or whatever his name is?
Shades of Cody Lindenberg (sp?). It underscores the importance of youth camps and interactions with Gopher Football at a young age.
If I were Carson the dear young man, I should consider MN and play closer to home where friends and family can watch him play.per Jared:
Four-star center Carson Hizman is the country's highest rated player at his position, and has the offers to show for it. With over 20 offers from all conferences, the 6-foot-5, 280-pound offensive lineman is one of the most sought-after prospects out there, and has a busy summer ahead.
With four official visits already set, many schools including Minnesota are battling to earn the fifth.
Crystal ball mn. Has an ov next week
Outside of very rare exceptions you never really hear a bad report from a recruit or their family about a visit or interaction with a coaching staff. It is nearly always positive.Momma Holloman and Tre were also really enthused with their Michigan St visit...