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“My trip was nice,” LaRue said. “It was cold, but it was definitely a nice trip.”
Also cancelled aOSU trip apparently.
haha. I think we can count him in!
“Close tax loopholes that allow some of the truly wealthy to avoid paying their fair share,” Reagan vowed.
Been hearing he wants to check out ND. Just a rumor, not sure if true. Not even sure we would take him.
3 time POTW
I hope not,but he needs a team.
"It's what a brother would do for another brother"
Actually I think it's the opposite.
"LaRue added he might still consider Washington State if he decides to change his commitment in the next few months."
This seems odd to me. The kids that we recruit usually compete against Oregon, Stanford, Notre Dame, Alabama, etc. The other higher tier programs. Kinda odd to see one of our recruits going to a bottom-feeder program...
Still don't like seeing kids decommit. I would rather they not commit until they have completed all their visits and due diligence. But, maybe I'm old school in thinking that a verbal commitment actually means something....
Leach's offense is tailor made for LaRue. He would be the perfect fit.
What about his skill set in particular makes you say that?
Quick speedy slot receiver.
Did I miss something? Is he de-committing, or is the staff dropping him?
Wes Welker, rinse and repeat.
No, just people making statements on their own for the most part..although Altadenamike doesn't necessarily make those type of comments too lightly. Until something comes from Scott or Kobe, not going to worry.
Tommy, Rebel, and our newest rescue Harley!
Handwriting meet wall.
I want to check out the ND in your avatar
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