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IMO. Not an expert but he is dominating al the other all stars out there.
Thrilled that he is committed to play for Auburn.
Can't wait to get this class on campus and soon get back to the winning brand of Auburn football we are used to.
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Yea ive seen lawson and nedkichebcdhcseme play both very good! But I personally think lawson is better!
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When lawson climbed so high in the rankings, there was NO CHANCE of him signing with auburn. Lawson was ranked around #100 when he initially committed. Things are different now. Auburn has never signed a #1 or #2 player and never will. Those guys go to traditional power house programs like alabama, ohio state, michigan, USC. Same with Foster, when he ranked #2 there was NO CHANCE we would have signed him. Now that Foster has dropped in all the rankings, I think there is a good chance we get him back.
This post was edited by kot777 15 months ago
You realize if Lawson doesn't come to AU he'll go to Ole Miss, Clemson, or UT? The first two aren't traditional powers whatsoever, and UT is nothing like it used to be
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Not to be rude, but I feel that your logic doesn't make sense. Just look at the last 3 years. Clowney to South Carolina, DGB to Missouri, Nkemdiche was committed to Clemson, and could end up at Ole Miss. I'm sure your statement has been true many of the past years, but recent history says otherwise. Being a prestigious program certainly helps, but it seems clear that there are other variables.
I think we use the word commited loosely around here. If we were that comitted to our wives, we wouldn't be married long. Honey, I'm commited to you but I'm gonna see three or four other women, kick the tires, have some fun and maybe come back home to you if the others don't sweep me off my feet. I vote that the word commit be replaced by "leader at the moment". My 2 cents.
Go back to the Bama site updyke, we are not dumb enough to believe that you are an Auburn fan.
Lawson has been in the top 10 for a long time, and his commitment has been solid up until we hired Garner. So take your factless information elsewhere.
Auburn has had two undefeated season in the last ten years, and we did not have to have other teams lose to get into our national championship game. Year in and year out we are always in the top in recruiting, And yes this year will be a struggle as it always is during a coaching change.
You should go back to Boa online and worry about how you are going to handle the spread next year with A+M, Ole Miss and Auburn on your schedule.
This post was edited by craigf 15 months ago
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