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I'll go ahead and admit off the bat that this post originates from sour grapes that has led me to try and make some wine.
With that out of the way, I still believe the post has merit (or I'm still a little tipsy from last night's crawfish boil). But I will argue that the improvement of Frost and Cass in the spring is far more important/ will have more impact on Auburn's future success than Foster might have/had. I know KF, he is a cerebral guy... I am not sure why he wasn't a factor last year. He has the athleticism to cover major ground playing the WLB position. We saw flashes from Cassanova last year and he plays fast and hits hard. If they figure it out in the spring , RF wasn't going to see much playing time this fall anyways, if he was to qualify.
There are two big-time LB recruits in the state next year, Dameyune Craig needs to be visiting with Tre Williams on Thursday and I feel pretty good about SDH with Jeremy Johnson on board.
If we get the Alexander bro's, Monster Adams and Elijiah D tomorrow, the future of our D will look alot brighter and most of us will forget about Liner and Foster until Sept. of 2015 or whenever they find the field over there.
Dameyune can't visit anybody. Dead period.
Obviously I meant ASAP, but thank you for clearing that up.
i think dl and rf while they have the stars don't seem to have the sense and the maturity that many of the 4* and 3*s do. CT is a prime example and as for the jucos we have already enrolled i have an overwhelming sense of pride knowing that those guys are going to deliver hits that will leave some questioning what team they chose.
when the going gets weird the weird turn pro
Dyin' ain't much of a living, boy - you know who
I would agree that ON PAPER we aren't in as bad of a position at linebacker as most think. We have some pretty highly recruited guys in there that were not developed by the last staff. Whose fault that was is the question. But if this staff can come in and scoop and score on the talent that is already here then we should be ok. Guys like Kris Frost and Cassanova could be sleeping giants as far as we know. Throw in Flowers, Mitchell, Holland, Garrett, Toney, etc and some actual coaching and maybe we aren't screwed at LB as bad as most think.
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