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That is a true statement and Auburn's set for the next three years really as the other kid that played center did pretty well himself.
"So then, because you are lukewarm, and neither cold nor hot, I will vomit you out of My mouth."... Rev. 3:16
What a relief. Thank you.
And one more thing - Never to Yield.
Yeah, not a big deal. I thought he was a little undersized for a center. Plus, we are set at that position for the next 3-4 years so not a huge need there. Besides, as KN points out, serviceable centers aren't hard to find and you can win big with an average center, even a walk-on. Just look at Auburn 2004...
This is why I do not get excited about players who "commit." I save my excitement for players who sign.
It's great to be an Auburn Tiger...
H: Having A: Anger T: Towards E: Everyone R: Reaching S: Success
And the next Petey Smith, Jon Achitison, Burton Scott etc Casher will live to regret this decision in my humble opinion but War Eagle anyway!!
Auburn's 2004 team went undefeated using 2 walkons!! Jeremy Ingle was one but the other escapes me!!
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WAR F. EAGLE
2010 BCS National Champs
Gets a fourth star and turns toward Bama...typical.
Auburn...a family tradition since 1905
Too, I wish him Montravious Adams for 3 hours, each November.
There are much bigger, much better o-linemen waiting in the wings to wear O&B. The Casher boat has sailed. Best of luck to him...his younger brother must be the better prospect. Sounds like Casher was getting early attention as much for his talent if not more for the talent of his brother, Darius Whitfield. I have no use for people who go back on their word.
Best of luck Joshua, wherever you may end up.
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