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you cannever take anything for granted. even though he was an erly commitment we are on the same page as all his other schools as far as relationships. everybody is new so he could make a late decision inany direction. i got no feelings one way or the other from this interview. i think he is wide open.
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I just don't get these recruits.
He is committed to Auburn, he says, but whether or not he flips depends on how his visits go and indicates official visits are meant for flipping? (If I understand him correctly).
The verbal commitment means nothing. They need to do away with it and have an early signing period and the one in February. Those who love a school enough will commit and sign early, or else risk losing their spot at the end.
Right now recruiting is a joke - a big game kids with expanding egos often play seeking national publicity and adulation sometimes it is used by coaches as an instrument to hurt other teams (e.g., see Saban's antics with Yeldon, Calloway, Cujo and others)
He has stuck with Auburn simply as a means of security. He knows he has a spot here in the SEC with Auburn if he does nothing else, and is basically still free to pick any school he wants that has offered, like Florida, FSU. LSU or Rutgers, etc. Like being engaged to a nice girl but still going on dates to see if he might find a better (prettier, more sexy, richer, etc) fiancee who he can really commit to without any repercussions.
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