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Only 2 things I am afraid of, women and the police. Gator McClusky
Remember: If The Jury Box Is Stacked With Foxes...The Chickin Is Always Guilty
#1: Leonard Williams, I really like him better than Goldman.
#2: Eddie Goldman, position of need
#3: Avery Young, position of need. [though I do like the 3/4 guys we already have on the OLine]
Jaquay Williams. This kid will be special.
Cassanova McKinzy. The guy will compete for starting spot by his second year. I think he could be great in our system. Also he is an Auburn guy for a long time prior and my favorite recruit this year.
This post was edited by JBONDWDE 2 years ago
Any recruit that is "ALL IN" is good with me.
Already got the one i want most. Jovon Robinson
Goldman! Darby's a close second.
Kwon Alexander...we need some speed and size at lb.
And he's "in state" talent.
This post was edited by ezwaffles 2 years ago
Although any of the 5 stars would be nice, I am going to go with our weakest spot.....LB....and say:
Leonard Williams. Saw this kid at the Under Armour game and he is a beast.
Guys, the sun will shine on Thursday, I promise. It's time for Chizik to earn his pay. You have 2012 to make your case for your worthiness.
War Eagle and enjoy your week......
Pamela Anderson; she would be a great team player.
Easy....GOLDMAN....And the most under rated 3 star recruit in America...who I think will choose Auburn tonight....MOORE....This kid is going to be a household name before his career is over at Auburn!
If you have to ask why I love Auburn so much...never mind
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