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It's sad when you look at the "new targets" offer list this staff considering. When did Auburn start recruiting against Louisiana Tech, Middle Tennessee State, Troy, Akron and Georgia State.
That's probably why there are few comments. This is Sunbelt level players.
sorry I accidentally ommitted New Mexico State and Utah State. Don't want to slight them for their hard work in recruiting.
This post was edited by ColoChiver on 11/2/2012 at 12:30 PM
also, if Adams comes to the Georgia game it's all but assured he won't end up at Auburn next year. One look at the empty stands in the 3rd quarter will seal the deal.
"Auburn is definitely recruiting more junior college prospects now, looking for immediate help next season."
Another reason for this staffs downfall. It took our worst start in 60 years for them to realize they should bring in juco help. They should have signed 5-6 over the past two years when they were whining about youth and inexperience. It's like when pro teams say they are going to build through the draft and refuse to sign a big free agent. All great teams do both. Look at any championship team college or pro the past few years. All of the pro teams added good free agents or made trades. All of the college teams had juco transfers with the exception of Kentucky basketball, but when you are signing five out of the top fifteen prospects every year, it makes juco needs irrelevent.
This is what it looks like when a man makes heaven
come out of his six string
If this staff do get the" Big Fish " they can't develop them. That is the problem CGC can't develop a football team.
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