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Tuesday
Feb012005

Letter Of Intent Day Tomorrow

The recruiting geeks everywhere are taking work off and filling the message boards and chat rooms.

Me, I'll be at work like normal.  Not that I don't have at least thoughts of 1)ditching work for anything or 2)ditching work for psychotic following of the recruiting news.  But alas, it is not to be.

What I think we'll do on here, is generate some lists of the recruiting classes of prominent schools, for posterity's sake, so that we can look back at them later, maybe throw up some class rankings, and maybe even tonight name some names of prominent recruits to watch.

Nothing fancy, hopefully you aren't disappointed.  Or maybe I come up with a better idea at the last moment and we have a little more fun.  But no promises.

Personally, I don't see a Reggie Bush out there in this year's class, so it's not as exciting.  And certainly no fabled twosome of Ted Ginn Jr. and Adrian Peterson---but I think college football will survive.

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Reader Comments (2)

You forgot to add Zach Miller... He will redefine the TE position. The Mackey Award will be changed to the Miller-Heap Award.
February 1, 2005 | Unregistered CommenterStephen Kim
An ASU fan stops by to visit! Thank you for our inaugural comment, Stephen.

Zach Miller is very good, but personally, TE's and FB's, those types of offensive players, just don't dominate a game to the extent of a great QB, or great skill player like a receiver or back, on offense.

Tight ends are the baseball catchers of the football world. Needed, useful but on the margins don't really put you over the top on their own merits the way a Ginn or Peterson or Bush can.

ASU's tight end run is impressive with Heap and Miller, as is Miami's. I believe they signed another really good one in this class, too.
February 4, 2005 | Registered CommenterCFR

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