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JT Tuimoloau, 5* 2021 DL, Bellevue (Eastside Catholic), WA (Offered 9/22/17)

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  • RaceBannonRaceBannon Posts: 60,032
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    So baseball recruiting is 👍
  • dncdnc Posts: 46,949
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    Gladstone said:

    I can only imagine the depth and breadth of the negative recruiting JTT is hearing right now.


    I miss the days we were worried about negative recruiting from Oregon.
  • Per Fong
    Ohio State holds the 247Sports Crystal Ball advantage for the 6-foot-4, 277-pound Tuimoloau, who also has a keen eye on the likes of Alabama, Oklahoma, Oregon and USC. Player development and NFL Draft potential appear to be the two biggest factors for Tuimoloau regarding his college decision and what the Buckeyes have been able to do with the likes of Joey Bosa, Nick Bosa and most recently Chase Young has Tuimoloau thinking Columbus may be the biggest guarantee to be a Top10 pick regarding his own future.

    The other schools mentioned are pushing hard and Tuimoloau is expected to take his process all the way to the finish line in February.
    GrundleStiltzkinhuskyhooligan
  • TequillaTequilla Posts: 16,141
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    Per Fong
    Ohio State holds the 247Sports Crystal Ball advantage for the 6-foot-4, 277-pound Tuimoloau, who also has a keen eye on the likes of Alabama, Oklahoma, Oregon and USC. Player development and NFL Draft potential appear to be the two biggest factors for Tuimoloau regarding his college decision and what the Buckeyes have been able to do with the likes of Joey Bosa, Nick Bosa and most recently Chase Young has Tuimoloau thinking Columbus may be the biggest guarantee to be a Top10 pick regarding his own future.

    The other schools mentioned are pushing hard and Tuimoloau is expected to take his process all the way to the finish line in February.

    Blown

    The

    Fuck

    Out
    guntlovePawgDawggodawgst
  • Malloe gets demoted to mid-tier recruiter if he loses this one.

    This was his one job over the last 2 years
    guntloveCFetters_Nacho_Loverdirtysouwfdawg
  • rodmansragerodmansrage Posts: 2,861
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    Per Fong
    Ohio State holds the 247Sports Crystal Ball advantage for the 6-foot-4, 277-pound Tuimoloau, who also has a keen eye on the likes of Alabama, Oklahoma, Oregon and USC. Player development and NFL Draft potential appear to be the two biggest factors for Tuimoloau regarding his college decision and what the Buckeyes have been able to do with the likes of Joey Bosa, Nick Bosa and most recently Chase Young has Tuimoloau thinking Columbus may be the biggest guarantee to be a Top10 pick regarding his own future.

    The other schools mentioned are pushing hard and Tuimoloau is expected to take his process all the way to the finish line in February.

    is JT going to be a DE?
  • RoadDawg55RoadDawg55 Posts: 25,856
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    Per Fong
    Ohio State holds the 247Sports Crystal Ball advantage for the 6-foot-4, 277-pound Tuimoloau, who also has a keen eye on the likes of Alabama, Oklahoma, Oregon and USC. Player development and NFL Draft potential appear to be the two biggest factors for Tuimoloau regarding his college decision and what the Buckeyes have been able to do with the likes of Joey Bosa, Nick Bosa and most recently Chase Young has Tuimoloau thinking Columbus may be the biggest guarantee to be a Top10 pick regarding his own future.

    The other schools mentioned are pushing hard and Tuimoloau is expected to take his process all the way to the finish line in February.

    is JT going to be a DE?
    He’s a DT, but I bet he’s being told he will play DE. And he might for a year until he moves inside for a starting role.
    TequilladncguntloveCFetters_Nacho_LoverGladstoneAtomicDawg
  • TequillaTequilla Posts: 16,141
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    Per Fong
    Ohio State holds the 247Sports Crystal Ball advantage for the 6-foot-4, 277-pound Tuimoloau, who also has a keen eye on the likes of Alabama, Oklahoma, Oregon and USC. Player development and NFL Draft potential appear to be the two biggest factors for Tuimoloau regarding his college decision and what the Buckeyes have been able to do with the likes of Joey Bosa, Nick Bosa and most recently Chase Young has Tuimoloau thinking Columbus may be the biggest guarantee to be a Top10 pick regarding his own future.

    The other schools mentioned are pushing hard and Tuimoloau is expected to take his process all the way to the finish line in February.

    is JT going to be a DE?
    He’s a DT, but I bet he’s being told he will play DE. And he might for a year until he moves inside for a starting role.
    That has nothing to do with it

    The recruiting message is a mix of 1) can you win a national championship at this school and 2) track record of producing highly drafted DL

    People recruiting against Washington here have done a good job of proving that you can't win a National Championship at Washington (each school ahead of UW has a good argument to make as to why they are a better option to win a Natty) and stronger track record of developing high end players (could argue that Oklahoma doesn't on the DL but I don't think that they are a huge contender)
  • Tequilla said:

    Per Fong
    Ohio State holds the 247Sports Crystal Ball advantage for the 6-foot-4, 277-pound Tuimoloau, who also has a keen eye on the likes of Alabama, Oklahoma, Oregon and USC. Player development and NFL Draft potential appear to be the two biggest factors for Tuimoloau regarding his college decision and what the Buckeyes have been able to do with the likes of Joey Bosa, Nick Bosa and most recently Chase Young has Tuimoloau thinking Columbus may be the biggest guarantee to be a Top10 pick regarding his own future.

    The other schools mentioned are pushing hard and Tuimoloau is expected to take his process all the way to the finish line in February.

    is JT going to be a DE?
    He’s a DT, but I bet he’s being told he will play DE. And he might for a year until he moves inside for a starting role.
    That has nothing to do with it

    The recruiting message is a mix of 1) can you win a national championship at this school and 2) track record of producing highly drafted DL

    People recruiting against Washington here have done a good job of proving that you can't win a National Championship at Washington (each school ahead of UW has a good argument to make as to why they are a better option to win a Natty) and stronger track record of developing high end players (could argue that Oklahoma doesn't on the DL but I don't think that they are a huge contender)
    If you're saying this about Ohio State and Alabama, fine. But not USC or Oregon.

    And even if those things are all true it is still a massive fuckup to not get JTT on board at UW. That being said, I still think he commits to UW.
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  • dncdnc Posts: 46,949
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    Tequilla said:

    Per Fong
    Ohio State holds the 247Sports Crystal Ball advantage for the 6-foot-4, 277-pound Tuimoloau, who also has a keen eye on the likes of Alabama, Oklahoma, Oregon and USC. Player development and NFL Draft potential appear to be the two biggest factors for Tuimoloau regarding his college decision and what the Buckeyes have been able to do with the likes of Joey Bosa, Nick Bosa and most recently Chase Young has Tuimoloau thinking Columbus may be the biggest guarantee to be a Top10 pick regarding his own future.

    The other schools mentioned are pushing hard and Tuimoloau is expected to take his process all the way to the finish line in February.

    is JT going to be a DE?
    He’s a DT, but I bet he’s being told he will play DE. And he might for a year until he moves inside for a starting role.
    That has nothing to do with it

    The recruiting message is a mix of 1) can you win a national championship at this school and 2) track record of producing highly drafted DL

    People recruiting against Washington here have done a good job of proving that you can't win a National Championship at Washington (each school ahead of UW has a good argument to make as to why they are a better option to win a Natty) and stronger track record of developing high end players (could argue that Oklahoma doesn't on the DL but I don't think that they are a huge contender)
    If you're saying this about Ohio State and Alabama, fine. But not USC or Oregon.

    And even if those things are all true it is still a massive fuckup to not get JTT on board at UW. That being said, I still think he commits to UW.
    ATBSJBS
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  • TequillaTequilla Posts: 16,141
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    Tequilla said:

    Per Fong
    Ohio State holds the 247Sports Crystal Ball advantage for the 6-foot-4, 277-pound Tuimoloau, who also has a keen eye on the likes of Alabama, Oklahoma, Oregon and USC. Player development and NFL Draft potential appear to be the two biggest factors for Tuimoloau regarding his college decision and what the Buckeyes have been able to do with the likes of Joey Bosa, Nick Bosa and most recently Chase Young has Tuimoloau thinking Columbus may be the biggest guarantee to be a Top10 pick regarding his own future.

    The other schools mentioned are pushing hard and Tuimoloau is expected to take his process all the way to the finish line in February.

    is JT going to be a DE?
    He’s a DT, but I bet he’s being told he will play DE. And he might for a year until he moves inside for a starting role.
    That has nothing to do with it

    The recruiting message is a mix of 1) can you win a national championship at this school and 2) track record of producing highly drafted DL

    People recruiting against Washington here have done a good job of proving that you can't win a National Championship at Washington (each school ahead of UW has a good argument to make as to why they are a better option to win a Natty) and stronger track record of developing high end players (could argue that Oklahoma doesn't on the DL but I don't think that they are a huge contender)
    Agree. Wasn’t saying that is the reason he might not come to UW. At the same time, they are telling him he can be the next Chase Young or Bosa bro. Still not sold he’s leaving tho.
    I would start lowering expectations
  • dncdnc Posts: 46,949
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    Tequilla said:

    Tequilla said:

    Per Fong
    Ohio State holds the 247Sports Crystal Ball advantage for the 6-foot-4, 277-pound Tuimoloau, who also has a keen eye on the likes of Alabama, Oklahoma, Oregon and USC. Player development and NFL Draft potential appear to be the two biggest factors for Tuimoloau regarding his college decision and what the Buckeyes have been able to do with the likes of Joey Bosa, Nick Bosa and most recently Chase Young has Tuimoloau thinking Columbus may be the biggest guarantee to be a Top10 pick regarding his own future.

    The other schools mentioned are pushing hard and Tuimoloau is expected to take his process all the way to the finish line in February.

    is JT going to be a DE?
    He’s a DT, but I bet he’s being told he will play DE. And he might for a year until he moves inside for a starting role.
    That has nothing to do with it

    The recruiting message is a mix of 1) can you win a national championship at this school and 2) track record of producing highly drafted DL

    People recruiting against Washington here have done a good job of proving that you can't win a National Championship at Washington (each school ahead of UW has a good argument to make as to why they are a better option to win a Natty) and stronger track record of developing high end players (could argue that Oklahoma doesn't on the DL but I don't think that they are a huge contender)
    Agree. Wasn’t saying that is the reason he might not come to UW. At the same time, they are telling him he can be the next Chase Young or Bosa bro. Still not sold he’s leaving tho.
    I would start lowering expectations
    DPOTD!
  • RaceBannonRaceBannon Posts: 60,032
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    JT is going to Ohio State

    Real talk
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  • EmotermanEmoterman Posts: 2,491
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    Tequilla said:

    Per Fong
    Ohio State holds the 247Sports Crystal Ball advantage for the 6-foot-4, 277-pound Tuimoloau, who also has a keen eye on the likes of Alabama, Oklahoma, Oregon and USC. Player development and NFL Draft potential appear to be the two biggest factors for Tuimoloau regarding his college decision and what the Buckeyes have been able to do with the likes of Joey Bosa, Nick Bosa and most recently Chase Young has Tuimoloau thinking Columbus may be the biggest guarantee to be a Top10 pick regarding his own future.

    The other schools mentioned are pushing hard and Tuimoloau is expected to take his process all the way to the finish line in February.

    Blown

    The

    Fuck

    Out

    GrundleStiltzkinBad_MotherDuckerhuskyhooliganEsophagealFeces
  • TequillaTequilla Posts: 16,141
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    dnc said:

    Tequilla said:

    Tequilla said:

    Per Fong
    Ohio State holds the 247Sports Crystal Ball advantage for the 6-foot-4, 277-pound Tuimoloau, who also has a keen eye on the likes of Alabama, Oklahoma, Oregon and USC. Player development and NFL Draft potential appear to be the two biggest factors for Tuimoloau regarding his college decision and what the Buckeyes have been able to do with the likes of Joey Bosa, Nick Bosa and most recently Chase Young has Tuimoloau thinking Columbus may be the biggest guarantee to be a Top10 pick regarding his own future.

    The other schools mentioned are pushing hard and Tuimoloau is expected to take his process all the way to the finish line in February.

    is JT going to be a DE?
    He’s a DT, but I bet he’s being told he will play DE. And he might for a year until he moves inside for a starting role.
    That has nothing to do with it

    The recruiting message is a mix of 1) can you win a national championship at this school and 2) track record of producing highly drafted DL

    People recruiting against Washington here have done a good job of proving that you can't win a National Championship at Washington (each school ahead of UW has a good argument to make as to why they are a better option to win a Natty) and stronger track record of developing high end players (could argue that Oklahoma doesn't on the DL but I don't think that they are a huge contender)
    Agree. Wasn’t saying that is the reason he might not come to UW. At the same time, they are telling him he can be the next Chase Young or Bosa bro. Still not sold he’s leaving tho.
    I would start lowering expectations
    DPOTD!
    Is it? Or is it being realistic about what reality is right now?
  • dOgmasterdOgmaster Posts: 246
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    Rolled some bones, twice to be sure. I think they say that he stays in conference, but goes to Oregon.
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