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What ever happened to...

PassionPassion Member Posts: 4,622
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...that 4 or 5-star LB out of Aberdeen (I think) that as a freshman a few years ago was already being talked about as the #1 in-state recruit and future all-world player?
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  • WoofWoof Member Posts: 764
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    Joel Dublanko is a reserve ILB for Cincinnatti. He's played a bit the last 2 years, and I think in line to start next year.

    https://gobearcats.com/roster.aspx?rp_id=7330
    GreenRiverGatorzbackthepack
  • PassionPassion Member Posts: 4,622
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    Joel Dublanko?

    Yep. That’s the guy. I remember all of these people raving that he was going to be the next Ray Lewis.
  • bananasnblondesbananasnblondes Member Posts: 13,422
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    He originally committed to Eastern Michigan or something. Must be doing his rust belt transfer tour
  • AIRWOLFAIRWOLF Member Posts: 1,840
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    He originally committed to Eastern Michigan or something. Must be doing his rust belt transfer tour

    The soul crushing despair of the Rust Belt probably makes it feel like home.
    GrundleStiltzkinhaie
  • RaceBannonRaceBannon Member, Swaye's Wigwam Posts: 84,924
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    AIRWOLF said:

    He originally committed to Eastern Michigan or something. Must be doing his rust belt transfer tour

    The soul crushing despair of the Rust Belt probably makes it feel like home.
    @creepycoug
    YellowSnow
  • creepycougcreepycoug Member Posts: 20,580
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    AIRWOLF said:

    He originally committed to Eastern Michigan or something. Must be doing his rust belt transfer tour

    The soul crushing despair of the Rust Belt probably makes it feel like home.
    @creepycoug
    That Great Lake snow effect shit would kill me. Still, Cincy > Aberdeen.

    Aberdeen was looking for something; the town has seen better days to say the least. Watched him play once and didn't quite see it. When I watched Bruener play, I could see it. In the East / West game his senior year, which I recall was a particularly talent-heavy year for Washington recruits, he dominated. I believe Bledsoe and Lake Dawson were in that class, among others, and the Times described Mark in that game as a "man amongst boys". Kid was a fucking animal. You knew he was the shit. Don't recall any of that hype about Joe.

    I thought he signed with Tennessee, which, hey, good for him, but wasn't surprised at all that he fell off the face of the earth.

    The Bobcats have sent a few more up this way since, but mostly scrubs.

    Apparently, Aberdeen isn't tuff enuff. Other than Jason McEndoo (Cooger) and Todd Bridge from Monte, doesn't seem like the Harb has been particularly productive by way of impact players.

    Sad. Sad, really.
    YellowSnow
  • steelheader2steelheader2 Member Posts: 356
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    Why do you hate Mark Bruener Aberdeen legend? :)

    AIRWOLF said:

    He originally committed to Eastern Michigan or something. Must be doing his rust belt transfer tour

    The soul crushing despair of the Rust Belt probably makes it feel like home.
    @creepycoug
    That Great Lake snow effect shit would kill me. Still, Cincy > Aberdeen.

    Aberdeen was looking for something; the town has seen better days to say the least. Watched him play once and didn't quite see it. When I watched Bruener play, I could see it. In the East / West game his senior year, which I recall was a particularly talent-heavy year for Washington recruits, he dominated. I believe Bledsoe and Lake Dawson were in that class, among others, and the Times described Mark in that game as a "man amongst boys". Kid was a fucking animal. You knew he was the shit. Don't recall any of that hype about Joe.

    I thought he signed with Tennessee, which, hey, good for him, but wasn't surprised at all that he fell off the face of the earth.

    The Bobcats have sent a few more up this way since, but mostly scrubs.

    Apparently, Aberdeen isn't tuff enuff. Other than Jason McEndoo (Cooger) and Todd Bridge from Monte, doesn't seem like the Harb has been particularly productive by way of impact players.

    Sad. Sad, really.
  • steelheader2steelheader2 Member Posts: 356
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    Missed that part, just saw end. My Bad. Carry on.


    Why do you hate Mark Bruener Aberdeen legend? :)


    AIRWOLF said:

    He originally committed to Eastern Michigan or something. Must be doing his rust belt transfer tour

    The soul crushing despair of the Rust Belt probably makes it feel like home.
    @creepycoug
    That Great Lake snow effect shit would kill me. Still, Cincy > Aberdeen.

    Aberdeen was looking for something; the town has seen better days to say the least. Watched him play once and didn't quite see it. When I watched Bruener play, I could see it. In the East / West game his senior year, which I recall was a particularly talent-heavy year for Washington recruits, he dominated. I believe Bledsoe and Lake Dawson were in that class, among others, and the Times described Mark in that game as a "man amongst boys". Kid was a fucking animal. You knew he was the shit. Don't recall any of that hype about Joe.

    I thought he signed with Tennessee, which, hey, good for him, but wasn't surprised at all that he fell off the face of the earth.

    The Bobcats have sent a few more up this way since, but mostly scrubs.

    Apparently, Aberdeen isn't tuff enuff. Other than Jason McEndoo (Cooger) and Todd Bridge from Monte, doesn't seem like the Harb has been particularly productive by way of impact players.

    Sad. Sad, really.
    Most of his post was praising Bruener
    RaceBannoncreepycoug
  • TommySQCTommySQC Member Posts: 5,813
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    UW had another TE from the Deen after Bruener. He was a bust though
    creepycoug
  • Avatarsare4fagsAvatarsare4fags Member Posts: 125
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    Russell was the better Mizin. And the biggest bust out of Aberdeen was ommA Givens.
    TommySQCRubberfistHillsboroDucktheknowledge
  • TommySQCTommySQC Member Posts: 5,813
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    Russell was the better Mizin. And the biggest bust out of Aberdeen was ommA Givens.

    Damn. Haven't heard that name in 15 years
    creepycoug
  • whatshouldicareaboutwhatshouldicareabout Member Posts: 10,220
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    Doogles said:

    What do the Dublanko haters have to say now!


    UW could've used him
    theknowledgecreepycoug
  • GrundleStiltzkinGrundleStiltzkin Member Posts: 57,345
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    This post on the Football Board proves that this type of thing is not confined to the "tug" board.
    creepycoug
  • RaceBannonRaceBannon Member, Swaye's Wigwam Posts: 84,924
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    This post on the Football Board proves that this type of thing is not confined to the "tug" board.

    @Passion
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