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    BallzBallz Member Posts: 4,735
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    DJDuck said:

    Funny how you set up the variable of “RIGHT NOW” but now want to talk about an unknowable future. You are completely illogical.

    What's happening in the present directly effects what happens in the future. If it looks like Oregon won't get a 4-star signee at a bunch of positions in this class right now, that's not gonna change in the future. The 2020 class is not deep out West. It's slim pickings. UW's class won't blow anybody anyway nationally but it will be better than Oregon's.
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    DJDuck said:

    lawsandl said:

    lawsandl said:

    Ducks going hard after those "hidden gems" lol. They lose six lineman after this season and have to try to load up on "hidden gem" recruits to replace them. Must suck knowing UW can get this kid anytime they want. Not a lot of O-line talent in the state of Oregon this cycle. They have to come up here and try to take whatever scraps UW leaves behind.

    Hidden gems??? Oregon shows some interest and all of sudden they are chasing underrated recruits? Let me know when Oregon gives this kid an official visit. Until then Oregon is recruiting Rosengarten, Fryar, Hatcher and Harper. Last I check all 4 took official visits to other good schools.
    Recruiting and signing guys are two different things. None of those guys are going to Oregon. Oregon is recruiting all the obvious elite kids just like everybody else. But you can see them lining up their "hidden gem" guys for when they inevitably whiff on all their top O-line targets.

    Oregon ain't Bama. They can't recruit elite lineman from around the nation like Bama can and out West, most of the elite O-line recruits care about academics which puts Oregon at a disadvantage. It really doesn't matter that Cristobal is a blow hard O-line coach as a head coach. He will struggle consistently recruiting quality O-lineman at Oregon. That's why having an O-line coach and developer of talent like Greatwood was so important for Oregon's success during your golden era. Mario got demoted at Bama so he's not the O-line coach he's hyped up to be. He's an idiot meat head who sacrifices athleticism for size. On top of that, your actual O-line coach is a total nobody and looks like an elf.
    Mirabal developed at Marshall and they were always a leader in sacks given up. Pass pro has improved under him. Between Cristobal and Mirabal, they work well together.

    Also, getting Sewell, Tauanu’u, and Aumavue-Laulu along with Jaramillo and Jones is an excellent haul. We’ll see where Rosengarten winds up.

    Lastly, Oregon looks good for Harper and Rosengarten as well as Jeffers. I am sure Cristobal will put together a good haul.
    So they gave up the most sacks? Got it.

    Seriously though, Mirabal is a nobody. I don't think he's the kinda guy who can instill toughness in an O-line long term and I don't think he can recruit. Cristobal did all the heavy lifting for him last class and still could only get one legit Freshman for O-line in Jonah T. That's not enough.

    O-line require depth. 2-3 good recruits in his first two classes isn't gonna cut it.

    Oregon needs to replenish their O-line depth in the worst way and they won't be doing it with a lot of elite recruits. Better find and develop those hidden gems!

    Also, if Mase Funa takes that 2-year mission he'll never play a down for Oregon. He'll go play somewhere else after his mission. Probably USC if they want him. Decommit U.

    Also, rumors swirling Jonah T is next to transfer portal to SC. Probably after the season when SC has a scholarship available for him. The transfer portal is gonna fuck Oregon. So many soft commits conned into signing with Oregon and then having buyer's remorse soon after. Now they can just put themselves back on the market and be recruited all over again.
    He’s making the decision after his Freshman year. Try reading an article before you fart.
    That sounded racist man.
    For Oregon, it's about getting kids to commit based on the emotional high of a visit. Especially with the way Oregon's entire football staff suck these kids off during their visits. I can imagine it's quite intoxicating during their visits and makes them feel special. However, the reality is, once they sign with Oregon and get on campus, all that love and emotional high isn't there anymore. Oregon presents this mirage during their visits for kids and it's not at all the reality of day to day life in Eugene. So kids get on campus and are like "this shit isn't nearly as fun as I thought it would be. Eugene fucking sucks. I want to go home."
    And Seattle is better? It’s the 2nd biggest shit hole city on the west coast behind San Francisco. Seattle and Portland both have that sweet smell of shit and urine when you stroll downtown. The only difference is that Seattle is bigger and has a little more smog to hold that smell in.
    Eugene has problems but..............

    “Seattle is Dying”

    https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=bpAi70WWBlw
    Typical bleeding heart liberal Seattle local news. Everything is a blown out of proportion. Everything is a disaster. Seattle only continues to grow and yet they want to focus on the homeless junkies and say the city is dying because of the homeless people? Melodramatic bullshit. Most of those people are homeless because they're drug addicts and their addiction has consumed their lives. Not because there's no job opportunities. Eugene has all the drug addicts minus all the things that make Seattle great.

    Some people don't realize how good we got it here compared to L.A., Miami, New York, Chicago, etc. Like I said, Seattle is one of the best big cities in the world. What the fuck does Eugene have to offer? Nothing.

    The state of Washington was just ranked the best state in the country based on a multitude of categories.

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    BallzBallz Member Posts: 4,735
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    DJDuck said:

    lawsandl said:

    lawsandl said:

    lawsandl said:

    lawsandl said:

    Ducks going hard after those "hidden gems" lol. They lose six lineman after this season and have to try to load up on "hidden gem" recruits to replace them. Must suck knowing UW can get this kid anytime they want. Not a lot of O-line talent in the state of Oregon this cycle. They have to come up here and try to take whatever scraps UW leaves behind.

    Hidden gems??? Oregon shows some interest and all of sudden they are chasing underrated recruits? Let me know when Oregon gives this kid an official visit. Until then Oregon is recruiting Rosengarten, Fryar, Hatcher and Harper. Last I check all 4 took official visits to other good schools.
    Recruiting and signing guys are two different things. None of those guys are going to Oregon. Oregon is recruiting all the obvious elite kids just like everybody else. But you can see them lining up their "hidden gem" guys for when they inevitably whiff on all their top O-line targets.

    Oregon ain't Bama. They can't recruit elite lineman from around the nation like Bama can and out West, most of the elite O-line recruits care about academics which puts Oregon at a disadvantage. It really doesn't matter that Cristobal is a blow hard O-line coach as a head coach. He will struggle consistently recruiting quality O-lineman at Oregon. That's why having an O-line coach and developer of talent like Greatwood was so important for Oregon's success during your golden era. Mario got demoted at Bama so he's not the O-line coach he's hyped up to be. He's an idiot meat head who sacrifices athleticism for size. On top of that, your actual O-line coach is a total nobody and looks like an elf.
    Mirabal developed at Marshall and they were always a leader in sacks given up. Pass pro has improved under him. Between Cristobal and Mirabal, they work well together.

    Also, getting Sewell, Tauanu’u, and Aumavue-Laulu along with Jaramillo and Jones is an excellent haul. We’ll see where Rosengarten winds up.

    Lastly, Oregon looks good for Harper and Rosengarten as well as Jeffers. I am sure Cristobal will put together a good haul.
    So they gave up the most sacks? Got it.

    Seriously though, Mirabal is a nobody. I don't think he's the kinda guy who can instill toughness in an O-line long term and I don't think he can recruit. Cristobal did all the heavy lifting for him last class and still could only get one legit Freshman for O-line in Jonah T. That's not enough.

    O-line require depth. 2-3 good recruits in his first two classes isn't gonna cut it.

    Oregon needs to replenish their O-line depth in the worst way and they won't be doing it with a lot of elite recruits. Better find and develop those hidden gems!

    Also, if Mase Funa takes that 2-year mission he'll never play a down for Oregon. He'll go play somewhere else after his mission. Probably USC if they want him. Decommit U.

    Also, rumors swirling Jonah T is next to transfer portal to SC. Probably after the season when SC has a scholarship available for him. The transfer portal is gonna fuck Oregon. So many soft commits conned into signing with Oregon and then having buyer's remorse soon after. Now they can just put themselves back on the market and be recruited all over again.
    He’s making the decision after his Freshman year. Try reading an article before you fart.
    It doesn't matter. He's not playing as a true Freshman due to the knee injury and being an out of shape fat ass. He'll redshirt. If he goes on a mission, that'll give him two years to watch Oregon remain mediocre. After his mission he's free to go wherever he wants and play immediately. He'll either go to USC or he'll be so fat and out of shape that Oregon won't even want him to come back. Like I said, if he takes that mission, he ain't doing shit at Oregon ever.
    All your assessments depend on fortune telling and predicated in the worst possible scenario. You don’t hedge against this or live in world of probability but in an all or nothing world. Who gives a shit if Mase comes in as a fat ass and then leaves? It’s actually a good scenario. If he’s a badass he stays if not he has to earn his his schollie again. Likewise, linebacker and DL depth are in good shape.

    As for OL, if Jonah is on campus for a year and wants to be at USC, so be it. The nice thing about the portal is it goes both ways. Cristobal will fill spots and get good players.


    Oh sure. I'm sure you really think Oregon losing their highest rated LB commit ever and one of their top-3 OL signees since Helfrich wouldn't be a big deal. Do you see Oregon lighting it up in recruiting right now? Do you really think they can just easily replace those guys with equal or better talent down the road if they don't pan out and end up elsewhere? They won't.
    Mase isn’t a linebacker. I also think Oregon gets Noah Sewell and has a bright future at LB.

    Mase ends up at DL. I am not sure what will go into his decision to take a mission but like many before him, future NFL potential will be a big factor. If he has that, I am sure that will be manifest itself.

    As for Jonah, I obviously prefer he stick. That being said, I see boom or bust. I think the kid has some growing up to do. If he does that, he’s got all the talent in the world. I can’t imagine an elite talent wanting to wait a year to play.
    Sewell 260+ and he gunna get bigger. If he’s a LBer he gunna have an awfully tough time trying to cover and play in space.
    I think Sewell will be fine. The kid has talent and he is athletic.

    https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=fDhLtTWRGtc
    I'm sure he'll be a fine undersized defensive lineman.
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    DJDuckDJDuck Member Posts: 5,970
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    He will not be a defensive lineman.

    He is the nations #2 ILB according to rivals. I don’t know to what extent but he WILL carry the ball for Oregon on occasion also.
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    DJDuck said:

    Funny how you set up the variable of “RIGHT NOW” but now want to talk about an unknowable future. You are completely illogical.

    What's happening in the present directly effects what happens in the future. If it looks like Oregon won't get a 4-star signee at a bunch of positions in this class right now, that's not gonna change in the future. The 2020 class is not deep out West. It's slim pickings. UW's class won't blow anybody anyway nationally but it will be better than Oregon's.
    Oregon will get plenty of 4 stars.
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    edited June 2019
    DJDuck said:

    He will not be a defensive lineman.

    He is the nations #2 ILB according to rivals. I don’t know to what extent but he WILL carry the ball for Oregon on occasion also.

    Lol. Sure buddy. 270 pound high school recruits make great college inside linebackers. Oregon is really trying to copy Sark era UW in every possible way? Sewell is a future DT just like Qualls. UW is recruiting guys like Sama Paama and Faatui Tuitele and Jacob Bandes and Tuli Letuligasenoa and Taki Taimani. Oregon is recruiting the next Elijah Qualls. Good for you. Qualls was a good player for us. Sewell will be one of your better D-lineman.

    https://youtu.be/_XlRlG-c-OM
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    lawsandl said:

    DJDuck said:

    Funny how you set up the variable of “RIGHT NOW” but now want to talk about an unknowable future. You are completely illogical.

    What's happening in the present directly effects what happens in the future. If it looks like Oregon won't get a 4-star signee at a bunch of positions in this class right now, that's not gonna change in the future. The 2020 class is not deep out West. It's slim pickings. UW's class won't blow anybody anyway nationally but it will be better than Oregon's.
    Oregon will get plenty of 4 stars.
    Not enough to beat UW any time soon.
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    DJDuck said:

    He will not be a defensive lineman.

    He is the nations #2 ILB according to rivals. I don’t know to what extent but he WILL carry the ball for Oregon on occasion also.

    Lol. Sure buddy. 270 pound high school recruits make great college inside linebackers.
    He ran a sub 4.8 40 time with a sub 4.3 shuttle at 266. I am sure he can play linebacker.
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    BallzBallz Member Posts: 4,735
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    edited June 2019
    lawsandl said:

    DJDuck said:

    He will not be a defensive lineman.

    He is the nations #2 ILB according to rivals. I don’t know to what extent but he WILL carry the ball for Oregon on occasion also.

    Lol. Sure buddy. 270 pound high school recruits make great college inside linebackers.
    He ran a sub 4.8 40 time with a sub 4.3 shuttle at 266. I am sure he can play linebacker.
    He's too big dumb ass. Nobody has ever played inside linebacker at 270 pounds and gaining and been a good player. You wanna make an argument that Noah Sewell is some completely unique player the likes of which the sport of football has never seen before? Good luck. Chunky boy will show up to college weighing 290.
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    lawsandl said:

    DJDuck said:

    He will not be a defensive lineman.

    He is the nations #2 ILB according to rivals. I don’t know to what extent but he WILL carry the ball for Oregon on occasion also.

    Lol. Sure buddy. 270 pound high school recruits make great college inside linebackers.
    He ran a sub 4.8 40 time with a sub 4.3 shuttle at 266. I am sure he can play linebacker.
    He's too big dumb ass. Nobody has ever played inside linebacker at 270 pounds and gaining and been a good player. You wanna make an argument that Noah Sewell is some completely unique player the likes of which the sport of football has never seen before? Good luck. Chunky boy will show up to college weighing 290.
    Lol, there is nothing chunky about him.
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    I would love for Sewell to play DL. If he grows more, he would be a terror at DL.
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    lawsandl said:

    DJDuck said:

    Funny how you set up the variable of “RIGHT NOW” but now want to talk about an unknowable future. You are completely illogical.

    What's happening in the present directly effects what happens in the future. If it looks like Oregon won't get a 4-star signee at a bunch of positions in this class right now, that's not gonna change in the future. The 2020 class is not deep out West. It's slim pickings. UW's class won't blow anybody anyway nationally but it will be better than Oregon's.
    Oregon will get plenty of 4 stars.
    Not enough to beat UW any time soon.
    Lol, like last year.
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    lawsandl said:

    DJDuck said:

    He will not be a defensive lineman.

    He is the nations #2 ILB according to rivals. I don’t know to what extent but he WILL carry the ball for Oregon on occasion also.

    Lol. Sure buddy. 270 pound high school recruits make great college inside linebackers.
    He ran a sub 4.8 40 time with a sub 4.3 shuttle at 266. I am sure he can play linebacker.
    He's too big dumb ass. Nobody has ever played inside linebacker at 270 pounds and gaining and been a good player. You wanna make an argument that Noah Sewell is some completely unique player the likes of which the sport of football has never seen before? Good luck. Chunky boy will show up to college weighing 290.
    You’ve been fuckin the Strawman. No one ever claimed. Some of the things you are claiming.
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    DJDuckDJDuck Member Posts: 5,970
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    So we have to jot down SAC for predicting Noah Sewell will never play linebacker. Got it.


    https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=uebE4xZYM68
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    backthepackbackthepack Member Posts: 19,800
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    lawsandl said:

    lawsandl said:

    Ducks going hard after those "hidden gems" lol. They lose six lineman after this season and have to try to load up on "hidden gem" recruits to replace them. Must suck knowing UW can get this kid anytime they want. Not a lot of O-line talent in the state of Oregon this cycle. They have to come up here and try to take whatever scraps UW leaves behind.

    Hidden gems??? Oregon shows some interest and all of sudden they are chasing underrated recruits? Let me know when Oregon gives this kid an official visit. Until then Oregon is recruiting Rosengarten, Fryar, Hatcher and Harper. Last I check all 4 took official visits to other good schools.
    Recruiting and signing guys are two different things. None of those guys are going to Oregon. Oregon is recruiting all the obvious elite kids just like everybody else. But you can see them lining up their "hidden gem" guys for when they inevitably whiff on all their top O-line targets.

    Oregon ain't Bama. They can't recruit elite lineman from around the nation like Bama can and out West, most of the elite O-line recruits care about academics which puts Oregon at a disadvantage. It really doesn't matter that Cristobal is a blow hard O-line coach as a head coach. He will struggle consistently recruiting quality O-lineman at Oregon. That's why having an O-line coach and developer of talent like Greatwood was so important for Oregon's success during your golden era. Mario got demoted at Bama so he's not the O-line coach he's hyped up to be. He's an idiot meat head who sacrifices athleticism for size. On top of that, your actual O-line coach is a total nobody and looks like an elf.
    Mirabal developed at Marshall and they were always a leader in sacks given up. Pass pro has improved under him. Between Cristobal and Mirabal, they work well together.

    Also, getting Sewell, Tauanu’u, and Aumavue-Laulu along with Jaramillo and Jones is an excellent haul. We’ll see where Rosengarten winds up.

    Lastly, Oregon looks good for Harper and Rosengarten as well as Jeffers. I am sure Cristobal will put together a good haul.
    So they gave up the most sacks? Got it.

    Seriously though, Mirabal is a nobody. I don't think he's the kinda guy who can instill toughness in an O-line long term and I don't think he can recruit. Cristobal did all the heavy lifting for him last class and still could only get one legit Freshman for O-line in Jonah T. That's not enough.

    O-line require depth. 2-3 good recruits in his first two classes isn't gonna cut it.

    Oregon needs to replenish their O-line depth in the worst way and they won't be doing it with a lot of elite recruits. Better find and develop those hidden gems!

    Also, if Mase Funa takes that 2-year mission he'll never play a down for Oregon. He'll go play somewhere else after his mission. Probably USC if they want him. Decommit U.

    Also, rumors swirling Jonah T is next to transfer portal to SC. Probably after the season when SC has a scholarship available for him. The transfer portal is gonna fuck Oregon. So many soft commits conned into signing with Oregon and then having buyer's remorse soon after. Now they can just put themselves back on the market and be recruited all over again.
    He’s making the decision after his Freshman year. Try reading an article before you fart.
    That sounded racist man.
    For Oregon, it's about getting kids to commit based on the emotional high of a visit. Especially with the way Oregon's entire football staff suck these kids off during their visits. I can imagine it's quite intoxicating during their visits and makes them feel special. However, the reality is, once they sign with Oregon and get on campus, all that love and emotional high isn't there anymore. Oregon presents this mirage during their visits for kids and it's not at all the reality of day to day life in Eugene. So kids get on campus and are like "this shit isn't nearly as fun as I thought it would be. Eugene fucking sucks. I want to go home."
    And Seattle is better? It’s the 2nd biggest shit hole city on the west coast behind San Francisco. Seattle and Portland both have that sweet smell of shit and urine when you stroll downtown. The only difference is that Seattle is bigger and has a little more smog to hold that smell in.
    Duh Downtown and Sodo suck because nothing is fucking there. The neighborhoods and surrounding areas are dope asf tho
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    DJDuck said:

    lawsandl said:

    lawsandl said:

    lawsandl said:

    lawsandl said:

    Ducks going hard after those "hidden gems" lol. They lose six lineman after this season and have to try to load up on "hidden gem" recruits to replace them. Must suck knowing UW can get this kid anytime they want. Not a lot of O-line talent in the state of Oregon this cycle. They have to come up here and try to take whatever scraps UW leaves behind.

    Hidden gems??? Oregon shows some interest and all of sudden they are chasing underrated recruits? Let me know when Oregon gives this kid an official visit. Until then Oregon is recruiting Rosengarten, Fryar, Hatcher and Harper. Last I check all 4 took official visits to other good schools.
    Recruiting and signing guys are two different things. None of those guys are going to Oregon. Oregon is recruiting all the obvious elite kids just like everybody else. But you can see them lining up their "hidden gem" guys for when they inevitably whiff on all their top O-line targets.

    Oregon ain't Bama. They can't recruit elite lineman from around the nation like Bama can and out West, most of the elite O-line recruits care about academics which puts Oregon at a disadvantage. It really doesn't matter that Cristobal is a blow hard O-line coach as a head coach. He will struggle consistently recruiting quality O-lineman at Oregon. That's why having an O-line coach and developer of talent like Greatwood was so important for Oregon's success during your golden era. Mario got demoted at Bama so he's not the O-line coach he's hyped up to be. He's an idiot meat head who sacrifices athleticism for size. On top of that, your actual O-line coach is a total nobody and looks like an elf.
    Mirabal developed at Marshall and they were always a leader in sacks given up. Pass pro has improved under him. Between Cristobal and Mirabal, they work well together.

    Also, getting Sewell, Tauanu’u, and Aumavue-Laulu along with Jaramillo and Jones is an excellent haul. We’ll see where Rosengarten winds up.

    Lastly, Oregon looks good for Harper and Rosengarten as well as Jeffers. I am sure Cristobal will put together a good haul.
    So they gave up the most sacks? Got it.

    Seriously though, Mirabal is a nobody. I don't think he's the kinda guy who can instill toughness in an O-line long term and I don't think he can recruit. Cristobal did all the heavy lifting for him last class and still could only get one legit Freshman for O-line in Jonah T. That's not enough.

    O-line require depth. 2-3 good recruits in his first two classes isn't gonna cut it.

    Oregon needs to replenish their O-line depth in the worst way and they won't be doing it with a lot of elite recruits. Better find and develop those hidden gems!

    Also, if Mase Funa takes that 2-year mission he'll never play a down for Oregon. He'll go play somewhere else after his mission. Probably USC if they want him. Decommit U.

    Also, rumors swirling Jonah T is next to transfer portal to SC. Probably after the season when SC has a scholarship available for him. The transfer portal is gonna fuck Oregon. So many soft commits conned into signing with Oregon and then having buyer's remorse soon after. Now they can just put themselves back on the market and be recruited all over again.
    He’s making the decision after his Freshman year. Try reading an article before you fart.
    It doesn't matter. He's not playing as a true Freshman due to the knee injury and being an out of shape fat ass. He'll redshirt. If he goes on a mission, that'll give him two years to watch Oregon remain mediocre. After his mission he's free to go wherever he wants and play immediately. He'll either go to USC or he'll be so fat and out of shape that Oregon won't even want him to come back. Like I said, if he takes that mission, he ain't doing shit at Oregon ever.
    All your assessments depend on fortune telling and predicated in the worst possible scenario. You don’t hedge against this or live in world of probability but in an all or nothing world. Who gives a shit if Mase comes in as a fat ass and then leaves? It’s actually a good scenario. If he’s a badass he stays if not he has to earn his his schollie again. Likewise, linebacker and DL depth are in good shape.

    As for OL, if Jonah is on campus for a year and wants to be at USC, so be it. The nice thing about the portal is it goes both ways. Cristobal will fill spots and get good players.


    Oh sure. I'm sure you really think Oregon losing their highest rated LB commit ever and one of their top-3 OL signees since Helfrich wouldn't be a big deal. Do you see Oregon lighting it up in recruiting right now? Do you really think they can just easily replace those guys with equal or better talent down the road if they don't pan out and end up elsewhere? They won't.
    Mase isn’t a linebacker. I also think Oregon gets Noah Sewell and has a bright future at LB.

    Mase ends up at DL. I am not sure what will go into his decision to take a mission but like many before him, future NFL potential will be a big factor. If he has that, I am sure that will be manifest itself.

    As for Jonah, I obviously prefer he stick. That being said, I see boom or bust. I think the kid has some growing up to do. If he does that, he’s got all the talent in the world. I can’t imagine an elite talent wanting to wait a year to play.
    Sewell 260+ and he gunna get bigger. If he’s a LBer he gunna have an awfully tough time trying to cover and play in space.
    I think Sewell will be fine. The kid has talent and he is athletic.

    https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=fDhLtTWRGtc
    It’s almost like no one can ever play MLB in today’s game at 270 and growing.
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    lawsandl said:

    DJDuck said:

    He will not be a defensive lineman.

    He is the nations #2 ILB according to rivals. I don’t know to what extent but he WILL carry the ball for Oregon on occasion also.

    Lol. Sure buddy. 270 pound high school recruits make great college inside linebackers.
    He ran a sub 4.8 40 time with a sub 4.3 shuttle at 266. I am sure he can play linebacker.
    You really think he’ll be able to matchup with RBs or TEs fuck no
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    lawsandl said:

    DJDuck said:

    He will not be a defensive lineman.

    He is the nations #2 ILB according to rivals. I don’t know to what extent but he WILL carry the ball for Oregon on occasion also.

    Lol. Sure buddy. 270 pound high school recruits make great college inside linebackers.
    He ran a sub 4.8 40 time with a sub 4.3 shuttle at 266. I am sure he can play linebacker.
    You really think he’ll be able to matchup with RBs or TEs fuck no
    There are a lot of RBs that run similar 40 and shuttle turns as Sewell. Most TE won’t be faster. The reality is TEs and RBs should always be a one on one matchup advantage against TEs and RBs. However, Sewell is so instinctive and quick that he could absolutely cover the flats and zones.
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