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Kevonte Henry 4 Star Lawndale HS 2022

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  • HFNYHFNY Member Posts: 3,753
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    HFNY said:

    I know courtney morgan is a good dude and I doog for deboer but why the fuck would a guy committed to a 12-1 playoff team team jump ship for a 4-8 pac 12 team who just hired a mountain west coast. makes no sense unless michigan is giving him the boot.

    Because UW is dope you incel
    I mean I hope he flips here, it just doesn't compute with me
    Seattle> AA hth
    imagine thinking college football players care what city they're in. U of alabama is in Tuscaloosa

    if the girls (or guys) are hot that's all that matters

    Being closer to home makes a lot of things easier. Getting home is cheaper and faster, his family can see him play more in-person in Seattle and when UW plays in LA or in the SF area, and it doesn't hurt that Seattle has an NFL team.

    What does an nfl team have anything to do with choosing a school?
    NFL executives and scouts being close by to check out practices and games rather easily. That certainly doesn't hurt does it?
    CallMeBigErnPasadenaHuskyFan
  • whatshouldicareaboutwhatshouldicareabout Member Posts: 9,650
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    HFNY said:

    HFNY said:

    I know courtney morgan is a good dude and I doog for deboer but why the fuck would a guy committed to a 12-1 playoff team team jump ship for a 4-8 pac 12 team who just hired a mountain west coast. makes no sense unless michigan is giving him the boot.

    Because UW is dope you incel
    I mean I hope he flips here, it just doesn't compute with me
    Seattle> AA hth
    imagine thinking college football players care what city they're in. U of alabama is in Tuscaloosa

    if the girls (or guys) are hot that's all that matters

    Being closer to home makes a lot of things easier. Getting home is cheaper and faster, his family can see him play more in-person in Seattle and when UW plays in LA or in the SF area, and it doesn't hurt that Seattle has an NFL team.

    What does an nfl team have anything to do with choosing a school?
    NFL executives and scouts being close by to check out practices and games rather easily. That certainly doesn't hurt does it?
    Now if only the Seahawks actually drafted any Huskies...
  • HFNYHFNY Member Posts: 3,753
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    They drafted Dissly and BBK and signed Aaron Fuller to the practice squad. They also have Sidney Jones and Eason on the team.

    As for Henry, I hope flips b/c it would be keeping West Coast talent on the the West Coast and you can never have too many pass rushers.
    dnc
  • PasadenaHuskyFanPasadenaHuskyFan Member Posts: 611
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    If this mattered literally at all the following schools would be at some “advantage” for being near nfl teams
    Rutgers
    UNLV
    Georgia State
    Minnesota
    Pitt
    SMU
    Rice
    Boston College
    Temple

    All these programs suck or are mediocre despite being near nfl teams. So I just don’t think it matters. Most elite college football programs are not in big cities (Norman, Tuscaloosa, Tallahassee, Clemson, Ann Arbor, Colombus)
    backthepack
  • theLSkidtheLSkid Member Posts: 224
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    If this mattered literally at all the following schools would be at some “advantage” for being near nfl teams
    Rutgers
    UNLV
    Georgia State
    Minnesota
    Pitt
    SMU
    Rice
    Boston College
    Temple

    All these programs suck or are mediocre despite being near nfl teams. So I just don’t think it matters. Most elite college football programs are not in big cities (Norman, Tuscaloosa, Tallahassee, Clemson, Ann Arbor, Colombus)

    Columbus isn’t a big city lol

    It is the core city of the Columbus, OH Metropolitan Statistical Area, which encompasses ten counties. The metropolitan area has a 2020 population of 2,138,926,

    backthepackMad_SonPasadenaHuskyFanCallMeBigErnIce_Holmvik
  • PasadenaHuskyFanPasadenaHuskyFan Member Posts: 611
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    theLSkid said:

    If this mattered literally at all the following schools would be at some “advantage” for being near nfl teams
    Rutgers
    UNLV
    Georgia State
    Minnesota
    Pitt
    SMU
    Rice
    Boston College
    Temple

    All these programs suck or are mediocre despite being near nfl teams. So I just don’t think it matters. Most elite college football programs are not in big cities (Norman, Tuscaloosa, Tallahassee, Clemson, Ann Arbor, Colombus)

    Columbus isn’t a big city lol

    It is the core city of the Columbus, OH Metropolitan Statistical Area, which encompasses ten counties. The metropolitan area has a 2020 population of 2,138,926,

    wow you really got me. jtt and gee scott must have been lured by the big city lights and superior metropolitan culture of columbus, what an idiot i am. now go fuck yourself
    dncbackthepackGreenRiverGatorztheLSkidIce_HolmvikMad_Son
  • dncdnc Member, Swaye's Wigwam Posts: 53,720
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    theLSkid said:

    If this mattered literally at all the following schools would be at some “advantage” for being near nfl teams
    Rutgers
    UNLV
    Georgia State
    Minnesota
    Pitt
    SMU
    Rice
    Boston College
    Temple

    All these programs suck or are mediocre despite being near nfl teams. So I just don’t think it matters. Most elite college football programs are not in big cities (Norman, Tuscaloosa, Tallahassee, Clemson, Ann Arbor, Colombus)

    Columbus isn’t a big city lol

    It is the core city of the Columbus, OH Metropolitan Statistical Area, which encompasses ten counties. The metropolitan area has a 2020 population of 2,138,926,

    Ten counties? Holy shit. Ten counties is a huge geographical area for one "metro area".
  • whatshouldicareaboutwhatshouldicareabout Member Posts: 9,650
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    dnc said:

    theLSkid said:

    If this mattered literally at all the following schools would be at some “advantage” for being near nfl teams
    Rutgers
    UNLV
    Georgia State
    Minnesota
    Pitt
    SMU
    Rice
    Boston College
    Temple

    All these programs suck or are mediocre despite being near nfl teams. So I just don’t think it matters. Most elite college football programs are not in big cities (Norman, Tuscaloosa, Tallahassee, Clemson, Ann Arbor, Colombus)

    Columbus isn’t a big city lol

    It is the core city of the Columbus, OH Metropolitan Statistical Area, which encompasses ten counties. The metropolitan area has a 2020 population of 2,138,926,

    Ten counties? Holy shit. Ten counties is a huge geographical area for one "metro area".
    The city of Columbus is 914,000 whereas Cleveland is 377,000, Cincinnati is 307,000, and Toledo is 269,000.

    Also, counties are much smaller and more numerous east of the Rockies. There are 88 in OH vs 39 in WA.
    PasadenaHuskyFan
  • theLSkidtheLSkid Member Posts: 224
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    theLSkid said:

    If this mattered literally at all the following schools would be at some “advantage” for being near nfl teams
    Rutgers
    UNLV
    Georgia State
    Minnesota
    Pitt
    SMU
    Rice
    Boston College
    Temple

    All these programs suck or are mediocre despite being near nfl teams. So I just don’t think it matters. Most elite college football programs are not in big cities (Norman, Tuscaloosa, Tallahassee, Clemson, Ann Arbor, Colombus)

    Columbus isn’t a big city lol

    It is the core city of the Columbus, OH Metropolitan Statistical Area, which encompasses ten counties. The metropolitan area has a 2020 population of 2,138,926,

    wow you really got me. jtt and gee scott must have been lured by the big city lights and superior metropolitan culture of columbus, what an idiot i am. now go fuck yourself
    Did I say that? No. I just proved you talk out of your ass ALL of the time. Comparing Clemson to Columbus just proves you’ve never been out of your section 8 housing before, completely different worlds.
    Ohio State gets kids because the people in Columbus fucking care about winning (always have) and they don’t have a bunch of Blue-Hair Head Shaved Dikes walking around talking about toxic masculinity 24/7

    Pasadena is a shithole btw, only place in LA without hot women smh.
    CallMeBigErn
  • theLSkidtheLSkid Member Posts: 224
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    dnc said:

    theLSkid said:

    If this mattered literally at all the following schools would be at some “advantage” for being near nfl teams
    Rutgers
    UNLV
    Georgia State
    Minnesota
    Pitt
    SMU
    Rice
    Boston College
    Temple

    All these programs suck or are mediocre despite being near nfl teams. So I just don’t think it matters. Most elite college football programs are not in big cities (Norman, Tuscaloosa, Tallahassee, Clemson, Ann Arbor, Colombus)

    Columbus isn’t a big city lol

    It is the core city of the Columbus, OH Metropolitan Statistical Area, which encompasses ten counties. The metropolitan area has a 2020 population of 2,138,926,

    Ten counties? Holy shit. Ten counties is a huge geographical area for one "metro area".
    I lived in the metro area of columbus, it is much larger in total area than many west coast metropolitan cities, but it’s built differently there.

    Expansion is easier, they expand out, not up, in the Midwest.



    CFetters_Nacho_Lover
  • UWhuskytskeetUWhuskytskeet Member Posts: 6,862
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    dnc said:

    theLSkid said:

    If this mattered literally at all the following schools would be at some “advantage” for being near nfl teams
    Rutgers
    UNLV
    Georgia State
    Minnesota
    Pitt
    SMU
    Rice
    Boston College
    Temple

    All these programs suck or are mediocre despite being near nfl teams. So I just don’t think it matters. Most elite college football programs are not in big cities (Norman, Tuscaloosa, Tallahassee, Clemson, Ann Arbor, Colombus)

    Columbus isn’t a big city lol

    It is the core city of the Columbus, OH Metropolitan Statistical Area, which encompasses ten counties. The metropolitan area has a 2020 population of 2,138,926,

    Ten counties? Holy shit. Ten counties is a huge geographical area for one "metro area".
    The city of Columbus is 914,000 whereas Cleveland is 377,000, Cincinnati is 307,000, and Toledo is 269,000.

    Also, counties are much smaller and more numerous east of the Rockies. There are 88 in OH vs 39 in WA.
    City populations are meaningless. Boston proper has 684,379 people, Miami has 454,279. Both are multiple times larger than Columbus.
    dnc
  • AlpoAlpo Member, Swaye's Wigwam Posts: 98
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    edited December 2021
    dnc said:

    theLSkid said:

    If this mattered literally at all the following schools would be at some “advantage” for being near nfl teams
    Rutgers
    UNLV
    Georgia State
    Minnesota
    Pitt
    SMU
    Rice
    Boston College
    Temple

    All these programs suck or are mediocre despite being near nfl teams. So I just don’t think it matters. Most elite college football programs are not in big cities (Norman, Tuscaloosa, Tallahassee, Clemson, Ann Arbor, Colombus)

    Columbus isn’t a big city lol

    It is the core city of the Columbus, OH Metropolitan Statistical Area, which encompasses ten counties. The metropolitan area has a 2020 population of 2,138,926,

    Ten counties? Holy shit. Ten counties is a huge geographical area for one "metro area".
    Former Ohio kid here. There are 88 counties in Ohio which is itself a much smaller state than Washington. The counties are relatively tiny compared to those here.

    Thus endeth the (Ohio geography) lesson.
    CFetters_Nacho_LoverCallMeBigErnhuskyhooligan
  • CFetters_Nacho_LoverCFetters_Nacho_Lover Moderator, Swaye's Wigwam Posts: 19,678
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    HTH
  • SourcesSources Member, Swaye's Wigwam Posts: 2,578
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    For what its worth Eklund thinks we are going to flip this kid. Now back to the Midwest Metro Superiority talk.

    damn, thought we had a chance
    theLSkid
  • bananasnblondesbananasnblondes Member, Swaye's Wigwam Posts: 13,133
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    Not signing anywhere Wednesday. Probably dims our chances slightly
  • dncdnc Member, Swaye's Wigwam Posts: 53,720
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    Not signing anywhere Wednesday. Probably dims our chances slightly

    I would think that helps our chances. Probably wasn’t to know who our coaches are gonna be before he decides if he wants to come here.
    NEsnake12digitsbackthepack2girls1applecup
  • bluechipuwrecruitsbluechipuwrecruits Member Posts: 394
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