Monday, July 20, 2009

Grant

Decision coming Thursday at noon at Opelika HS. Listen live here.

15 comments:

  1. Any positive comments coming out of this? Any way he commits to AU?

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  2. I have nothing new except he did not visit either Auburn or Alabama this weekend...

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  3. Don't forget Malzahn's slot position. I think he has way more potential with us.

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  4. He rocks the state and signs with Auburn!!!!! :)

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  5. Beav, so where is all this he is signing with bama talk coming from?

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  6. I mean there is nothing definite but there have been whispers...his father says he does not even know where he will go so I guess there's no way anyone would know but I do not like the fact that BOL was the first site to post the date and time of his announcement...

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  7. I read on tharinger that public announcements for Mosely, Vogler, and Grant are all coming this week to Alabama. Yuck!!!!

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  8. AULadyTiger- Thanks for the new (to me)recruiting website http://www.tharinger.com/. Ive never been there before.

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  9. Just a thought. I would assume that an Opelika high school would be dominant in Auburn fans. If it was me and I was going to Bamr, I wouldn't announce it at that school. Make sense?

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  10. Well actually I've heard there are more Bamr fans in Opelika. I'll take Dyer and Seastrunk anyday but Grant would be nice.....

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  11. I would like to have Seastrunk and Dyer as well, but those are looking tougher every day now. Seastrunk has been at LSU all weekend and Dyer will not be able to make it in today from what I have heard.

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  12. Opelika actually seems to favor Bama more for some reason.

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  13. Grant goes to UF before Bama

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  14. Everyone take a deep breath and relax....ahhhh! :)

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  15. $$$$$$ Talks ask Nick Saban. If you see a new Dodge Charger in opelika in a few days you'll know why.

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