Monday, July 27, 2009

Lost Another

Defensive end target Neiron Ball has committed to Florida.

8 comments:

  1. He was never coming to Auburn, it was all UF and UGA.

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  2. Beaver, Was this someone you thought we would get? I keep reading on here and other sites that this could be a big week, but no one will really say what they think. What are your thoughts and can you do a little name dropping? We won't think any less of you if your wrong. It's part of the job. You can't get them all right. Thanks for the good work.

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  3. We were definitely in Ball's top three. Just thought I would put the information out there. As far as this week, Luper has hinted we could get a few more. My thoughts are a big name running back could commmit in the next two weeks but the staff has everything planned out. I am sure most of these are silent commitments that the staff is releasing slowly.

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  4. My money is that Dyer is already committed but as Beaver said the staff is just strategically releasing them. I just really hope LSU doesn't land Lache, because something tells me Trovon Reed will follow.

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  5. Beaver. Any information on the big OT out of Olive Branch, MS, Damien Robinson? Auburn has him on their radar. Would be a great catch for us in an area that we really need some big men. Could make us more attractive to some of these RB's that are having trouble deciding.

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  6. Olive Branch has another Olineman we are looking at also. Eric Lawson 6'6 330lbs, listed as an OT (I think he plays OG for them). He was recently added to Trooper's recruiting list on Rivals. I say we go hard for him also, having Coleman, Lawson, and Phillips might sway Robinson our way.

    http://auburn.rivals.com/viewprospect.asp?pr_key=87793&sport=1

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  7. we could start 4 guys from the same school that is crazy i hope we get robinson tho

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  8. So true, Valour. We need big men and we need them yesterday. I am so pumped about Auburn football and the direction of the University as a whole. This is a great time to be an Auburn Tiger. War Damn Eagle!!!!

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