Tuesday, August 4, 2009

Seastrunk Talks Recruiting

We have not heard from top running back Lache Seastrunk in a while. Rivals gives us this free video interview. Talks Auburn, Texas, LSU and Tennessee.

11 comments:

  1. I'm starting to believe that LSU might end up with him. But, National Signing Day is months away, anything could happen.

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  2. What makes you believe that?

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  3. good thing LS held on to our phone number whenever he got a new phone :)

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  4. I'm really starting to like this kid...

    "I don't fear no man but God."

    Good stuff...

    War Eagle!!!

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  5. anyone else notice how he laughed after lsu and usc?

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  6. He also said after he complimented LSU he said he felt the same way about Auburn. We are in good shape.

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  7. I wouldn't think too much into any of this. He isn't going to bad talk any of the teams that were mentioned. That would just be stupid, but i did like how auburn was the only school he said "i could see myself playing there". Either way if we get him or not, its not going to be the end of the world. We still have Onterrio who is just as big of a playmaker, and there will be plenty of playmakers is years to come.

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  8. Lache, we can see you playing here too. Come to Running Back U. and you'll be family for the rest of your life. This is God's country. War Eagle!

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  9. Trovon Reed having 10 of his family members in AU over the weekend? Lache and him want to play together in college? Luper has got them as silent commits I believe. Trust in our coaches. We also need Malzahn and the offense to show life and they will.

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  10. LilNickyDontBeSoSure, I've been believing that Auburn IS going to end up with him for a long time... So there! WDE!!

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  11. The thought of Seastrunk and/or Lattimore/Dyer/McCaleb/Aycock in the same backfield with Rollison, with Goodwin/Benton/Blake/Richardson/Reed as wideouts must have Malzahn quivering with giddiness. Imagine the possibilities.

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