Discussion in 'Vols Football' started by Vols kick balls, Nov 28, 2011.
Quenshaun Watson - Yahoo! Sports
Fast little guy that's supposedly under the radar
Seems to be a common trend among most of our recruits.
It's the only way you can hope to stand up to Kentucky.
As long as our guys understand the importance of shower etiquette, I can live with losses to Kentucky. Clearly this is a reason that this kid is on Dooley's radar.....he has great character and he knows what to do with a bar of soap and a wash cloth.
What are you guys talking about? Obviously our coaching staff and Indiana are the best in the business when it comes to evaluating talent.
He's a 5-star as rated by users of Rivals. Haters. All of yous.
We've already got two kind of under the radar backs. Might be a better idea to wait until next year when hopefully we'll have better luck getting in with some elite guys.
Not so sure any top elite talent will want to run the ball in this offense.
Not sure we'll be able to beat the 2-10 team for him. Fingers crossed.
Especially when a RB coach isn't employed
I will say this about Watson, he's a fast little shifty guy that could turn out as a good prospect.
However, hoping a recruit pans out is about like hoping the head coach figures it out in his 3rd year.
PR genius. Silence the critics after the UK loss by unleashing a verbal commit from an obscure, undersized recruit whose only offer is from Indiana.
At least when Kiffin lost to UCLA he rewarded us with verbals from Corey Miller and Brandon Willis the next day.
Why hold the offer for a more elite RB next year, when this is the last class you'll sign?
To be honest though, I had heard folks from that area questioning why we had offered some other backs from around there and not this guy, who is allegedly the best.
Just made it official. He's our newest Vol.
[uck fay]........Im sure the [uck fay]tards will claim that this guy is a diamond in the rough and dooley knows how to recruit blah blah
And maybe he is a diamond in the rough. But right now, we need mother[uck fay]in' platinum veins running through the Tennessee hills, not diamonds in the rough. If we were winning games and such, I would let him sign all of the diamonds in the rough he could stand (assuming they were). But as it is, we are a 5-7 team signing a no star guy. Perception can become reality.
Shit, perception IS reality.
I want the staff gone yesterday. That said, the staff has done a solid job recruiting and all this "every recruit is a diamond in the rough" talk is bullshit.
I'd love to see what a Charlie Strong coached team could do with guys like A.J. Johnson and Maggitt.
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