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12/22 Recruiting Roundup

Posted on: December 22, 2011 10:10 am
 
Posted by Bryan Fischer

Despite a visit to USC, Deontay Greenberry and Tee Shepard are still Notre Dame bound.

 Georgia gained one recruit and lost another.

 Texas rarely signs JUCO players but grabbed two yesterday.

 Maryland keeps loading up on linebackers this class.

 Gene Chizik says Auburn is in great shape on the recruiting trail.

 Joker Phillips discussed recruiting at Kentucky for a bit.

 Plenty of Virginia and Virginia Tech recruits on this all-area team.

 Will a bowl ban affect Ohio State recruiting much?
Comments

Since: Sep 18, 2009
Posted on: January 2, 2012 2:09 pm
 

12/22 Recruiting Roundup

When you get to give out money and gifts, without punishment...it's really nothing to write home about.



Since: Dec 29, 2011
Posted on: December 29, 2011 12:43 am
 

12/22 Recruiting Roundup

Chizik did an excellent job the first go-round hiring assistant coaches and i have no reason to believe we wont do the same here.  i would much prefer that we put more focus on our defense than we did under the Roof era so i am very interested to see who we bring in.  I think after the bowl game Chizik will act quickly.  In any event we are going to continue to bring in top talent and years 2012/2013 are shaping up to be great seasons for us.  CANNOT wait to Lemonier terrorize the SEC next season.



Since: Jul 23, 2009
Posted on: December 25, 2011 12:20 am
 

12/22 Recruiting Roundup

Chiz will get two great coordinators that will fit right in at Auburn and our defense will get better this I know.With all of the RBs,TEs,OL and very athletic wideouts Auburn has now,most are freshman/sophomores but they have played a full season or two now and are veterans ahead of thier time.It dosent matter if he brings a pro-style coordinator because he will have the personell to pull it off so I also think Chiz will find the best guy for Auburn on offense and they will continue to get better.


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