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 4 years ago '10        #1421
kNOLES 
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 DEDOS said:
and dem miami hurricane boys are ranked over both of yall right now in multiple sites top 5 on multiple sites


higer then UF in rivals and one under FSU


What the fuk is your dumbass even saying? I just listed the recruiting rankings from 247, ESPN and Rivals. You're not ahead of FSU on any...

Miami fans are beyond fukn stupid.
 07-12-2013, 01:22 PM         #1422
Flo State 
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Let me break it down for you dumbass dildos since your reading comprehension is a tad slow.

FSU has #2 class on 247 > Miami #6
#4 on ESPN > Miami #10
#4 class on rivals > Miami #6

I'll entertain trash talk from those Gata fans because they've actually been relevant in the last decade, but Miami. Laughable. Haven't even made it to the ACC title game once. Should send your a.sses to the American Conference so y'all can compete.
 4 years ago '08        #1423
rfessler1 3 heat pts
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will be cool to see how the recruits like the indoor facility now that its almost complete.
 4 years ago '08        #1424
904Nole 1 heat pts
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They'll eat it up. Facilities go a long ways with these kids.
 4 years ago '08        #1425
rfessler1 3 heat pts
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im seein a lotta hints that vickers will commit soon. personally....im hopin we dont take him right now.



currently, we got about 4 different 4 star rbs and a 5 star lovin the warchant.
 4 years ago '05        #1426
Junior G 114 heat pts114 OP
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Pack visited and is 100% committed now....
 4 years ago '08        #1427
rfessler1 3 heat pts
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 MRS. RONDO said:
Pack visited and is 100% committed now....
 4 years ago '05        #1428
Junior G 114 heat pts114 OP
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Ok now warchant says 90% lol....
 4 years ago '08        #1429
904Nole 1 heat pts
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I don't trust that Pack n*gga. If Ole Miss is even remotely competitive I think he's gone
 4 years ago '08        #1430
rfessler1 3 heat pts
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anyone got any camp updates???
 4 years ago '07        #1431
Kinglew88 13 heat pts13
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Yep chad Thomas and Nigel bethel committed to the []_[]
 4 years ago '05        #1432
Junior G 114 heat pts114 OP
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Javonte Seabury committed....he's another burner to add to the WR core....brother of Jacques Patrick too
 4 years ago '08        #1433
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 L-E-Dub bi*ch said:
Yep chad Thomas and Nigel bethel committed to the []_[]
Chad Thomas is a good get. Bethel would've committed to FSU but Pruitt doesn't like small corners and that hurt us with Thomas
 4 years ago '05        #1434
Junior G 114 heat pts114 OP
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Seabury might not qualify but it helps us with Patrick either way
 4 years ago '10        #1435
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 MRS. RONDO said:
Seabury might not qualify but it helps us with Patrick either way
Those highlights of Seabury

Kid is FAST as fuk!!
 4 years ago '08        #1436
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Seen these floating around, may be or new white jerseys this year



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 4 years ago '10        #1437
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 F.A.M.E.M.O.B. said:
Seen these floating around, may be or new white jerseys this year



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Meh...not bad
 07-22-2013, 01:32 PM         #1438
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 MRS. RONDO said:
Seabury might not qualify but it helps us with Patrick either way
Don't know his exact situation with his grades, but he has almost a whole year before he has to truly be eligible. Hopefully he can get some night or on-line classes to help him out before then. Really like the speed he has, and he runs tough after the catch for his size too.
 4 years ago '05        #1439
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Fredrick Jones DT from Miami Central committed to us....his uncle was Marvin Jones so ya gotta like the bloodlines, n uncle james colzie along with his dad Fred Jones....GREAT BLOODLINES
 4 years ago '05        #1440
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ACC's QBs eagerly await Winston's debut
July, 21, 2013
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By David M. Hale | ESPN.com
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GREENSBORO, N.C. -- Clemson's Tajh Boyd might be basking in the glow of preseason Heisman hype, relishing his role as one of college football's top quarterbacks, but he knows his limitations as an athlete.

Football, he's got down pat. Baseball, on the other hand, was never his thing.

[+] EnlargeJameis Winston
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Even rival ACC quarterbacks are eager to see redshirt freshman Jameis Winston in action.
"I was kind of terrible at baseball," he said.

So when Boyd saw highlights of FSU's two-sport star, Jameis Winston, launching a rope from right field to gun down a runner at home a few months ago, he took notice.

"That was unbelievable," Boyd gushed.

Of course, the baseball highlights weren't Boyd's introduction to Florida State's presumptive starting quarterback. The buzz surrounding Winston has been ubiquitous this offseason, despite the fact he has yet to throw a pass in a college game. He made waves on the baseball diamond, dazzled during Florida State's spring game, and among preseason pundits, he even has garnered his own share of Heisman talk.

All that hype with so few college credentials might've been reason for some animosity at this week's ACC Kickoff event, but Boyd said he simply is excited to see what else Winston has in store.

"I got to watch him in his spring game," Boyd said, "and I think Jameis Winston's going to be a really good quarterback."

That seemed to be the universal opinion from Winston's veteran colleagues around the conference.

North Carolina's Bryn Renner already has done some research on Winston's status as the ACC's most discussed cult figure. He is friends with Winston's baseball teammate, Brett Knief, who transferred from UNC after the 2011 season. Knief was happy to regale Renner with Winston's baseball exploits and left little room for doubt that he could hold his own on the football field, too.

"I've heard a lot about him," Renner said. "[Knief] was talking about how good a player he is. I'm excited to see him play. You always keep interest in every team around the ACC, so I'm looking forward to it. I've heard great things."

Duke's Anthony Boone heard the rumblings, too. Like Winston, Boone was a two-sport star in high school, but he passed on a chance to play baseball for the Blue Devils because he didn't want to split his attention during the spring.

Managing both sports seemed like a nearly impossible task, he said, but from the buzz surrounding Winston, he's not doubting Florida State's quarterback/outfielder can manage it.

"I'm almost positive he's going to do a great job there," Boone said.

Playing on Florida State's veteran-laden offense certainly doesn't hurt Winston's chances for success either, and Boston College's Chase Rettig said location might have as much to do with all the hype surrounding the redshirt freshman as anything.

At FSU, attention comes with the territory for quarterbacks. That's a spotlight Rettig said he wants to develop at Boston College, too -- with Winston adding a bit of inspiration.

"My goal is to get our team back to that platform where, in the future, those quarterbacks will be the Jameis Winstons," Rettig said. "Florida State's in a great position right now. They win a lot of games; they're on a national platform."

Of course, that spotlight can be a double-edged sword, and Boyd said that's the real danger for Winston.

After a stellar spring game and a strong debut on the diamond, it has been nothing but smooth sailing for Winston. There will come a time, however, when success doesn't come so easily, Boyd said, and that's what will separate the hype from the reality for Winston.

"The position that Jameis is in, with so much surrounding him and taking over for a guy like EJ [Manuel], it'll be important for him to have his teammates support him, to have those older guys take him under their wing," Boyd said. "It's a tough game. It can be brutal, man."

Renner echoed a similar sentiment. He has been thrown into the spotlight himself, and it didn't take long to realize that all that goodwill can disappear quickly against equally talented competition.

"You've got to take [the hype] with a grain of salt," Renner said. "The biggest thing I learned really quick was college football is a different game. You're playing with a lot of big guys out there. You're playing against 11 guys that want to rip your head off -- and they're fast. It's a humbling game. You throw a touchdown and the next one's picked and everybody hates you."

So far, it has been Winston who has humbled the competition -- at least in practice. But if the buzz has reverberated throughout the rest of the ACC's quarterback class, his teammates say Winston isn't paying much attention.

"You wouldn't even know that guy is getting all that publicity with the way he works and the way he is around his teammates," said cornerback Lamarcus Joyner. "What he does and the passion and the attitude he comes out there with, you can tell it's not getting to him. He's getting better, and he knows he needs to get better."

The legend might be taking hold even before the season gets started, but even Winston's competition is buying into the hype.

Sure, it's a long road between preseason buzz and in-season success, but at least one Heisman candidate is convinced it's a trail Winston can traverse.

"I'm sure he's going to do fine," Boyd said. "I don't think his coaches will put him in a situation where they feel like he won't succeed. So I'm excited to watch him."
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