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 07-22-2010, 09:12 AM         #6781
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Homestead DT Chavis Akins has UM on his mind

July 22, 2010

Homestead (FL) High School DT Chavis Akins has visited Miami twice this summer.

"And I'm thinking about visiting again soon," he says. "I've talked to coach (Randy) Shannon, and I talk to coach (Micheal) Barrow.

"Coach Shannon, he just told me what it takes to be a Miami player, things like that. He said it'll take having wonderful grades, a good mindset, that I have to be a good player. He told me it's not difficult to do, but he was saying that everything that is difficult could be accomplished. Coach Barrow, he just told me how it would be good to have me out there because they have Marcus Robinson out there from my school."

Akins, who lists a verbal offer dating back to last year, says he's getting regular mail from Hurricane coaches.

"They're asking about how I'm doing, that they hope I'm having a good summer, hoping it'll lead to a good season," Akins said. "They say they're looking forward to recruiting me to Miami."

Akins plans an unofficial visit to Alabama next month and Florida State later this month.

"I'll also go see LSU and UCF, and I've been to Florida State and Florida," he says.

Akins says right now Miami, Florida and Florida State are at the top of his list, and he added that "LSU is close."

Akins says that Texas Tech, and Alabama also remain in the running.
 07-23-2010, 04:54 PM         #6782
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Rank the top 10 players on Miami. There's not much to talk about right now so we can have some fun discussing the top players. Once the season starts we can update the rankings on weekly basis.

1. Brandon Harris

All-American as a sophmore. Made huge improvements. Was among the national leaders in passes defended. Third on the team in tackles, tied for 1st in interceptions, and 1st in passes defended. Some of the passes defended will likely turn into interceptions this season. With talk about our secondary being more aggressive we should see great things from him.

2. Allen Bailey

All-American type athletic ability but with raw talent. He finally has a position. An offseason working with Petri should term him into an elite DE. Last season he led the team in sacks and tackles for a loss. I expect him to be more consistent and more dominant.

3. Jacory Harris

He enters the season making it onto numerous award lists. He will likely get Heisman consideration. He will be a junior so this is the year it should come together for him. He is the leader of the offense. He is great in critical moments. He has ice in his veins and works his magic at the end of games. With improved decision making he should put up amazing numbers.

4. Colin McCarthy

He might be our most reliable defensive player. He doesn't get all the hype or praise but he is good. He might have his short comings but when he's on the field our defense is much better. Second on the team last in tackles, tackles for a loss, and interceptions.

5. Damien Berry & Graig Cooper (if healthy)

Berry is the true in between tackles RB we have been missing in recent years. He is a great compliment to Cooper. His tough running and great vision was a welcomed surprise last season.

He seems to take a lot of criticism from fans but he had been our best offensive player in recent seasons. He might not be the ideal every down back but he is versatile and helps the team as a runner, pass catcher, blocker and returner. Had he not been injured he might have been early to mid round draft pick.

6. Vaughn Telemaque

He might be the first big play safety in a few seasons. He showed a lot of promise last season but was inconsistent. Good in run support and showed an ability to attack the ball in the air. He seems to have found his "swagger" and his primed for a breakout season.

7. Leonard Hankerson

As of now he is the best WR on the team. He made big time improvements in his junior season. He made big catches and reduced his drops. He was our best big play WR. He led the team receptions, yards, touchdowns, and yards per reception.

8. Patrick Hill

FBs tend not to get much publicity but our offense seemed to stall when he went down w/ an injury. He is a great run blocker and pass blocker. He gave the offense toughness. He won't show up in the box score but he might be crucial to our offensive success.

9. Travis Benjamin & Laron Byrd

Both are in a similar boat. They both have shown flahses of greatness but tend to disappear and be inconsistent. They are both juniors this season and it is time for them to breakout and be the stars we all know they can be. Benjamin brings game changing speed and Byrd brings a good combination of size and speed. Along w/ Hankerson they should give us one of the best trio of WRs.

10. Sean Spence

This might be the most controversial selection to a lot of people. He had his ups and downs last year. Despite being injured for most of the season he was still 7th in tackles, 5th in tackles for a loss, and 3rd in sacks. He was our best blitzing LB and once he got hurt we saw a change in our defense. He was probably also our best LB in coverage which is why even when he was injured he still had to cover C.J. Spiller. He has a lot to prove after an inconsistent sophmore season. A return to his more nature possession, plus being healthy, and being more aggressive should help him return to All-ACC form.
 7 years ago '05        #6783
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saw calais campbell at the grove, MR Moes last night...funny all that money and still dude hangs out in the grove :cool-smiley-009: he was with some hot chick that didnt even know his name, she had to ask me what his name was - all she knew was that he went to miami and played for the cardinals
 07-25-2010, 01:43 PM         #6784
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WR Sammy Watkins Seems Serious about Clemson
July 25, 2010


Several weeks ago the No. 1 wide receiver recruit in Florida was in Clemson for three days participating in the Dabo Swinney Camp. Sammy Watkins, regarded as the nation's No. 4 athlete by Rivals.com, came back to Tiger Town from Thursday through Saturday morning with both of his parents to see more.

"Those were some great days," Watkins told Tigerillustrated.com Saturday evening. "On Thursday we just ate and I hung out with Tajh (Boyd) and we went to a party and chilled. I hung out with Bryce (McNeal) too. Those are some cool guys. We had a good time. Then I went back to campus the next morning. "On Friday we ate, took a tour, talked with the coaches and then I hung out again with Tajh. We just chilled out."

What were the returns from his parents? "They both like the environment," the Fort Meyers (FL) South Fort Meyers standout stated. "They like the coaches and the players. They like how the coaches are down-to-earth. They did all the stuff I did - academics, tour, and talked with the school's counselor."

Offensive guards and centers coach Brad Scott recruits southwest Florida for the Tigers. "He just let me have fun," the Rivals100 member said. "He didn't want to bore me and he just let me hang with the boys." Wide receivers coach Jeff Scott, Clemson's recruiting coordinator, and head coach Dabo Swinney also worked the blue-chip prospect while he was back in town. "They told me they weren't going to rush me and made me feel comfortable," said the 6-foot-1, 180-pounder. "Coach Swinney told me about the school, about his coaching career and how he grew up. He's been through a lot."

What stood out the most? "Cooling with the teammates and seeing the things they do before and after practice," said Watkins. "They just crack jokes and hang out. I got to see how they act."

How does Watkins feel about Clemson now? "I have really high expectations," he said. "I really like them. But I've got to find out more about other places, too."

Who leads now? "I don't know yet," noted the No. 10-rated prospect in Florida. "I really like Clemson, but I have to see about other places and consider them, too. "I wouldn't say anyone is the leader right now. I don't have one. I have high interest in Miami, Florida, Clemson, Michigan, Tennessee, Alabama and a few others."

What's his plan going forward? "I'll probably visit Miami and Gainesville this weekend or next. I'm going to take some official visits during the season to Clemson, Miami, Florida, Alabama and probably Tennessee. I'm not sure though.

"I want to announce at the (US Army) All-American game but things might change."

As a junior, Watkins had 46 catches for 1,192 yards, for a 25.9 yards per catch average, and 14 touchdowns, earning First Team All State honors in AAA.
 07-25-2010, 01:43 PM         #6785
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DB Commit Albert Louis-Jean: Schools are recruiting against UM

Jul 25, 2010

Brockton (MA) High School DB and Cane commitment Albert Louis-Jean says his decision to attend UM hasn't stopped other schools from staying hot on his trail.

"Penn State, USC, North Carolina and Boston College are recruiting me - others are, too, but not as hard as those schools," Louis-Jean said. "They send me handwritten mail, email me, tell me why I should take another look at their schools. They mention Miami, try to pick out bad things about Miami. They say that the academics at Miami aren't that good, try to say coach (Randy) Shannon might not be there, things like that. I don't really pay attention to that - it's a business. They just do it to make you think `Oh man, Miami might not be good.' But I used my head and obviously the academics are really good and Coach Shannon just signed an extension."

Louis-Jean says he's a solid commitment, and he says he "may make a trip down there for fall camp."

His own season is also at the forefront right now.

"I'm trying to improve on everything," he said. "You're never good enough. I'm going to the Gridiron Kings camp (July 24-25). I was invited and it's another chance to compete."

Louis-Jean is working out every day from 8:30 a.m. until 1 p.m.

"I'm a much better player - smarter, too - from last year," he says. "I'd say physically, that's the biggest jump, my physicalness. And my technique as a cornerback is much better, too."

Louis-Jean says he'll have an expanded role on his team this year. Whereas last year he played cornerback and receiver and returned punts, this year he'll play receiver, wildcat quarterback, cornerback, safety and will return kickoffs as well as punts.

"My role will be much different this year," Louis-Jean said. "I'm working out just for that."

Louis-Jean says he expects to get a look as a return man once he arrives at UM as well.

"I last talked to coaches on Friday - I talked to coach (Jeff) Stoutland," Louis-Jean said. "I told him I was coming down for the Kings camp, and he was letting me know what the players on the team were doing, what their schedules are like."
 7 years ago '05        #6786
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• UM people said these June freshmen arrivals have impressed in on-field work: Brandon Linder (will push junior center Tyler Horn); cornerback Devont'a Davis (Vaughn Telemaque expects him to play in 2010); tight ends Clive Walford, 6-4, and Asante Cleveland, 6-5 (``they know how to use height to their advantage'' as receivers, Telemaque said); and running back Eduardo Clements (``shifty, quick dude,'' Damien Berry said).
• One competition UM people are eager to see is Thearon Collier against Kendal Thompkins for playing time as the primary slot receiver. ``Thompkins has a knack [to get to] the end zone,'' Telemaque said.
LaRon Byrd said UM players ``have been there to support'' Collier, who disclosed on Facebook in May that his son passed away. Collier's family has endured incredible pain -- his father was murdered before Collier was born. ``It's a tragedy losing a newborn, and it shows how strong he is that he's been out here'' practicing, Byrd said.
 7 years ago '05        #6787
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GREENSBORO, N.C. -- Preseason Heisman Trophy candidate Christian Ponder no doubt did a double-take Sunday when he saw the monster who would be coming after him like a runaway freight train in October at Sun Life Stadium.
``Yeah, I saw him,'' Ponder, the Florida State quarterback, said of University of Miami defensive end Allen Bailey, who sacked him once in the 2009 opener. ``I didn't realize how big he was. He's like the friggin' Jolly Green Giant.''
Bailey said his nicknames include Big Bailey, Big Dog, The Hulk and The Green Mile. This green-and-orange giant is one that his teammates are glad didn't get away. The soft-spoken Bailey, a senior, told reporters that the NFL College Advisory Committee, made up of various NFL personnel directors, had projected that he would be taken late in the first round or early in the second of this year's NFL Draft.
Bailey said he gave it two days' thought -- at most. His decision already was made.
``I had made up my mind to come back,'' said Bailey, a 2009 first-team All-ACC defensive lineman who led UM with seven sacks and 11 tackles-for-loss. ``I just felt the bond with this team. I didn't finish last year like I wanted to. With this team, hopefully we can win it all.''
However the Hurricanes finish, Bailey is bound to be instrumental. The UM Strength Training Athlete of the Year, Bailey is 6-4 and 285 pounds, with 9 percent body fat. He was timed in the 40-yard dash at the end of May in a defensive-line best of 4.65 seconds, a bit faster than fellow end Andrew Smith, said strength and conditioning coach Andreu Swasey. Two weeks ago, Swasey recorded Bailey's squat at 585 pounds, bench press at 415 and power clean at 405.
``He's got freakish genetics,'' Swasey said. ``He's such a hard-working, blue-collar guy. He earns everything he gets with character and work ethic. Regardless of how he feels, he never complains. This extra year of college will be a plus for us and for him.''
Although Bailey has played tackle and end, and came to UM as a linebacker from McIntosh County Academy in Georgia, he is expected to play left end this season. He is on the 2010 Nagurski Trophy Watch List but realizes that all that watching will be futile if his numbers decline like they did last season. After sacks against FSU, Oklahoma, Florida A&M, Clemson and Wake Forest, Bailey failed to get another in the final five games against Virginia, North Carolina, Duke, USF and Wisconsin.
``It frustrated me a little bit,'' he said. ``I was getting double-teamed more often.''
This season, Miami's line is clearly the strength and depth of its defense. Bailey said there are at least 16 linemen. Adewale Ojomo is back after a year of recuperating from a broken jaw and is slated for right end. Behind Ojomo, Bailey said, are sophomore Olivier Vernon and redshirt freshman Dyron Dye. Behind Bailey are senior Steven Wesley, junior Marcus Robinson and Dye (he plays both sides).
``We have the talent, the athleticism and the numbers,'' Bailey said. ``I feel like our pass-rushing and our hands as a whole have improved.''
UM kicker Matt Bosher, who accompanied Bailey on Sunday, was asked to describe him.
``Look at him,'' Bosher said. ``He's huge. The scary thing is he's so big and he's faster than I am -- ridiculously athletic. Great teammate. Great leader. Always does the right thing and always works hard. He's a good [role model] for young guys. He doesn't talk back.''
Perhaps Bailey is best known for where he was raised: Sapelo Island, a state-protected area reachable only by boat. The island is managed by the Georgia Department of Natural Resources. Bailey's community of Hog Hammock, with a population under 100, is inhabited mostly by black people who are descendants of slaves.
``Not that many people,'' he said. ``I'm pretty much kin to all of them.''
Bailey grew up hunting for his food -- alligators, raccoons, wild hogs and the like. He said he is still waiting to take home his roommate, cornerback DeMarcus Van Dyke.
``He might be scared the whole time, knowing him,'' Bailey said.
Just like those quarterbacks.


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 07-26-2010, 03:29 PM         #6789
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Jackson's comments after FNL:

Vero Beach (FL) High School OL and Cane commitment Marcus Jackson was a standout at the University of Florida's Friday Night Lights camp three days ago.

He worked closely there with Gator coach Steve Addazio.

"He was teaching me some things about my pass protection," Jackson said. "There was a lot of things he taught me, really small things that can help in the passing game."

While Addazio was in his ear all camp, Jackson says the coach didn't make a big push to have him decommit from Miami.

"No, when I was at the campus it was a competitive nature," Jackson said. "It was competing, wasn't a recruiting thing. They were just trying to make me better as a player, teach me about the stance. There's a lot of things we don't do at my high school, don't run a zone blocking system.

"When I was there, they have the videos and tell the whole group about what they do at Florida. After that it was just a camp."

Jackson earned plenty of praise from observers for his work at the camp.

"There was a lot of good competition out there," Jackson said. "I just came out there with the simple fact I wanted to have a great time and see how I stacked up with everyone else. I just wanted to have the right mindset.

"I knew I could do well, but the thing about it is I didn't know I did as well as everyone said I was doing. I knew I wasn't getting beat, but there's always something you can do better - if the technique isn't perfect it doesn't matter if you do win.

Jackson says he's noncommittal on taking other visits or where he might go.

"I just don't even know right now," he said.

Of more immediate concern: Recuperating from the strenuous camp.

"I'm sore - my neck is all sore from doing one on one, hitting bags," he said.

Of his UM commitment level, Jackson said, "It's a commitment. I'm committed to Miami. You know the story of why I committed, it's my dream school. So it is what it is."
 07-26-2010, 07:19 PM         #6790
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Recruiting Blog:
* I met, talked to, and watched a ton of players over the last three days. Friday night was FNL in Gainesville and then the weekend was watching a national 7on7 event in Orlando with 64 of the top skill position kids from across the country. I learned a lot, some of which I can't print yet. I will print a bunch and have a bunch of follow up interviews coming up in the next few days. Today's blog will focus on offensive recruits.

* 5-star QB commit Teddy Bridgewater was expected to be in Gainesville for FNL but he didn't go. He's done with the process. No one else has a chance. He's all Cane and is actively recruiting for Miami. The UF coaches probably didn't want him anywhere near their campus Friday night because of that.

* The most explosive offensive player in this year's Florida class is probably 5-star RB Mike Bellamy. A Clemson commitment, Bellamy was excellent at FNL and is still considering the Canes. NSD is a long ways away but Miami's not out of it, I promise you.

* I met and watched 5-star RB Savon Huggins for the first time this weekend. He's built a good relationship with Coach Stoutland and is still definitely considering the Canes. He moves well and is a great athlete who could probably be a top prospect at a few positions. He has an offer from the Canes but I keep hearing that Rutgers has put themselves in great position here. It's probably one or none at RB this year and Huggins is definitely in that mix.

* 5-star WR prospect Sammy Watkins spent 4 days at Clemson and left on Sunday without making a commitment to the Tigers. The Canes are in his top two and UM will now likely try getting him down to their campus for some time before the start of the season. Watkins doesn't have much interest in the Gators, where his brother just signed. This one will likely come down to the wire. A positive for UM is that his area recruiting coach is also his position coach and recruiting coordinator (Aubrey Hill). He remains what appears to be a major priority at WR.

* 4-star WR prospect Victor Blackwell is another kid I first met and watched this past weekend. I hardly even knew his name going in. He was arguably the most talented WR there. When the West team needed a big play, they went to Blackwell and not Kasen Williams (No. 1 WR on Scout). He was their most productive player and looks like a big time talent. 6-1, skinny but runs great routes and competes. He's committed to USC but he spoke very highly about Miami and says the Canes have started turning up the recruiting heat on him lately. He's definitely one to keep an eye on.

* 4-star TE prospect Nick O'Leary was the MVP of the orlando event. Big, big time performance, yet again. Top 4 player in the state and he's as good a TE prospect this state has produced in my 9 years in the business. He continues speaking highly of Miami and the Canes appear to be in solid shape. Florida State, Georgia, Florida, and Alabama round out the schools he's still considering. FSU is probably the top competition. He's better than any of the TE's UM just signed and it's probably not even close.
 7 years ago '04        #6791
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 7 years ago '07        #6792
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they looked horrible in that spring gm

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 7 years ago '04        #6793
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granted a spring game isn't the end all of be all but you can tell alot by it.

like for us.

our OL is questionable pass blocking. We need Jacory healthy badly (duh), and we still don't have a solid nickel back yet, and we still need a 3rd LB to go with McCarthy and Spence.
 7 years ago '05        #6794
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GREENSBORO, N.C. -- University of Miami coach Randy Shannon made reporters laugh Monday about LeBron James, discussed the quick healing of running back Graig Cooper and went in depth about how he prefers face-to-face contact with students and parents rather than using social media.

But what people really wanted to know on the final day of the ACC Football Kickoff media days was how his Hurricanes have stayed out of the news regarding the rash of recent NCAA investigations linked to improper agent-related conduct and parties in Miami.

Seems that all that community outreach by Shannon and his players have paid dividends.

``I know a lot of people in Miami and I get abrea$t on things that come up,'' Shannon said when asked if he hears about upcoming parties in Miami. ``All the time I tell guys, `Hey, they're having this here and you guys are not allowed to go.' Sometimes people in Miami will say [using various social media such as Facebook or Twitter], `There's a party at wherever and it's sponsored by University of Miami football.' But that's a violation. That's illegal. Or they may try to use one of the players' names on the team. We'll call the people or the club that's sponsoring it and then then we'll tell players, `No matter what, you can't go.' ''

WARNINGS ARE BIG HELP

Shannon said community members call to warn him about potential situations.

``I get a lot of stuff from the community,'' he said. ``That's the one thing that saves me. I'll be out in the community a lot and our football team is out in the community a lot. Every Monday during the season we're [working] with kids, the city, the Chamber of Commerce, Miami-Dade County. When the offseason comes, we're out three or four times a week. When the community sees us coming out all the time and trying to be helpful, in return they give me a lot of feedback.

``So it's kind of a share and share deal. They want to see us be successful and not have any problems.''

He said that constant communication with his players has been key, and that he had no worries that his players were involved when he heard about investigations surrounding Club LIV at the Fontainebleau in Miami Beach. ``Because that club has always been a big club [with] partying,'' Shannon said.

He said he also warns his ex-players, many of whom are NFL stars and still work out at UM or live offseason in Miami, of the potential pitfalls of player-agent contact.

``We educate our football players and then we educate our ex-players,'' he said, ``making sure they understand that, `OK, you can communicate and talk to our players, but you cannot have your agent around when our players are around.' That's a no-no, and they understand that. They won't put our players in those situations.''

Shannon said his players are allowed to go to parties, including ones thrown by former UM players who are in the NFL. A party thrown by former UM tailback Frank Gore also has been the subject of NCAA-related speculation.

``The ex-players on this team know they cannot have agents around,'' Shannon said. ``So if Frank had his party, Frank knows agents cannot be around.''

MORE FROM SHANNON

Other nuggets from Shannon's media session Monday:

• On the status of Cooper, who underwent reconstructive knee surgery after the Champs Sports Bowl: ``He's running, he's squatting, he's lifting, he's jumping. He's full board everything. We're going to take it slow. If he's healthy he'll play. If he's not ready, we won't play him.''

• On position changes: Former guard Joel Figueroa has been moved to right tackle opposite left tackle Orlando Franklin.

• On James joining the Miami Heat: ``It took a lot of pressure off me. They've got to win the championship now. It's going to be great to watch them and pull for them.''

• On if he can use LeBron in recruiting: ``That's illegal. You're trying to get me in trouble.''

• On the Ohio State game and what it means to the program: ``It's a game. You have a lot of big games at Miami. When we get to that game we'll address it, just like when we [open] with FAMU. The thing we can't do is get so motivated about one team that when you get to that team they're flat.''

• On how important football is to the university: ``Well, the University of Miami took the athletic emblem and made it the school. It's not the University of Miami, it's the U. It's the U medical campus, U football, U athletics. Everything is U.''

MUM ON HENDERSON

Shannon would not discuss newest recruit Seantrel Henderson, an offensive lineman and the nation's top-rated player, expected to report to fall camp.

In other UM news Monday, The University of Toledo announced on its website that it will play UM in a home-and-home football series beginning in 2015.

The Rockets will play host to the Hurricanes on Sept. 5, 2015 and travel to Sun Life Stadium on Sept. 3, 2016.



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 7 years ago '05        #6795
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 Deeangoe said:
``The ex-players on this team know they cannot have agents around,'' Shannon said. ``So if Frank had his party, Frank knows agents cannot be around.''
Frank knew what he was doing.. love how no UM players are being mentioned in this.
 7 years ago '07        #6796
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damn thats f**ked up

sad s**t
 7 years ago '05        #6797
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 L-E-Dub b**ch said:
they looked horrible in that spring gm

ewwwwwww
not a surprise...yall n*ggaz gonna suck....
 7 years ago '05        #6798
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 MARTIAN MAR said:
not a surprise...yall n*ggaz gonna suck....
Thought that s**t was obvious though
 7 years ago '05        #6799
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oh s**t thread jacked :party3:

if my dude Lex come in, its a wrap :banana:


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 7 years ago '05        #6800
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omg who has twitter

did jacory really say this to brandon washington

@B_Wash72 - you cant run fast in practice, but you ran a 4.3 40 at the buffet line??




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