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 06-24-2007, 08:52 PM         #1601
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When you win it doesn't matter.. Truthfully all that sh*t with NCAA happened after Erickson started to lose.. But while were chugging a long we could do know wrong.. Maybe the media hated on us but NCAA was like um ya just keep going..

Its when you fall out of the public eye that they start k!lling you with rules and penalties.
 10 years ago '04        #1602
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 P. Dedos said:
yoooo so who do yall think are hurricane leans ?????

becides the NW boys

what about robinson or sabino i dont think they are at all but we in the hunt

is hatcher ??? last i heard we were his favorites but dat was like a month ago

brandon harris ????

id be suprised if Hatcher didnt end up at LSU...which might not be such a bad thing.

to slow to play safety here but not big enough to play LB, he's a rover type of player...think Myron Rolle

Sabino ....dont really know.


Robinson was coached by Barrow last year at homestead so, i like our chances


here's my predtiction for our 08 Class..yall keep track to see how many i get right or wrong.


QB: Taylor Cook
QB: Jacory Harris
WR: Aldarious Johnson
WR: Travis Benjamin
WR: Tommy Streeter
WR: Thearon Collier
TE: Nate Nord
OL: Matt Patchan
OL: Brandon Washington
OL:
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DE:
DT: Marcus Forston
DT: Micanor Regis
DT: Jeremy Thompson
DE: Corey Liguet
LB: Sean Spence
LB: Marcus Robinson
LB: Jordan Futch
CB: Patrick Johnson
CB: Brandon Harris
S: Joe Wylie
S: Victor Johnson


and one more.
 10 years ago '04        #1603
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Patrick Johnson still a Hurricane ?


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Pompano Beach Ely High School DB Patrick Johnson attended the recent USC summer camp Thurs.-Sat. and commented afterward that it was now a two-team race between UM and the Trojans.

But today he's backing off that statement.

"It's not open - no, man," he said. "Miami, that's where my heart is. I'm staying with the Canes. I said (USC) really opened my eyes to see what college has to offer. But Miami's where it's at.

"I just got off the phone with coach (Wesley) McGriff. He knows where my heart is."

Why did the UM commitment decide to attend the USC camp?

"It was my dad's decision to go around," Johnson said. "He made the reservations and we went out there. I learned a lot of techniques while I was there that the guys taught me."

Johnson enjoyed a dominant performance at the camp.

"Man, wherever I go I represent Florida," he said. "They didn't give out awards, but it was clearly shown I could have got one.

"The coaches said I had a great performance. They offered a scholarship, but I'm sticking with the Canes."

Asked if he will be attending other summer camps or taking other unofficial visits, Johnson said, "If my dad doesn't surprise me, that's it."

Johnson didn't rule out taking official visits to schools other than Miami, but says "I doubt I'll do that. It depends when the time comes around."

Johnson will be graduating high school early.

He finished his junior season with 54 tackles and seven interceptions

He's being recruited as a cornerback, and he also could return kicks -- last year he had a 72-yard punt return for a score and brought back kickoff returns for touchdowns from 98 and 84 yards.
 06-25-2007, 03:15 PM         #1604
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Good to Hear from PJ
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 06-25-2007, 03:39 PM         #1606
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... Can't wait for the Season
 10 years ago '04        #1607
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i think the Freshman of the Class of 07 arrive tommorow...im sure there will be some coverage of it. as usual ill keep yall posted i dont have to work
 06-26-2007, 08:47 PM         #1608
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June 22, 2007

Matt Shodell, CaneSport Magazine

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Seffner (FL) Armwood High School OL Matt Patchan is quick to shoot down one piece of information floating around Internet message boards.

The rumor is that he has a "Go Canes" theme on his MySpace page.

Just one problem: "I don't have a MySpace page," Patchan says. "Maybe one of my friends made a page for me without telling me."

Patchan does like the Canes, though.

He has a final eight of Miami, FSU, Florida, Ole Miss, Auburn, Georgia, Notre Dame and LSU.

The next step is narrowing that down to a top five, which should happen by the end of the summer.

"I'm going to visit the schools over the summer," Patchan said. "I've already visited LSU. I'm making trips here in a week or so, visiting all the other schools. Then I'll narrow it down to five at the beginning of the season."

He says he's not sure the exact date he'll be in Miami.

"We're taking two weeks off to visit all of them," Patchan said. "We're going to drive everywhere but may fly to Notre Dame.

"I'm really just trying to learn about everybody and make the right decision. This is the biggest decision of my life. I want to make sure I make the right decision."

Patchan says he speaks regularly with Cane coaches Jeff Stoutland and Joe Pannunzio.

"I'm always texting them back and forth," Patchan said. "They're recruiting me well. They talk to me about how I can step in and make an immediate impact, work and become a starter. That's their points."

Patchan says he's being recruited as a left tackle and defensive end. He wants to play both ways in college, and he says that's something he's going to raise with Cane coaches when he visits the UM campus.

When will he make a final decision?

"Since I'm going to graduate early, I'm going to make my decision in December or January," Patchan said.

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 06-26-2007, 08:48 PM         #1609
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June 26, 2007

Matt Shodell, CaneSport Magazine

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Aliquippa (PA) High School WR Jonathan Baldwin had originally planned to visit Miami this month.

It never happened.

"I wasn't able to make it, but I'll be there the beginning of July," he said. " I'll also be visiting Florida."

Baldwin has narrowed down his favorites.

Kind of.

"I have a top 10," he said. "It's Miami, Ohio State, USC, Notre Dame, Pittsburgh, Florida, Michigan, Georgia Tech, Alabama and Florida State."

He says there are no frontrunners among the 10.

What do all the schools have in common?

"I just liked them, liked them for a long time," he said. "And Alabama because of coach (Nick) Saban I just liked him when he was with the Dolphins. I'm a Dolphins fan."

Baldwin says he hasn't talked to Cane coaches since May but that he'll be calling them to set up the visit.

"I'm going to be in Miami for vacation, so I'll call a day before I go," he said.

He admits, "I don't know much about Miami."

Baldwin says the next step in his recruiting process will be to narrow things down to a top six.

"That will probably happen in August," he said.

Last year Baldwin had 21 receptions for 470 yards with five touchdowns.
 06-26-2007, 08:49 PM         #1610
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June 26, 2007

Matt Shodell, CaneSport Magazine

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McNeal is awaiting word on his latest test score
The Hurricane incoming freshman class reported today for summer school.

Minus two players.

Dallas (TX) Madison High School RB Shawnbrey McNeal and Hialeah (Fla.) High School DL Adewale Ojomo were not among the players that reported for the start of the second summer session at the University of Miami.

McNeal's high school coach, Ron Johnson, said the player is awaiting the result of a SAT test he took June 2.

"He is waiting for a score to come back," Johnson said. "He has a 2.5 GPA and has gotten an 810 (on the SAT) twice. But for Miami he needs an 820. He's qualified anywhere else."

McNeal was unreachable - his cell and home numbers are disconnected.

Ojomo told CaneSport.com that he received a 19 on the ACT recently. He said his previous score was a 13.

He has a 3.07 core GPA, so he is technically qualified for admission to UM.

"I'm supposed to be reporting soon," Ojomo said. "I was supposed to be reporting today, but I'm still waiting on clearance.

"I got my test scores at the last minute, so they're still processing everything. I just faxed my transcripts, so I should be there in a week."
 10 years ago '04        #1611
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DERRON THOMAS Q&A

Q: You look bigger. Have you added some muscle?

Thomas: I'm around 203 right now. Last year I was at 200. I just lost a lot of body fat.

Q: There's a lot of tailback depth on this roster.

Thomas: It's pretty good, but it just brings out more competition. It brings out the best in me.

Q: What do you see as your role?

Thomas: My personal goal is to get in as much as possible. Who wants to sit down? My goal is to start. That's my goal.

Q: How hard are the workouts this time of year?

Thomas: I don't think too many teams in the country do what we do. We work hard. It's tough, but we're used to it. We just keep working hard and it only makes you get better. Right now we're in the weight room and we're running a lot.

Q: How are things different under coach Randy Shannon?

Thomas: I think it's more discipline. Everyone respects him. Coach Shannon brings more fire, gets into it a little more.

Q: The defensive players knew what to expect from coach Shannon, who made a name as a disciplinarian with them. Was the offense prepared for him when he took over as head coach?

Thomas: We knew how he was because of how he treated the defense. He would take their phones, so we would leave our phones behind, too. We knew what to expect because of them.

Q: What's it like in the weight room at this time of year?

Thomas: It's tense. We let the music energize us. We all push each other. It's real fun and competitive, about getting better.

Q: What are the expectations for the team this season?

Thomas: We want to win a national championship.

Q: After last year is that a realistic goal?

Thomas: That was one year. It's a whole new team, a whole new start. We'll see what happens this year. We'll keep working hard. That's our goal every year, so hopefully that's where we'll be at.
 10 years ago '04        #1612
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NCAA 08 ratings... hadnt seen this posted, but U n*ggas are coo on here

Miami: 92 OVR, 92 OFF, 93 DEF, 67 SPT

Kyle Wright: 86 OVR, 72 SPD, 68 STR, 70 AGI, 74 ACC, 78 AWR, 52 BTK
Kirby Freeman: 84 OVR, 80 SPD, 62 STR, 80 AGI, 82 ACC, 70 AWR, 52 BTK
Robert Marve: 78 OVR, 80 SPD, 59 STR, 76 AGI, 80 ACC, 59 AWR, 52 BTK
**Javarris James**: 89 OVR, 90 SPD, 74 STR, 90 AGI, 92 ACC, 78 AWR, 87 BTK
Greg Cooper: 83 OVR, 95 SPD, 68 STR, 97 AGI, 95 ACC, 60 AWR, 74 BTK
Charlie Jones: 83 OVR, 89 SPD, 70 STR, 88 AGI, 90 ACC, 78 AWR, 78 BTK
Kylan Robinson: 81 OVR, 89 SPD, 74 STR, 89 AGI, 91 ACC, 59 AWR, 80 BTK
Derron Thomas: 81 OVR, 94 SPD, 65 STR, 93 AGI, 94 ACC, 68 AWR, 74 BTK
Lance Leggett: 89 OVR, 92 SPD, 59 STR, 91 AGI, 94 ACC, 88 AWR, 48 BTK
Darnell Jenkins: 87 OVR, 92 SPD, 52 STR, 93 AGI, 93 ACC, 86 AWR, 48 BTK
Sam Shields: 85 OVR, 93 SPD, 56 STR, 92 AGI, 94 ACC, 74 AWR, 56 BTK
George Robinson: 82 OVR, 93 SPD, 56 STR, 90 AGI, 92 ACC, 74 AWR, 48 BTK
Ryan Hill: 81 OVR, 92 SPD, 56 STR, 92 AGI, 94 ACC, 74 AWR, 56 BTK
 10 years ago '04        #1613
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 UknowWhatItIs said:
Kyle Wright: 86 OVR, 72 SPD, 68 STR, 70 AGI, 74 ACC, 78 AWR, 52 BTK
Robert Marve: 78 OVR, 80 SPD, 59 STR, 76 AGI, 80 ACC, 59 AWR, 52 BTK
*starts marve over wright*
 06-27-2007, 08:52 PM         #1614
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 madness said:
*starts marve over wright*
^^^^^^^^
 06-27-2007, 09:16 PM         #1615
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I hope this OC will help Wright.. I mean look at people like Carson Palmer who was a busy in till they got the right OC in.. I hope Wright shows his skills
 10 years ago '04        #1616
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 P. Dedos said:
disagree

i hope kyle wright is our starter

in real life sure

but in season dynasty mode, i'm goin with the young cat
get his stats up
by year 3 he'll be up for the heisman :applause:
 06-27-2007, 11:24 PM         #1617
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TEAM PROFILE - MIAMI NORTHWESTERN

June 23, 2007

Michael Langston
FlaVarsity.com Publisher
Throughout the summer, FlaVarsity.com will preview football teams across the state. The countdown to kickoff is on!


Aldarius Johnson is one of six Bulls listed on FlaVarsity.com's top 100
FlaVarsity.com heads to Dade County to check out last year's Class 6A State Champion, Miami Northwestern. The Bulls finished the season with a perfect record. Many fans and analysts are expecting a repeat performance. Do they have enough talent to make that happen? Check out our team profile to find out.

How can your team be profiled? Simply fill out our online Team profile questionnaire or email Michael at for more information

We hope to feature many teams as possible as players, coaches and fans gear up for another much anticipated football season. Over the next few months, we'll be busy bringing you team and player updates, top 25 teams in the state, exclusive video, recruiting news and more.

So stay tuned to FlaVarsity.com, your source for high school football.

* Thanks to our friends at the Florida High School Helmet Project for the use of their helmet graphic.




2007 Team Profile

2006 Class 6A State Champion
Head Coach Roland Smith

Last season's record 15-0
Last season's district record 5-0

Class/District 6A-13

Players to watch
Name Rising Year Height Weight Position
Jacory Harris Senior 6'4" 169 Quarterback
Aldarius Johnson Senior 6'2" 200 Wide Receiver
Tommy Streeter Senior 6'6" 200 Wide Receiver
Marcus Forston Senior 6'2" 286 Defensive Tackle
Sean Spence Senior 6'0" 186 Linebacker
Quavon Taylor Senior 6'0" 190 Outside Linebacker


Player profile
Marcus Forston, DT

On being a multi-sport athlete:
I try and do different sports. Also, when I am on the field, I like to change up my moves. I don't like to do the same thing over and over again and that makes me hard to stop.

Outlook

The top football powerhouse this year is the Miami Northwestern Bulls or better well known in Dade County as Da West. The Bulls are as explosive as they come when you consider the talent returning to a team that took home the 6A State Title last season. The Bulls might be even stronger in 2007 and have to be considered to contend for the prep National Championship this season.

One word describes the Miami Northwestern Bulls and that's explosive. The Bulls have the complete package with a dominating defense led by five starters. Powering this talented group is star linebacker Sean Spence and one of the most talented defensive tackles not only in the state, but in the country in Marcus Forston.

Spence is a tackling machine for the Bulls totaling over 150 tackles two interceptions and 2.5 sacks in 2006. The 6-foot, 186 pound standout for Northwestern is exceptional in pass coverage and can really lay the lumber with a big hit anytime. Spence who will be a four year starter, is the heart and soul of an extremely fast Bulls defense.

Forston is a talent in his own right with a dominating presence on the defensive line that no team has figured out how to slow down. He is the consensus top rated lineman out of the state of Florida and currently ranked one of the top defensive lineman in the entire nation. Why? Simply put, Forston is an athletic monster on the line and the 6-foot-2, 286 pound standout is a must to double team against any opponent. Most compare Forston to another talented star that suited up for the Miami Hurricanes in Warren Sapp. As a junior, the impressive four-star prospect finished with over 60 tackles and an astonishing 12 sacks despite playing at position on the defensive line where sacks are hard to come by. Forston has an amazing first step and it's really no secret that just about every college in the country is drooling over his amazing skills on the high school level.

The Bulls are hardly a two man wrecking crew with big time stars LB Quavon Taylor and DE Benjamin Jones returning. Jones is a dominating defensive end that can flat take over a game with his first step off the line of scrimmage. What's even more stunning is the Bulls had to do without the services of Jones last year because of an injury that kept him out the entire season. Expect a break out performance for this 6-foot-6, 270 pound beast at the end position. Taylor is another speedy linebacker for the Bulls that some have compared to Zach Thomas a big star for the Miami Dolphins in the NFL. Taylor had over 60 solo tackles as junior and finished with 1.5 sacks last year.

If that wasn't explosive enough, the Bulls have an array of big targets on the offensive side of the ball with six starters returning off the 2006 State Champions. QB Jacory Harris leads this talented offense which average nearly 40 points per game and no team had an answer to slow down. Harris was a big reason for that throwing for over 2,500 yards and 35 touchdowns. The 6-foot-4, 169 pound standout also finished with only six interceptions on the year. Harris brings a calmness to an offense that is clearly explosive, but his patience in the pocket has been the biggest a.sset for this talented star who will be heading to the University of Miami next season.

Harris will also have two of the biggest and talented wide receivers in the state this year in Aldarius Johnson and Tommy Streeter. Johnson is the cream of the crop when talking about receivers from the Sunshine State. He runs precise routes and is a monster when you are talking about physical receivers. Johnson can do it all and it's really no surprise he is rated the top overall receiver in the state of Florida according to the latest FlaVarsity.com Top 100 rankings. Last year, the 6-foot-2, 200 pound receiver set a Dade County record with 1,361 yards and nineteen touchdowns.

Streeter also was impressive racking up over 800 yards and 16 touchdowns. The 6-foot-6, 200 pound game breaker at wide receiver might not be as polished as his counterpart in Johnson, but he has all the skills to break any game wide open with his long reach and outstanding jumping ability.

Many believe that the Bulls might be a little down in the running game with the departure of Antwain Easterling, but Northwestern has plenty of fire power to work with in running backs Corvin Lamb and last years backup running back Daquan Hargrett. Both have the capability to break off the big run with outstanding speed and while Easterling is a tough loss, expect this talented duo to more than hold up their end of the bargain for the rushing attack.

It's really difficult when you go up and down this lineup to find too many weaknesses with the Bulls. They are experienced, talented, but most of all they have some of the fastest prospects in the state of Florida. There will be challengers this year, but it's going to be really hard to not have the Bulls repeating as 6A Champions again, unless they let their recent success go to their head. The Bulls will find out exactly just how good they are nationally early in the season with a big national match-up with Southlake Carroll (TX), who has been one of the most dominant teams not only in the Lone Star State, but around the entire nation.

Additional players to watch:
#11 WR Kendall Thompson
#90 DE Benjimin Jones
#45 LB Lavonti David
#4 RB Tyrese Jones
#3 RB Corvin Lamb
#21 RB Daquan Hargrett
#56 LB Anthony Jackson
 06-27-2007, 11:26 PM         #1618
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Michael Langston
FlaVarsity.com Publisher

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We all know the immense amount of talent in the Tallahassee area and this season is no exception. Leading the way just might be Rickards head hunting safety Jajuan Harley. The 6-foot-2, 190 pound rising junior spoke to FlaVarsity.com about a change in philosophy and what drives him on the football field.


Rickards safety Jajuan Harley makes a tackle during their jamboree
You name a skill position on defense and Jajuan Harley out of Rickards has probably played it. That's because is an electrifying standout anytime he is near the ball and what's even more scary is Harley is just starting to scratch the services of his talents at the safety position.

"He's so versatile you just want him on the field all the time. Jajuan is a hard hitting safety that will just knock you senseless, but he also has exceptional speed and can handle anyone at the cornerback position. We will probably have him play wide receiver as well for us next season. The thing with Jajuan is he completely understands the game and he is always the hardest worker on the team and the rest of the players see that," explained Rickards a.ssistant coach Fred Anderson.

Coach Anderson and the rest of the Raiders staff will have two more years to have this talented gem at their disposal. As a sophomore, Harley was a tackling machine totaling over 70 solo tackles and over 90 tackles altogether. He also nabbed three interceptions, but Harley indicates you can expect that number to double this season.

"I want at least six interceptions and I know I'm capable of it. Even if I got six I would probably want even more than that. The coverage part of my game is something I most proud of because I have worked really hard the past few years. I got an interception in the Lincoln/Chiles/Rickards jamboree so that really helped build my confidence going into the season."

Despite the early gaudy numbers from this talented underclassmen, he gives nearly all the credit to his teammates. Those that know Harley say it isn't really a surprising gesture for the vocal leader of the defense.

"My teammates always get the credit because without them I wouldn't be able to make the big hits or break loose with the big interception or great play. It's all about the team and what we accomplish together. I just knew someone had to step up on get us focused on improving as a team because I'm not the type of guy that just sits back and takes losing easily. I pushed all the guys in the off-season to hit the weights and put the work in for the spring. I feel our secondary will be the strength of this team. We lost a lot of close games last year and all of the guys have dedicated themselves to changing that."

Harley's talents don't just stop on the offensive or defensive side of the ball. He is also a big special teams weapon.

"Oh yeah, there is no question Jajuan is big time on the punt returns and kick-off returns. He just has a strong feel for finding the gap and then exploding through it. He averaged around 40 yards per punt return last year so we usually know that when he touches the ball something exciting is usually going to happen."

There is no doubt that Harley will be one of the top, if not the best prospect out of the Tallahassee area but this year that distinction belongs to another talented defensive back in five star cornerback Lincoln Trojan T.J. Bryant.

"I like the way T.J. plays. He talks some, but not really as much as the other guys I have gone against. He is definitely a top player and a tough match-up because of his speed and his desire to make the play."

Harley will soon be one of the most sought after prospects in Florida with constant calls and he is ready for the recruiting portion of his career.


Harley can do it all on both sides of the field
"I know as a player I have to prove myself every night so the coaches know it's not just a mirage that I'm one of the best players in the state. It's really going to be crazy, but I'm ready for it. I guess it's just something new I have to deal with. But if anything, it's motivation to not let up."

The talented soon to be junior doesn't have a lot of schools listed yet but some of the schools courting the talented star are FSU, Florida, Miami and Alabama. Miami and FSU both have a couple of early things working in their favor.

"My defensive back coach here at Rickards Corey Fuller played at FSU and he talks highly about the program and how it's a great fit for any talented player because they only take the best of the best there. I know that I'm going to the FSU summer camp on July 11, so I'm looking forward to seeing the school again because sometimes you take it for granted because it's so close to home.

"I didn't have a favorite school growing up, but I do pattern my game after two former Canes in Sean Taylor and Ed Reid. I've just loved their style and that's me in a nutshell I want to hurt you, and I want to deliver a hit so hard that your going to remember coming across my area of the field."

The Canes also have another thing working for them in former Rickards star Ryan Hill who is now hoping to land a starting position with the Canes this year.

"Yeah Ryan talks about Da U a lot and just has a lot of nice things to say about them. He talks about how it's a family, and how much he would like to see me there with him. He also mentioned that he thinks there is a good chance he could be starting at wide receiver so I'm looking forward in seeing what he can do out there."

The battle for one of the state's top players in 2009 could once again be yet another Miami/FSU battle but which side holds the edge? That answer won't be answered for a while, but should be a fun ride.
 06-27-2007, 11:27 PM         #1619
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Great site for Florida High School sh*t.. Just not seniors but every year.. You see any articles you want holla.
 10 years ago '07        #1620
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dammmm, this thread is huge....i didnt know this was here...I know soooo much bout them canes so ima start chattin regularly now wit yall
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