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RE: Class of 2022 - Phogge - 06-17-2021

Two commits and holding... and holding...and holding...


RE: Class of 2022 - SamuelMcF - 06-17-2021

(06-17-2021, 09:18 AM)VB Card Wrote:  Barrett Miller's brother committed to Michigan State yesterday, was one of our OT targets...



Door #1

We have a LOT of people OV-ing this weekend and 2 weekends from now. Camps happening too. (Ayomanor dominated.)


RE: Class of 2022 - OutsiderFan - 06-17-2021

Is this a safe assumption?

Given there are now Summer Official Visits, there are no SAT/ACT scores to consider, and the fact many recruits want their college decision made before their Senior season, Stanford Football should have more commits before September than is typically the case?


RE: Class of 2022 - BostonCard - 06-17-2021

(06-17-2021, 12:44 PM)OutsiderFan Wrote:  Is this a safe assumption?

Given there are now Summer Official Visits, there are no SAT/ACT scores to consider, and the fact many recruits want their college decision made before their Senior season, Stanford Football should have more commits before September than is typically the case?

It's useful in such instances to consider the track record of the poster, and I don't think there is a poster as plugged into the program that shares as much as Sam.

In other words, it probably comes on good authority.

BC


RE: Class of 2022 - Phogge - 06-17-2021

OF is just asking. When you have only two commits and others keep committing elsewhere I have no problem with probing the expert. The recent recruiting effort should give all Stanford fans pause.


RE: Class of 2022 - BostonCard - 06-17-2021

I may have misread OF's post.  I read his post as asking whether the door #1 comment was a safe assumption. (yes)  I apologize if that is not what you were asking, OF.

Whether his own assumption (that Stanford should have more commits by now) is safe, I will defer to the expert here.  I will note that the median number of commits in the Pac-12 is 5.5, the lowest (Utah) is 1, and Stanford is 11th in the Pac-12 in number of commits.  And/but Stanford is usually near the bottom at this point in the cycle, so this is not unusual.  Whether it should be, OTOH, is a different story.

BC


RE: Class of 2022 - VB Card - 06-17-2021

(07-22-2020, 03:03 PM)SamuelMcF Wrote:  

Well, it's pretty damn clear we're going for 2 RBs in this class. Hayes reports a 3.9 GPA and is crazy athletic.
https://247sports.com/Player/Ashton-Hayes-46085301/
 

Hayes committed to Nebraska today. Staff hadn't really been on him recently. 

https://twitter.com/HuskerExtraPG/status/1405647784972361729?s=20 


RE: Class of 2022 - SamuelMcF - 06-17-2021

(06-17-2021, 05:50 PM)VB Card Wrote:  
(07-22-2020, 03:03 PM)SamuelMcF Wrote:  

Well, it's pretty damn clear we're going for 2 RBs in this class. Hayes reports a 3.9 GPA and is crazy athletic.
https://247sports.com/Player/Ashton-Hayes-46085301/
 

Hayes committed to Nebraska today. Staff hadn't really been on him recently. 

https://twitter.com/HuskerExtraPG/status/1405647784972361729?s=20 

Also door #1, months ago


RE: Class of 2022 - OutsiderFan - 06-18-2021

I thought my question was simple. But nobody answered it.

Usually, every letter in a post is scrutinized around here, so I figured asking about three variables in one question would net an answer.  Moreover, I knew if any of the assumptions I was making about those variables was wrong, they would be corrected.

I'm not interested in where Stanford sits relative to other Pac-12 schools now or what is the historical norm at this time of a year, because I see this year as unique for Stanford Football recruiting and am curious if being more aggressive with OVs and not having standardized test scores to consider is expected to yield more commits before High School seasons start than is typically the case.


RE: Class of 2022 - Phogge - 06-18-2021

In my industry the only thing that matters is what’s on the screen. Two commits by late June is not Oscar talk.


RE: Class of 2022 - JohnR34231 - 06-20-2021

Looks like the days when we would beat out the Domers for key recruits are in the rear view mirror.

https://longhornswire.usatoday.com/2021/06/19/texas-longhorons-recruiting-niuafe-tuihalamaka-commitment-notre-dame-fighting-irish/

The kid was from California, too.


RE: Class of 2022 - VB Card - 06-22-2021

(03-09-2020, 09:16 PM)SamuelMcF Wrote:  First 2 offers for '22 have come out.


4* WR from Texas.

4* APB from Valor Christian, CMac's HS in Colorado. Speed demon with a 10.62 100m dash PR as a sophomore.
 

Sawchuk committed to Oklahoma today. We'd been out of it for a few months. 

https://twitter.com/SWiltfong247/status/1407377622150139909?s=20 


RE: Class of 2022 - Spiny_Norman - 06-25-2021

USC has really ramped up its recruiting efforts and it's producing results.

https://www.latimes.com/sports/usc/story/2021-06-25/usc-football-national-recruiting-buzz

Quote:During the shutdown, USC rebuilt its entire operation, more than doubled the size of its full-time recruiting staff (from five to 11) and launched an in-house branding and creative studio to help athletes eventually capitalize on their name, image and likeness.

Quote:Every Friday in June, USC has taken visiting recruits to dinner at SoFi Stadium. Then, every Sunday, they’re treated to a final brunch at a house on The Strand in Manhattan Beach.In between, there are photo shoots and campus tours, NIL presentations and even impromptu beach trips, all with the intent of selling recruits not only on USC, but all Los Angeles has to offer.



RE: Class of 2022 - OutsiderFan - 06-25-2021

(06-25-2021, 10:51 AM)Spiny_Norman Wrote:  USC has really ramped up its recruiting efforts and it's producing results.

https://www.latimes.com/sports/usc/story/2021-06-25/usc-football-national-recruiting-buzz

Quote:During the shutdown, USC rebuilt its entire operation, more than doubled the size of its full-time recruiting staff (from five to 11) and launched an in-house branding and creative studio to help athletes eventually capitalize on their name, image and likeness.

Quote:Every Friday in June, USC has taken visiting recruits to dinner at SoFi Stadium. Then, every Sunday, they’re treated to a final brunch at a house on The Strand in Manhattan Beach.In between, there are photo shoots and campus tours, NIL presentations and even impromptu beach trips, all with the intent of selling recruits not only on USC, but all Los Angeles has to offer.

Totally sounds like amateur sports to me!


RE: Class of 2022 - Phogge - 06-25-2021

Hollywood beats the production Ghetto on Townsend Street.

Bikinis and monokinis on So Cal beaches impossible to beat in Santa Cruz.

Stanford, me thinks, will not get into a facilities war with SC.


RE: Class of 2022 - Maple Leaf - 06-25-2021

(06-25-2021, 11:23 AM)OutsiderFan Wrote:  
(06-25-2021, 10:51 AM)Spiny_Norman Wrote:  USC has really ramped up its recruiting efforts and it's producing results.

https://www.latimes.com/sports/usc/story/2021-06-25/usc-football-national-recruiting-buzz

Quote:During the shutdown, USC rebuilt its entire operation, more than doubled the size of its full-time recruiting staff (from five to 11) and launched an in-house branding and creative studio to help athletes eventually capitalize on their name, image and likeness.

Quote:Every Friday in June, USC has taken visiting recruits to dinner at SoFi Stadium. Then, every Sunday, they’re treated to a final brunch at a house on The Strand in Manhattan Beach.In between, there are photo shoots and campus tours, NIL presentations and even impromptu beach trips, all with the intent of selling recruits not only on USC, but all Los Angeles has to offer.

Totally sounds like amateur sports to me!

Yep, got to have amateur sports to go along with amateur ncaa compliance, and amateur athletic graduation rates.


RE: Class of 2022 - Goose - 06-25-2021

(06-25-2021, 11:51 AM)Maple Leaf Wrote:  Yep, got to have amateur sports to go along with amateur ncaa compliance, and amateur athletic graduation rates.
Yes, but all that is hitched to world-class legal liabilities. One wonders how this is all possible while the rest of the university is in a virtual hiring freeze.


RE: Class of 2022 - Maple Leaf - 06-25-2021

(06-25-2021, 12:17 PM)Goose Wrote:  
(06-25-2021, 11:51 AM)Maple Leaf Wrote:  Yep, got to have amateur sports to go along with amateur ncaa compliance, and amateur athletic graduation rates.
Yes, but all that is hitched to world-class legal liabilities. One wonders how this is all possible while the rest of the university is in a virtual hiring freeze.

Anybody who has worked at or has had consultant contracts with universities with 'out of control' athletic programs which dominate the school this is the norm.  There is always money for coaches and athletic facilities, but not for the academics.  A leak library roof vs covered/secured parking for athletic department folks, guess which one at the top of the listed of maintenance items and which one is at the bottom of the list at best?


RE: Class of 2022 - slide - 06-25-2021

is $C going to move any of its home games from the Mausoleum to SoFi?


RE: Class of 2022 - Phogge - 06-25-2021

and holding... and holding...