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RE: Class of 2022 - BostonCard - 08-20-2020

Some info on the 2022 Tight End targets (I don't think it's paywalled);

https://stanford.rivals.com/news/stanford-making-a-big-push-for-tight-ends-in-2022

Four offers out at the position.  WE could take as many as three (after striking out in 2021 unless you count Taylor, and not exactly having a logjam in earlier classes).

BC


RE: Class of 2022 - BostonCard - 08-20-2020

Some info on safeties...

https://247sports.com/college/stanford/Article/Stanford-22-Safety-Recruiting-New-Names-Ephesians-Prysock-Sherrod-Covil-Jr-Krish-Patel-150517894/

BC


RE: Class of 2022 - slide - 08-20-2020

(08-20-2020, 09:23 AM)SamuelMcF Wrote:  
(08-20-2020, 08:24 AM)slide Wrote:  
(08-19-2020, 05:47 PM)newguy Wrote:  
(08-18-2020, 05:26 PM)BostonCard Wrote:  By the way, Otten is more grateful to receive an offer from Stanford University than Schrauth as he put two exclamation points after the quote, while Schrauth only put one exclamation point`.

BC

judging by past results, i'd say this is more informative than 247's crystal ball forecasts.

must be a pretty informative exclamation point.  247's Pac-12 recruiting guy.
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I think you missed the sarcasm, slide.

nope, I got it.  just piling on.  

Huffman, fwiw, changed his crystal ball for our best hope on interior DL.  I hope he is wrong, but his CB track record is pretty good.

TS Eliot's whimper commentary seems to describe well the Shaw-led recruiting effort of late.


RE: Class of 2022 - BobK - 08-20-2020

Or maybe the CB is old ?


RE: Class of 2022 - SamuelMcF - 08-20-2020

(08-20-2020, 06:37 PM)BobK Wrote:  Or maybe the CB is old ?

No, it's brand new. But same low confidence.


RE: Class of 2022 - BostonCard - 08-23-2020

https://247sports.com/college/stanford/Article/Stanford-22-Defensive-Line-Recruiting-New-Names-Billy-Schrauth-Mykel-Williams-Aiden-Gobaira-Damonic-Williams-150605300/

Some names on the DL.  Unfortunately, most have CB predictions for going elsewhere...

BC


RE: Class of 2022 - SamuelMcF - 08-24-2020



4* S from SoCal. 3.7 GPA. Sierra Canyon is Ziaire Williams' alma mater, and '22 OL target Kenji Swanson is his teammate.

Now up to 36 offers in '22. This is an unprecedented number under Shaw. For comparison, '19 and '20 were at 26/27 at this point in the cycle, and what looks to be a massive bummer of a '21 class hit 16 on the same day. (Oh, and 2018 was at 5. Lol. What an embarrassment.) 

Now if only more of these offers were DL...


RE: Class of 2022 - Mick - 08-24-2020

(08-24-2020, 11:24 AM)SamuelMcF Wrote:  

4* S from SoCal. 3.7 GPA. Sierra Canyon is Ziaire Williams' alma mater, and '22 OL target Kenji Swanson is his teammate.

Now up to 36 offers in '22. This is an unprecedented number under Shaw. For comparison, '19 and '20 were at 26/27 at this point in the cycle, and what looks to be a massive bummer of a '21 class hit 16 on the same day. (Oh, and 2018 was at 5. Lol. What an embarrassment.) 

Now if only more of these offers were DL...

Another future student at the University of Stanford...


RE: Class of 2022 - Maple Leaf - 08-24-2020

(08-24-2020, 11:24 AM)SamuelMcF Wrote:  

4* S from SoCal. 3.7 GPA. Sierra Canyon is Ziaire Williams' alma mater, and '22 OL target Kenji Swanson is his teammate.

Now up to 36 offers in '22. This is an unprecedented number under Shaw. For comparison, '19 and '20 were at 26/27 at this point in the cycle, and what looks to be a massive bummer of a '21 class hit 16 on the same day. (Oh, and 2018 was at 5. Lol. What an embarrassment.) 

Now if only more of these offers were DL...

I wonder if Men's Basketball Recruiting efforts (and success) has had an impact on Shaw's thinking/approach to recruiting?


RE: Class of 2022 - SamuelMcF - 08-24-2020

(08-24-2020, 12:28 PM)Maple Leaf Wrote:  I wonder if Men's Basketball Recruiting efforts (and success) has had an impact on Shaw's thinking/approach to recruiting?

MBB doesn't offer that many guys either. Haase and his assistants, however, are known as very good relationship-builders and put in a ton of effort identifying, offering, and recruiting a few guys HARD early (Isa Silva, Ziaire Williams, and KZ Okpala are all examples of this) and generally keeping tabs on a wide array of prospects to possibly offer later (Spencer Jones an absolute gem of an example, and '20 late signee Michael O'Connell looks promising). From what (little) I know, this "ton of effort" has not been echoed by the football staff and the head man. Maybe that's changing, who knows.

MBB also has the luxury of only needing to sign 3-5 guys per class, versus football's 18-22. And signing just one super-stud per class is enough to make the whole class look good, versus in football needing a bunch more higher-end commits to have the same appealing effect.


RE: Class of 2022 - slide - 08-24-2020

(08-24-2020, 01:11 PM)SamuelMcF Wrote:  
(08-24-2020, 12:28 PM)Maple Leaf Wrote:  I wonder if Men's Basketball Recruiting efforts (and success) has had an impact on Shaw's thinking/approach to recruiting?

MBB doesn't offer that many guys either. Haase and his assistants, however, are known as very good relationship-builders and put in a ton of effort identifying, offering, and recruiting a few guys HARD early (Isa Silva, Ziaire Williams, and KZ Okpala are all examples of this) and generally keeping tabs on a wide array of prospects to possibly offer later (Spencer Jones an absolute gem of an example, and '20 late signee Michael O'Connell looks promising). From what (little) I know, this "ton of effort" has not been echoed by the football staff and the head man. Maybe that's changing, who knows.

MBB also has the luxury of only needing to sign 3-5 guys per class, versus football's 18-22. And signing just one super-stud per class is enough to make the whole class look good, versus in football needing a bunch more higher-end commits to have the same appealing effect.

really a tale of two cities.  one head coach flies to Europe to see an American recruit play in a tournament and further the relationship.  the other head coach passes on going to watch a recruit play down the street from him.  this recruit is in NFL; let's see how the former recruit does.


RE: Class of 2022 - BostonCard - 08-24-2020

And yet, the guy who flew to Europe to see a recruit in Europe has yet to take the team to the NCAA tournament, and the guy who couldn't be bothered to watch a recruit down the street has three Pac-12 championships and nine total bowl games, and has failed to make the post-season once.  Of course, as they say, "past performance is not predictive of future results", and, I'm really hoping Haas breaks through this coming year.

BC


RE: Class of 2022 - Phogge - 08-24-2020

Some guys get stale and some don’t.


RE: Class of 2022 - BostonCard - 08-24-2020

Indeed; and it is obvious that some people here think Shaw should be in the day-old bread section.

BC


RE: Class of 2022 - SamuelMcF - 08-24-2020



Second 4* DB offer of the day, this time a S from Florida.
https://247sports.com/Player/Devin-Moore-46085619/

That's 37. I wonder if we hit 40 offers this cycle before 2021 hit 20 (end of September).


RE: Class of 2022 - slide - 08-25-2020

(08-24-2020, 03:43 PM)BostonCard Wrote:  And yet, the guy who flew to Europe to see a recruit in Europe has yet to take the team to the NCAA tournament, and the guy who couldn't be bothered to watch a recruit down the street has three Pac-12 championships and nine total bowl games, and has failed to make the post-season once.  Of course, as they say, "past performance is not predictive of future results", and, I'm really hoping Haas breaks through this coming year.

BC

very true on your points above.  one guy inherited a sound, nationally competitive program and the other guy, well, not so much.  

with our latest 3-star commit (per 247), I'd note we are up to 91st nationally and almost up to 11th in the Pac-12.  progress!


RE: Class of 2022 - Papa John - 08-25-2020

I, for one, am not close to giving up on David Shaw. I reject the notion that his success through 2017 is entirely due to Jim Harbaugh. That's not to  say that I'm not concerned at the state of recruiting. He had low-ranked classes in 2013 and 2017, and he will likely have a low-ranked class in 2021. Shaw's strength and weakness is that he is not quick to make changes. But it's clear by his approach to 2022 that he is adapting to changes in the recruiting world, and I am happy to give him every chance to succeed before I doubt his coaching abilities.


RE: Class of 2022 - SamuelMcF - 08-27-2020

TWO QB offers tonight. Both studs.






https://247sports.com/Player/Braden-Davis-46081684/
https://247sports.com/Player/AJ-Duffy-46079777/


RE: Class of 2022 - BobK - 08-27-2020




A QB.




And another QB


RE: Class of 2022 - SamuelMcF - 08-28-2020

It should be noted the parallels between these two offers and the two 2017 QB offers, Davis Mills and Jake Bentley. Both were offered at the same time, and both in August before Junior year.