Q.B. Jordan Reever

Discussion in 'LSU RECRUITING' started by edyel, Jan 20, 2004.

  1. edyel

    edyel edyel

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    out of Garland,Tx. 6'2",200lb. runs 4.7-40. Athletic,good downfield vision,reads coverages very well, is a playmaker and wants to be an LSU Tiger. Sign 'em up.:lsug:
     
  2. DDTigerFan

    DDTigerFan Back from the Dead

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    I'd rather not have him when I look at some other recruits we could land, but if Nick thinks he is good enough than I'm sure he is.
     
  3. edyel

    edyel edyel

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    I don't know why K. Doll ( linebackers coach ) would be heavily recruiting him but if Fisher wants him, that should be good enough for anybody. All it takes is for one good hit on a Q.B. in one game to take them out for a while and if you don't have good back-ups you can kiss that run for the N.C. good-bye.
     
  4. G_MAN113

    G_MAN113 Freshman

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    Coaches recruit territories, not positions. Therefore, it wouldn't be unusual to see, say Will Muschamp, recruiting a running back
    if the kid is in Muschamp's assigned recruiting territory.
     
  5. edyel

    edyel edyel

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    Thanks G_Man, I was wondering why a linebackers coach would recruit a Q.B. That is what I really like about this board. I didn't get flamed right away for being "STUPID" Rather an LSU fan with knowledge passed it along. I hope this "Saban Class" continues. Thanks Brett ( and others ) for keeping this board "Saban Approved"
     
  6. SabanFan

    SabanFan The voice of reason

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    I didn't know that either. Ditto what edyel said.
     
  7. bayareatiger

    bayareatiger If it's too loud YOU'RE TOO OLD

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    That's one of the reasons why losing Lance Thompson to UCF could be a concern, because his recruiting area was N.O., and look at the great strides we've made down there after getting KILLED by everybody else (Mich, Mia, FSU, etc.).

    The last several years have been good for us in the Crescent City.

    But he was going there to be a DC, and ya can't fault a man for following his dream.
     
  8. tiger777

    tiger777 Freshman

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    bayar your right but i think overall it has to do a lot with saban. he has made a commitment to recruit N.O. hard and it has paid off.
     
  9. bayareatiger

    bayareatiger If it's too loud YOU'RE TOO OLD

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    You're right...

    In military parlance N.O. should be considered a
    "target rich environment"...

    It's so nice to see Nick lockin' up the border...
     

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