With Signing Day approaching, I'm reminded of the first time I witnessed the outright foolishness that is Kellen Winslow.... I remember two years ago on signing day, FoxSportsNet was doing their marathon special on recruiting. That was the year LSU landed Micheal Clayton, Marcus Spears, Ben Wilkerson, etc. Anyway, I remember that their big feature was that Kellen Winslow II (what a joke name that is) was going to announce his decision with his dad at the end of the show. Honestly, I had no idea who the kid was at the time (other than his father's son), but I kept watching just to see. He comes on the show and he was just as cocky then as he is now. He says that his final three schools are Miami (just coming off the "we were cheated by the BCS" year), Washington (coming off a Rose Bowl year) and Michigan State (coming off a 5-6 year after Saban left). SO, him and his dad go on and on about the benefits of each school. Miami was rising. Washington was closer. Michigan State had an African-American coach. In the end, Kellen Sr says that he wants his son to wait to make a decision because he doesn't think that he's ready.... HE WASN'T READY? What's the whole recruiting period for? Did he not have time to think about college while he was watching his daddy and that know-nothing "talent" on Fox? This is when I started to despise the kid and his father. Granted Signing Day is just the FIRST day that you can sign a letter or intent, but most kids do it then. Learning from the way LSU has to juggle commits this year, I'm sure all three of those schools (or at least two) had the same problem at that time. This jackass just makes it worse by holding out. Anyway, the rest of the story is that he signs with Miami and I just naturally hated him for real then. The End. P.S. And while I'm at it, what's with parents putting roman numerals behind their kids' names? Is it not enough that you have to show the world you can't think of an original name? Do you have to make the kid's name look like the title to a Rocky movie?