I don't know about anyone else, but Im not going to get excited or even waste any time thinking this kid could be good when he is only a 1 star recruit.. That is something that the "old" ISU fans used to do.... Most of the time when they are 1 star, they dont turn out to be play makers or even see time on the field.
Do far we are picking up several 1 and 2 star people - the acerage stars have been going down. A couple players are ranked by position, but most of them are not. It loos like a McC #59 class only with more speed. Coaches will teach them the skills. Our staff has to be good coaches because the recruiting is getting tougher in Texas.
CFH HMagic bball season.
Let my fred's Four Horsemen ride.
I agree completely.. but if we dont start looking at other people or trying to get others.. then chizik will have all the same problem that danny mac had... you got about 3-4 actual talented people trying to make things happen with 7 other guys who just are out there to run through the motions.
Hammerschmidt is finally in the CR database. Interesting, looks like a guy with a good frame and athleticism. I suppose if he's needed at tight end, he'll play as a true frosh, otherwise he'll have a year to gain muscle and settle in somewhere.
I wouldn't worry about the stars, either. By signing day Rivals will have tossed on a couple of stars to those guys currently without, just because they signed with a Big XII school.
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