First of all, I am an expert about recruiting (internet message board certified)! Based on Guyer's picture alone, I can tell you he will be a 1st team All-American by 2009. Guyer's neck is at least 1/4" wider than Shaggy's (not to give my secrets away but come on we are all experts right )
Made 11 of 14 field goal attempts
Made 37 of 39 PAT
51 of 61 kick-offs were touchbacks
I know Zach's family. Along with the schools already mentioned in this thread he was talking to UNI and Illinois. ISU was basically recruiting him from day one. Zach's dad is a big Cornhusker fan so I originally thought he may go there but I guess not.
M&M interviewed him tonight on KXNO a few minutes after 5. The kid sounded like he was caught off-guard (I didn't catch the first part to see if it was planned or not) and a little confused.
He doesn't need to interview well though - just put the ball through the uprights.
Yeah, it wasn't the best interview in the world. Lots of mumbling and confusion like you say. He made it sound like he wasn't getting a lot of interest in the recruiting world and was more than happy to get an offer from Iowa State. He said something about how he was planning to visit UNI this weekend (cancelled) and that he was going to take an unoffical to Illinois sometime before ISU offered. I'm glad we offered and frankly I don't know what took so long.
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