Bo Williams came up about 24 hrs after we contacted him. He fell IN LOVE with ISU on his visit and Rob Mac told a story about him jumping in the snow and doing a snow angel. He said he was a top 5 RB in the country 2 years ago. He said he also got 3rd in the 100 meter dash in the in-door track meet recently and only didn't win because he thought the finish line was earlier than it was. He ran 40 meters in 4.27 secs. No big deal:)
I loved this post but had some questions about the accuracy here--I was wondering if anyone would catch it before I got back online.
For example--the 100 isn't usually run at indoor meets. The 60 is. A poster also mentioned that at the Cyclone Invitational, Bo ran a 7.27 in his heat--IIRC.
Remember that game as a kid when someone whispers a statement in someone else's ear, and it makes it around the room, whispered from ear to ear, and you see at the end what came out? I'm wondering if some of the facts didn't get a little garbled somewhere along the line.
Love the idea of recruiting 6'7" TE's and converting them to OL positions. They add the size/strength in college but keep the quickness and athleticism...that has been the path taken by a lot of very successful offensive linemen.
Great post Cyclonebillski. Thanks for providing highlights of his comments. Wow - can't help but be excited already for next year after hearing about the players, etc. Nice comment about Franklin - really speaks to comment the players are making to the program. Also great to hear good players want to come here...
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