Class of 2017

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  1. Heretic

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    3-star running back, Jackson McChesney, of Utah, commits to BYU:

    http://sports.yahoo.com/ncaa/football/recruiting/player-Jackson-McChesney-166512

    Great measureables, 4.49/40 and 35" vertical. Had only one scholarship offer despite his 3-star ranking. Typical caste treatment.

    It'll probably be a while until you see him on the field though, as he's going on a two-year mission after he graduates from high school.
     
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    You just beat me to it. I was just checking on some recruits and saw that. I guess he's considered a PRO-style QB now. I kind of agree with you, but after how well Harbaugh developed Ruddock this year, it's hard to really blame him. Ruddock looked great this year and was stellar in the bowl game against Florida, making all the right decisions as well as knowing how to use the pocket like a seasoned NFL veteran.
     
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    I hope this kid re-evaluates his decision to go to Illinois now that "Hatie" Smith is the new coach. He was recruited and offered a scholarship by Cubit, who was sacked the other day. He also has offers from Michigan and West Virginia, among others.

    I heard the Illinois athletic director wanted to hire a head coach that would enthuse and excite recruits (read: black players). Seeing that Illinois, under Cubit, already had two White commits in Caste positions for his 2017 class (a DL and this kid, a three-star RB), that was probably enough to alarm the cuck athletic director into action...

    https://n.rivals.com/content/prospects/4201
     
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    I was looking through 247, and saw a white player committing to Northwestern, and decided to look at their class. Turns out, they have a strong class going, with 5 out of their 7 commits so far being white. What's better is, 4 of them are on defense!! Go Wildcats!

    Notre Dame has a strong defensive class going as well, with three LBs committed so far; if only Kelly would actually recruit a QB again!!
     
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    I do believe ND got a white QB for the class of 2016 - not sure though. I despise Kelly - turning his back on white qbs though - it's beyond pathetic as his whole career was built on white QBs.
     
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    Wow, I just looked at their commits a couple of days ago and there was just the one White LB, which I thought was a miracle in itself. Now two more White LB and (gasp!) a White DL! Kelly already got his 2017 Quotaback, though.

    The DE that just committed to Northwestern had offers from many Uni's, however, Nebraska only recruited him as a TE, just like their last minute 2016 offer to native Nebraska LB, David Engelhaupt, stealing him away from Wyoming where he was recruited to play LB. He is 6'4", 235lbs, with 4.5/40 speed...but still not good enough (read: black enough) to play defense at Nebraska. Glad he went to Northwestern.

    Nebraska's DWFs/Cucks were orgasmic earlier this week, ultimately having to change their panties, because Keyshawn Johnson's highly-ranked WR son committed to playing for them.
     
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    LOL, I saw this as well. You would've thought they had just gotten Jerry Rice or Fred Biletnikoff in their prime the way they reacted.
     
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    Northwestern follows up with another great signing today with a Safety from Texas:

    http://www.hudl.com/athlete/2602992/austin-hiller

    Noticed this from an article about him on rivals...
    "A Texas sports writers association first-team all-state defense pick..."

    This is Texas, not some smaller "insignificant" state, yet, still, only mid-to-low-level college programs had offered him...only if he had some of that magical black "upside", he would've been ranked 4-stars with 30 different major D1 offers by now...
     
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    I'm pumped about McCaffrey's brother as a dual threat qb headed to Michigan and now Alstotts son headed
    to Purdue. Exciting times in college football.
     
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    Nebraska lands consensus 4-star QB:
    https://n.rivals.com/content/prospects/maple/169081

    With their 2016 QB pickup as well as Tulane transfer Tanner Lee and now their 2017 QB pickup, it appears the Quotaback experiment at Nebraska is a thing of the past...at least for now.
     
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    Kind of disappointing to see Grant Calcaterra commit to the Sooners. I saw the news on 247sports.com which, in their headline on him, prefaced his name with "Tight End".

    Here's his profile on Rivals: https://n.rivals.com/content/prospects/maple/185840

    Note that he's officially listed as a 6'4" 205lb "Athlete" who played WR in high school. Why do "they" (not just 247sports) then reference him as a "Tight End"? There's plenty of 6'3" + 225+lb players out there that truly fit that mold and played that position in high school. Why recruit a 205 lb "Athlete" who has no experience playing Tight End and go to the trouble of shaping and molding him into becoming one and then learn the position from scratch when they could just easily recruit one that actually played that position in high school, is the requisite size, and therefore "shovel ready"?

    Of course, those are just rhetorical questions for us here at CF. Obviously, this is a just another blatant example of pigeonholing White players into their appropriate Caste positions and the "agenda" from the recruiting sites and the associated media couldn't be more clear.
     
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    Here's a blurb from an article on Grant Calcaterra and the person that helped recruit him to Oklahoma, current "Tight End", Mark Andrews. Yes, that Mark Andrews that played WR in high school and the one that we thought was going to play WR at OU. Well, it appears that he's now been moved to the more racially-appropriate position of "Tight End" as well (as if Oklahoma would ever really recruit a White WR, no matter how good he was...what were we thinking...):

    Thursday night's commitment from Grant Calcaterra had no small connection to getting a chance to see Oklahoma's current tight end, Mark Andrews, work through spring practices recently. Since then the two have stayed in touch but knowing Andrews out of high school and his reticence to be listed as a tight end, much less be forced to play with his hand in the dirt, it's funny to see him as a tight end recruiting aid for the Sooners.

    SCOOPHD breaks down just what the Sooners have landed in Calcaterra along with the surprise that the nation's No. 40 athlete would get a recruiting pitch as a tight end from a player who just two years ago was in the same shoes and vocally opposed to the idea.
     
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    I personally found on the web and reported it here 2 years ago that Andrews would not go to Oklahoma unless he plays wr. This is a travesty. In decent news rb Wyatt Shallman for Michigan looks to be getting more carries this year than the paltry 3 he got last year. At least he is no longer a 4th string te. I just looked up Kansas' 2016 depth chart as of 3 days ago and Schacter is not even on the 5 deep or listed as a kr. Just strange.
     

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