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Discussion in 'Recruiting' started by internationalaw, Feb 1, 2012.
2013 is a weak year for DTs in Texas.
Gave you one.
Well, lets goto SEC country and start nabbing some.
Cool he can help re make broke back mountain.. Jusssst Kidding!!!
This is a kid that is going to be putting a hurt on some of those **** and *****'s that went elsewhere.
Way to go young man. Looking forward to seeing you play in the O&B.
If Ramachar plays at WLB this could be our best LB class ever.
Tshimanga - MLB
Ramachar - WLB
Jacobs - Star
Glad this kid is coming.
Ramacher is playing on offense and there's a good chance Tshimanga ends up at DE.
Didn't we sign truck load of DEs? Please keep Tshimanga at MLB.
I'll do my best?
Ryan Simmons, Caleb Lavey, and Tyler Johnson will provide good depth there. I agree Tshimanga could play MLB....but if we need him at DE and he makes the size then it sounds good.
Just watched YouTube video of him. Looks like a faster version of Andre sexton. Kind of looks like him too. Fights off blocks, splits the gaps... A perfect blitzer for Bill Youngs scheme.
This LB depth may allow us to move someone like levy to DE if he gets I'll bigger
You can never have too many defensive linemen.
Unless you have 85 of them.
Here comes Bullet!
I'd like to see a team of 85 defensive linemen run the K-State offense.
If we had 85 d-linemen and played walk-ons everywhere else, I bet we would still get 6 wins. That would mean we would likely have 4 NFL d-linemen just from a shear numbers perspective and 3 really slow starting LBs, and a pretty dang good o-line.
Big bodies are VERY important in college football.