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LiveSteam
02-02-2011, 01:00 PM
AARON GREEN
RUNNING BACK
San Antonio, Texas
James Madison

5'11" 191 lbs.
4.4 40-yard dash
4.07 Shuttle
33 inch Vertical
355 lb Bench Max
23 Bench Reps
410 lb Squat Max

Rivals Rating: 4 stars
Rivals Position Rank: 9
Rivals National Rank: 58
Scout Rating: 5 stars
Scout Position Rank: #3
Scout Grade: 85
State of Texas Position Rank: 9
GPA: 3.0

TODD PEAT JR.
DT
Tempe, AZ
Corona Del Sol HS
6'3" 300 lbs.

Scout: 4 star
Rivals: 4 star
BIO
One of the top defensive tackle prospects in the country, Peat is as the #14 best at his position by Scout.com and the #16 best by Rivals.com. During his senior season he had 17 tackles for loss and 6 sacks while overall recording 65 tackles. Over 20 colleges were recruiting this excellent prospect who is said to possess an excellent burst off the line of scrimmage and to be a very stout rush defender. Although he had many excellent schools offering him scholarships, his final three choices are Nebraska, Arizona State and Oregon State.

Offers
Alabam, Arizona, Arizona State, Colorado, Oregon State, Stanford, Wake Forest, Arkansas, Duke, Kansas, Northern Illinois, San Diego State, Washington & Miami, FL

BUBBA STARLING
QUARTERBACK; ATHLETE
Gardner, Kansas
Gardner Edgerton

6'5" 195 lbs.
4.5 40-yard dash
3.4 GPA
22 SAT

Rivals Rating: 4 stars
Rivals Position Rank: 7
Rivals National Rank:
Rivals State Rank: 2
Scout Rating: 4 stars
Scout Position Rank: 6
Scout Grade: 81
ESPN Overall Rank: 112

KEVIN WILLIAMS
Defensive Tackle
Holland, Ohio
Springfield Local
6'2" 275 lbs.
4.9 40-yard dash
365 Bench Max
515 Squat Max
29 Vertical
4.6 Shuttle
3.3 GPA
Rivals Rating: 3 stars
Rivals Position Rank: 38
Rivals National Rank:
Rivals State Rank: 19
Scout Rating: 4 stars
Scout Position Rank: 20
Scout Grade: 79

Jamal Turner
Quarterback
Arlington, Texas
Sam Houston
6'1" 175 lbs.
4.49 40-yard dash
Rivals Rating: 4 stars
Rivals Position Rank: 8
Rivals National Rank: 151
Rivals State Rank: 24
Scout Rating: 4 stars
Scout Position Rank: 7
Scout Grade: 81
ESPN Position Rank: 5
ESPN Overall Rank: 49
Accolades
Army All American, ESPN 150
Turner threw for 2,063 yards and rushed for 2,032 in 10 games last fall against 5A competition. That is the largest classification in Texas. Turner holds 38 school records and hold 19 city marks. He ranks as the only player in Arlington Independent School history to rush and pass for 200 yards in a game. Oh.....he did it four times prior to his senior year.

Personal Info
Is quoted as saying "if the pocket breaks down, I can create my own pocket".
Averages 15 points a game in basketball
He is a very confident person who does not mind having to prove himself or be the underdog.

Offers
Baylor, Oklahoma, Oklahoma State, Purdue, TCU, Texas A&M, Vanderbilt
THIS KID ,IS THE SHIT!!!

TYLER MOORE
OFFENSIVE LINE
Clearwater Florida
Countryside High School
6'6" 305 lbs.
5.07 40-yard dash
4.75 20 yard shuttle
23.8 inch Vertical
3.5 GPA
Rivals Rating: 4 stars
Rivals Position Rank: 7
Rivals National Rank: 67
Rivals State Rank: 15
Scout Rating: 4 stars
Scout Position Rank: 8
Scout Grade: 78
Espn Position Rank: 29
Accolades
Army All American, ESPN 150, First team All State OL in class 5A as Junior

CHARLES JACKSON
CORNERBACK
Klein, Texas
Klein Collins
5'11" 180 lbs.
4.4 40-yard dash
Shuttle
40 inch Vertical
Rivals Rating: 4 stars
Rivals Position Rank: 7
Rivals National Rank: 117
Scout Rating: 4 stars
Scout Position Rank: 5
Scout Overall Rank: 108
Scout Grade: 81
State of Texas Position Rank: 18
Accolades
All District 13 Football Team; U.S. Army All-American Bowl, All Sun Football Team/ Mr. Versatality (Cornerback, Kick Returner, Running Back)
Offers
Arkansas, Baylor, Missouri, Houston, Texas Tech, California, Florida, Michigan, Oklahoma, Texas A&M, Oklahoma

MAX PIRMAN
OLB, DE
Orrville, Ohio
6'5" 220 lbs.
4.67 40-yard dash
32 inch verticle
275 Bench Max
Scouts Grade: 68
Espn: 3 star, #32 OLB
Ohio prospect rank: #40
HS Accolades
Played in the state finals in basketball and was relied upon to guard the other teams best player regardless of the position. .
Offers
Ball State, Illinois, visited Michigan, Central Michigan, Kansas, Kent State, Ohio, Toledo, Western Michigan, Indiana, Notre Dam

RYNE REEVES
OFFENSIVE LINE

Crete, Nebraska
Crete High School

6' 3 " lbs.
5.0 40-yard dash
25 inch Vertical
375 lb Bench Max
450 lb Squat Max
4.9 Shuttle
Rivals Rating: 4 Stars
Rivals Position Rank: 4 and #2 Center by ESPN
Rivals National Rank: no rating
Scout Rating: 4 Stars
Scout Position Rank: 4
Scout Grade:
State Rank: 2
GPA: 3.8
Accolades
Rivals 2010 All-American Team, Class B State Football Champion, Junior All-American at the Nike Combine
Offers
Stanford, USC, UCLA, Miami (F

AMEER ABDULLAH
RUNNING BACK
Homewood, Alabama
Homewood High School

5'9'' 177 lbs.
4.51 40-yard dash
4.12 Shuttle
37 Verticle
3.4 GPA
22 SAT
Rivals Rating: 3 stars
Rivals Position Rank: 17
Rivals National Rank: -
Rivals State Rank: 10
RB Rankings 2011: Best in space #5
Scout Rating: 3 stars
Scout Position Rank: 56
Scout Grade: 74
Accolades
Birmingham News South Player of the Year
Alabama/Mississippi All Star Classic game and scored winning TD
Offense/Defense All American Bowl in Myrtle Beach, S.C.
2010 Senior year had 1795 yards on 157 carries and 24 TD's. Receiving he caught 26 for 561 yards and 4 TD's. He also had 4 punt return TD's


TAARIQ ALLEN
WIDE RECEIVER
Weston, Massachusetts
Rivers High School
6'3" 190 lbs.
4.58 40-yard dash
4.42 Shuttle
29 inch Vertical
Rivals Rating: 3 stars
Massachusetts rank: 5
Scout: 3 stars
Scout Position rank: 119
Scout Grade: 75
Accolades
Taariq had 28 receptions for 464 yards and five touchdowns. He rushed 27 times for 254 yards. This through 5 games for an unbeaten Red Wing team. He took a kickoff back 80 yards for a touchdown.
Offers
Connecticut,Tulane, Wisconsi

RYAN KLACHKO
OFFENSIVE LINE
Springfield, IL
Sacred Heart Griffin
6'4" 287 lbs.
5.47 40-yard dash
23 Bench Reps
25 inch Vertical
2.7 GPA
23 ACT
Rivals Rating: 4 stars
Rivals Position Rank: 9
Rivals National Rank: 218
Rivals State Rank: 7
Scout Rating: 4 stars
Scout Position Rank: 11
Scout Grade: 78
Accolades
ESPN ranked him as the 25th best guard.
Offers
Arizona, Boston College, Bowling Green, Central Michigan, Duke, Illinois, Indiana, Minnesota, Missouri, Northern Illinois, Purdue, Western Michigan

DANIEL DAVIE
ATHLETE, SAFETY
Beatrice, Nebraska
Beatrice High School
6'0" 185 lbs.
4.4 40-yard dash
4.24 Shuttle
38 inch Vertical
250 lb Bench Max
335 Squat Max
Rivals Rating: 3 stars
Nebraska state rank: 3
Scout: 3 stars
Scout Position rank: 93
Accolades
Daniel played 10 games this year. As RB he had 152 attempts, 1105 yards, with 16 TD's. His average yards per run was 7.5. As a WR he had 11 catches for 245 yards and 2 TD's. His average yard per catch was 22.3. As KOR he had 7 attempts that resulted in 201 yards.

DAVID SANTOS
LB
Klein, TX
Klein Collins HS
6'0" 205 lbs.
Scout: 3 star
Rivals: 4 star
Offers
Arkansas, Colorado State, Kansas, Memphis, Tulane Utah, Wyoming

GIVENS PRICE
OL
Houston, TX
Alief Taylor High School
6'4" 280 lbs.
5.09 40-yard dash
Bench Max:300
Squat Max:425
Shuttle:4.49
GPA:3.68
Scouts Grade: 75
Espn: 3 star,
Position rank: #63
HS Accolades
Price played in a Texas Class 5-A program that was district champion.

MAURO BONDI
K
Boca Raton, FL
West Boca Raton High School
6'1" 190 lbs.
Scout: 2 star
Scouts Position Rank: 10
Scouts Grade: 79
Espn: 3 star
Espn Position Rank: 8
Rivals Rating: 5.4
Rivals Position Rank: 16
HS Accolades
Finished 4th at the 2010 Kohl's Scholarship Camp in KO's

ZACH STERUP
OFFENSIVE LINEMAN
Hastings, Nebraska
Hastings St. Cecilia
6'8" 270 lbs.
5.0 40-yard dash
26 inch Vertical
320 lb Bench Max
400 lb Squat Max
Rivals Rating: 4 stars
Rivals Position Rank: 25
Espn Rating: 3 star
Espn Position Rank: 31
Scout Grade: 78
State of Nebraska Position Rank: 1
GPA: 3.5
Accolades
Won three State Championships in basketball and one in football

ChiefsCountry
02-02-2011, 01:00 PM
Repost

http://www.chiefsplanet.com/BB/showthread.php?t=241114

Dicky McElephant
02-02-2011, 01:02 PM
Ok.


*sigh*

LiveSteam
02-02-2011, 01:04 PM
Mine is better. & I dont give a fuck who is going to Bama or Texas
You can thank me after your ban Billay

David.
02-02-2011, 01:11 PM
I at least spelled signing right.

LiveSteam
02-02-2011, 01:13 PM
I at least spelled signing right.

opps:facepalm:

Slainte
02-02-2011, 01:14 PM
You know what we needed most? Two threads on this uninteresting subject.

sedated
02-02-2011, 01:15 PM
Mine is better. & I dont give a **** who is going to Bama or Texas

I had no issues watching Bama's fax cam

<img src="http://cache.gawkerassets.com/assets/images/11/2011/02/500x_fax5.jpg">

David.
02-02-2011, 01:15 PM
You know what we needed most? Two threads on this uninteresting subject.

You know what we needed less? An uninteresting poster, giving their .02

LiveSteam
02-02-2011, 01:19 PM
Texas looks like they will be top 3.:Lin:

Slainte
02-02-2011, 01:21 PM
You know what we needed less? An uninteresting poster, giving their .02

I just checked again. Zero responses to your deadly-dull attempt. I want change for my .02...

El Jefe
02-02-2011, 02:15 PM
I had no issues watching Bama's fax cam

<img src="http://i238.photobucket.com/albums/ff212/maj_nes/fax5.jpg">

Go on.....

sedated
02-02-2011, 03:00 PM
Go on.....


I actually saw this one, different girl, barely in view, reaches under her skirt to adjust her panties
<img src="http://cache.gawker.com/assets/images/comment/11/2011/02/eff1d79a60a7f41dbf4d9b2c09810778/340x.jpg">

12:30pm
<img src="http://cache.gawker.com/assets/images/comment/11/2011/02/fe7bd91212ce39949310259af3d379f0/340x.jpg">

12:33pm
<img src="http://cache.gawker.com/assets/images/comment/11/2011/02/462da2d4d81c048b683a7b3a1e0a656b/340x.jpg">

12:35pm
<img src="http://cache.gawker.com/assets/images/comment/11/2011/02/addc8d71fcbbecdb84f53e3d664de444/340x.jpg">

12:49pm
<img src="http://cache.gawker.com/assets/images/comment/11/2011/02/27bc27b18ffc3af5b5654b06106c29a0/340x.jpg">

12:50pm (really wish I would have caught this one)
<img src="http://cache.gawker.com/assets/images/comment/11/2011/02/607e1cdb2d21ae745f08ccbd959cab69/340x.jpg">

LiveSteam
02-03-2011, 03:27 PM
Pelini: Sanders has resigned
Posted by: Steve Sipple at 3:15PM CST on February 3, 2011

Nebraska coach Bo Pelini just issued the following statement regarding secondary coach Marvin Sanders:

“Marvin Sanders has resigned his position on our coaching staff for personal and family reasons. Marvin has decided the most important thing for him at this time is to take a break from coaching and spend more time with his family.

“Marvin is an excellent football coach, and he has been a key part of our defensive success here at Nebraska. The success of his secondary on the field speaks for itself, and he has a great rapport with his players and other members of the staff.

“I am working toward finding a replacement for Coach Sanders, and we will have an announcement on that once the University hiring process is completed.”
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Els emerges as LB coach candidate
Posted by: Steve Sipple at 9:29AM CST on February 3, 2011

Ross Els is a candidate to become Nebraska's linebackers coach, the Journal Star has learned.

Els, who just completed his sixth year as Ohio's linebackers coach, is set to meet with Husker head coach Bo Pelini today in Lincoln, a source close to Els said.

Nebraska defensive coordinator Carl Pelini worked with Els for three seasons (2005-07) at Ohio.

Els, a Lincoln native, also spent the past four years as Ohio's special teams coordinator.

Reached Wednesday, Ohio head coach Frank Solich declined comment.

Carl Pelini's familiarity with Els might be appealing to the Huskers in light of the news Wednesday that Indiana assistant coach Corey Raymond is set to become NU's secondary coach. Raymond has never coached previously with Carl Pelini.

Els' biography.
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Notable absences at recruiting dinner
Posted by: Steve Sipple at 7:15PM CST on February 2, 2011

Three notable absences from the Husker recruiting dinner at the Holiday Inn Centre in Omaha, according to one dinner attendee:

Ted Gilmore, Shawn Watson and Marvin Sanders.

I think it's becoming clear what to make of that.

By the way, Bo Pelini isn't there, either.

Rest of Huskers' full-time staff is in attendance.

Saulbadguy
02-03-2011, 03:30 PM
I actually saw this one, different girl, barely in view, reaches under her skirt to adjust her panties
<img src="http://cache.gawker.com/assets/images/comment/11/2011/02/eff1d79a60a7f41dbf4d9b2c09810778/340x.jpg">

12:30pm
<img src="http://cache.gawker.com/assets/images/comment/11/2011/02/fe7bd91212ce39949310259af3d379f0/340x.jpg">

12:33pm
<img src="http://cache.gawker.com/assets/images/comment/11/2011/02/462da2d4d81c048b683a7b3a1e0a656b/340x.jpg">

12:35pm
<img src="http://cache.gawker.com/assets/images/comment/11/2011/02/addc8d71fcbbecdb84f53e3d664de444/340x.jpg">

12:49pm
<img src="http://cache.gawker.com/assets/images/comment/11/2011/02/27bc27b18ffc3af5b5654b06106c29a0/340x.jpg">

12:50pm (really wish I would have caught this one)
<img src="http://cache.gawker.com/assets/images/comment/11/2011/02/607e1cdb2d21ae745f08ccbd959cab69/340x.jpg">

Roll Tide.

Saulbadguy
02-03-2011, 03:31 PM
Pelini: Sanders has resigned
Posted by: Steve Sipple at 3:15PM CST on February 3, 2011

Nebraska coach Bo Pelini just issued the following statement regarding secondary coach Marvin Sanders:

“Marvin Sanders has resigned his position on our coaching staff for personal and family reasons. Marvin has decided the most important thing for him at this time is to take a break from coaching and spend more time with his family.

“Marvin is an excellent football coach, and he has been a key part of our defensive success here at Nebraska. The success of his secondary on the field speaks for itself, and he has a great rapport with his players and other members of the staff.

“I am working toward finding a replacement for Coach Sanders, and we will have an announcement on that once the University hiring process is completed.”
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Els emerges as LB coach candidate
Posted by: Steve Sipple at 9:29AM CST on February 3, 2011

Ross Els is a candidate to become Nebraska's linebackers coach, the Journal Star has learned.

Els, who just completed his sixth year as Ohio's linebackers coach, is set to meet with Husker head coach Bo Pelini today in Lincoln, a source close to Els said.

Nebraska defensive coordinator Carl Pelini worked with Els for three seasons (2005-07) at Ohio.

Els, a Lincoln native, also spent the past four years as Ohio's special teams coordinator.

Reached Wednesday, Ohio head coach Frank Solich declined comment.

Carl Pelini's familiarity with Els might be appealing to the Huskers in light of the news Wednesday that Indiana assistant coach Corey Raymond is set to become NU's secondary coach. Raymond has never coached previously with Carl Pelini.

Els' biography.
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Notable absences at recruiting dinner
Posted by: Steve Sipple at 7:15PM CST on February 2, 2011

Three notable absences from the Husker recruiting dinner at the Holiday Inn Centre in Omaha, according to one dinner attendee:

Ted Gilmore, Shawn Watson and Marvin Sanders.

I think it's becoming clear what to make of that.

By the way, Bo Pelini isn't there, either.

Rest of Huskers' full-time staff is in attendance.

No one fucking cares about Nebraska.

Saulbadguy
02-03-2011, 03:32 PM
Hey guys, I know Nebraska is no longer part of your conference, but you may appreciate these recruiting updates! GBR!!!!

Through these registration agreements, walk the greatest internet fans of college football.

Saulbadguy
02-03-2011, 03:35 PM
hai guys, i heard nebraska football is back and here to stay. true? GBR!!!

LiveSteam
02-03-2011, 03:40 PM
Hey guys, I know Nebraska is no longer part of your conference, but you may appreciate these recruiting updates! GBR!!!!

Through these registration agreements, walk the greatest internet fans of college football.

I will stop on July 14th, I think it is. UNTIL THEN SHUTTTTTY! you lil pussy cat.

Saulbadguy
02-03-2011, 03:45 PM
I will stop on July 14th, I think it is. UNTIL THEN SHUTTTTTY! you lil pussy cat.

You'll have to excuse me, i'm in the process of writing disgusting, hate filled facebook messages to all the recruits that chose to sign elsewhere.

Saulbadguy
02-03-2011, 03:47 PM
You'll have to excuse me, i'm in the process of writing disgusting, hate filled facebook messages to all the recruits that chose to sign elsewhere.
Also to Dan Bebee and the Big XII offices for favoring Texas YET AGAIN when assigning Rivals star rankings to their players and ours. I know they have little to do with this, but I feel they need to take responsibility and own up to the situation.

sedated
02-03-2011, 03:48 PM
No one ****ing cares about Nebraska.

this.

it was only tolerated while a part of our local conference. so GTFO.

go infest some Browns message board.

Saulbadguy
02-03-2011, 03:50 PM
this.

it was only tolerated while a part of our local conference. so GTFO.

go infest some Browns message board.

You are mistaken, good sir. While obviously you root for a pitiful (non)rival of Nebraska, and thus jealous of our success, I feel that these recruiting updates are beneficial information to the rest of this community.

You see, Bo Pelini only recruits NFL caliber players who are ready for the draft. In fact, if there were no age limit, I feel these players would be first day picks.

Edit: GBR!!!

LiveSteam
02-03-2011, 03:55 PM
Couple of updates from my contact: Watson and Gilmore have opportunities to stay at NU with jobs in the AD. They can choose to except them or to move on. Bo is working on who will replace them as we speak.

CAN YOU FEEL IT?

LiveSteam
02-03-2011, 04:03 PM
BUMP for Billay & Saulbadguy

Saul Good
02-03-2011, 06:13 PM
BUMP for Billay & Saulbadguy

Billay may not be posting, but you can rest assured that he's still humping my leg and neg-repping my posts randomly.

Baconeater
02-03-2011, 06:17 PM
BUMP for Billay & Saulbadguy
Shouldn't you be busy rooting for Creighton this time of the year?

kcchiefsus
02-03-2011, 06:23 PM
Couple of updates from my contact: Watson and Gilmore have opportunities to stay at NU with jobs in the AD. They can choose to except them or to move on. Bo is working on who will replace them as we speak.

CAN YOU FEEL IT?

They can choose to except them? What are you, a fucking retard? Oh, I guess that goes without saying. Your a Nebraska fan. Learn to fucking spell, faggot.

LiveSteam
02-03-2011, 06:27 PM
Billay may not be posting, but you can rest assured that he's still humping my leg and neg-repping my posts randomly.

Humping the wrong leg is what got Sanders fired. Oh wait ,I mean he left over family issue,
Big red wrap up is at 7 pm on NETV
PBJ

chefsos
02-03-2011, 06:43 PM
They can choose to except them? What are you, a fucking retard? Oh, I guess that goes without saying. Your a Nebraska fan. Learn to fucking spell, pillowbitergot.I love the brilliant, hidden bomb in this spastic blast. Intentionally fucking up your/you're completed the ownage. Bravo!


That is what you did, isn't it?

Saul Good
02-03-2011, 07:05 PM
Humping the wrong leg is what got Sanders fired. Oh wait ,I mean he left over family issue,
Big red wrap up is at 7 pm on NETV
PBJ

Yep. Took him all of 15 minutes to neg rep me on that post. Dude's even a stalker when he's banned. Weird considering that I've never repped him.

Mr. Flopnuts
02-03-2011, 07:10 PM
I'm pretty happy the Washington Huskies had a top 20 recruiting class, and it will only get better if we're fortunate enough to land Brisset tomorrow.

Bewbies
02-03-2011, 07:42 PM
UGA had a great class, which may unfortunately save Richt's job.

LiveSteam
02-03-2011, 07:42 PM
I'm pretty happy the Washington Huskies had a top 20 recruiting class, and it will only get better if we're fortunate enough to land Brisset tomorrow.

Ya they did real good. Washington is back & hear to stay.
Nebraska? Im not sold yet

Mr. Flopnuts
02-03-2011, 09:07 PM
Ya they did real good. Washington is back & hear to stay.
Nebraska? Im not sold yet

As much as I love our head coach, I may trade you. Bo is pure awesome imo.

LiveSteam
02-03-2011, 10:02 PM
As much as I love our head coach, I may trade you. Bo is pure awesome imo.

Only on 1 side of the ball. His moment, is now. Their will be a new OC & running backs coach. By the end of the month.

'Hamas' Jenkins
02-03-2011, 10:40 PM
My thoughts on Mizzou from the other thread:

Mizzou's class is underwhelming on the surface.

However, Brothers is probably the best LB recruit they've ever gotten. Despite his 3* Rivals rating, he had 14 offers. He was the Oklahoma player of the year (don't know at what level).

Shane Ray may end up being a very good end. He picked Mizzou over Notre Dame, but he has ideal size and length to man either end position.

If Leftwich can run routes at all he'll be a gamebreaker, and the fastest Tiger we've had in Pinkel's tenure. Yes, faster than JMac.

Richardson is still the same guy who was the #5 recruit in the country.

Berkstresser would have been a 4* had he not committed so early.

I can't say I'm super impressed with any of their OL signings.

Saul Good
02-04-2011, 07:12 AM
My thoughts on Mizzou from the other thread:

Fortunately, Mizzou isn't in a position that they needed a huge class. We needed a few complimentary pieces, and we seem to have them.

LiveSteam
02-04-2011, 08:24 AM
Shaun Watson is rumored to be applying at Missouri. recruiting coordinator slash QB coach