Class of 2017

Discussion in 'High School Football' started by Heretic, Aug 25, 2015.

  1. Leonardfan

    Leonardfan Hall of Famer

    Joined:
    Jul 30, 2006
    Messages:
    16,753
    I see almost nothing positive in this year's recruiting class - football is going full bore to the undeserving blacks. I really want to see how many of these "student athletes" never play a down, fail out due to academics, commit a crime or they are just bad football players given a spot because of black privilege.. I suppose that really would be next to impossible to track all of that data - tracking every prospect from every team to prove what a farce recruiting and college football is. In that way the Caste System really is to big to fail.
     
  2. Heretic

    Heretic Master

    Joined:
    May 1, 2015
    Messages:
    3,261
    Last edited: Feb 2, 2017
  3. Heretic

    Heretic Master

    Joined:
    May 1, 2015
    Messages:
    3,261
    RB commits to Arizona

    Just in case the sportscucks at 247 change his position, here it is at this moment in time:
    [​IMG]
     
  4. jacknyc

    jacknyc Master

    Joined:
    May 14, 2006
    Messages:
    3,162
    I noticed that Noah Pittenger above attends Brophy Prep.
    Last year they had a RB, Ryan Velez who is now with Army.
    A few years ago they had Robby Grant who was a top hurdler/sprinter and is now with Texas A&M.
    The year before Robby they had Devon Allen who was a WR at Oregon, and national champion hurdler.
    Amazing string of athletes at Brophy Prep!
     
    Last edited: Feb 4, 2017
  5. TwentyTwo

    TwentyTwo Master

    Joined:
    Oct 31, 2009
    Messages:
    2,708
    Location:
    Louisiana
    Been following Recruiting for a while too...easy to get discouraged; it's been fairly steady; maybe a gradual decrease w white prospects. Ebb n Flow...like you say WR Class has been dismal recently...noticeable much darker now on O-Line..surprisingly at Guard.. Seems to be an uptick in Poly players as well.

    (& More recruits are leaving their Home State than ever before too)...

    However TE continues to flex it muscles...according to 24 7 Sports...33 of the TOP 50 Prospects are white! 2:1 ratio...having the likes of Gronk; Kelce; Olsen; Eifert, Witten, etc at the Top of the NFL seem to be reversing the trend. #1 Ranked TE Prospect Colby Parkinson 6'-7" looks to keep Stanford holding on to Title of "TE U"....#2 TE Brock Wright(6'-5" 243) has the look of a Future NFLer keeping the Notre Dame pipe-line flowing. #3 Cole Kmet also headed there... #6 Grant Calcaterra (Oklahoma) has the look of a WR

    LB Nate McBride 6'-2" 228 (4.43/10.6? 100m) headed to Georgia (played RB) may be the Best explosive Athlete i have seen in recent memory

    Hoping All purpose Tailbacks like McCaffrey/Woodhead will have an effect (like Wes Welker did in the Slot)...opening up more opportunities for players like Pittenger(Arizona) ; McChesney (BYU) ; Dubots (Washington St); Foley (New Mexico St)...sure didn't help Zane Dudek (Yale)

    Here's a cross-section of some random teams...

    Wisconsin (as mentioned by Celticdb) maybe the most white friendly...11 of 18 Signees...
    Northwestern 11 of 19 (WR & S)
    Boston College 11 of 21;
    BYU 10 of 21 (7 Poly's)
    Stanford 8 of 14 (count Highly Ranked OT Foster Sarrell/Native American/Eskimo?)
    Clemson 7 of 14...50% stunning given the geography..a whiter trend past few Classes; compared to ACC counterparts

    Kansas State 10 of 22
    Iowa 9 of 21...(not sure abt DE Epenesa?)
    Boise St. 8 of 21 (3 Poly/mix?)
    Nebraska 8 of 20...40%...(No white defenders)
    Notre Dame 8 of 21...(2 TE; 3 OL; DT; 2 ILB's)
    North Carolina 6 of 21 (including WR & Ath)
    Texas 6 of 18 ...33%

    USC 6 of 26 (7 Poly's)
    Miami (FL) 5 of 24 (QB, TE, 2 OL, K)
    Florida State 4 of 24...20% (QB; TE, OT, LS)
    Oklahoma 5 of 27...(QB, TE, C, ILB, P)
    Oregon 4 for 21 (5 Poly's)

    Penn State only 3 of 21 signees white
    Ohio State 4 of 21...
    Michigan 5 of 29 have gone the way of the SEC.

    Alabama 6 of 29; (more than above Big 10 Schools)
    LSU 5 of 24 (QB, FB, 2 OL, DE)
    Georgia 2 of 26; (All 6 O-Line black)
    Ole Miss ...only 1 of 21 Signees were white (OL)
     
    Last edited: Feb 5, 2017
  6. celticdb15

    celticdb15 Hall of Famer

    Joined:
    Jul 24, 2007
    Messages:
    8,469
  7. Heretic

    Heretic Master

    Joined:
    May 1, 2015
    Messages:
    3,261
    The 2017 classes for BYU, Stanford and ND were very White-friendly early on, then it was almost all coal or poly thereafter

    Here are some other random samples for 2017:
    Iowa St 12/24 (Quotaback though)
    Virginia 12/25
    Indiana 8/23
    WF 7/21
    Duke 7/22
    Pitt 8/24
    Colorado 9/28 (Mulatto QB though)
    Wyoming 7/21 (Bohl sold out to the Caste system)
    Colorado State 6/25 (Completely disgraceful Caste-whore coach. I hope fans stay away from their brand new stadium that cost them tens of millions of dollars, just like they stayed away from last year's bowl game)
    Ohio Bobcats all-black defense and all-black offensive skill players outside of QB (Solich should be utterly ashamed of himself)
     
  8. Heretic

    Heretic Master

    Joined:
    May 1, 2015
    Messages:
    3,261
    Husker's (and others) look to add another WR as a "preferred walk-on" (of course), but the interesting dynamic here is that this is the son of former NFL QB, Kurt Warner.

    Kade Warner, who set the state record for career receptions with 241, will take a visit to Nebraska this weekend, he confirmed Monday night. Kade's dad is Kurt Warner, who found out Saturday he was headed to the NFL Hall of Fame.

    The 6-foot-2, 205-pound Warner — who played at Scottsdale (Ariz.) Desert Mountain High School — doesn't have any FBS scholarship offers. He's looking at preferred walk-on spots at Arizona State, UCLA, Iowa and now Nebraska...

    Warner said he wants a school that really wants him as a player and a person. He and his high school coach, David Sedmak, were surprised Warner did not get any FBS offers during the recruiting process.

    "I was bewildered," Warner said.

    "I was very disappointed," Sedmak said.

    The question mark, Sedmak said, for most assistant coaches was whether Warner was an H-back or a wideout. Nebraska uses an H-back frequently in its offense, and had a player in the 2017 recruiting class, Ben Miles, who will be that guy, among other roles.

    But, for a walk-on, Warner has a ton of production at a very high level. He caught 83 passes this year, 96 last year, and 62 as a sophomore. He caught 35 career touchdowns and was generally very hard to tackle, Sedmak said.

    "Guys couldn't bring him down," Sedmak said.


    It doesn't look like NFL pedigree will help out the White athlete here (and he shouldn't even need any additional help to have garnered a scholarship offer from an FBS school considering his production and domination). And, how utterly ludicrous that someone who's 6'2" 205 lbs that excelled and even dominated in high school as a WR would even be considered for the position of "H-back" (read: battering ram (mostly)). If he were black, he would've been at least a 3-star rated WR and never considered as an "H-back" prospect. #BlackPrivilege
     
  9. Heretic

    Heretic Master

    Joined:
    May 1, 2015
    Messages:
    3,261
    Good follow-up article on Kade. He's still in the decision process, taking his visits. Article still asks "why" he wasn't given an athletic scholarship without answering the obvious question...because he's White.
     
  10. McCaffrey Dude

    McCaffrey Dude Mentor

    Joined:
    Feb 11, 2016
    Messages:
    561
    Western Michigan cb recruit Ryan Lezzer on the athletic site says he is being recruited as a wr. Bummer. Did not see that coming. Also Washington S. rb recruit Cole Dubot is listed as being recruited as a linebacker. This one really gets to me. The kid runs a 10.6 100 meters. He is only listed at 5'11" and 185 pounds. I can name 100 black college corners that are bigger and much slower. This is why this site exists. This stuff is just mind-boggling. It reminds me of WMU's lb Alex Grace who is a 2nd string lb right now though he has also run a 10.6 100 meters. I would bet 98 to 99 % of black safeties and corners in college don't have that kind of speed. Yes there is more to corner then just straight line speed like quickness and change of direction abilities but at the high school, college, and NFL level the quickness and movement drills are dominated by whites. It is a fact. Like I said, it blows the God damned mind. It is amazing how liberals are always pushing for diversity and equality. Well. it does not get any more less diverse or equal when it comes to football and race.
     
  11. McCaffrey Dude

    McCaffrey Dude Mentor

    Joined:
    Feb 11, 2016
    Messages:
    561
    I looked on the AU website and he is not on their signed list. ???????
     
  12. Shadowlight

    Shadowlight Master

    Joined:
    Mar 16, 2013
    Messages:
    3,882
    Penn State reels in a white speedster---uh sort of-- a preferred walk on Drew Hartlaub-(has he been mentioned before?) to play CB or maybe slot WR. Tore his ACL his sophomore year and it derailed his trajectory but he now runs in the 4.3 range apparently. Preferred--what the hell does that mean beyond no scholarship or most likely no playing time for you buddy? He is about 6 feet 180 lbs. Nebraska also has a white speedster "preferred " walk on. I guess "preferred" means you are not a cheerleader but not much else. Will he ever sniff the field beyond being a possible special teams nobody? There is something ominous about this Penn State coach that I can't exactly put a finger on but he is paving the way to have ZERO white skill position players.
     
  13. Heretic

    Heretic Master

    Joined:
    May 1, 2015
    Messages:
    3,261
    Wow, so they rescinded it. Next time I'll have to get an image that not only captures the position but of the checkmark next to the school that he committed to.
     
  14. Heretic

    Heretic Master

    Joined:
    May 1, 2015
    Messages:
    3,261
    Just to follow up on this story, he ended up choosing Nebraska.

    “They told me they were recruiting me as a wide receiver,” Warner said. “I’ll probably play in the slot — mostly slot — and some outside, but I really don’t know exactly what my perfect fit in the offense is. I just have to wait to see what I mold into.”

    Warner said Thursday that he was relieved to have a destination and the recruiting process behind him. Despite his lofty stats, Warner said getting on the radar of program was a trying process.

    “I’m very relieved,” Warner said. “Especially being unrecruited. It’s very hard to get colleges to even send you a simple text to show you that they’re in contact with you and that they know about you. It’s tough to not only keep reaching out to those colleges, but to focus on football at the same time.

    “Everybody on my team that really wanted to play college football would send out dozens of e-mails every day, every week trying to get their name out there, so it’s tough to get a response from them. Just knowing that I have people who believe in me as a football player and as a person, and I don’t have to worry about trying to impress anybody else, or trying to get my name out there to anybody else, I have a home and a few family in Nebraska, it’s just really awesome.”
     
  15. celticdb15

    celticdb15 Hall of Famer

    Joined:
    Jul 24, 2007
    Messages:
    8,469
    I've got 2 more big hosses from the Hills of Eastern Kentucky to add to this thread. OL Cole Bentley 6'5 300 is committed to Louisville also his teammate OL Austin Dotson 6'7 320 is headed to Kentucky to play ball! Amazing what the small town of Belfry(pop 3,500) is able to produce this much size and D1 talent! Also congrats to Belfry on their 4th straight state title!

    http://usatodayhss.com/2016/belfry-runs-past-central-for-fourth-straight-class-3-a-title

    Dotson

    http://www.kentucky.com/sports/college/kentucky-sports/uk-football/article129694754.html

    Bentley

    http://www.courier-journal.com/stor...12/23/all-state-cole-bentley-belfry/95766636/
     
  16. IAhsfbFan

    IAhsfbFan Newbie

    Joined:
    Jan 11, 2017
    Messages:
    2
    Koerner ended up taking a PWO at Iowa after de-committing from South Dakota just before Signing Day. Mahoney decided on a PWO opportunity at Notre Dame. Eager to see how these kids perform at the next level.
     
  17. McCaffrey Dude

    McCaffrey Dude Mentor

    Joined:
    Feb 11, 2016
    Messages:
    561
    Rutgers incoming freshman, Hunter Hayek, though listed as an athlete looks like they want to try him at corner where he mostly played in high school this upcoming fall. The kid can fly. 10.9 100 meters last year. I assume he will start for a couple of seasons and play well then bulk up and move to safety where he eventually will try to make the NFL as a wr. Sound familiar?
     
  18. dolphins15

    dolphins15 Guru

    Joined:
    Feb 15, 2017
    Messages:
    342
    Last edited: May 20, 2017
  19. Extra Point

    Extra Point Hall of Famer

    Joined:
    Oct 21, 2012
    Messages:
    5,586
    Quarterback Alex Smith of Keystone Oaks High School in Pittsburgh has committed to Duquesne, a division 1AA college in Pittsburgh. Duquesne is pronounced due-cane.

    Yes, he has the same name as the Chiefs quarterback. Smith is 6-4 and I've been told he broke 5 Pennsylvania high school records. One of his coaches compared him favorably to Bruce Gradkowski, who the coach coached. Smith may have pro potential.

    Good luck to Alex!
     
  20. Matt Prater

    Matt Prater Guest

    Does anyone know what happened to BYU rb recruit Jackson McChesney? He is not on the 2018 team so I am assume he might be on the 2 year Mormon mission though I cannot find anything on it.
     
  21. Heretic

    Heretic Master

    Joined:
    May 1, 2015
    Messages:
    3,261
    You had me concerned, but he is indeed on a missionary trip in Chile and will re-join the team in 2019.

    Jackson McChesney is listed as a running back, but his highlight reel shows some serious versatility on the offensive side of the ball. He has good hands coming out of the backfield, and even lines up as a slot receiver on some plays. He also returned kickoffs for Lone Peak very successfully. His speed stands out on film and on the track, as he ran a sub 4.46 40 at the Sparq combine. McChesney will serve an LDS mission before enrolling at BYU for the 2019 season.
     

Share This Page