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Topic: TNET: The Opening: Final thoughts on a big three days in Texas for Clemson commits
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TNET: The Opening: Final thoughts on a big three days in Texas for Clemson commits

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Jul 3, 2019, 9:06 PM

 
The Opening: Final thoughts on a big three days in Texas for Clemson commits

The premier All-Star event of the summer wrapped up at The Star Wednesday afternoon with the finals of the 7-on-7 events and the Lineman Challenge. Three Clemson commits – defensive lineman Bryan Bresee, defensive lineman Tre Williams, and offensive lineman Walker Parks – were in the final 10 of the lineman event. Full Story »


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Jul 3, 2019, 9:20 PM

I know everyone wants to peg Bresee inside because he's nearly 300 lbs, but he will have to play outside minimum half of the time, at least his first year. His early polish and technique combined with the freakish athleticism demand it.

Gotta keep his sword sharp at all 4 positions and allow him to exploit the weakest part of the O-line. This guy will wreak havoc and the other D-lineman will benefit from it.

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he has the athleticism and versatility to be a great SDE or

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Jul 3, 2019, 11:14 PM

3 tech just like Christian Wilkins

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Jul 3, 2019, 9:43 PM

Social media has certainly changed the face (and the body, and the guts...) of American culture. We stress about the five stars, and the four stars who deserve another star and ought to be worth a fifth star, etc., but I remember in 1988 an unrecruited 2-star football player out of Lamar, SC who made it into the Clemson program simply because we had a spot to fill and his HS coach told CDF he should take a look at this guy. CDF saw something in the kid and brought him on board - and he was all in. This guy, of course, was Levon Kirkland. Stars aren't everything (although they're certainly beautiful), but sometimes they align in perfect harmony with the spheres!

Go Tigers, and keep those doggies movin"!!!

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Jul 3, 2019, 11:11 PM

There a few who slip through the cracks such as Renfrow and Kirkland but they are few and far in between. Just like some five star guys who don’t pan out. Odds are a five star guy will be better than a two star guy

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Agree - jstone - the data show a significant number of ....


Jul 4, 2019, 6:07 AM

.... Blue Chippers are needed to reach championship level .....

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If people were as good as their obituary - and products were as good as advertised - this would truly be a wonderful world !!


I think guys that really fall through the cracks are going


Jul 4, 2019, 8:51 AM

to become more and more rare as time goes on. Modern technology and communication coupled with the extra interest and money coming into the scouting business (both in terms of the schools and Rivals, 247, ESPN, etc means far fewer prospects go undiscovered.

What you are more likely to see now in terms of players schools "missed out on" are the late bloomers that don't really shine until some point in their college career.

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Jul 4, 2019, 6:10 AM

Yessir .... this class is definitely gonna be sweeeeet !! -:)

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If people were as good as their obituary - and products were as good as advertised - this would truly be a wonderful world !!


So, Tiger commits comprise 40%


Jul 4, 2019, 7:06 AM

Of the 'Top 10' at the Opening. Man...oh...man!

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Who is the "another lineman" that won the MVP...? Thanks.

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Jul 4, 2019, 8:05 AM

Bresee was getting rave reviews the first day. Too much Clemson for the voters?

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Re: Who is the "another lineman" that won the MVP...? Thanks.

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Jul 4, 2019, 8:59 AM

It was talking about Parks not winning on the Offensive side I believe.

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A HS junior Texas A&M commit! Impressive


Jul 4, 2019, 7:17 PM

https://247sports.com/college/texas-am/Article/Donovan-Jackson-The-Opening-Finals-MVP-2019-133409252/

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