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Greg is closing in on 11 years writing about and photographing UGA sports. While often wrong and/or out of focus, it has been a long, strange trip full of fun and new friends.

302 responses on “UGA Recruiting Daily 10-June-2016

  1. Colonial Dawg

    HEY GUYS! Back in God’s Country for a family reunion on Sunday. Arrived tonight at Lake Sinclair. Damn! It’s hot!! But beautiful!

  2. DawgByte

    RumRunnerDoogie Greg Poole Clearly this new S&C program is working. This kid has completely transformed his body. Clarkson thinks he’ll get up to 245 lbs. by the time he leaves UGA, because of his frame.

  3. Hobnailboot aka RobG

    O lineman take a while to develop at the D1 level, it wouldn’t shock me one bit to see him get very limited reps this season and for Cleveland to see very little PT if he does not RS. Those positions just take more development for some reason, I think it’s a physical maturity thing

  4. PatriotVeteran

    Hobnailboot aka RobG    It’s hard to believe a BIG strong player like him is still waiting for playing time.       I honestly thought Big Ben and Him would protect Eason.     If our second string is good enough to play in games it will make it easier for the first string guys to be replaced and given some rest time.    UGA Offense should be awesome,

  5. DawgLink

    Another trait from Bama. I like it. Don’t say anything just knock some teeth out on the field

  6. Greg Poole

    LoCar was one of the smack talkers before the Bans game. They blew him up all night.

  7. Jesse1

    DawgDaddy RobDawg Now he has a bullseye on his back. Every offensive lineman in the SEC will know where he is on the field. The Alec Millan  mess you up bad and not say a word while doing it kinda bad.

  8. Jesse1

    Greg Poole RobDawg I knew Bama was going to beat us like a rented mule last year when our boys were jawing at the Gumps, and the Gumps acted like our chatter boxes weren’t even there. So much for intimidation.

  9. Jesse1

    Greg Poole A trend I’ve noticed early on is how much more grown up many of the guys we’re recruiting these days are. Not too many baby faces in the new crowd. I like it.

  10. RumRunnerDoogie

    websater RumRunnerDoogie sure they did, lookin like u are straight out of the swamps hahha. what part did u visit?

  11. RumRunnerDoogie

    websater RumRunnerDoogie u must of stuck out like a sore thumb over there with that beard. just the usual, trying to herd the posters is like trying to herd cats on here

  12. websater

    RumRunnerDoogie websater been so swamped at work and was in china for 2 weeks. Hows it hangin?

  13. RobDawg

    I watched Animal House this afternoon on some tv channel. I was amazed that I could still quote funny parts before they came on after not seeing it for probably five years. I wonder how many of us could quote over 50% of it

  14. RumRunnerDoogie

    1mandawgpack Greg Poole RobDawg locar needs to back it up, he hasn’t backed it up at all

  15. Jay212033

    Gonna watch him against my Valdosta Wildcats! Hopefully he has an awesome game, remains healthy but my Cats win 56- 14 😀

  16. 1mandawgpack

    Greg Poole RobDawg  I’ve said this on here multiple times – I’m looking forward to that change as certain of our players (including one of my favorites when he was young – Malcolm Mitchell) and certain current players (including, but not limited to, LoCar) do a bit too much talking and sassing for my personal liking.  Go out there and do your job and let other people talk about you.

  17. RumRunnerDoogie

    Greg Poole whiskey does that. heard all about that all nighter u and bob pulled#

  18. 1mandawgpack

    RumRunnerDoogie 1mandawgpack Greg Poole  Mine is a “top of the world” brand.  Brass eyelets are the little openings on top of the hat that allow the heat from your head to escape.  Brass snaps are on the upper brim of the hat and allow the brim to be snapped up to wear it more Crocodile Dundee style rather than boonie/bucket style.  High quality bucket hats both have those features.

  19. RumRunnerDoogie

    Greg Poole RobDawg i love mitchell but damn did he run his mouth, let actions do the talking. and the flea did love talking too (wiggins)

  20. RumRunnerDoogie

    Greg Poole Hobnailboot aka RobG i think my ladder truck was smaller than him

  21. RumRunnerDoogie

    bahits RumRunnerDoogie Greg Poole ahh. granted in brunswick horseflies could take that away and chaos happens

  22. Greg Poole

    RobDawg  LOL – those idiots can not keep their mouths shut – great.

    BTW, Kirby was preaching about talking on the field again today. Said Champ, Julio, A.J., and others never said a word to players on other teams.

    Look for UGA to be a quieter, more focused team in 2016.

  23. RumRunnerDoogie

    DawgDaddy RobDawg sure learn from rugby, those who talk and put a target on themselves arent going to last long. its funny its mostly DBs who talk until they have a RB baring down on them (aka douglas vs FL)

  24. DawgDaddy

    RobDawg Nope, but those who issue list like that have a way of becoming the one being “hit”.

  25. RumRunnerDoogie

    1mandawgpack RumRunnerDoogie Greg Poole well i have no idea what brass snaps and eyelets are haha

  26. 1mandawgpack

    RumRunnerDoogie Greg Poole  I have that hat in black and it’s not nike.  I think it runs about $25 bucks, which isn’t bad as it has the brass snaps and eyelets on it, etc.

  27. RobDawg

    Did anyone else see the mention of the UF player issuing a “hit” list which includes Chubb?

  28. RumRunnerDoogie

    Greg Poole RumRunnerDoogie well in wanting BI to survive just put him in a auburn shirt, hopefully he doesnt try to kill someone wearing orange

  29. RumRunnerDoogie

    Greg Poole i need one of those hats but with the nike logo it probably adds about 20$ on it. i just like to piss off the gatuhs down here. i get the one finger salute a lot with my big G on my back window and i love it

  30. RumRunnerDoogie

    Greg Poole RumRunnerDoogie thats why u need 36 as a assistant( granted dysfunctional) to help u. just dont let him see a chicken or he will go crazy and try to kill it

  31. RumRunnerDoogie

    Greg Poole where is a photo of u? nuttin like the great white bald shark boss man 🙂

  32. RumRunnerDoogie

    dawgmum RumRunnerDoogie 1mandawgpack PTCDawg well he does have a good relationship with smart but i dont think he goes out of state imo

  33. dawgmum

    RumRunnerDoogie dawgmum 1mandawgpack PTCDawg Yeah, he seems to be all over the place right now. It’s probably hard to have so many schools pulling you in all different directions.

  34. bahits

    Greg Poole With talk like that, I kind of hate that he will only have a year or two.

    If Eason jumps after 3 and does play this year, then Fromm would …. 

    ok, just thought this through.  If Fromm redshirts next year and if Eason skips early, then Fromm could be our starter for up to 3 years.  That is a good deal.  neat.

  35. Greg Poole

    Eason went out of his way to speak and shake hands with Fromm. 

    I can not stress enough how impressed I was with Fromm. If you have a chance to see him play this fall, you should take advantage of the opportunity. I’m going to see him, for sure.

    I talked with Rusty Mansell about him for a minute. He and I agreed that he is just smoking the ball with accuracy and finding the open guy – often throwing them open.

  36. RumRunnerDoogie

    dawgmum 1mandawgpack PTCDawg RumRunnerDoogie well thats a 360 on his interview with dawgnation

  37. bahits

    PTCDawg I started to say something political, but changed my mind.  I really am loving football this year and it hasn’t even officially started.  🙁

  38. dawgmum

    1mandawgpack PTCDawg RumRunnerDoogie He mentions he is going to Georgia next week and “could commit then”, but he doesn’t really seem to be anywhere near a decision at this time, based on this interview. He did say he wants to commit before his senior year, but I think he’s got a lot to think about.

  39. JessCapel

    Bleudawg dsw61 Greg Poole Dawgsrulegumpsdrool2 Looks like a pasty Stone Mtn….just need to tat the rebels on there….

  40. 1mandawgpack

    PTCDawg RumRunnerDoogie dawgmum  Good news (or maybe bad news) is that Ignont is now at IMG (I think I recall this being the case) which might open up his eyes that there is a football world outside of the state of Alabama.

  41. 1mandawgpack

    PTCDawg 1mandawgpack dawgmum  We’ve had some solid LBs over the past 10 – 15 years, but we really haven’t had those elite LBs that are now so coveted who can play all 3 downs and be both a thumper and cover sideline to sideline.  Those, plus shutdown corners who can be put on islands, are an absolute necessity to have an elite defense in the football environment that exists today.

  42. PTCDawg

    RumRunnerDoogie dawgmum PTCDawg  yeah Rum, feels kinda like those 2 5* LBs that ‘had us leading’ right up to the end. Only we didn’t. Lyndell Wilson and….and ol whatshisname.

    I guess it will just continue to feel that way until one actually signs with the good guys.

  43. 1mandawgpack

    Greg Poole 1mandawgpack  She said that buses from the University of Buford were there.  It’ll be interesting to see if these camps get the attention of the various state organizations that oversee athletics as many of these camps are being attended by “teams” (i.e., driving school buses, etc.) and have now extended the HS football season from spring (formal spring practices) to throughout the summer through the season (fall/early winter).

  44. PTCDawg

    1mandawgpack PTCDawg dawgmum  I would call McBride an impressive LB signing class all by himself. Glad to pile on it with the other studs though.

  45. RumRunnerDoogie

    dawgmum PTCDawg from reading a article today i dont think he leaves the state of bama

  46. Greg Poole

    PTCDawg  goergiadogs.com has a calendar –  I’ll run it down for you if you can’t find it – processing photos right now.

  47. PTCDawg

    Back in the olden days (last year maybe?) we had a calendar with important UGA football related dates on it. Is that still around somewhere? I keep wondering when stuff is and for some reason Google seems less friendly than it used to be.

  48. Greg Poole

    1mandawgpack IDK but 7v7 is a good guess – could be a satellite camp – they have popped up everywhere

  49. 1mandawgpack

    PTCDawg 1mandawgpack dawgmum  Thanks PTC – just had an elderly moment there.  Those 2 plus the 2 we already have committed (likely better candidates for OLB or safety/star players) plus BigCat would be an incredible LB class.

  50. 1mandawgpack

    Greg Poole  Greg, do you know what’s happening at St. Pius today?  My son was over for a soccer lesson this morning and my wife said that there are literally hundreds of kids from different schools there in helmets, t-shirts and shorts.  Maybe a 7 on 7 tournament or since Pius has one of the nicer football stadiums around Atlanta, maybe part of the Rivals event?

  51. 1mandawgpack

    PTCDawg dawgmum  Ignont and the LB from Vidalia (drawing an absolute blank on name) would be a nasty, nasty haul at ILB.

  52. DawgDaddy

    MMCSDAWG DawgDaddy reason I did not answer sooner is I just got back from playing Lane Creek.  Solid day with a 78 despite 2 doubles.

  53. PTCDawg

    dawgmum PTCDawg  well, perhaps that explains the CB right there! So maybe we have a snowballs chance but I still cant imagine it being much more than that. Thanks for the update Mum!

  54. PTCDawg

    DawgByte  I spect we will miss Ganus aptitude for the game but I am extremely happy to give Natrez all of Ganus playing time. I do not see this as a step down. And Carter and Kimbrough are a year older and a year smarter. I like our ILB situation as much as I do the OLB. I also think LoCar will be the key to the D.

  55. PTCDawg

    An Ignont CB. I found that VERY surprising. Don’t really feel like we have a snowballs chance there, hope to be wrong.

  56. MMCSDAWG

    DawgByte Good Analysis Byte!   Can’t say I would disagree with any of those.  The kicking game definitely scared the hell out of me!

  57. DawgByte

    What areas do expect us to improve in 2016 over 2015?

    Here are the areas I think we’ll either improve, be worse or push (stay the same):

    Offense:
    OL – Improve (this is primarily due to Sam Pittman. Without Pittman I would say Worse)
    Rushing – Improve (Chubb will be back and we have some solid new talent coming in)
    Passing – Improve (we can’t get much worse and I believe we have more talent, particularly at TE. I also think Eason will make a serious upgrade over Lambert)
    Total Offense – Improve
    Offensive Coaching – Improve (hard to get much worse than Schotty)

    Defense:
    DL – Worse (relying on too many young guys)
    OLB – Push (we have solid returning talent, but we lost two NFL bound LB’s. Lo will have to step up big time)
    ILB – Worse (I’ve always believed you need serious size at ILB and a QB/General to run the D. Losing Ganus really hurts this group)
    DBs – Improve (we have tons of experienced talent)
    Total Defense – Worse (too many question marks in the front 7 and too thin along the DL)
    Defensive Coaching – Push 

    Special Teams:
    Punting: Push (too much of an unknown)
    Punt Return: Improve (tons of talent to return punts and I think we’ll block more punts this year)
    Kick-Off: Push (your guess is as good as mine)
    Kick-returns: Improve (again tons of talent to return kick-offs)
    Field Goal Kicking: Worse (this is a very scary situation)
    ST Coaching: Improve (we have a dedicated coach now)
    Overall: Push (this could easily be Worse, but too many unknowns to really tell)

  58. MMCSDAWG

    Bansai buckeroo Hank, Clete, Ralph, Dusty, Felix and Darrel…  Go ole days for sure!

  59. MMCSDAWG

    RumRunnerDoogie Bleudawg MMCSDAWG Bansai buckeroo It’s also where they hold the State finals for Track every year for a long time.

  60. MMCSDAWG

    RumRunnerDoogie Bleudawg MMCSDAWG Bansai buckeroo

    Northeast of Atlanta, close to Athens!  lol.   It’s in Jackson co. About 22 miles from Athens.

  61. Bansai buckeroo

    @Chief……yep, you could buy a general admissions ticket and just about sit anywhere in the stadium……ahhhh the good old days…. 🙂

  62. Bleudawg

    MMCSDAWG Bleudawg Bansai buckeroo ok I have an old college roommate in Jefferson. Hes a crazy sob. You likely wouldnt know him

  63. MMCSDAWG

    Bleudawg MMCSDAWG Bansai buckeroo No I was born and raised on the southside of Atlanta, but my grand parents are from that area and retired there after working in downtown Atl during their careers.  I graduated from Riverdale HS.

  64. MMCSDAWG

    Bansai buckeroo Mine too Buck, My grandfather used to take me all the time and when we didn’t go to games we would listen to Milo on WSB in the evenings up in Jefferson once he retired!  Dang what happened.

  65. MMCSDAWG

    bahits MMCSDAWG dsw61 DawgByte Right!  I believe that is the case as well.  Much like H. Mason, his future is in coaching as well.

  66. Score Check

    Bulldawg36
    We need to talk about the Smart-Ga-State-Legislature-Open-Records scandal.  LOL

  67. RumRunnerDoogie

    Bulldawg36 naw the tom brady suspension, that hasnt been talked about enough by anyone

  68. Bansai buckeroo

    Yes rummy…very nostalgic for me…..reminds me of the teams of my youth…haha

  69. Score Check

    DawgByte
    Interesting he doesn’t have any O-Linemen on his list.
    Maybe the OTs are silent commits.

  70. RumRunnerDoogie

    MMCSDAWG dawgmum RumRunnerDoogie doubt it will happen there, cant really think of anyone committing to school at this event

  71. bahits

    MMCSDAWG dsw61 DawgByte Lambert’s future might be in coaching, and here is his chance.  We have all seen that there is a lot of money in it.

  72. dawgmum

    RumRunnerDoogie dawgmum I’m thinking so. There’s got to be one or two. How awesome would it be if a bunch of them committed while they’re all together?

  73. RumRunnerDoogie

    Bansai buckeroo the braves are literally the worst team in the majors this year :ends dicussion

  74. MMCSDAWG

    Bansai buckeroo That’s alright…  I’d rather listen to the debate over real silver britches! ###

  75. Greg Poole

    You can tell it is the off-season – complaining about ‘analysts; ranking unis is definitely an off-season exercise.

  76. RumRunnerDoogie

    Bansai buckeroo with a single shot bottle of rum hidden under it. i like that idea

  77. Bulldawg36

    Yeah they ain’t bad. But the dawgs uniforms should rank higher- and they used to be ranked higher but now most of the analyst don’t even have us in their top ten and that’s bull crap!!!

  78. DawgLink

    I think the size runs in his family. His cousin is a salesman that visits me. He’s a pretty big boy too

  79. Bulldawg36

    MCGARITY does need to spice up ours uni’s by getting us the real silver britches!!!!!!

  80. Bulldawg36

    I can’t stand these analysts that don’t give our uniforms enough credit!!!! ESPN picked LSU as the best unifoems in the sec!!!!! Hate em!!!!!!!!

  81. Bulldawg36

    Yeah it will. Fromm might beat him out because he would already have a year in the system but we shall see

  82. dsw61

    Greg Poole Like how the ball is centered in his chest. Holding the ball a little lower is actually more natural…but the QB gurus have convinced themselves there is a benefit to holding it up higher so that is what gets taught. Aaron Rogers came into the NFL holding the ball really high because that is what he was taught in college. Under the tutelage of head coach McCarthy, Rodgers’ pre-pass triangle set came down to between his numbers. The result was his motion became quicker, his power increased and his timing improved. You will never convince a QB guru that it’s beneficial to hold the ball down by the numbers more. It never ceases to amaze me how these myths get perpetuated to the point where they become universally accepted as the truth.

    “In Aaron Rodgers’ particular situation, he had a very high ball carriage which I felt there was a stiffness to the way he carried the ball. It wasn’t as natural because he is a very good athlete and it’s something you didn’t see in my opinion in his earlier days, how good of an athlete he was and I think it’s something we’ve adjusted and he’s very natural with it. Every quarterback that I’ve ever coached, you’re always looking to improve their mechanics.” — McCarthy

  83. PTCDawg

    Greg, gotta say whatever you spent on your new camera equipment was worth it! Beautiful stuff!

  84. Greg Poole

    Fromm has really good vision. He looked off dbs and checked off receivers repeatedly. This kid is not coming the UGA to ride the pine.

  85. Greg Poole

    MMCSDAWG I think he is bigger than Murray – looks thicker – everyone was commenting on his size – thickness

  86. Reddawg13

    Bansai buckeroo I agree, but we are courting Solomon, Zamir, Akers and others , yeah we will turn some away and we do have a line but win big this year and next year and the courtship either doesn’t have to happen or it is a very short one.

  87. MMCSDAWG

    DawgByte Bulldawg36 That and winning championships!  You can cheat like hell in the case of ole piss and what do they have to show for it??  Winning is the ultimate barometer!

  88. DawgByte

    Bulldawg36 Need to land a couple of 5 stars. Why LeCounte isn’t recognized as a 5 star by the 247 Sports rankings is beyond me.

  89. DawgByte

    Bulldawg36 We’re doing a great job of bringing kids on campus. The true litmus test is when they commit and sign their LOI.

  90. MMCSDAWG

    Greg Poole Like hearing that!  I like this kids attitude!  He might be a bigger stronger A. Murray type QB for us!

  91. Greg Poole

    Jake Fromm lit it up at the 7v7 today – photos coming – more action this afternoon from Sanford

  92. MMCSDAWG

    dsw61 DawgByte Welcome aboard our Eason Train!  I agree, unless there is something we are not being told or haven’t seen, I just don’t see the positives outweighing the negatives with regard to Lambert starting.  I really appreciate everything he has done for us and he will always be a DGD, but right now, his best contribution to our team will come with mentoring and helping Eason in the film room and during scout team work preparing him for what he is about to see.

  93. dsw61

    DawgByte I’m starting to lean more and more towards Eason starting. I just don’t see the benefit of playing Lambert in a season where Georgia isn’t expected to contend for a playoff spot. I’d rather see Eason get experience to further his development for 2017 and 2018.

  94. dsw61

    Reddawg13 dsw61 Greg Poole What he does now has worked in HS, and may work in college. Not sure if it will work in the NFL. I’m actually very curious to see if his tendency to throw with level shoulders…which requires a lower arm slot to throw spirals consistently…will work against better competition. Agree he is comfortable doing what he’s doing…but he would be just as comfortable…and likely more comfortable… adding some shoulder tilt. The one truism when teaching mechanics is that you cannot mess a kid up teaching them to use their bodies the way nature intended…they will always get better. The problem is that few coaches understand cause and effect when it comes to mechanics…which leads to playing whack-a-mole.

  95. Bulldawg36

    Eason is ready! Would like to see him swinging right out of the gates vs Carolina blue!!! UGA will be victorious!!!

  96. Bulldawg36

    247 has UGA ranked 6th in crootin. Won’t be long tho….we will pass Miami and lsu

  97. MMCSDAWG

    Bansai buckeroo Might have already happened…  Just guessing here no real inside knowledge, but I suspect your right buck.

  98. Bansai buckeroo

    Red they are already lining up… I think we will be turning down some pretty good football players in the 17 class when all is said and done…

  99. godawgs678

    Mark Webb is visiting this weekend. Wouldn’t shock me at all if he commits. WR spots filling up fast so he better jump on board.

  100. Reddawg13

    MMCSDAWG Reddawg13 dsw61 Greg Poole And that is what I want to see. Good Post Bro!

  101. Reddawg13

    MMCSDAWG DawgByte Greg Poole Win big this year and the Croots will line up to commit to the G!

  102. MMCSDAWG

    DawgByte Greg Poole Can’t say Kirby and company aren’t giving it their best…  The birthday wishes to mom was a HUGE plus for the Dawgs and Kirby!  Long way to go and I believe we will be in it til the end and I like our chances!

  103. DawgByte

    Bleudawg dsw61 Greg Poole Dawgsrulegumpsdrool2 Man that belly is about to blow!!!

  104. DawgByte

    Bulldawg36 If it helps to land one unexpected 4 or 5 star player then it’s worth it.

  105. DawgByte

    Good morning everyone.

    Really enjoyed reading Steve Clarkson’s take on Jacob Eason. It appears Eason edged out Patterson for best QB honors of the camp. As I stated on the link, I’m beginning to change my tune about the starting QB race. I think Eason should be the starter to begin the season. I also believe it wouldn’t hurt to have him watch a couple of series to begin the UNC game to get a feel for the speed of the game. Then it will be time to hand him the ball and start the new era at UGA.

  106. Bleudawg

    Reddawg13 dsw61 Greg Poole Dawgsrulegumpsdrool2 I have a yeti and they are nice (won mine in a rotory club raffle) but Im more of an Igloo cooler kind of guy. those Omaha steak Styrofoam jobs work well too!

  107. RobDawg

    I saw where Tyler was drafted by the Coloroda Rockies. Little known fact – the Director of Major League Operations for the Rockies is a UGA grad Paul Egins who was my roommate for a year in Athens. Paul was a student then graduate trainer for the football and other teams for Georgia. He was head trainer at small colleges along the way before joining the Braves organization. He worked his way up to assistant to Hank Aaron before getting his break into baseball operations and front office when the Rockies organization was formed. He has worked his way up the ladder with Rockies and now is Director of Major League Operations for the club. Great story Greg for an article about a Damn Good Dawg

  108. MMCSDAWG

    Reddawg13 Bansai buckeroo LOL!  Makes me feel in shape seeing someone like that!  I feel skinny…

  109. MMCSDAWG

    Reddawg13 dsw61 Greg Poole I like the multiple release points that he is able to use depending on the situation.  Pretty sure Chaney will leave his overall throwing mechanics alone and probably focus more on his foot work and ball handling from under center.

  110. Bansai buckeroo

    @Bleudawg… I understand that picture was taken when you were in shape..##…. 🙂

  111. Reddawg13

    Greg Poole Way to go Malcolm! If he stays healthy Brady will get him the ball and he WILL catch it!

  112. Reddawg13

    dsw61 Greg Poole I hope if he does increase shoulder tilt it just happens naturally and not because he or someone else starts monkeying around with his mechanics. What he does now works and he apparently is comfortable with it.

  113. Bulldawg36

    I hope Kirkby has a bunch of success with these camps!!! Everybody else is for the birds!!!!!!!

  114. MMCSDAWG

    ZippyMorocco Great to hear Zip!  Glad it went well and you get to go home today!  hopefully rehab will go great!

  115. Reddawg13

    Bulldawg36 Depends on the success other schools have with them. We thought he wouldn’t hire a person like Lane Kiffin and run some spread with a Blake Sims either. And he had to morph his defense some too to play against the spread.

  116. Bulldawg36

    I said it’s Great to be a Georgia Bulldawg! I said it’s great to be a Georgia Bulldawg!!!!!

  117. MMCSDAWG

    ZippyMorocco DawgDaddy Morning Zip.  How did the surgery go?  Your here that’s a good sign!!

  118. Bleudawg

    dsw61 Greg Poole Dawgsrulegumpsdrool2 DSW my wife and I just got back from our trip too. We had a blast. its hard to get back to the grind isnt it.

  119. dsw61

    Greg Poole Dawgsrulegumpsdrool2 I know what you mean about the blistering sun. I was tired when I got home last week doing this for six days:)

  120. dsw61

    Greg Poole  It will be interesting to see if Eason’s tendency to throw with level shoulders will matter in college. Shoulder tilt when throwing is natural for most of us, so I think there is a good chance he will gradually increase his shoulder tilt over time in a way where it just happens naturally.

  121. ZippyMorocco

    Just saw the surgeon. I’m out of here this afternoon.
    He said it was one of the worst he has done.

  122. Greg Poole

    Dawgsrulegumpsdrool2
    Maybe next time. 
    It was a fun day. Lots of good play. Blistering sun. I was tired when I got home.

  123. Dawgsrulegumpsdrool2

    Greg I saw you at the stadium yesterday but didn’t get a chance to introduce myself since our bus git stuck in traffic from the intramural fields to Sanford and we had to get stretched back out in a hurry. But I was the white guy with a blue camo shirt on with carver. But man yesterday was too fun. Can’t believe I got to coach two games in that stadium

  124. DawgDaddy

    ZippyMorocco Morning Zippy, good news.  I hope your rehad goes great and up are fully recovered soon.

  125. Greg Poole

    ZippyMorocco  Good deal, bud. Hope your adjustment period is short and you start running marathons soon.

  126. ZippyMorocco

    Moning Leatherheads. Got my new knee yesterday. Pain isn’ too bad. Will try to con my way out of here today.
    Thanks so much for your thoughts and prayers.