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    Quote Originally Posted by DeadLast View Post
    Need to add Tennessee to Bogle's short list. If he decides to go out of state, wouldn't surprise me if he ended up there.
    the Bama folks think it will be Miami but dude put on a hell of a show in Atlanta. He was at the Bama cookout last week and i think also stopped at UGA so there's a ton of schools in play...also visited Tenn, Kentucky, and LSU. The scouts in Atlanta said he has the quickest first step in high school football making him unblockable for most Offensive Tackles

    Rivals has moved from #169 to #153 to now #50 player in country and probably rising some more after this camp of elite players

    Your boy Nix might have just earned his 5th star...
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    This weekend, at The Opening in Dallas, QB Spencer Rattler took a big jump to earning 5th star and distancing himself from Bo Nix. Today is the 7-on-7's with Rattler and 6 other OU commits on Team Overdrive which includes a RB, 3 WR, and a TE along with Rattler and a Guard. OU piling up the offensive high-end recruits but aren't bringing many top defensive players in at all. Their 5 highest rated recruits are offensive skill position guys while 5 of their lowest 7 rated recruits are on defense.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rolltide View Post
    This weekend, at The Opening in Dallas, QB Spencer Rattler took a big jump to earning 5th star and distancing himself from Bo Nix. Today is the 7-on-7's with Rattler and 6 other OU commits on Team Overdrive which includes a RB, 3 WR, and a TE along with Rattler and a Guard. OU piling up the offensive high-end recruits but aren't bringing many top defensive players in at all. Their 5 highest rated recruits are offensive skill position guys while 5 of their lowest 7 rated recruits are on defense.
    Little different results on day 3. Not sure how these kids will do when the pads go on or if either will get a 5th star, but pretty obvious both have some talent. The FSU and S Carolina commits are also having a strong camp.

    From Luke Stampini of 247sports, his ranking and comments:

    1. Bo Nix

    The Auburn commit threw the most touchdowns on the day with 15, and was able to hit on several big plays down the field to earn 'Alpha Dog' honors of the quarterback group. While other quarterbacks worked underneath routes, it was Nix that willing to take chances on vertical routes. The Pinson (Ala.) Pinson Valley product was the most consistent signal caller from start to finish, but he really came on strong during tournament play. Nix’s final stat line on Monday was 70 of 94 passing, completing 74-percent of his throws even with four drops by his wide receivers to ding that rate. Nix did throw three interceptions on the day, but 50 percent of his drives ended in scores.

    247Sports Composite Dual-Threat Ranking: 1.


    4. Spencer Rattler

    After an impressive throwing session on Sunday that had this Oklahoma commit atop the quarterback rankings, Rattler slipped behind others just a bit during the first day of seven-on-seven play. The 6-foot-1, 175-pound Rattler still completed 74-percent of his throws, which was third best on the day, after completing 56 of 76 passes. Rattler was still able to flash that elite arm talent which helped him toss 10 touchdowns to just three interceptions. Overall, 48 percent of Rattler’s drives on Monday ended with scores.

    247Sports Composite Pro-Style Ranking: 1.
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    Rivals did a story on their highest rated QB's in history...they've been in business since the 1999 football recruiting season and have had 11 QB in top 4 of national rankings for their recruiting classes including 3 (!) last year with Lawrence #1, Fields #2, and Daniels #4


    #1 overall = Trevor Lawrence (Freshman at Clemson), Vince Young, Jimmy Clausen, Terrelle Pryor
    #2 overall = Justin Fields (Freshman at Georgia), Josh Rosen
    #3 overall = Shea Patterson
    #4 overall = JT Daniels (Freshman at USCw), Rhett Bomar, Ryan Mallett, Ben Olson
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    Quote Originally Posted by rolltide View Post
    This weekend, at The Opening in Dallas, QB Spencer Rattler took a big jump to earning 5th star and distancing himself from Bo Nix. Today is the 7-on-7's with Rattler and 6 other OU commits on Team Overdrive which includes a RB, 3 WR, and a TE along with Rattler and a Guard. OU piling up the offensive high-end recruits but aren't bringing many top defensive players in at all. Their 5 highest rated recruits are offensive skill position guys while 5 of their lowest 7 rated recruits are on defense.
    Both Nix and Rattler led their teams to the 7-on-7 championship but Rattler dominated Nix's team in the final and won 28-6 so the seven OU commits got it done. Down 8-7 Rattler's team scored final 19 points of the game with the top WR in nation, Wease, catching 3 TD.
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