I love DC Jefferson. He lists Tennessee his favorite but I hope we can get in it for him.
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Terrelle Pryor has already said that he will stay close to home.
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So why is Miami on his early list...? Thats contradicting. I assume Rivals just has it wrong?
I'm not very high on DC personally. I'd much rather have a pure passer. His mechanics aren't great and I think he is a much more talented runner than a passer. I'm no scout, nor am I affliated with FSU though so my opinion doesn't mean much. FSU could absolutely love him and he could very well turn out to be the next Vince Young, so don't let my opinion offend anyone. Thats just my opinion.
What other highly touted QB's are in the state this coming year?
What about the kid from Texas? Riley Dodge. His film is over on Sunshinepreps if you want to check it out. The kid is a bit small at 5'11", but his film is flat out impressive. However, he is from Texas which usually means UT LOCK. I just checked his Rivals profile and he listed Texas and Texas Tech, but also their are schools like RICE, TULSA, SMU, MISSOURI, AND NORTH TEXAS... so I guess schools aren't as high on him as I am. Yal go look at his film and tell me what you think.
I'd love to have him @ FSU...
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I would imagine Riley Dodge is not being recruited yet because he's small and because it's early.
From the video I've seen of the two, I think Jefferson is much more of a passer than Pryor. Guess I'm partial to Jefferson between the two because he's a FL boy and he seems to throw it more than Pryor. I'll check out Dodge's film in a bit, see how it looks.
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Althoug DC is a JR clone for Fisher...I think we should recruit Jacory Harris and is Pryor going to play football or bball or both?
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Dodge is better then both of them
his size is his biggest downfall
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Riley Dodge is Todd Dodge's son. Todd Dodge was one of the great Texas qbs back in the Fred Akers days. Todd Dodge ranks ninth on the UT all-time passing list (2,791 yards) and stands ninth in TD passes (18). His 359 passing yards in Texas' 44-16 win over Rice in 1985 stood as the Longhorn single-game record for 13 years. But Texas isn't likely to offer Riley Dodge. There are several other qbs that Texas likes better, like Andrew Luck. Mostly because of Dodge's small size. But he certainly is productive. Anyway, the competition for Dodge isn't Texas. It is North Texas. Why would any kid pick North Texas over FSU? Because Riley's father, Todd Dodge, was just named the head football coach at North Texas.
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Riley Dodge as mentioned before is definitely going to North Texas to be with his dad.The school Southlake Carroll has been a powerhouse from 3A to 5A in the state of Texas since 1993.Their best qb was Chase Daniels who is currently at Missouri.That's who we should have went hard after.That school has so much money pouring into it,it's ridiculous.Nate Newton,former Cowboy great,has a son at rb.Mike Renfro,former Houston Oiler receiver,had a son who played receiver there 2 years ago.Not to mention all the local tykes whose kids go to school there.
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If Dodge gets offered by big schools...I doubt he throws the big schools out in favor of Daddy.
I think he'll go to a Texas or a Texas A&M.
Seriously...a major school losing such a great QB prospect to North Texas?
I truly doubt he's throw away an Ohio State/FSU/ or USC letter in favor of North Texas
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"If Dodge gets offered by big schools...I doubt he throws the big schools out in favor of Daddy."
You never know. Art Briles is the coach at the University of Houston and his son transferred from Texas even though he was slated to start. Loyal to his dad. Kinne just signed with Texas even though his Dad is a Baylor assistant coach.