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Kiffin’s Crew Has 187 Offers out to 2010 Recruits

Proving that uncoventional is his conventional, Lane Kiffin has ordered his staff to go out and get players and they have done that. Tennessee has issued an ungodly amount of offers to the tune of 187. The Vols are going to juggle 25 signees out of 187 offers. Like everything else Kiffen has done since landing in Knoxville, the results of this will be interesting. Rival programs can go nowhere and pursue no one without hearing the name Tennessee.

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Announcing the Terry Hanratty Football Skills Camps

Terry Hanratty Football Skills Camp

Terry Hanratty on the cover of Time
Terry Hanratty on the cover of Time

Looking to get your name out their to college football recruiters?  Take advantage of this camp and get high quality coaching and instruction for a reasonable price.

Led by former Notre Dame All-American ,Heisman Trophy runner up and Pittsburgh Steeler QB Terry Hanratty. Terry’s knowledge of QB play and football in general is phenomenal. Learn from the best and gain exposure to college coaches and programs.

Sunday June 14, 10am-2-pm- Montclair State University
Open to all high school QB’s, WR’s, RB’s-all high school grades

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Rumors and Wires: Week of May 25, 2009

May 30th

Tennessee Volunteers are up to 187 offers out there to 2010 recruits. Full story

SoFlaFootball.com is reporting that St. Thomas Aquinas cornerback Keion Payne has two new offers from Auburn and Virginia.

SEC looking to put a cap on football signees. This measure is being looked into hard after Mississippi signed 37 players to their 2009 class. Currently the NCAA allows you to enroll 25 players in your recruiting class but there’s no cap on the amount you can sign. Many teams over sign their classes knowing that some won’t qualify and they can send them to prep schools and junior colleges.

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5-26: Video of the Day: Jeremy Davis – Ft. Myers, FL

Today’s video of the Day comes from Ft. Myers, Florida and Cape Coral High School.   Jeremy Davis can get it to the end zone.  Davis is a guarded secret down in Florida but those in the Cape Coral area know what time it is.  Davis is explosive and his speed stands out on film.  His video is short but sweet.  Davis will delight you with his sharp cuts,  break away speed and nose for the big play.  Whether he’s playing quarterback,  running back or defensive back,  Davis is doing one thing and that is making it hard for the other team to win.    The speedster recently committed to the University of Miami and is looking to push the Canes back to national prominence.  View Jeremy Davis’ highlight video.

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Wires and Rumors: Week of May 18, 2009

May 22nd

A ton of scouts were on hand to watch St. Thomas Aquinas H.S. (Florida) conclude their spring practices with their annual Blue & Gold scrimmage. The scrimmage was dominated by the defense for the most part as the offense struggled to find yards both running and throwing. Lamarcus Joyner did haul in a screen pass and took it roughly 60 yards for a score. Gio Bernard followed that up with a 50 yard run on the next play from scrimmage. Joyner also had a nice run on a reverse from his receiver spot. Cody Riggs broke nicely on a few pass plays and came inches within making some pick six plays. Rey Kirton and Vinnie Mauro were active on defense.

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5-21: Video of the Day: Peter Welsh – LB/FB – Bakersfield, CA

Today’s video of the day comes from the great state of California.  Linebacker / Fullback Peter Welsh is one of those players that just makes your team better.  He makes play after play from his linebacker spot whether he’s running in on a blitz or reading a play and getting to the football.   He plays linebacker like you are supposed to.  He also provides some tough running and hard blocking on offense from his fullback spot.  A first team All Southern San Jouqin Valley Area selection in 2008,  Welsh is being recruited by BYU, Utah, San Diego St.,  Washington,  Colorado St., Boise St. and more.  View Peter Welsh’s video.

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