National Recruitment Manager for Rivals Adam Journey And hire analysts Sam Spiegelman And the Adam Friedman along with Gary Ferman From CaneSport.com Address three topics on recruitment and determine whether or not they believe each statement.
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1. Julian Armilla’s visit to Miami could push hurricanes to the top of his list.
Gorney’s Take: Fiction. It’s definitely a good sign of that Julian Armila Planning to be in Miami Early in the month before other visits over the summer, but I still think the five-star attacking intervention would leave the state to play college football. LSU And the Alabama It’s likely that they are set as the favorites at the moment as the development of Offensive Line Men in both programs is indisputable, and Armella has his sights set on NFL. Miami and Florida I still have a chance but my guess is that Armila is going to SEC.
Take Firman: Fiction. From the first day of enlistment, it was clear that Armela had focused on leaving South Florida. There were absolutely no signs up to this point that he was seriously considering Miami. After some initial FSU interest – his father, Enzo Armela, Playing a defensive line for the Seminoles in the early 1990s – all we hear pointing to LSU. But having said that, it’s really positive that Hurricanes made him attend the barbecue on June 1. It appears that at least Miami is still in the game we’re not ready to say that hurricanes are at the top of the list yet.
2. Jamauri Rogers will remain in the state and play in Ole Miss.
Gorney’s takes: Reality. There is no doubt that there are other programs included here and I don’t rule out many of them – especially Miami because he will visit there twice in June – and the four-star definitely won’t end up in Be a beauty queen But his relationships there are by far the best. Khmouri Rogers He was recruited by a position coach Terrell Buckley For years and assistant Derek Nicks You work on it too. Ole Miss is the in-state program, the coaching staff has been chasing them hard and I think those things will win.
Take Spiegelman: Fiction. Ole Miss is a competitor and you can never compete Lynn KevinEspecially the recruiting in his backyard. However, Rogers had heard of Our LadyAnd the TennesseeAnd the Texas A&M And Miami as well. I’m not going to exclude Alabama or even LSU, a school he was once committed to, but too. Ole Miss checks tons of boxes and there’s no doubt Rogers is open to playing near home. However, there is a lot of intense competition outside the state.
3. Amarion at Hampton and George Betaway could end up in North Carolina.
Gorney’s takes: Reality. There may be pressure on this size North Carolina The recruitment category will only be an opportunity to recreate the dynamic binary of Javonti Williams And the Michael Carter Which was a hit at Chapel Hill this past season can be hard to miss Amarion Hampton It looks like he’s more likely to end up with tar heels however George Petway He’s also serious about North Carolina. The early adopters love to play with each other now and not worry about splitting the load, so I still think that’s something that could happen. They both end up with tar heels? This may be difficult, but it is definitely possible.
Friedman’s Take: Fiction. Unless something changes or the coaching staff begins to feel differently about jogging appearing on the list, he will likely only take Tar Heels once in the relatively small recruitment class of 2022. Hampton has been on campus several times in the past month, taking advantage of his proximity From school to learn about the environment. Pettaway also has very strong connections at UNC and is close to many players but has not been on campus much. They will both be using their visits this summer and into the fall so we can count on some twists and turns along the way.
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