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2015 Recuiting Updates

Posted: 12/14/2012 11:34 PM

2015 Recuiting Updates 


Please try and keep this thread to 2015 Recruits. Due to having a still severely injured fiance'e from an auto accident, I don't have as much free time as I would like to devote to this. So, I took the liberty of taking an easy way out for the start of this Thread:

Here is a list of all of the 2015 Offers at this time per 247sports.com:
northcarolina.247sports.com/Se...Football/Offers

Here is a list of all of the 2015 Targets at this time per 247sportscom:
northcarolina.247sports.com/Se...ootball/Targets

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Posted: 12/15/2012 1:47 AM

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Thanks Space how is your fiance recovering? I was also wondering when the 2015 recruiting board would be coming out?
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Posted: 12/15/2012 7:38 AM

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Thanks Mr. Space, I am sure you have much on your plate during these holidays and I do appreciate your desire to keep the Tarheel family as part of your daily duties, in the midst of, all that's going on.
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Posted: 12/15/2012 7:45 AM

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Shy Tuttle looks to be a good one but Ohio State has offer.

insider.espn.go.com/blog/colle...recruiting-week
After going over two months without a commitment, Ohio State landed some two big names in big ways last week to highlight a very busy seven days of recruiting as the Buckeyes look to close out the 2013 class strong.


Courtesy Conley Family
Gareon Conley was part of a big recruiting weekend for Ohio State.
When Gareon Conley (Massillon, Ohio/Washington) and Donovan Munger (Shaker Heights, Ohio/Shaker Heights) gave their pledge to Ohio State Friday and Sunday, respectively, it marked a huge day for the Buckeyes, who now have eight ESPN 150 athletes in their recruiting class.

Conley brings raw talent to the mix and is an incredible asset to an already strong secondary in the class.

Munger is a wide body that will plug the line quite well.

Incidentally, ESPN 150 linebacker Mike Mitchell tagged along and called his official visit crazy, awesome and great.

But Conley, Mitchell and Munger weren’t the only recruits Ohio State went after last week as the Buckeyes closed in on a few and offered scholarships to more as well.

On Monday, the Buckeyes dipped back into Phoenix Ariz. and offered two more Mountain Pointe athletes in Jalen Brown and Natrell Curtis. They had offered teammate and offensive tackle Kenny Lacy.

Tuesday brought great news as ESPN Watch List junior Jonathan Haden (Washington D.C./Friendship Collegiate Academy) said he planned on making a trip up to Columbus, Ohio for an unofficial visit.

Ohio State also added another offer, but this one was vested for three years from now as class of 2014 defensive tackle Shy Tuttle nabbed the Buckeyes interest.

As a sophomore, he came into his own with 95 solo tackles -- 26 for loss -- 18 sacks, four forced fumbles and two fumble recoveries.

Last weekend’s official visit list grew by one when junior college linebacker Tommy Sanders indicated he would make the trip as well despite not having an offer.

The news wasn’t all good as Robert Foster (Monaca, Pa./Central Valley) dropped Ohio State from his list, David Dawson (Detroit/Cass Tech) had to postpone his official visit and Oregon stepped up with an offer to former Auburn commit Trey Johnson (Lawrenceville, Ga./Central Gwinnett).

Johnson still has the Buckeyes in his final two, however, so things still look good for the ESPN 150 linebacker.

ESPN Watch List offensive tackle Jimmy Byrne (Cleveland/St. Ignatius) also chose Notre Dame over the Buckeyes.

Shelton Gibson (Cleveland Heights, Ohio/Cleveland Heights) shifted his top five, but has Ohio State still way out in front.

On Wednesday, the Buckeyes amped up their efforts by making their second in-home visit to Mitchell before the ESPN 150 linebacker came to Columbus.

There were also offers to offensive tackles Jack Keeler (Barrington, Ill./Barrington) and Denzel Ward (Chicago/Hales Franciscan), but the Wisconsin and Michigan commits, politely declined.

On Friday, the Buckeyes prepped for a busy week of official visits by tendering an offer to 2015 super athlete Eric Glover-Williams, who was on hand on an unofficial visit.

The weekend saw Conley, Sanders, Mitchell and Munger join Ohio State commits Tracy Sprinkle (Elyria, Ohio/Elyria), Billy Price (Youngstown/Austintown-Fitch), Darron Lee (New Albany, Ohio/New Albany), Ezekiel Elliott (St. Louis/John Burroughs), Cam Burrows (Trotwood, Ohio/Trotwood-Madison), Evan Lisle (Centerville, Ohio/Centerville), Tim Gardner (Indianapolis/Lawrence Central) and Jayme Thompson (Toledo, Ohio/Central Catholic) on official visits.
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Posted: 12/15/2012 8:26 AM

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Shy is a stud. Big, strong and quick. Alabama keeps in touch with him and Clemson is all over him, his relative is former Clemson great Perry Tuttle from the National Championship team. I believe Shy is 1 of only 10 sophomores invited to the under armor game , although the sophomores do not get to play in the actual game.
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Posted: 12/15/2012 11:35 AM

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Wow, that's impressive. I read where, Clemson is his favorite school. We've placed some excellent DE's in the league that's productive now. If we keep winning, how can we not be a factor in his recruitment. Winning makes a lot of things possible.
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Posted: 12/15/2012 11:50 AM

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Are we too far behind on Holland? I see where Ford has an offer for us but I don't see it on 247.com. I see where Ford has an offer on ESPN players profile though. The Gamecocks, Vanderbilt, VT, GT, FUI, GT, UCF, and Cincinnati has offered also.

insider.espn.go.com/blog/ncfre...st/post?id=7201
Ohio State always has its eyes on the future, which is why Urban Meyer went back to a place he knows well and offered two underclassmen from Jacksonville (Fla.) Trinity Christian on Tuesday.

That’s where he found 2014 wide receiver Isaiah Ford and 2015 two-way standout Jeffrey Holland.

Both had incredible seasons for the Conquerors and are already generating a buzz in recruiting circles.

Ford came into his own this season to lead 9-2 Trinity Christian in catches (45), receiving yards (643) and touchdowns (13).

Holland made 25 tackles and had 4½ sacks as a linebacker/safety to go along with an interception, fumble recovery and blocked punt.

Holland will almost certainly put up incredible numbers next season on offense as well after being used as a complement alongside Florida commit and ESPN 150 running back Nick Washington (72 carries, 738 yards, 10 touchdowns).

Still, Holland’s 611 yards on 79 carries -- a 7.7 per carry average -- and five touchdowns were enough to move the meter of college coaches.

Throw in Georgia State commit and Conquerors quarterback Oshay Carter, who toted the ball 62 times for 257 yards and five scores, and Holland’s numbers look even better.

Ford currently has offers from Cincinnati, Florida International, Georgia Tech, North Carolina, Ohio State, South Carolina, UCF, Vanderbilt and Virginia Tech.

Holland has offers from Florida International, Georgia Tech, Ohio State and South Carolina.
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Posted: 12/15/2012 12:12 PM

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Most of our interest so far on the 2015 class in the defensive side.
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Posted: 12/15/2012 3:26 PM

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From what I saw this year I can see why haha.

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Most of our interest so far on the 2015 class in the defensive side.

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Posted: 12/15/2012 10:51 PM

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She is doing much better, but she can only walk a few feet at a time on a walker!!!

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Thanks Space how is your fiance recovering? I was also wondering when the 2015 recruiting board would be coming out?

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Posted: 12/16/2012 1:50 AM

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I'm glad she is getting better and I will continue to pray for her.

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She is doing much better, but she can only walk a few feet at a time on a walker!!!

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Thanks Space how is your fiance recovering? I was also wondering when the 2015 recruiting board would be coming out?

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Posted: 12/16/2012 6:09 AM

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Thanks, prayer works.

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I'm glad she is getting better and I will continue to pray for her.

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She is doing much better, but she can only walk a few feet at a time on a walker!!!

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Thanks Space how is your fiance recovering? I was also wondering when the 2015 recruiting board would be coming out?

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Posted: 12/16/2012 7:30 AM

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She is doing much better, but she can only walk a few feet at a time on a walker!!!

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Thanks Space how is your fiance recovering? I was also wondering when the 2015 recruiting board would be coming out?

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I'm glad to hear the wonderful news. Just take it slow and one day at at time. I will continue to pray as the Lord continues to do his work.
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Posted: 12/16/2012 9:51 AM

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Thank you from Gina and I.

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She is doing much better, but she can only walk a few feet at a time on a walker!!!

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Thanks Space how is your fiance recovering? I was also wondering when the 2015 recruiting board would be coming out?

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I'm glad to hear the wonderful news. Just take it slow and one day at at time. I will continue to pray as the Lord continues to do his work.

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Posted: 12/17/2012 11:00 AM

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The best news for the 2015 class is our scholarship reductions will be over. I'm guessing we will have a really good and deep class.

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Posted: 12/17/2012 11:32 AM

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The best news for the 2015 class is our scholarship reductions will be over. I'm guess we will have a really good and deep class.

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How many scholarships per year are we allowed?
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Posted: 12/17/2012 5:44 PM

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20 for 2013 and 2014 due to NCAA restrictions, 2015 and beyond 25 per year.

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The best news for the 2015 class is our scholarship reductions will be over. I'm guess we will have a really good and deep class.

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Posted: 12/17/2012 6:50 PM

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Thanks....

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20 for 2013 and 2014 due to NCAA restrictions, 2015 and beyond 25 per year.

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The best news for the 2015 class is our scholarship reductions will be over. I'm guess we will have a really good and deep class.

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Posted: 12/18/2012 8:31 AM

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This is true, but if you look at the class sizes I doubt seriously that we go straight to 25 in 2015. Assuming no one leaves and we sign 20 this year, the present class sizes are 10, 18, 21 and 35. That means to get to 20 in 2014 ten kids with remaining eligibility will have to leave. Some of those will come out of the rising Junior class next year which only reduces the size of the senior class for 2015, thus perpetuating the problem. I bet we do not get to 25 scholarships until 2016.
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Posted: 12/18/2012 9:25 AM

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Ships happen!!!!

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This is true, but if you look at the class sizes I doubt seriously that we go straight to 25 in 2015. Assuming no one leaves and we sign 20 this year, the present class sizes are 10, 18, 21 and 35. That means to get to 20 in 2014 ten kids with remaining eligibility will have to leave. Some of those will come out of the rising Junior class next year which only reduces the size of the senior class for 2015, thus perpetuating the problem. I bet we do not get to 25 scholarships until 2016.

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Posted: 12/18/2012 10:07 AM

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We have offered 2015 OT Drew Richmond from Memphis, TN per Scout:
northcarolina.scout.com/a.z?s=...amp;nid=6677448
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Posted: 12/18/2012 12:38 PM

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It's just UNC and Old Miss right now that have offered the young fellow. He looks like a beast. I am glad we are in early on him.

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We have offered 2015 OT Drew Richmond from Memphis, TN per Scout:
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Posted: 12/19/2012 7:35 PM

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What about this kid right here. Big-time 2016 prospect grew up a fan of #Alabama t.co/7QASJO3h

2016 Intro: Sulaiman Kamara
This story originally published on FOXSportsNEXT.com
Sulaiman Kamara

By Michael Clark
Recruiting Analyst
Posted Dec 18, 2012

Michael B. Clark

Richmond (Va.) Hermitage has one of the top high school football programs in Virginia. Through the years, the school has produced several great players. Freshman defensive tackle Sulaiman Kamara is poised to be the next star for the Panthers.

Hermitage High School is a Virginia High School football powerhouse, so it is rare for a freshman to play on the varsity squad.

Sulaiman Kamara did a lot more than just play for the Panthers this fall. He became one of the team’s best defensive players.

“I think my freshman season was great,” said Kamara. “We played hard and I got to play on a great team. It really gave me a chance to see what I need to work on to get better. “

Kamara got to play with a senior class that included college prospects Derrick Green and Brian Brown. The 2016 defensive lineman said he learned a lot from the seniors.

“I learned to always stay humble,” he said. “I also learned to respect the players and respect the game. They taught me to always go out and play my heart out. The last thing I learned was that if you take care of the little things, the big things will take care of themselves.”

College coaching staffs are already showing interest in the Kamara.

“I heard from Alabama first,” he said. “Lately, I’ve heard from Michigan, UVA, Virginia Tech, Miami, and Auburn.”

Despite living in Virginia, Kamara grew up a fan of an SEC team.

“Growing up, I was an Alabama fan,” said the 6-foot-2, 290-pound Kamara. “I just like the way they develop their players. Every year they have a lot of players go to the NFL. I also like how they work so hard and that they are so dedicated.”

Being Crimson Tide fan, Kamara was happy when they reached out to him.

“It was great to hear from them,” he said. “I was surprised at first. I never expected to get attention from them at such a young age. It was just great and it motivated me to work even harder.”

This summer will be a busy one for Kamara.

“Alabama wants me to come to their camp, so I’m going to go down there,” he said. “I’m also going to go to other camps, but that’s up to my brother. He’s helps me sign up for camps and things that will help me get better.”

For now, Kamara’s main focus is becoming a better player.

“I’m working on my speed, strength, and quickness,” he said. “Next year, I want to stand out and help lead my team go even further. I also want to make all-district and all-state.”
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Posted: 12/21/2012 10:27 AM

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I hoping the 2015 class will be a huge year in recruiting for us especially instate. If we can keep winning on the field I think coach Fedora and his coaching staff will bring us in top 15 classes on a regular basis.
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Posted: 12/21/2012 2:24 PM

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I hoping the 2015 class will be a huge year in recruiting for us especially instate. If we can keep winning on the field I think coach Fedora and his coaching staff will bring us in top 15 classes on a regular basis.

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Yes sir, win baby win..... Alabama wins but don't win with much excitement. Texas A&M lost 2 games but the 8 they won was with excitement. We will win with excitement and win over recruits. Who doesn't like excitement?
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Posted: 12/27/2012 3:27 PM

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Anything new happening with the 2015 offers? Are we close to getting anyone to pull the trigger?
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Posted: 12/31/2012 10:27 AM

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I have seen a few people talk about us being way out in front with DT Lee Autry. So he might be a candidate for an early commitment st some point.
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Posted: 12/31/2012 1:33 PM

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I have seen a few people talk about us being way out in front with DT Lee Autry.

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Heard that, too. Also heard that he probably won't get many scholarship offers because coaches know he's a heavy UNC lean at the moment. I've been wrong before, though.
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Posted: 12/31/2012 1:59 PM

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can he play?
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Posted: 12/31/2012 2:03 PM

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I haven't seen his film but he plays with a big time recruit in DT Shy Tuttle. Maybe we can bring both of them in the 2015 class.
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Posted: 12/31/2012 4:37 PM

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I haven't seen his film but he plays with a big time recruit in DT Shy Tuttle. Maybe we can bring both of them in the 2015 class.

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Autry plays for Lexington , Tuttle plays for North Davidson High School. Tuttle is a stud and has been offered by Clemson, South Carolina, OSU, and Alabama among others.
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Posted: 12/31/2012 6:14 PM

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I have seen a few people talk about us being way out in front with DT Lee Autry.

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Heard that, too. Also heard that he probably won't get many scholarship offers because coaches know he's a heavy UNC lean at the moment. I've been wrong before, though.

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I love what you are hearing. Please keep on listening.
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Posted: 12/31/2012 6:14 PM

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I haven't seen his film but he plays with a big time recruit in DT Shy Tuttle. Maybe we can bring both of them in the 2015 class.

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Autry plays for Lexington , Tuttle plays for North Davidson High School. Tuttle is a stud and has been offered by Clemson, South Carolina, OSU, and Alabama among others.

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I will keep saying this until I get blue in the face, all we have to do is win baby, win.
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Posted: 12/31/2012 7:08 PM

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My fault I read that on another board and then looked and saw Lexington NC by both of their names and assumed they were on the same team. I guess they are just both from Lexington NC.

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I haven't seen his film but he plays with a big time recruit in DT Shy Tuttle. Maybe we can bring both of them in the 2015 class.

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Autry plays for Lexington , Tuttle plays for North Davidson High School. Tuttle is a stud and has been offered by Clemson, South Carolina, OSU, and Alabama among others.

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Posted: 1/2/2013 5:27 PM

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Anyone know when IC might do a 2015 recruiting board?
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Posted: 1/4/2013 9:34 AM

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I believe Autry plays for Albemarle, not Lexington. But him, Tuttle and Darrian Roseboro from Lincolnton were 3 of the DLinemen to make Maxpreps sophomore all American team

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My fault I read that on another board and then looked and saw Lexington NC by both of their names and assumed they were on the same team. I guess they are just both from Lexington NC.

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I haven't seen his film but he plays with a big time recruit in DT Shy Tuttle. Maybe we can bring both of them in the 2015 class.

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Autry plays for Lexington , Tuttle plays for North Davidson High School. Tuttle is a stud and has been offered by Clemson, South Carolina, OSU, and Alabama among others.

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Posted: 1/9/2013 10:47 AM

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A 2016 kid we could begin to look into.

Josiah Coatney’s (Douglasville, Ga./Chapel Hill) freshman year in high school put the talented defensive end in a hole. Had he paid more attention in the classroom, the 6-foot-4, 260-pound junior might have a double-digit offer list and coaches stalking him on Facebook and Twitter. As it stands, the ESPN Watch List member has no offers despite being highly coveted.

“Yeah, freshman year, freshman year ... it was a lot of fun but it cost me a lot,” Coatney said. “But I think hard work in the classroom and on the field pays off in the self, so after this year I’ll be back on track.”
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Josiah Coatney is hoping that improved grades will attract attention from college coaches.
The soft-spoken defender is upfront and candid about his past mistakes.

“I’m at a 2.3 GPA,” Coatney said. “I want to get up to a 2.5 and start getting a lot more offers coming in. That has been the issue.”

At 6-foot-4 and tipping the scales at 260 pounds, Coatney managed to stand out even among 98 of the Peach State’s top athletes at the Rising Seniors' Georgia Junior Bowl in December. His potential showed in the pregame practices and he managed to run over one of the strongest players on the field during the game. College coaches want to offer him. In fact, Coatney has been told that if he had a 2.5 GPA his offer list would read like a who’s who of top college programs.

“It’s just a matter of getting my GPA up,” Coatney said. “Georgia would have offered me by now. Florida would have offered me by now. Alabama would have offered me and South Carolina would have offered. Vanderbilt wanted a 3.5 but I’m like I don’t think I’m going to get that. They all tell me that if they want to invest their time and money in me, they want to make sure I’m worth it. So my goal is to get my grade point average up. Hopefully I can get up high enough I won’t have to worry about it.”

Coatney dismissed his chances of signing with the Commodores, but Vanderbilt is one of the schools he would like to attend.

“They are a real big education school and I like that about them and they’re really good, coming up in the SEC about now,” he said. “I did want a chance to go there because if you get a degree from Vanderbilt you can do anything in life.”

Coatney actually likes Georgia better than Vanderbilt but is not a fan of the 3-4 defense that Todd Grantham uses.

“Mostly I do want to go to Georgia but the scheme -- that’s just one thing that keeps them at bay [compared to] everyone else,” Coatney said. “I don’t know if I would fit in it as much. I would probably play outside linebacker. It would be a matter of me getting used to that coming from defensive end to outside linebacker. But I love the way Mark Richt coaches his team. I love the way everything happens there -- all their facilities and their teamwork and how they almost made it to national championship. One game away. I like that, I like them.”

With grades being an issue, he could turn to many of the top junior colleges in the nation, but the schools recruiting him don’t want to wait two years.

“Everyone who talked to me -- because they’ve all told me the same thing -- they don’t want me to go to junior college,” Coatney said. “They want me to come freshman year. They don’t want to redshirt me either. They want me to come play my freshman year.”

The good news for him is that he has time. He is only a junior and is now attacking the books as hard as he attacks offensive linemen.

“Oh, my grades are good -- A's and B's, mostly,” he said. “I just came out with an 80 in math so I got that to a B, so all A's and B's. That should bring it back up, pretty good. I’m supposed to take my SAT in March or in the summer, so I have got to get with my counselor and talk with her about that. My ACT I’ll take in February. I’ve been study for it. I’ve been going to prep classes for it, so I’m prepared for that.”
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Posted: 1/9/2013 10:48 AM

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Anyone know when IC might do a 2015 recruiting board?

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Posted: 1/9/2013 3:47 PM

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Good I'm ready to see who we are looking at and who has early interest in us.
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Posted: 1/9/2013 4:43 PM

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YOu know that you can pull down the "prospects" page and look at who we have offered so far for 2015.
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