4 Star WR Romello Brinson commits to Miami

jkaz1

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It's better than non-American owned and non-American manufactured.

It wasn't my decision to send all the mfg jobs overseas.

That was the brain trust running corporate America over the past 5 decades.

That worked out well.

Nike is american owned but their inventory is made in sweatshops in vietnam.
 

puertorricane

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It's better than non-American owned and non-American manufactured.

It wasn't my decision to send all the mfg jobs overseas.

That was the brain trust running corporate America over the past 5 decades.

That worked out well.
It's american owned but It's still not american manufactured.

You just supporting corporations that have no loyalty for the US. They take your money but wont pay taxes and take the jobs overseas.

So blindly supporting nike because is american owned is a naive reason.
Find a better reason.
 

Hoyacane1620

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Brinson & Brantley = LEADERS These guys are going to come in and make a difference in many ways. From an interview with Rivals:

At 6-foot-2 and 185 pounds, Brinson says he wants to “get to 195, 200.” “I’ve been taking protein shakes - I just want to be the right size walking into college,” he said.

Brinson says he’s spent eight weeks working with former NFL star Brandon Marshall - he was referred to Marshall by his mother’s cousin, former NFL star Chad Ochocinco. “Brandon Marshall, he tells me how to run, what to look for coverage-wise, different drills that will help me day in and day out during the season," Brinson said. "I notice the difference, I’m still developing, trying to learn different things.”

Brinson said he has been working hard recruiting since he committed. Said he is talking to Kinchens, Jake Garcia, the Palmetto boys and James Williams. He says he can't say for sure what any of them are doing - he did say Garcia "likes the Miami guys, the way we play and stuff like that. "
And as far as Williams, "if we’re doing the job right, who knows what he’ll do"
 

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I got to watch him several times in high school and the dude is just electric. He may not have the blazing 40 time but he knows how to manipulate his route running to dust people. I have high hopes/expectations for him.
Same here. He put on for Fletcher, Payton’s going to be a stud in Lashlee’s offense for 2020 and beyond. Can’t wait to see him play again.
 
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