Dazalin Worsham 4-Star WR and Alabama commit

grover

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Good. We've pvssy-footed around the SEC backyard too long and let them come into our territory and steal kids from our feeder schools. Our staff is now led by 2 ex-SEC coaches. Take the fight to those bastards. Maybe, just maybe, AL, LA, SC, GA, MI, TN kids that get slow-played or "out recruited" are as annoyed at being overlooked as our local So Florida kids can get at Miami when we do it. And maybe these kids would appreciate an OOS school pursuing them aggressively.

Miami's brand is national. We should start local, but absolutely need to hit up the kids we like OOS. Many will listen.
 

Koke

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Any updated numbers? That was from 2018. I looked Up his track times and they were not fast at all either. Might just be a possession receiver which are certainly needed as pure speed may not be his game
Is this the kid that has had two hip surgeries already?
 

Hoyacane1620

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It just feels like Bama is hoping someone takes him off their hands.
yea I've been watching this a little - IDK what's up with this kid. It did seem like their board thought he was going to be "dropped" at some point because they were in it for bigger fish. Now not so much. but supposedly Saban is more open to kids taking visits....

FWIW - seems like Bryan Robinson is one of three main targets now.....
 

Liberty City El

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It just feels like Bama is hoping someone takes him off their hands.
Kid had double hip surgery in Decemeber & April, he's a possession WR with good hands but lack of explosion.

I don't think he's a take for Bama, in fact they'll probably trade him for Bryan Robinson or EJ Williams.

They already have 3 WR's committed & including Worsham gives them 4, but they're definitely going to push him out.
 

Umfuture

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Any updated numbers? That was from 2018. I looked Up his track times and they were not fast at all either. Might just be a possession receiver which are certainly needed as pure speed may not be his game
11.92--100 meters in the one meet he ran in 2018 maybe will be in the 11.5 range or a little lower by 2020 graduation time.
 

Juancane

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Good. We've pvssy-footed around the SEC backyard too long and let them come into our territory and steal kids from our feeder schools. Our staff is now led by 2 ex-SEC coaches. Take the fight to those bastards. Maybe, just maybe, AL, LA, SC, GA, MI, TN kids that get slow-played or "out recruited" are as annoyed at being overlooked as our local So Florida kids can get at Miami when we do it. And maybe these kids would appreciate an OOS school pursuing them aggressively.

Miami's brand is national. We should start local, but absolutely need to hit up the kids we like OOS. Many will listen.
So go for second tiers kids from lesser states is the strategy now?!?!?
 

stb

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Nice soft hands, more quick than fast, has a nice short burst to get open and turns DBs around a lot. Last year we could have used some "hands" with some of our speed receivers and there were a lot for crucial drops at times killing drives.

Look at his offer sheet.
 

1953

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Nice soft hands, more quick than fast, has a nice short burst to get open and turns DBs around a lot. Last year we could have used some "hands" with some of our speed receivers and there were a lot for crucial drops at times killing drives.

Look at his offer sheet.
For sure with a lot of dropped balls at critical times last year.
 

randolph herndon

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You guys kill me. A pass for you? Luckily it’s not for you. An Alabama commit and you wouldn’t want him. Alabama must be doing something right with the dynasty they have built. We need to steal their blueprint and they’re recruits, bottomline
Offered by Clemson, Georgia, LSU, and others. Every top team has a variety of receivers for certain situations.
 

brock

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Nice soft hands, more quick than fast, has a nice short burst to get open and turns DBs around a lot. Last year we could have used some "hands" with some of our speed receivers and there were a lot for crucial drops at times killing drives.

Look at his offer sheet.
That definitely is true
 
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