Okay thanks for the explanation!! Didn’t realize Hussey was Penn St tooNo, there was no Elliot Washington thread & I wasn’t gonna start one.
The relevance is that he was flipped to Penn ST, that currently has 3 Safeties committed, King Mack, DaKaari Nelson & Conrad Hussey. Washington is a CB/S he can play both & Hussey is seen as a potential Miami flip.
I honestly think he can play cb and i wouldnt mind. I know he was a rb.Hussey is a completely different player than Aguero, but Hussey is massively underrated because he's so new to the safety position.
Mack has been playing DB much longer may be more techical, both athletic...Hussey to me has more upside. I honestly would take both considering what type of db classes we got the last 2...both will have time to simmer because the cupboard isnt bare.Who’s the better prospect Hussey or Mack? Haven’t watched film on either one
Would imagine he takes Aguero's spot if he doesn't pop for us later this month?
I don't understand why we just went after two out of state guys when we got 2 good players at Aquinas. Maybe they rate those other guys so much higher. Most of Bonsu film is at nickel back and in the box too. And Joenel has limitedI know this is going to seem like sour grapes, especially if Joenel ends up elsewhere, but I never understood taking both Joenel and Bonsu. They played essentially the same position, though they have different strengths. They are both SS in most defenses.
But, to me, Hussey looks like a FS with range and ball skills. And we need one of those in this class, regardless if Aguero or Bonsu commit
I don't understand why we just went after two out of state guys when we got 2 good players at Aquinas. Maybe they rate those other guys so much higher. Most of Bonsu film is at nickel back and in the box too. And Joenel has limited
film. Maybe they don’t like the body types and traits we have to play that tweener position whatever they call it now. Romeo Finley was the last good one