New OT offer

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That's the type of body you can build into a quality O-lineman. Obviously would need to see some football tape but its a good foundation. Would need several years of development based off the videos above.
 
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Project but take him anyway. The only guy that could provide immediate help anyway is Neal and that ship is well off into the horizon at this point.

Have this guy start eating what The Rock does everyday and we’ll have a 300lb monster in a year or 2.
 

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That's the type of body you can build into a quality O-lineman. Obviously would need to see some football tape but its a good foundation. Would need several years of development based off the videos above.
Agree. Also a plus that he is also from Brooklyn. I like this offer and at first glance looks like we could flip him
 

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Teammate of Jared Harrison-Hunte who will officially visit Miami this weekend
 

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Smith, ElGammal, Butler grad transfer OT, and one more HS kid, preferably a OT. I’ll take that
 

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Problem with Golden is he was offering the wrong kids in the northeast. (Njoku and Courtel aside)

There’s talent in the NJ/NY area.
This post highlights one of the biggest myths of the Al Golden era: He offered and took too many northeast players

2013 - AQM, Kevin Olsen, Gus Edwards, & Hunter Knighton

2014 - Courtel & Kiy Hester

2015 - Njoku, Gordinier, Jahair Jones, Mahoney, & Jerome Washigton

Gus Edwards was plan B to Alex Collins who we lost late. Knighton was a OL (very hard to hit on). Njoku and Jenkins outperformed their rankings. AQM is AQM. Kiy Hester and Kevin Olsen were highly rated kids that didn’t pan out. Jerome Washington was the #1 JUCO TE in the country. Jaime Gordinier looked like a talented player but injuries derailed his career. Jahair Jones, although not our strongest linemen, was still a starter on this team. Hayden Mahoney will be a returning starter and potentially a capable backup if Gaynor or someone else takes his job.

Al Golden had a lot of problems, but Northeast recruiting was far from one of his bigger issues. He was fired because the 2011-2015 teams had a lot of NFL players on them and he couldn't consistently dominate the Coastal
 
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