he is what he is and just trying to get attention imoSpoke to a coach at Southeastern University in Lakeland where he played. The coach's daughter played soccer with my daughter...and we would talk from time to time about Sam. Kid was a knucklehead...I'll leave it at that.
They didn’t have any room for him at that position, if I remember correctly. They got a surprise APB or ATH commit that was valued more than him so they pushed him out and saved the spot for a defensive player. At least, that’s what I remember. Have a ton friends who are die hard OSU fans and I remember they said something close to that.I’m curious about the Ohio state part. He said he was silently committed to them. I remember a flurry of Ohio state crystal balls came in. Then he picked Miami.. did Ohio state drop him? Anyone know?
Only a guy like Richards can make Rosier look respectable.This shat is comical, since when in football did mofo's start caring about whether a coach was an A-hole or not, the only question that mattered and still does to me is can that mofo A-hole coach. All this soft azz shat needs to be eliminated, to much faggotry in many facets of society these days. If I see Ahmon richards, harley or berrios complaining I might listen, but seems to me the mofo's who actually came to UM to be the best balla's they could be and concentrated on football are the ones NOT COMPLAINING! Since when is it mandatory that a mofo is suppose to get along with his position coach, alot of patheticness and pettiness continuing to float around these days!
And let the Truth be told, alot of these recruits needed somebody to be an A-hole to, somebody has to get the sorry soft azz, losing mentality out of these losers. They can say whatever they want about coach dugan's, under him, guys produced every year, what coach dugan's did with langham is similar to what coach banda did with knowles, real coaches maximizes and unlock their players potential.
LOL. C'mon, man. He was a big time recruit. I trust DMoney's judgment and he thought he was the best WR in Broward. He was the highest rated recruit in our class, at least according to the services. I would have loved to watch him play had he not gotten in trouble and ended up in purgatory.You mean "what if he didn't suck at football?" That list?
He played. At a very low level. And he still couldn't outshine anyone. To think he'd succeed at the major P5 level when he couldn't even get it done in NAIA ball is absurd.LOL. C'mon, man. He was a big time recruit. I trust DMoney's judgment and he thought he was the best WR in Broward. He was the highest rated recruit in our class, at least according to the services. I would have loved to watch him play had he not gotten in trouble and ended up in purgatory.