Agree with what you're saying but while he may not do as well as Raymond, he'd do better than he's doing now. Most seem to have a jones for Rumph because of Campbell, Surtain, Jobe and Stevenson. There was no way he or anyone else was going to get them away from Bama and GA.I don’t think he does as well as Raymond. I cut Rumph slack in missing the top guys taking bags. I’ll also buy in that he’s been limited in who he wants to recruit but I think there’s some truth to him not being a good recruiter.
Still, I’d be looking to fix that by upgrading from Patke to a stud recruiter to team with Banda and let Rumph focus more on the coaching aspects. Talking about canning Rumph while Patke’s there is not the right priority.
I put those guys named in the group of top guys - whether it’s bags or just going to the top teams - I don’t hold that on him.Agree with what you're saying but while he may not do as well as Raymond, he'd do better than he's doing now. Most seem to have a jones for Rumph because of Campbell, Surtain, Jobe and Stevenson. There was no way he or anyone else going to get them away from Bama and GA.
They should have known that early on. My issue has been why didn't line up others like Samuels, Davis or Elam until it was too late. Don't know who's driving the CB board.
Give rumph a 10 win season and all you get is al blades JR on the other side of that coinGive Raymond a 6-7, 7-6, and bomb the end of the season like we did three years ago, let me know how good his recruiting is. Combine that with a local recruiting ground that's not loyal to the local team.
We aren't playing on a level playing field with regards to recruiting for various reasons.
Put Rumph where Raymond is, what do you think happens?