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I think we should pass! Now before everyone jumps down my throat here me out..... If we take coley that would mean going into the 2014 recruiting class we would have:
Doesn't that scare away the likes of ermon lane who I would much rather have then coley. Kids don't wanna be 8 on a depth chart now a days and that is the sad truth. So if coley would cost us lane I'm giving him up but what do you boys think?
This post was edited by Canes4LifeTheU 19 months ago
why is Lane so much better than Coley? And you dont want kids that are scared of competition....
Lane is ELITE! Competition won't scare him away! We do not want another Amari Cooper scenario do we? We will take Coley for sure! I've been told we are definitely in it...
Rayshawn is on thin ice behavior wise....and other than dorsett have we really seen enough of these guys to pass on a WR? I really like all them on tape but especially with carter jones i still need see more on the field. However if you factor in limited scholarships i'd roll the dice on this group and just pass on WR all together.
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"There's going to be a lot of people who didn't stand with us who are going to be remembered for not standing with us,"
You forgot Allen Hurns.. Solid group but we need at least 1 WR in this class
i think some will transfer and the depth wont matter because if you watch this year mainly 5 will play if you are a beast you will play and coley is a stud so you let his ass come
Hurns is SR and will gone after this yr.
Ya what abs said hurns will be gone that's why I left him off
if you worry about lane next year then he isn't a stud a stud wr says weather its 8, 10 or 15 receivers i will be the best that is a stud look at bama and lsu they have 6 running backs at least and play 1 at a time and they dont complain
All those receivers will be juniors and we will take Coley and I hope we can get AJL as well. Who says Dorsett doesn't have a huge season and leaves?
It is not against NCAA regulations to RS 4-5* players. Also Scott, PD are gone the next year. So no big deal.
Where do you think they'll be on the depth chart at Bama, FSU, LSU, UF, and all the other major SEC schools?
It's five o'clock somewhere!!!
Lane is better than Coley, plus we have Rudolph and I'd love to have Jermaine McKenzie or treon Harris.
i doubt Rudolph ends up in the class
early commitment and he is already wavering
He's Hester's cousin isn't he?
all I know is that hes already saying that hes a soft commit and we dont have a great history with early commitments given this years class
Are u sure u arent just stealing info from CanesInsight again and claiming it as your own?
LMFAO at passing on Coley....ish u read on ITU.
I definitely think y'all get Harris, who is a stud btw.
However, I' disagree with you about Lane over Coley. Lane has a little bit better of a physical package, but Coley has him beat in almost every way as an actual receiver. I think they are both excellent prospects, but Coley is going to be an immediate contributor wherever he goes, assuming he has matured like everyone is saying he has. Lane still has a good bit of refining to do at te position, he needs to work on catching the ball away from his body and his route running. His tools are definitely there to be tip top. Jmo of course and I think y'all end up with Lane as well, provided the NCAA doesn't absolutely slam y'all.
I've seen lane with my own eyes, he's better. He mossed our best cb in the back of the endzone twice.
That's fine that you think that I just disagree. Ask Tracy Howard how it felt to get abused by Coley when he was only a sophomore at the SF Express try outs. I'm not saying Lane isn't a stud or doesn't have a higher ceiling. I'm saying Coley is the better receiver at the same stage. Put them side by side and Coley wins. He gets a cleaner release off the line, gets in and out of his cuts smoother and does a better job catching the ball away from his body and high-pointing. These are areas Lane can improve quite easily, he just has to put in the work.
I know you also like Cooke better than Yearby at RB. That's another one I disagree with you on. Cooke has an extremely high ceiling, but isn't refined at the position. Meanwhile Yearby has as good of a feel for the position as you will find in a high schooler, but he doesn't have the same top end Cooke does nor the size. Both are elite and it is insane that they're both at the same high school. There are college teams that have less talent at the position than Central did this year.
I agree that Stacy Coley is a complete stud and Miami has let the last 2 best WR's in the state leave for OOS schools and we can't let that happen again. Miami needs Coley to be a cane when the smoke clears after NSD. However, I think Ermon Lane is a better overall WR. He just has an "it" factor that I don't see with Coley and that in no way is a shot at Coley. Lane is just a special guy and I think he has a chance to be on a Julio Jones/AJ Green type WR next year. He just seems like such a natural and smooth WR.
I also think Cook is a better RB than Yearby. Much higher ceiling, bigger and faster. So agree to disagree.
Good posts though, I respect your opinions, they are level-headed and understandable. Feel free to come post on our board more often, its always nice to get some Noles opinions that actually don't just troll the whole time.
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They're different receivers. Coley is the stud playmaker who can juke and make a 5 yard completion an 80 yd touchdown. Lane is a special deep thread who can go up and beat his man for the ball.
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