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Who the best sec qb in class of 2013

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Jermey Johnson in opinion.

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Devante Kincade, Not many better than him in this class.

Jeremy Johnson is a nice looking prospect, will have a chance to shine quicker than most of the other QB's in this class with Auburn's situation.


View Postbulldawg28, on 13 December 2012 - 07:26 PM, said:

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  Who is he committed to? I thought it was a pac12 school, too lazy to look.
Kid is an Ole Miss legacy, father and grandfather were Rebels.  We recruited him as an athlete not QB for some reason?
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View PostLordMerlinsGloryHole, on 13 December 2012 - 07:59 PM, said:

Devante Kincade, Not many better than him in this class.

Jeremy Johnson is a nice looking prospect, will have a chance to shine quicker than most of the other QB's in this class with Auburn's situation.


  Who is he committed to? I thought it was a pac12 school, too lazy to look.
Kid is an Ole Miss legacy, father and grandfather were Rebels.  We recruited him as an athlete not QB for some reason?

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We should have the best, but I'm quickly realizing that Butch Jones has no idea what it takes to recruit at an SEC level.
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View Postptclaus98, on 14 December 2012 - 01:01 AM, said:

We should have the best, but I'm quickly realizing that Butch Jones has no idea what it takes to recruit at an SEC level.

late start. other coaches probably ragged yall pretty bad before ya hired one. give him a little time.
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View Postbbqit, on 14 December 2012 - 09:20 AM, said:

late start. other coaches probably ragged yall pretty bad before ya hired one. give him a little time.

It has nothing to do with a late start. The No.1 DT QB and Elite 11 winner has wanted a Tennessee offer for awhile now. Dooley ignored him, and now Jones seems to be ignoring him as well, despite the kid having an offer from Cincy when Butch was there.
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Has to be a reason that no elite programs have offered Woulard.  I was somewhat shocked that he won the E11, if you watch his junior film and how he performed in the camp to make it to E11 you'd feel the same.
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So far I've heard



Jeremy Johnson - #6 at his specialty and position. Short offer list, but committed very early. Could be one to watch out for. However, is this the same staff that recruited Keihl Frazier? Might want to hold off on the Cam comparisons this time around until he hits the field.

No one mentions Vandy commit McCrary who has a short, yet very impressive offer list.

The two highly ranked Rettig and Jennings that LSU scooped up, both with good to impressive offer sheets are also not mentioned.

State commit Sandburg who has a good offer sheet, and plays for Manatee and they play good HS football and put out great product.





And then I heard Devante Kincaid? Who?

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Devante Kincade was in the E11 finished like 5th or 6th but scored the highest in Football IQ/Chalkboard quiz, 2nd fastest 40 time 4.61 , and is leading Dallas Skyline to yet another State title.  Nice looking QB the drawback is he's about 6'1" .   Mississippi State and Dan Mullen offered and were trying to recruit him, he told them don't bother calling.

Cord Sandberg and McCrary are also recruited as athletes to most schools that they have offers from.  Sandberg wears #22 that kind of paints the picture for his QB skills.  He'll be Pro in baseball by  time he gets his shot.

Jeremy Johnson has my vote though

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View PostJoeGator, on 14 December 2012 - 11:37 AM, said:

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I don't really follow recruiting closely anymore, so I'm ignorant about all the players you guys mentioned.

That being said I know we have a QB in Connor Mitch that everyone seemed to be excited about.   Not sure how he ranks compared to these other guys, but I think he's 4 stars across the board
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View PostLordMerlinsGloryHole, on 14 December 2012 - 06:06 PM, said:

Has to be a reason that no elite programs have offered Woulard.  I was somewhat shocked that he won the E11, if you watch his junior film and how he performed in the camp to make it to E11 you'd feel the same.

Yeah, because he started playing QB his junior year, then got hurt. He's a project, but his upside is immense. Nobody was offering Bray before Kiffin went after him. Bray was like the sixth QB we offered for 2010.
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