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  1. #31
    FCS Expert dwtime's Avatar
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    Re: Your Team's #1 recruit

    For UNH I would say:

    Dylan Laube (Westhampton, N.Y.) is a 5-11, 190-pound running back/defensive back who had an outstanding career at Westhampton Beach High School. In his senior season, Laube led Westhampton to a 12-0 record and the school's first Long Island Class III championship by scoring a Long Island-record 47 touchdowns and rushing for a school-record 2,680 yards on 249 carries. In the Long Island Class III championship game, he rushed for 227 yards and school-record six touchdowns. Laube's career numbers included 101 rushing TDs and 6,495 rushing yards on 687 carries; he caught 64 passes for 1,234 yards and another 14 touchdowns, and also returned five kickoffs for touchdowns. Laube was co-winner of the prestigious Carl A. Hansen Award, given to the top football player on Long Island (along with 4-Star Ohio State bound TE Jeremy Rucker). He was selected a member of the USA Today ALL-USA New York Football Team, was picked to play in the Empire Challenge All-Star Game, and was a Newsday All-Long Island selection. Laube is also a member of the Westhampton varsity lacrosse team.

    If you are counting that is 120 TD's total...............
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    AGS FCS Champion PaladinFan's Avatar
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    Re: Your Team's #1 recruit

    Quote Originally Posted by Anthony215 View Post
    Having a DL coach like Coach Davern Williams who he probably saw on The Last Chance U who turned good players into great players helped I'm sure.
    Not to nitpick, but Williams had some of the nation's top recruits on that defensive line. Chauncey Rivers, for instance, was one of the top DE recruits in the country in 2015.

    I'm sure Williams is a good coach, but its not like he cobbled together a defensive line full of scrappy players running on grit and want to. He had top flight collegiate players who struggled to get their head on straight.
    FU all the time.

    "The game we know and love literally grew up in the Southern Conference. To find the foundation for ACC and SEC football, you have to go the league’s roots. To find an appreciation for a brand of football often-overlooked and seldom-appreciated, we as fans should do the same."

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    Re: Your Team's #1 recruit

    For SDSU I'm not sure.
    I'll go with J'Bore Gibbs a 6-3, 205 lbs QB from Chicago.
    Also 2 brothers from Madison, Jadon and Jaxon Janke could make some noise in the future, had insane high school careers. I think Jaxon made ESPN for a catch last year.

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    Re: Your Team's #1 recruit

    Never easy to pick a #1. Biggest hype for the Tribe could be Colby Sorsdal, 6'6" 295 OL from Mt. Lebanon H.S. in Pittsburgh. 15 offers including 5 MAC as well as UCF and UConn.

    Small class for W&M with only 8 scholarship players. PWO's are a good group of 13 with major sleeper in Aiden Cain, 6' 175 WR also from Mt. Lebanon. Missed soph. and Jr. years with ACL tears and exploded in 2017 with 101 receptions for 1,750 yards. 3 offers and PWO from Pitt and W&M.
    Go Tribe!

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