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  • '22 NJ DE Alex Bauman (Offer)

    DE / TE
    Red Bank, NJ
    Red Bank Catholic


    Measurements:
    Height: 6-4
    Weight: 225

    Rankings:
    247 Comp: .. NR
    247: ............ 3* ..... #24 WDE ....................... 87
    Rivals: ......... 3*
    ESPN: .......... NR

    Offers:
    Notre Dame ....... Offered 11-19-20
    UConn
    UMass
    Rutgers
    W&M


    Media Links:

    Twitter = https://twitter.com/abauman

    Hudl = https://www.hudl.com/profile/12270674/Alex-Bauman

    Highlights:

    <iframe src='//www.hudl.com/embed/video/3/12270674/5fb585f20660a2052c6f22ea' width='640' height='360' frameborder='0' allowfullscreen></iframe>

  • #3
    I think offered at DE but he's also a TE.

    Kevin's little brother.

    CB thrown.

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    • #4
      Who was the last little brother we regretted signing?

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      • #5
        Originally posted by zelezo vlk View Post
        Who was the last little brother we regretted signing?
        Didn't we get the worst of the Kurz bros?

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        • #6
          Originally posted by arrowryan View Post
          Didn't we get the worst of the Kurz bros?
          I actually was meaning more of little brothers of guys we took, but that's fair

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          • #7
            Originally posted by zelezo vlk View Post
            I actually was meaning more of little brothers of guys we took, but that's fair
            Cody Simon.

            Oh wait.

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            • #8
              Originally posted by zelezo vlk View Post
              Who was the last little brother we regretted signing?
              Paul Posluszny 03-06
              -The 17th ranked OLB coming out of Hopewell HS in Aliquippa, PA, he finished his Penn St career as a two-time Bednarik Award winner, All-American, and first-team All-Big Ten in 2005 and 2006. He also won the Butkus Award in 2005 and finished his career as Penn State’s all-time tackles leader. In 2005, Penn St was 11-1, Big Ten Champions, and won the Orange Bowl. After being selected 34th overall in the 2007 NFL Draft, he went on to finish his NFL career with 1,200+ tackles. He was also a Pro Bowl selection in 2013.

              David Posluszny 08-11
              -Also the 17th ranked, but ILB, prospect, he only appeared in 26 games over three years after taking a freshman redshirt. He accumulated 7 tackles in his career at ND as mostly a special teams contributor highlighted by four tackles in the nine games he appeared in his senior year.

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              • #9
                Also the McCarthy brothers from Youngstown OH.

                Of note, while looking up their stats, their maternal grandfather was a captain of the baseball team at ND in the 40s. He was asked to try out for football due to his athleticism and speed, but due to the War, anyone with less than a B average was getting shipped off to war. So he decided against becoming a two sport athlete and focused on his academics. He went on to play in MLB for the Phillies for 6 years.

                https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jackie_Mayo

                https://vindyarchives.com/news/2006/...d-in-grandson/

                Kyle 05-09
                A freshman redshirt allowed further development to repeat his breakout senior year as a graduate student and team captain in 2009. He finished his ND career with 241 tackles (211 after his junior year) and 8 interceptions. He remains the only safety in school history to lead the Fighting Irish in tackles in back-to-back seasons. An undrafted free agent signing of the Denver Broncos, he played four seasons in the NFL before retiring due to multiple knee injuries.

                Dan 08-12
                A highly regarded prospect ranked #176 OA in his class, his career was marred by injuries. Playing only 24 games in his first 4 years, he was brought back for a 5th year where he contributed 8 tackles on special teams during the rememberable 2012 season. He finished his career with 23 total tackles.
                Last edited by NewEnglandGuy; 11-20-2020, 08:46 AM.

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                • #10
                  ALL THE LITTLE BROTHERS!



                  ...Taking these memes back to circa 2012...
                  "Hey, I'll tell you what. You can get a good look at a butcher's *** by sticking your head up there. But, wouldn't you rather take his word for it?"

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                  • #11
                    Originally posted by NewEnglandGuy View Post
                    Also the McCarthy brothers from Youngstown OH.

                    Of note, while looking up their stats, their maternal grandfather was a captain of the baseball team at ND in the 40s. He was asked to try out for the football due to his success and speed, but due to the War, anyone with less than a B average was getting shipped off to war. So he decided against becoming a two sport athlete and focused on his academics. He went on to play in MLB for the Phillies for 6 years.

                    https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jackie_Mayo

                    https://vindyarchives.com/news/2006/...d-in-grandson/

                    Kyle 05-09
                    A freshman redshirt allowed further development to repeat his breakout senior year as a graduate student and team captain in 2009. He finished his ND career with 241 tackles (211 after his junior year) and 8 interceptions. He remains the only safety in school history to lead the Fighting Irish in tackles in back-to-back seasons. An undrafted free agent signing of the Denver Broncos, he played four seasons in the NFL before retiring due to multiple knee injuries.

                    Dan 08-12
                    A highly regarded prospect ranked #176 OA in his class, his career was marred by injuries. Playing only 24 games in his first 4 years, he was brought back for a 5th year where he contributed 8 tackles on special teams during the rememberable 2012 season. He finished his career with 23 total tackles.
                    Nice research and info
                    Love You JB 64.....RIP.....AI720....4EVER

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                    • #12
                      Hinish seems like a sure thing, I wonder if little Bauman will be the same.

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                      • #13
                        Originally posted by NewEnglandGuy View Post
                        Also the McCarthy brothers from Youngstown OH.

                        Of note, while looking up their stats, their maternal grandfather was a captain of the baseball team at ND in the 40s. He was asked to try out for football due to his athleticism and speed, but due to the War, anyone with less than a B average was getting shipped off to war. So he decided against becoming a two sport athlete and focused on his academics. He went on to play in MLB for the Phillies for 6 years.

                        https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jackie_Mayo

                        https://vindyarchives.com/news/2006/...d-in-grandson/

                        Kyle 05-09
                        A freshman redshirt allowed further development to repeat his breakout senior year as a graduate student and team captain in 2009. He finished his ND career with 241 tackles (211 after his junior year) and 8 interceptions. He remains the only safety in school history to lead the Fighting Irish in tackles in back-to-back seasons. An undrafted free agent signing of the Denver Broncos, he played four seasons in the NFL before retiring due to multiple knee injuries.

                        Dan 08-12
                        A highly regarded prospect ranked #176 OA in his class, his career was marred by injuries. Playing only 24 games in his first 4 years, he was brought back for a 5th year where he contributed 8 tackles on special teams during the rememberable 2012 season. He finished his career with 23 total tackles.
                        Isn't Kyle McCarthy now working as an agent with multiple former ND players as clients?

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                        • #14
                          Originally posted by stpeteirish View Post
                          Isn't Kyle McCarthy now working as an agent with multiple former ND players as clients?
                          McCarthy, who has been with the sports agency Athletes First since 2015 and was named Director of Football in 2019, quickly pounced on the opportunity to sign the fellow Notre Dame alums with Athletes First.
                          https://247sports.com/college/notre-...met-146296693/

                          Athletes First represents Aaron Rodgers, Deshaun Watson and Michael Thomas among the NFL elite with eight first round draft picks in 2020.

                          http://sportsagentblog.com/2020/04/1...l-draft-class/

                          Their Co-Founder and CEO is Notre Dame graduate Brian Murphy.

                          https://ndsmcobserver.com/2012/11/al...-sports-agent/

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                          • #15
                            Originally posted by NewEnglandGuy View Post
                            https://247sports.com/college/notre-...met-146296693/

                            Athletes First represents Aaron Rodgers, Deshaun Watson and Michael Thomas among the NFL elite with eight first round draft picks in 2020.
                            Then why wasn’t he in those early State Farm ads with Rodgers?

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                            • #16
                              Wiltfong a 7 CB for ND.

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                              • #17
                                CB switched to a 1 for Rutgers by Loy. Staff seems to have cooled here

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                                • #18
                                  I think the same will happen with Hinish. I could be wrong but I don’t see how you can justify taking these guys with the board the way it is right now. We very well could be turning away much better prospects. Just becomes a numbers game.

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                                  • #19
                                    Agreed. I was on board with Hinish’s bro until his recent bday pic, which I can’t find now, with Kurt and he’s a good 2 inches shorter. Kurt is listed by ND as 6’ - 1 3/4”.

                                    Then offer list investigating - just two power 5 - ND and Pitt for him while Kurt had 16 power 5 including SEC (Miss, SC, Vandy, Tenn), Big 10, Big 12, and ACC offers. If they take a second DT besides Lucas - Curry (top 100 player) or Artis (Auburn, FSU, Texas, Tenn, A&M, Wisc offers) are 6’5” supposedly but overall much better prospects.

                                    They seemingly have cooled on Miles too. Interesting how the board has turned over at this position with the position coach remaining. Wonder if it’s more or less Freeman? 4 DEs and 2 DTs would be a huge haul in addition to likely 4 LBs and 4 DBs when the offense appears set for 2 RBs, 2 TEs, 3 WR, at least 4 OL, and QB. Idk how they fit 14 on D and 12 on O so a 2nd DT is likely the first position I would cut followed by TE but all signs point to another commit there.

                                    Soooooo anyway. Haha. Yea I don’t see Hinish or Bauman as takes.

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                                    • #20
                                      Heurman was a sad story.
                                      "From Chaos comes Clarity"

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                                      • #21
                                        We have come a LONG way in a short time with regards to defensive recruiting. Me likey the direction the staff is taking.

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                                        • #22
                                          Originally posted by NewEnglandGuy View Post
                                          Also the McCarthy brothers from Youngstown OH.

                                          Of note, while looking up their stats, their maternal grandfather was a captain of the baseball team at ND in the 40s. He was asked to try out for football due to his athleticism and speed, but due to the War, anyone with less than a B average was getting shipped off to war. So he decided against becoming a two sport athlete and focused on his academics. He went on to play in MLB for the Phillies for 6 years.

                                          https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jackie_Mayo

                                          https://vindyarchives.com/news/2006/...d-in-grandson/

                                          Kyle 05-09
                                          A freshman redshirt allowed further development to repeat his breakout senior year as a graduate student and team captain in 2009. He finished his ND career with 241 tackles (211 after his junior year) and 8 interceptions. He remains the only safety in school history to lead the Fighting Irish in tackles in back-to-back seasons. An undrafted free agent signing of the Denver Broncos, he played four seasons in the NFL before retiring due to multiple knee injuries.

                                          Dan 08-12
                                          A highly regarded prospect ranked #176 OA in his class, his career was marred by injuries. Playing only 24 games in his first 4 years, he was brought back for a 5th year where he contributed 8 tackles on special teams during the rememberable 2012 season. He finished his career with 23 total tackles.
                                          Dan basically broke his neck at the end of his high school career and played with it without realizing. He was never the same after that.

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                                          • #23
                                            Originally posted by NewEnglandGuy View Post
                                            Agreed. I was on board with Hinish’s bro until his recent bday pic, which I can’t find now, with Kurt and he’s a good 2 inches shorter. Kurt is listed by ND as 6’ - 1 3/4”.

                                            Then offer list investigating - just two power 5 - ND and Pitt for him while Kurt had 16 power 5 including SEC (Miss, SC, Vandy, Tenn), Big 10, Big 12, and ACC offers. If they take a second DT besides Lucas - Curry (top 100 player) or Artis (Auburn, FSU, Texas, Tenn, A&M, Wisc offers) are 6’5” supposedly but overall much better prospects.

                                            They seemingly have cooled on Miles too. Interesting how the board has turned over at this position with the position coach remaining. Wonder if it’s more or less Freeman? 4 DEs and 2 DTs would be a huge haul in addition to likely 4 LBs and 4 DBs when the offense appears set for 2 RBs, 2 TEs, 3 WR, at least 4 OL, and QB. Idk how they fit 14 on D and 12 on O so a 2nd DT is likely the first position I would cut followed by TE but all signs point to another commit there.

                                            Soooooo anyway. Haha. Yea I don’t see Hinish or Bauman as takes.
                                            It's starts up front. Need to be able to rotate to keep them fresh for the fourth quarter.

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                                            • #24
                                              Originally posted by Irish#1 View Post

                                              It's starts up front. Need to be able to rotate to keep them fresh for the fourth quarter.
                                              Agree in theory but that's more about having able bodies than just more bodies. We can create depth without bringing in 7 DE's in 2 classes. It's a 3 deep, +1 over 2 cycles. Very excessive. i think the approach right now is strike while the iron is hot but something has got to give somewhere. Either roster attrition or future classes.

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