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  • '11 PA TE Ben Koyack (Signed Notre Dame LOI)

    Tight End
    Oil City, PA Oil City Senior HS

    Ht: 6-5
    Wt: 230
    40: 4.59

    STATS
    '09: 41 catches, 748 yards, 18.2 ypc, 6 TDs (7 Games)
    '08: 48 catches, 800 yards, 16.7 ypc, 8 TDs

    RANKING
    Rivals: , #5 TE, Rating 5.9, National #73, Rivals 100
    Scout: , #1 TE
    ESPN: , #4 TE, Grade 81, National #80, ESPN 150

    OFFERS
    Notre Dame

    Ohio State (camp '08)
    Penn State
    Oklahoma
    PIT
    Southern Cal
    LSU
    Boston College
    CAL
    Duke
    Maryland
    North Carolina
    NC St
    Purdue
    Rutgers
    South Carolina
    Virginia Tech
    West Virginia
    Wisconsin

    ND RECRUITER: Charley Molnar

    DECISION: 4/27/10 Notre Dame Verbal
    Last edited by Jason Pham; 01-18-2011, 10:13 AM.

  • #2
    Says he is being recruited the most by Penn State and Oio State. Wants to go to a school that uses the TE and likes what he sees at ND.

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    • #3
      cool my friend just moved to Oil City.

      6'5 230 and runs a 4.59 40?s

      Throw this dog a bone on September 1st!!

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      • #4
        Scout's 5 Star, #2 TE has a ND offer per Scout and BGI.

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        • #5
          Havent heard much about him since the coaching change, it shouldnt hurt to much as he wants to play in an offense which throws to tight ends. Loved ND under Weiss, so hopefully hasnt changed. There is a premium article about him on scouts that came up last nite if anyone has a scouts account

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          • #6
            I live in Oil City, PA. For a small compensation, I can follow and give reports on this young man. I want IE swag. Let me know mods.
            Yeah, I brought back the side piece of ass thanks to ulukinatme.

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            • #7
              Originally posted by irishnd31 View Post
              I live in Oil City, PA. For a small compensation, I can follow and give reports on this young man. I want IE swag. Let me know mods.
              We'll be happy to pay you twice at twice our compensation.

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              • #8
                Originally posted by BGIF View Post
                We'll be happy to pay you twice at twice our compensation.
                Triple it and you got a deal. LMAO.

                The football in the are is not high caliber, but a few years back, there were brtohers from Oil City HS that went to West Virginia and had a good career there. I will catch a few games this year and check this boy out.

                I'm not bending on the swag thing tho.
                Yeah, I brought back the side piece of ass thanks to ulukinatme.

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by irishnd31 View Post
                  Triple it and you got a deal. LMAO.
                  ...

                  I'm not bending on the swag thing tho.

                  You stand rigid on the swag. Empty but rigid.

                  If you pan out, I'll speak to Junkhead about giving you some inside tips on Sportsbook Bets.

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by BGIF View Post
                    You stand rigid on the swag. Empty but rigid.

                    If you pan out, I'll speak to Junkhead about giving you some inside tips on Sportsbook Bets.
                    Where do I sign?? Just give me time to inform by babies that they probably won't be eating for a year or so.
                    Yeah, I brought back the side piece of ass thanks to ulukinatme.

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                    • #11
                      the new staff is recruiting him and has offered. he said that ND is a school that he is looking at. he likes the way Kelly uses the TE and wants a chance at early playing time.

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by BGIF View Post

                        If you pan out, I'll speak to Junkhead about giving you some inside tips on Sportsbook Bets.
                        Tip #1, always bet the opposite of me.
                        2013 IE College Fantasy Football Champion

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                        • #13
                          Woot Woot!

                          Listen to this:

                          Touted Midwest tight end Ben Koyack reveals some favorites
                          Junior Ben Koyack (Oil City, Pa.) told ESPN affiliate Web site Bucknuts.com, "If I had to, I'd probably put Penn State, Ohio State and Notre Dame at the one spot, and Pitt below them. After that everything is pretty much open."

                          "With Penn State and Notre Dame, I know Brian Kelly was saying they'd have me split off and that's what I like. Penn State definitely uses the tight end. Ohio State has just been a school I like and they've been recruiting the heck out of me. They're all pretty close so that's why they're at the top right now."

                          West Virginia, Boston College, California, Virginia Tech, North Carolina, N.C. State, Wisconsin, Duke and Maryland are among Koyack's other offers.

                          He caught 35 passes for 743 yards (21.2 average) and six touchdowns in seven games as a junior. Koyack missed the end of the season with a knee injury.


                          It sounds like we are definitely back in the running, with a legit shot at him - at least early. Great news to here... again, early.

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by Junkhead View Post
                            Tip #1, always bet the opposite of me.
                            Psst, make him earn that!

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                            • #15
                              I think that how we use Kyle Rudolph this year will be very important with Ben

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                              • #16
                                and i think Kyle Rudolph will be an AA this year. so were good!

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                                • #17
                                  Added offers from LSU, OU, and Southern Cal.

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                                  • #18
                                    Catching Up with Ben Koyack | Eleven Warriors

                                    by Alex ?

                                    3/3

                                    This article is primarily Q&A written by a Buckeye website.

                                    Asked for his Top 5 or 10 he responded:

                                    Id have to put Notre Dame, Penn State, and Ohio State all at the top, and then have like Pitt, Florida, and Oklahoma down near the bottom. But theres still not a ton separating any of them.
                                    Well that's more than 5 so I'm not sure where Pitt, UF and OU fall besides behind ND, PSU, and OSU. I don't find a UF offer for him despite them making his short list.


                                    Asked about taking Official Visits he said:

                                    Im not sure if I will take them. Im planning on committing before senior season. If I dont, then Ill take as many visits necessary to make the right decision clear to me.
                                    A preseason committment strikes me as beneficial to PSU. He knows how PSU uses the TE but not if Kelly uses ND TEs as much as Weis did nor if Tressel will ever use the TE. Tressel promises him he'll work the TE into his offense. Yeah, and Weis promised to "Pound it!". I think it would enhance ND's chances if he waits at least for a couple of game to see how effectively Rudolph and Ragone are used and whether Kelly comes out of the gate on a winning streak.


                                    I'm sure other coaches are telling TE prospects that ND his loaded at TE. They may not be by the time Koyack sees a Div 1 field. Ragone is in his last season. Rudolph could go early like Tate. Eifert hurt his back in HS and missed last season. Surgery has been ruled out and he's dealing with the problem though rehab. Color me skeptical. IF Eifert's back doesn't mend that could leave ND with one TE on scholarship starting the '11 season. Heggie could be a fallback TE but nevertheless ND could well be thin at TE affording Koyack early PT.

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                                    • #19
                                      I'm sure other coaches are telling TE prospects that ND his loaded at TE. They may not be by the time Koyack sees a Div 1 field. Ragone is in his last season. Rudolph could go early like Tate. Eifert hurt his back in HS and missed last season. Surgery has been ruled out and he's dealing with the problem though rehab. Color me skeptical. IF Eifert's back doesn't mend that could leave ND with one TE on scholarship starting the '11 season. Heggie could be a fallback TE but nevertheless ND could well be thin at TE affording Koyack early PT.
                                      ???????????????????

                                      Jake Golic
                                      Last edited by NDinL.A.; 03-05-2010, 05:53 PM. Reason: quotes

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                                      • #20
                                        Jake Golic. On paper, yes.

                                        Ragone also has 2 years left not one as I wrote earlier, if his knees hold up.

                                        And Roback is more likely than Heggie.

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                                        • #21
                                          Its nice to see were on the top of his list
                                          God Country Notre Dame
                                          http://i300.photobucket.com/albums/n...andeverett.jpg

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                                          • #22
                                            Originally posted by ryno 24 View Post
                                            Its nice to see were on the top of his list
                                            We're on the top along with PSU and OSU.

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                                            • #23
                                              3/17

                                              Bill Kurelic reports on the Nittany Network that Koyack has accepted an invitation to play in the 2011 Under Armour All-American game.

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                                              • #24
                                                A Man For All Seasons

                                                PSU recruiting spotlight: Ben Koyack a rare talent - The York Daily Record

                                                By FRANK BODANI
                                                Daily Record/Sunday News
                                                <!--date-->
                                                03/20/2010


                                                It isn't enough that Ben Koyack may be the top high school tight end in the nation.
                                                He has other things to do.
                                                Like how he earned the starting shortstop job on the varsity baseball team at Oil City High as a 6-foot-4, 205-pound freshman.
                                                Or how he qualified for the district track and field meet as a sprinter and the state meet as a javelin thrower.
                                                There's also his straight-A's report card.
                                                And, best yet, there's his music.
                                                ...
                                                And yet his musical endeavors still receive a chunk of his time. He started playing the trombone in the fifth grade, is proficient on the piano, has a sweet singing voice and now plays the euphonium, which is a small tuba. He was composing music on the computer when he was in fifth grade.
                                                Mom's a music teacher and dad, brother, and sister all play instruments.



                                                I'd like to see him play with Brian Kelly conducting.
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                                                • #25
                                                  Here's a nice article on him by tharinger.com:

                                                  Ben Koyack

                                                  Good to know we're still in his top 3 (which is fluid). Says we're getting a visit, and he told ISD that he'd visit ND for the spring game...
                                                  sigpic Silence implies consent.

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                                                  • #26
                                                    DeBartolo Performing Arts

                                                    Originally posted by BGIF View Post
                                                    PSU recruiting spotlight: Ben Koyack a rare talent - The York Daily Record

                                                    By FRANK BODANI
                                                    Daily Record/Sunday News
                                                    <!--date-->
                                                    03/20/2010




                                                    Mom's a music teacher and dad, brother, and sister all play instruments.



                                                    I'd like to see him play with Brian Kelly conducting.
                                                    <!--secondary date-->
                                                    Wonder if they have seen the DeBartolo?

                                                    YouTube - The Arts at Notre Dame - DeBartolo Performing Arts Center

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                                                    • #27
                                                      Originally posted by Legacy View Post
                                                      Hopefully they have not seen Crowley....

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                                                      • #28
                                                        Steve Hare IrishIllustrated

                                                        4/16

                                                        Reports Ben Koyack with be at the B&G game.

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                                                        • #29
                                                          Originally posted by BGIF View Post
                                                          Steve Hare IrishIllustrated

                                                          4/16

                                                          Reports Ben Koyack with be at the B&G game.

                                                          oh please, ben come to notre dame

                                                          he is my favorite recruit this year~!

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                                                          • #30
                                                            "Jake Golic. On paper, yes.

                                                            Ragone also has 2 years left not one as I wrote earlier, if his knees hold up.

                                                            And Roback is more likely than Heggie."


                                                            What about Alex Welsh?
                                                            Last edited by Bogtrotter07; 04-16-2010, 08:26 PM.

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                                                            • #31
                                                              Originally posted by Bogtrotter07 View Post
                                                              "Jake Golic. On paper, yes.

                                                              Ragone also has 2 years left not one as I wrote earlier, if his knees hold up.

                                                              And Roback is more likely than Heggie."

                                                              What about Alex Welsh?
                                                              Alex Welsh I never heard of. Alex Welch I forgot about. Good catch. Mea culpa.


                                                              Welch is no Rudolph but he's comes in more highly thought of than Golic and Eifert. I though Eifert's career was over with his back injury. From reports this Spring Eifert apparently is demonstrating he's fit to play. I wish his well as the trench warfar gets more violent and goes one on one with the likes of Ethan Johnson.

                                                              ND has bodies for the TE slot but after Rudolph and Ragone it's wide open for the 3rd slot. BGI commented in March that Welch could well challenge Golic, Eifert, and Burger for the #3 slot next fall.

                                                              I'd like to see Rudolph stay for his Senior season but he could well leave early. Ragone showed a glimmer of his coveted high school speed when he ran down that Safety from behind last fall. But he's playing on rehabbed knees. Every player is one snap from no longer playing. It goes with the sport. Guys with rehabbed knees and repaired spines run a higher risk.

                                                              From what I've read Koyack could challenge for PT as a true freshman.

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                                                              • #32
                                                                Per Scout, Koyack just named his top 2 - OSU and THEE Fighting Irish of Notre Dame baby.

                                                                This kid is a bona fide stud and would be a GREAT get...
                                                                sigpic Silence implies consent.

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                                                                • #33
                                                                  Originally posted by NDinL.A. View Post
                                                                  Per Scout, Koyack just named his top 2 - OSU and THEE Fighting Irish of Notre Dame baby.

                                                                  This kid is a bona fide stud and would be a GREAT get...
                                                                  i think youre right...would be perfect in the kelly system.hope we get him.

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                                                                  • #34
                                                                    I almost creamed my pants when I found that OSU(and not PSU)was our main competition for him. OSU uses their TE's as extra offensive linemen for the most part. Cincy had 3 different TE's with more receiving yards than OSU's starting TE.

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                                                                    • #35
                                                                      Tressel is committed to getting the TEs more active with his QBs this season.



                                                                      He plans on having the TEs warm up the QBs pregame instead of ball boys.

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                                                                      • #36
                                                                        I think ND's chances of getting Koyack all depend of the success of Kyle Rudolph this season...

                                                                        And I have a feeling Rudy is in for a HUGE season, so this would attract Ben to ND.

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                                                                        • #37
                                                                          any one know why PSU is out of it?

                                                                          also, given the fact OSU didnt take a TE last recruiting class and we did...it might be something Koyack will consider (better chance for playing time)

                                                                          ...even if that playing time is just blocking in tressels mind numbing offense.

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                                                                          • #38
                                                                            I'm shocked this kid isn't a PSU lock. You'd love to get him to ND, but as soon as I saw his hometown I thought he had Dakota Royer written all over him.
                                                                            The yellow mustard pants are hideous and have to go.

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                                                                            • #39
                                                                              Anyone think we have a chance at a commitment this weekend with Koyack? He would seem to be a good successor to Rudy.
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                                                                              • #40
                                                                                Originally posted by IrishInFL View Post
                                                                                Anyone think we have a chance at a commitment this weekend with Koyack? He would seem to be a good successor to Rudy.
                                                                                No.

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                                                                                • #41
                                                                                  Originally posted by BGIF View Post
                                                                                  No.
                                                                                  Thanks.
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                                                                                  • #42
                                                                                    Koyack is down to a Final Two schools, ND and OSU. Neither have a current track record with throwing to the TE for him to guage his future at either school. It would be prudent for him to see how the season play out at both schools.

                                                                                    OSU threw something like 16 passes to the TEs last season. That wasn't unusual that was fairly typical. In '08 Ballard caught 13 passes for 150 yds. In '09 as a senior he had 14 catches for - 150 yds. In '09 Stoneburner as a redshirt freshman caught 2 passes for 30 yds.

                                                                                    I went to a OSU site to read how their TEs were used and learned that poor Coach Tressel has told Koyack he plans to use the TEs more. He wanted to use the TEs more in the past (other than as the third tackle on the LOS but his TEs lacked the talent to be effective pass catchers. Sounds reasonable until I checked Rivals past recruiting classes going back to '05.

                                                                                    In '09 OSU signed Fragel a 3 star #11 TE (not too shabby #11) he had no catches (I'm not sure he played). IN '8 They got DiLilo a 3 Star #28 TE (granted not top talent but he probably would have equated to anything Kelly had at UC but I digress). OSU got another TE in '08 Stoneburner a 4 Star TE who was ranked #3 TE by Rivals, - TOP TALENT. In '07 no TEs. In '06 Ballard was a 4 Star, #8 TE. In '04 OSU got a PAIR of 4 Star TEs the #3 ranked guy, Hoobler, and a second 4 Star, the #4 ranked TE, Nicol.

                                                                                    All those TEs were recruited and signed by Tressel. They have caught more balls had they been playing in Coach Holtz's triple option.

                                                                                    Stoneburner who was the #3 ranked TE in his class (the same class as ND's Rudolph) caught only 2 balls as a REDSHIRT Freshman. Two years ago he caught 74 balls fir 1271 yds and 15 TDs. He caught 63 as a HS Jr and 33 as a soph. In 3 years of HS ball Stoneburner caught 170 passes fro 2,779 yds and 25 TDs. Two years later he has a career total at OSU of 2 receptions for 30 yards.

                                                                                    By comparison Rudolph in two years has 62 receptions for 704 yds and 5 TDs and he missed 3 games with a broken bone.

                                                                                    One advantage to going to OSU is they don't have a lot of bodies or proven pass catchers ahead of him.



                                                                                    ND has a a recent history with Fasano, Carlson, and Rudolph as prime time TEs and has a trophy case full of the accomplishments of Hart, MacAfee, Bavaro, Brown, Smith, et al but those were in the past. Even Rudolph's 62 career grabs are passe. Weis isn't here anymore.

                                                                                    What will the new offense do with the TE? Same as Weis? More active? Line up in the slot?

                                                                                    Will Koyack see what he needs to know on Saturday? If he going to make an informed decision he really needs to see the season play out, doesn't he?



                                                                                    If Koyack was to make a commitment now he'd have to do based upon Kelly's UC offense with greatly inferior talent to what Tressel has had for the past 9 seasons at OSU. In '07 Barwin had 31 receptions for 399 yds. In '08 Guidugli caught 18 balls fro 229 yds. In '09 Guidugli had 27 receptions for 364 yds while Alli caught 12 balls for 156 yds and Robinson caught 10 balls for 171 yds for an '09 total of 49 TE receptions for and almost 700 yds.

                                                                                    Looking at their Rivals Rankings Barwin, Guidugli, Alli, and Robinson were all 2 Star UNRANKED TEs when they signed with Kelly and UC. Ben Guidugli was 6-1, 207 far from the Stoneburner's 6-6 235 .

                                                                                    One can only imagine what Kelly can do with 4 and 5 Star TEs and ones 5 inches taller than he's worked with.

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                                                                                    • #43
                                                                                      thanks for the insight BG (as always)

                                                                                      i agree with all your points.

                                                                                      i really think OSU is going to sell hard the "immediate playing time" aspect to going there, while ND is going to rely on rudy's production this season (which i am quite confident in) to entice koyack.

                                                                                      i have to ask again though, why is PSU out already?

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                                                                                      • #44
                                                                                        Article on ESPN Insider, but I don't have access to the rest:


                                                                                        "It's down to Notre Dame and Ohio State," Koyack said. "I was thinking about it and thinking about all the schools that have offered me. I decided I'm not going further away than Notre Dame and Ohio State, and Penn State has been out of contact. Notre Dame and Ohio State are the two schools I have the best relationship with."
                                                                                        Last edited by TerryTate; 04-23-2010, 09:05 PM. Reason: bold

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                                                                                        • #45
                                                                                          Koyack is supposed to be close to a decision between ND and OSU.

                                                                                          Some interesting tidbits:

                                                                                          Tressel demonstrating his commitment to the TE has Pryor throw a 23 yd TD to OSU's TE Stoneburner Saturday in their Spring Game. BuckeyeNation and TE recruit Nick Vannett were agog with all that TE activity. In 2009 Stoneburner caught 2 balls. Now he's almost matched last season's total in just one game.

                                                                                          Meanwhile in South Bend Rudolph snared 4 passes for 39 yds playing sparingly with Crist then rested. Ragone had a big day with Montana catching 6 passes for 75 yds and a TD. Backup TEs Tyler Eifert off back surgery caught 1 for 11 yds and Jake Golic has 1 reception for 11 yds. ND TEs had 12 receptions out of the 30 ND receivers had for the game. OSU TEs caught 16 passes in the entire '09 season.

                                                                                          Nick Vannett who was supposed to be in South Bend but cancelled due to severe weather in the Midwest travelled to Columbus according to Bill Kurelic because Nick heard the spin that Tressel was going to use the TE as more than a 6th offensive lineman.

                                                                                          Also in Columbus, Florida recruit Jeff Heuerman a 6-5 240 4.75 unranked TE picked up an offer from the Buckeyes. Heuerman's dad is a UM grad (basketball). Heuerman has a bunch of offers but not from UF, MIA, nor FSU. His best offer from the SEC is Tennessee, no UF, no ALA, no UGA, no LSU.

                                                                                          Buckeye fans are ecstatic that Vannett and Heuerman could fill Tressel's need for 2 TEs in this class.

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                                                                                          • #46
                                                                                            Kelly's Post Game Comments on TE

                                                                                            Kelly noted he was impressed with his tight ends at the conclusion of the spring.

                                                                                            The tight end position as you know we dont take them off the field, he began. We need that kind of depth.
                                                                                            Ragones a tough kid. Hes going to help us; hes going to move the chains for us and do some things that allow us to get into two tight ends as well. Hes very important in terms of what were going to get into during the fall.

                                                                                            Any questions, Ben?

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                                                                                            • #47
                                                                                              Originally posted by BGIF View Post
                                                                                              Koyack is supposed to be close to a decision between ND and OSU.

                                                                                              Some interesting tidbits:

                                                                                              Tressel demonstrating his commitment to the TE has Pryor throw a 23 yd TD to OSU's TE Stoneburner Saturday in their Spring Game. BuckeyeNation and TE recruit Nick Vannett were agog with all that TE activity. In 2009 Stoneburner caught 2 balls. Now he's almost matched last season's total in just one game.

                                                                                              Meanwhile in South Bend Rudolph snared 4 passes for 39 yds playing sparingly with Crist then rested. Ragone had a big day with Montana catching 6 passes for 75 yds and a TD. Backup TEs Tyler Eifert off back surgery caught 1 for 11 yds and Jake Golic has 1 reception for 11 yds. ND TEs had 12 receptions out of the 30 ND receivers had for the game. OSU TEs caught 16 passes in the entire '09 season.

                                                                                              Nick Vannett who was supposed to be in South Bend but cancelled due to severe weather in the Midwest travelled to Columbus according to Bill Kurelic because Nick heard the spin that Tressel was going to use the TE as more than a 6th offensive lineman.

                                                                                              Also in Columbus, Florida recruit Jeff Heuerman a 6-5 240 4.75 unranked TE picked up an offer from the Buckeyes. Heuerman's dad is a UM grad (basketball). Heuerman has a bunch of offers but not from UF, MIA, nor FSU. His best offer from the SEC is Tennessee, no UF, no ALA, no UGA, no LSU.

                                                                                              Buckeye fans are ecstatic that Vannett and Heuerman could fill Tressel's need for 2 TEs in this class.
                                                                                              Koyack is better than both of those guys. While I would gladly take Vannett because he's a good player, Koyack is an absolute stud that would be a jewel to this class.

                                                                                              He talked about his spring game experience, and he loved it. And yes, he definitely noticed how involved the TEs were, and he was loving that too. I'm not saying he's a lock for the Irish, but he went from not being very close to making a decision yet to possibly making one very soon. If in a few days the luster hasn't worn off yet, I think he'll commit. But if he goes home, kinda lets the visit sink in and realizes that he wants to be 100% sure, then Ohio State still will have a shot at him. We'll see...
                                                                                              sigpic Silence implies consent.

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                                                                                              • #48
                                                                                                Pull the trigger Ben, leopards don't change their spots and OSU's leopard only has 1 spot because that how many times they've thrown to the TE in the last decade. Our single set TE gets at least 5-10 passes a game, not per season. And a double TE stack.......WOW. Could help you follow Kyle to the NFL draft like the others before him here @ TE University.
                                                                                                Just believe.

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                                                                                                • #49
                                                                                                  Seriously, I can't even think of the last really good TE OSU has had........c'mon Ben.......and as an added bonus we would pluck one from under Joe Pa's nose......that alone makes me want the kid!

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                                                                                                  • #50
                                                                                                    "Definitely coming away with a really good vibe," Koyack said. "I just have to take some time the next few days to think about it. I've just been kind of thinking the whole thing over so far, and possibly maybe sometime soon (I could decide)."

                                                                                                    Possibly maybe? Ha love this kid.
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