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I could also see him going the route he's going to milk the shit out of NIL. Not many recruits being talked about more than him. The more you string those schools along the more they're likely to pay you for visits alone.The ISD update is a good one but someone's obviously getting played. The only scenario it's not ND is that he is an Oklahoma fan, realizes ND is his best fit athletically, academically etc, mom is pushing hard for ND, his social circles are pushing Oklahoma which is why he keeps entertaining them but won't end up decommitting.
The ISD update is a good one but someone's obviously getting played.
After watching the product ND has put on the field the last two weeks, I don't blame him. However, A&M did lose to App St.Bowen's chances of staying have dropped from ~60% to now ~50% on on3. That plus a confirmed visit to I believe Texas A&M and his positive words about Okl has me thinking it's actually between those 2 teams at this point and his decommitment is just a matter of time
I think he sticks in this class, at this point what's keeping him commited to ND? If he didn't wanna be here he woulda opened up by now.
i think everyone gets too worked up of the "official" statement of committing and decommitting. As others have pointed out throughout the Keeley and Bowen recruitments. Actions are louder than statements.TBF, I think everybody thought if one of them was going to de-commit first, it was going to be Bowen.
Bowen's 50/50 on his behavior, that's what makes it difficult to read. On the one hand, he's still speaking with other ND commits, has plans to visit for the Clemson game and is being up front with ND staff. On the other hand, he's wearing Oklahoma gloves and making very positive statements about them that suggest he could be flipped. Around August 10th he said he was going to shut down his recruitment and make a final decision soon, that hasn't happened and with how the season is going, the longer it plays out the worse I think it is for ND.i think everyone gets too worked up of the "official" statement of committing and decommitting. As others have pointed out throughout the Keeley and Bowen recruitments. Actions are louder than statements.
Were/are they behaving as though they have made a commitment?
One of their corners, Micah Abraham, is the son of Donnie Abraham who played in the league in the 90s and 00s. But, yeah. Their corners were impressive.On the real, both of their corners looked legitimately better than most P5 duos. I thought that was the biggest strength of their team, with RB being a close second