Have a cheagle ride and a cup of shut up.
- Feb 3, 2013
Nwaneri at least committed early, and shortly after the law was made. Wingo has waited a good long while. by October 25th he will only get a month and a half of early payments.Don’t necessarily disagree but that’s what everyone said about Nwaneri. Realistically it doesn’t make sense for either of them to go to Mizzou given their other options, but here we are…
-VQMissouri DL commit Elias Williams has continued to have consistent communication with the Tennessee staff. His first visit to Knoxville for the Texas A&M game certainly made an impression on him. He confirmed to us earlier this week that he has locked in an official visit date with the Vols for the weekend of November 18th. He will visit Alabama next weekend on an official visit, and Nick Saban's program is a major player here. This is a recruitment we believe could go on into December, as he continues to gather information with multiple schools starting to push all at once.
Missouri commitment Elias Williams will visit Alabama this weekend on an official visit, which will serve as his first look at Tuscaloosa. As it stands, we believe Tennessee and Alabama are the two biggest threats to Missouri. The Tigers are recruiting him like he is still uncommitted, as he is taking a deep look at the Vols and Crimson Tide. The process is still relatively new to him, so there are a lot of questions he is asking and looking to get answered on his visits.
-VQWilliams has continued to have consistent, positive communication with Tennessee over the last. He has spoken with Josh Heupel and Rodney Garner routinely over the last week and tells us the Vols are certainly making him a priority. He is still scheduled to travel to Knoxville for the Georgia game.
-APElias is top dog imo
-Matt RayCoveted defensive lineman Elias Williams is a high priority for multiple programs right now, including the Vols. Williams was at Alabama this past weekend for his first look at the Nick Saban’s program. By all accounts, this is a visit that went well, and the Crimson Tide are viewed as a long-term player in this one. However, Tennessee will get the opportunity to gain some real momentum in this one, as Williams is set to take an official visit to Knoxville on November 18th.
He’ll get a ratings bump. Because suddenly, the website nerds “evaluated” him differently. Has NOTHING to do with bigger schools now offering. Must’ve just suddenly gotten better. Because, you know, website ratings are scientific.When the big schools start coming after 3 or low 4 star players hard down the stretch you can almost bet that they know their better than their rated or they have great upside potential. GBO