'20 TN LB Bryson Eason

volbeast33

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How would a coaching staff know he didn’t “silent “ to other schools also then make his real choice on signing day? Although any recruit can flip his comment until he signs, it seems a risky to play the silent game with a recruit who’s not at the top of your board
Does it really matter? We have had kids publicly committed to us for months and then sign with someone us..... as long as you are not signed it will happen
 

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He said he would commit to the school before then and wait to make it public..didn’t say he wasn’t going to tell the school until February
Sounds curiously similar to what is called a "silent commitment" but we know that is not what he is talking about doing because posters on here assure us that silent commitments are not a real thing.
 

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It's always comical when the past has an arbitrary starting point because without it, it adds up to something undesirable.

We re sorry, but we cant help our program is better than yours.
We'll see if you have the same POV when basketball season rolls around ;)

Arkansas was a top 10ish football program from the 60's-80's too.
 
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Staying at inside linebacker, Tennessee continues to push for Bryson Eason. The Whitehaven linebacker is working to take his two teammates with him, though, as Martavious French is already committed to Arkansas and the Razorbacks are hoping to flip Tamarion McDonald from Mississippi State. All three want to play together and that’s something that Eason has always been partial too. Still while Arkansas has some current momentum, Tennessee remains heavily in the mix and Eason is expected to return to Knoxville sometime this month. Although Eason remains interested in teaming up with his Whitehaven brethren, it was just last month that the 4-star inside linebacker acknowledged he was ok with the idea of forging his own path and staying in state to play for the Vols.
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