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  • #76
    Originally posted by Wo_oT88 View Post
    I have played against and with him. He is fast, quick and athletic for his size and he's was a stud in Vieux-Montréal for like 4 years. Hopefully he'll dominate like he did here.
    He's a DT right? Not a DE? Is he a good run stuffer or more of a pass rusher? Can he make us Michigan fans forget Alan Branch? ;) Where you from by the way?

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    • #77
      Originally posted by SNIPER26 View Post
      He's a DT right? Not a DE? Is he a good run stuffer or more of a pass rusher? Can he make us Michigan fans forget Alan Branch? ;) Where you from by the way?
      J'Michael Deane & MSU are coming for you...

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      • #78
        Originally posted by etk View Post
        J'Michael Deane & MSU are coming for you...
        From the Big 10 cellar?

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        • #79
          Originally posted by SNIPER26 View Post
          From the Big 10 cellar?
          lol, I just had to mention the beast from MTW since we were talking about massive freakish Canadian Dlinemen.

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          • #80
            All I got is Robert Pavlovic and Gurminder Thind both from the Warriors. Ive got Jerome Messam, Jamal Westerman and another guy, cant exactly recall his name but he was from Brampton, and played at Michigan, a DE, also played with the Seahawks. Something Kashama maybe.

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            • #81
              Originally posted by SNIPER26 View Post
              He's a DT right? Not a DE? Is he a good run stuffer or more of a pass rusher? Can he make us Michigan fans forget Alan Branch? ;) Where you from by the way?
              He's a DT/DE. He's a good run stuffer with a lot of pass rusher talent. I think he can develop into a really good DT. He'll probably not play his first year but watch him the second year. I'm from Montreal ;)

              #MoncriefArmy

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              • #82
                Originally posted by Wo_oT88 View Post
                He's a DT/DE. He's a good run stuffer with a lot of pass rusher talent. I think he can develop into a really good DT. He'll probably not play his first year but watch him the second year. I'm from Montreal ;)
                Thanks for the info. Where in Montreal? I used to live on the West Island, sadly not anymore.

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                • #83
                  Originally posted by SNIPER26 View Post
                  Thanks for the info. Where in Montreal? I used to live on the West Island, sadly not anymore.
                  I live near the Mont-Royal

                  #MoncriefArmy

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                  • #84
                    I think the bottem line is that there is some talent in canada to be found and a a few more kids should go D1a every year than the amount that are going yearly now but, at the same time if you look at the universities individually. The highly ranked schools almost all have a good recruiting base of states which reloads them every year and they have no need to waste their time going up north to find talent when they could find similar talent in their own backyard whichout putting out too much effort.

                    The Mid Major schools say a school like Tulsa, Tulane, or Cincinnati dont always have as many resources and money as the highly funded football programs such as a USC Miami or Michigan and do their best to recruit a wide range of states thought and get the odd Canadian recruit.

                    I do agree that some schools could do a much better job recruiting Canadian talent because their are plently of very talented potential recruits that all a school close to the border such as Boston College or Washington St. would have to do to get a kid would be give him a call based on his combine numbers with a scholarship offer and they would be guaranteed to get him instead of going after the same talent level recruits other BCS schools are going after and losing out on them and going after 2 stars instead

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                    • #85
                      ***Canada is give them a call wish a scholorship offer and any Canadian would bite all over that, instead of what their doing which is going after all the big fish recruits that the powerhouse schools are snatching up and they end up settling for 2 stars and such instead of being able to easily have gotten a much more talented kid from Canada without much effort or money.
                      Last edited by Da Big Harv; 07-13-2007, 04:51 PM.

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