2021 5* OT Tommy Brockermeyer

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  1. tzanghi

    tzanghi Founding Member

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    Also, the word is that he’s not going anywhere unless his brother comes. His brother is a 4* center in the same class.
     
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    Well get em both!
     
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    Brother is #3 Center and 100% Bevo.
    Prolly drinks Matty McConaughey Kool Aid
    Need to get these kids to LSU vs Texas and let them see the magic. No doubt both attended the LSU vs Texas game last year
     
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    Tzanghi,

    You gotta realize what you’re looking at when you get a 5-Star OT at 280+

    Kid has great feet and speed and finesse to handle that Big 12 brand of FB and he’s not a road grader and NFL type of OT that you see in a Dumerville. On second thought, he’d be a Strength & Conditioning Project as the SEC animals at Auburn GA AL etc would throw him around like a rag doll

    Truth! and I dare anybody to challenge this point as it’s been proven over and over and over again! The other brother is similar to an LSU Clapp kid and on the light side. Despite the Clapp’s flawless technique taught to him by Brother Martin Coach Chubby Marks (a neighbor and lifelong friend in Metairie) it took Clapp years to get to be a starter.

    The answer to the 280-330 OT is a hybrid 300 LBer that runs a 4.9 or 5.0, not a lumbering 5.4 forty Rhino. Watch what LSU does with Marcus Dumerville. If we miss out on these two don’t sweat it, let the idiot star chasers go after two Projects (2 yr starters at best after 2+ years S&C) to play Elite Ball
     
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    That may be true. I haven’t looked at his tape at all. I do know that we need another strong tackle in this class, but I can’t say what this kid will be.
     
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    Almost all linemen are projects, rare to have a frosh that could come in and play as there is an obvious physical difference in a 18 yr old vs a 22 yr old.
     
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    These December signees are bucking that Redshirt trend
     

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