Wednesday, February 4, 2009

So Much for the Report About Marlon Brown to Ohio State



MEMPHIS, TN - According to a report out of Knoxville, the Buckeyes may have just landed the second best wide receiver in the nation

****EDIT AT 3:55 - Yep, HE CHOSE GEORGIA. That makes three kids in two years that have burned OSU at the 11th hour. (Josh Jenkins, Tajh Boyd and Marlon Brown).

Here's the innacurate report from earlier today:



WNML radio in Knoxville says that according to a source, the 6-foot-5 receiver Marlon Brown from Harding Academy in Memphis will sign with Ohio State this afternoon over Tennessee, Georgia and Ole Miss.

Marlon Brown told reporters yesterday that he'd have to sleep on his decision. When asked about each of the prospective teams in the mix:

On Ole Miss, he simply stated, "(Rebels quarterback) Jevan Snead."
On Tennessee: "It's Tennessee. It's Tennessee football."
On Georgia: "Coach (Mark) Richt."
On Ohio State: "Coach Jim Bollman (Jim) Tressel."

The Bucks' impressive recruiting class was ranked No. 1 by both Scout and Rivals heading into the day. Brown will formally make his decision at a 3:45 press conference. If you can't log onto Bucknuts at 3:46, that probably means this report was inaccurate.

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Buckeyes Recruiting Tracker via Bucknuts. (Let's play the scouting-by-photo game. I can tell you five guys that will never see the field for OSU based solely on their recruiting photo. Try to guess which ones!)

3 comments:

The Cleveland Racist said...

I'll take the challenge = how about Adam Bellamy, Zach Boren, Reid Fragel, Sam Longo and Jack Mewhort.

-TCR

Fat Balding Middle Aged Recruiting-Obsessed loser said...

I heard we're not getting him too :( I'm going a message board to write about how this kid is going nowhere at ___insert other program not named OSU here___ .

aaronjmac said...

If he can't put together complete sentences to describe the differences between his list of schools, then he MUST be a good football player!!!!! Too bad for OSU.

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