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Tank for Manning?


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10 hours ago, Pakmeng said:

give it a break gramps

Yeah, you tell him Karen. I messaged @Mr. Scot privately and let him know how we all now need to get our posts approved by you before posting on various threads. I got him up to speed with your new board rules no worries. 

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1 hour ago, YourLastThought said:

Yeah, you tell him Karen. I messaged @Mr. Scot privately and let him know how we all now need to get our posts approved by you before posting on various threads. I got him up to speed with your new board rules no worries. 

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13 hours ago, CRA said:

Jimmy Clausen and Kyle Allen were both the #1 QB prospect coming into college. 

* Clausen drove a white limo hummer to the college football hall of fame to announce he would be playing at Notre Dame lol. 

Allen being the #1 QB entering college was a legit talking point around these parts when discussing his worth as a franchise QB. 

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On 6/23/2022 at 1:04 PM, Green-Ghost said:

Most likely the next 4 years.  The Manning’s are to the type to enter the draft before school is completed.

Especially considering he'll probably have to take a pay cut when he gets his rookie deal. That NIL money is going to be ridiculous for him.

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10 hours ago, DaveThePanther2008 said:

No thanks.  Knowing our luck Manning will pull the daddy trick that he doesn't want to play for Carolina.

Not to sound sour but last time that was the case that didn’t really work out for Luck in the end. If you’re the #1 player you just have to accept you’re not going to a #1 situation. The whole “I’m not playing for them” thing annoys me when your a draft prospect and not a free agent. 
 

also was reading there are much better high school QB prospect than Manning.

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7 hours ago, Panthercougar68 said:

Not to sound sour but last time that was the case that didn’t really work out for Luck in the end. If you’re the #1 player you just have to accept you’re not going to a #1 situation. The whole “I’m not playing for them” thing annoys me when your a draft prospect and not a free agent. 
 

also was reading there are much better high school QB prospect than Manning.

Anyone to want to tank for a HS QB is off their rocker.  Many, many top rated HS QBs have never sniffed professional football at any level.  While the Manning name is blue blood it doesn't mean he's a surefire NFL QB and definitely not #1.

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also was reading there are much better high school QB prospect than Manning.

Not sure what article you are reading but most of the information I have seen, Manning is the #1 HS QB in his class

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On 6/23/2022 at 11:05 PM, YourLastThought said:

Yeah, you tell him Karen. I messaged @Mr. Scot privately and let him know how we all now need to get our posts approved by you before posting on various threads. I got him up to speed with your new board rules no worries. 

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So I am not a big high school recruiting guy but I followed this story last week.  I went to youtube and watched his highlights and could someone please tell me what I am missing here?  The bulk of his plays just looks like he either is A)one of the biggest kids on the field and steps away from pressure to sling the ball or B)Just throws it 50 yards downfield to his wideout that is faster then the corner.  Not denying he has a strong arm and isnt big and fast but the #1 overall player that people are going nuts for?  I dont get it but then again I dont really follow hs recruiting.

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