I am a Boxer with a Boxer's mentality and most days I'm smarter than a 5th grader. Today may or may not be one of those days...
I noticed your comment on Mack Vann. BTW, he is also an author. Check out Creek Bottom Home!
I know we're only half way through spring practice and all but it's been a few months since you've put something on http://www.ibleed-secsportsblog.com/. Just letting you know I miss it is all.
This is some fairly new information on Crowell if you want it D. . I have not bothered to confirm this as I usually do not really start following recruiting closely until the middle of June.
I have heard that Crowell will in fact be at BCW this weekend. Can anyone confirm what I am hearing?
ESPN says so. http://insider.espn.go.com/ncf/features/rumors#3346
"We wrote Monday about the outlook for Auburn's running backs for the 2010 season, with senior Mario Fannin and freshman Michael Dyer expected to play featured roles for the Tigers.
But the recruiting trail holds some tailback intrigue for Auburn as well. ESPN affiliate AuburnUndercover.com reports that the Tigers are still in the mix, along with Michigan and Alabama, for Demetrius Hart. Other running back targets include Isaiah Crowell, Mike Blakely and Rodney Coe, who projects as more of a fullback or H-back in Auburn's offense. The Tigers also recently extended an offer to Javorius Allen, who, like Hart, Crowell and Blakely, is a member of the ESPNU 150 Watch List.
Because Dyer will be in the mix for the Tigers for at least another two seasons beyond 2010, playing time could become a concern for potential prospects if one of the other running backs decides to commit. The Tigers have their Big Cat recruiting weekend coming up, and Crowell, Blakely, Coe and Allen are all expected to attend. Perhaps the Auburn coaching staff will be able to use the weekend as an opportunity to net one or more of these prized backs."
I have not had any direct feedback from the Crowell camp since his last visit to Auburn. BCW is Big Cat Weekend. Like I said, I have not confirmed this and I do not trust ESPN nor this particular post. It could lead to better information though.
I am very sympathetic toward your battle with cancer. I have a sister that treated cancer patients with radiation at St. Vincents Hospital for several years. Watching the continuous battle with this disease eventually led to her resigning to preserve her mental health. She now teaches school with a doctorate degree.
I admire your courage with overcoming this horrible disease. You have my best wishes and prayers for a continued cancer free life and recovery.
You really should understand that not filling out a bio does not hide your location or affiliation. Roll Tide