After spending a year in Baltimore to get acclimated to being away from home, Brown-Ferguson reclassified to the Class of 2020.
This kind of dedication from the staff for recruits and pledges is refreshing to hear after the Ollie era.Hurley and Hunter gained Brown-Ferguson’s trust during the recruiting process, as they were consistent in their quest to land the big man. They’d travel to Canada often, and even after Hurley underwent surgery in September, Hunter was there. When Hunter took a leave of absence for a medical issue in November, Hurley continued the push, which meant a lot to Brown-Ferguson and his mom.
I bought it at 2 in the morning last Friday after a few beers, AND it was on sale. Can’t go wrong for 29 bucks.If you don't pay for it, then they won't survive as a business and we won't have access to stories like these. Pony up the few dollars a month and buy a subscription.
coming from someone who I am sure spent countless hours of discussion with all of KO's recruits and has the full storyThis kind of dedication from the staff for recruits and pledges is refreshing to hear after the Ollie era.
I’m sure he’s the first person to ever speculate on this board...coming from someone who I am sure spent countless hours of discussion with all of KO's recruits and has the full story
DH has done a fine job - so far
But I am doubting you have any closeness to KO, his staff and the kids he recruited