04 August 2009
I was looking over recruiting classes the last few days. I took note of the fact that Penn State looked like it had the best quarterback depth in the conference with Darryl Clark, Kevin Newsome and two outstanding recruits in Paul Jones and Robert Bolden. A poster made an argument for Michigan State with a couple of recent Elite 11 quarterbacks plus Joe Boisture this year. Michigan gets Tate Forcier last year and our resident Michigan fan C_Woodson has put forth a strong argument that Devin Gardner is a much improved passer since we last saw him on film as a junior. One of the more impressive recruits in the Big Ten this year is Joe Brennan, a tall big armed kid from New Jersey. He looks to be the best quarterback recruit we have seen in Madison in many a year. Nathan Scheelhaase is a player nobody talked about much but go over and take a look at him. I am not much for freshman quarterbacks starting but Juice Williams needs to be more consistent this year. This kid is a major talent. Ohio State has Pryor and just got Taylor Graham, with a likely national top 5 kid in Braxton Miller a clear Buckeye lean.
I don't need to go through every school in conference. I have argued for an upgrade in talent at quarterback at Ohio State. For the conference to regain respect, we needed to see an upgrade in talent at the position all across the board. It looks like that is happening.
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