more of that with Kendall. I like our chances very much. Clemson is a good school and have had some recent success even against VT. But they have not proven it over the long term like VT has.
In the end, I think the VT tradition of dominant defense, great cornerbacks, a legendary D-Coordinator, perhaps the best D-Back coach in college football, and the once-in-a-lifetime chance to play in college with Kyle, and with a head coach that is proven---all that---certainly must impact this decision. Let's Go....HOKIES!
If you are a DB, this is a no-brainer for this kid. If you want to discuss which program will turn him into the best DB he can be, the decision is ultra clear. If he picks Clemson, it will have been for some reason beyond football. If you put all things on a balance sheet, i.e., pros and cons, the pros of putting your talents on the field at Lane far outweigh any cons that he might perceive. Play for a program known as DBU, winner VT. Play for one of the best DC in the nation, winner VT. Play more often in front of family and friends, winner VT. Play in the same backfield with your brother, priceless, and winner VT. If he is all that analysts say that he is, he is going to be a pro no matter where he plays college FB, and he is smart enough to know that. And if indeed he is that smart, there is only one logical choice between the 2 schools. Just my opinion
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