Jaden Rashada joins powerhouse Arizona State; named starting QB as true freshman

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Thoughts from Donkey:

Now visiting AZ, with Colorado and TCU on deck.

First, I shows what a third rate prospect he is. #7 ranked, primarily because of his height and arm strength. Just like Franks. Inaccurate, just like Franks.

Second, it shows all these bat**** theories about Miami suing him were fake.

I wish we'd get back to trying to land 6'0" QBs who were very accurate and have a quick release. Billy doesn't want a gunslinger anyway.
 

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If he goes to Colorado, expect DS to take shots at UF.
He can be the next Kordell Stewart.
 

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Thoughts from Donkey:

Now visiting AZ, with Colorado and TCU on deck.

First, I shows what a third rate prospect he is. #7 ranked, primarily because of his height and arm strength. Just like Franks. Inaccurate, just like Franks.

Second, it shows all these bat**** theories about Miami suing him were fake.

I wish we'd get back to trying to land 6'0" QBs who were very accurate and have a quick release. Billy doesn't want a gunslinger anyway.
Why don’t you just reinstate Donkey if you’re going to post his “thoughts”?

If he’s such a third rate prospect, why did Billy green light Hathcock go get him. Surely HH didn’t pursue a QB that Billy didn’t want.
 

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I don’t subscribe to On3 (and I don’t find them particularly reliable)”, but Nick De La Torre wrote a piece that apparently absolves the Gator Collective & apparently paints Darren Heitner as a snake.

 

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I don’t subscribe to On3 (and I don’t find them particularly reliable anyway), but Nick De La Torre wrote a piece that apparently absolves the Gator Collective & apparently paints Darren Heitner as a snake.


There used to be a time when this group of degenerates would spill the beans on articles like that.
Not anymore.....:shakehead:
That’s what I was hoping for
 

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I don’t subscribe to On3 (and I don’t find them particularly reliable)”, but Nick De La Torre wrote a piece that apparently absolves the Gator Collective & apparently paints Darren Heitner as a snake.


Nick’s reliable. Their national writers are garbage.
 

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synopsis please.

Darren Heitner headed a group that signed Rashada to a $13.85M contract. Rashada signed before he flipped from Miami.

GC said they couldn’t honor it because no booster would do it. So agreement was terminated 2 weeks before NSD.

Rashada signed on NSD because his folks were saying that it would get fixed (and he wanted to come). It obviously was never fixed.
 

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So who or what is the responsible party representing the University of Florida that gave the young man's parents the idea that 13 Mil was reasonable for a high school freshman to expect. WTH is going on here. And if he wanted to come to UF, he could have come and I am sure his skills or NIL would have paid off.
 

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So who or what is the responsible party representing the University of Florida that gave the young man's parents the idea that 13 Mil was reasonable for a high school freshman to expect. WTH is going on here. And if he wanted to come to UF, he could have come and I am sure his skills or NIL would have paid off.
Sounds like it may have been Heitner based on what everyone is saying. This picture is floating around on Twitter now of him and Rashada at a Gator game (S. Car I believe).

 

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Darren Heitner headed a group that signed Rashada to a $13.85M contract. Rashada signed before he flipped from Miami.

GC said they couldn’t honor it because no booster would do it. So agreement was terminated 2 weeks before NSD.

Rashada signed on NSD because his folks were saying that it would get fixed (and he wanted to come). It obviously was never fixed.
So Heitner and the Rashada's are morons
 

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So who or what is the responsible party representing the University of Florida that gave the young man's parents the idea that 13 Mil was reasonable for a high school freshman to expect. WTH is going on here. And if he wanted to come to UF, he could have come and I am sure his skills or NIL would have paid off.
The company that negotiated it was JTM. Heitner is an attorney for them. So he was on both sides.


 

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