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Donaven McCulley Commits to Indiana

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45 minutes ago, btownqb said:

DM is very Kellen Lewis ish athletically. 

I didn't realize he was that elusive.  Lewis was the QB when I was first getting into IU football.  Loved watching him play.

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1 hour ago, btownqb said:

DM is very Kellen Lewis ish athletically. 

The biggest knock, if you want to call it that, is that he has a decent but not great arm. It’s not bad at all but if he had more velocity he’d be even more heavily recruited by the major schools. With some development he should be a very solid big 10 player.

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35 minutes ago, Sark said:

The biggest knock, if you want to call it that, is that he has a decent but not great arm. It’s not bad at all but if he had more velocity he’d be even more heavily recruited by the major schools. With some development he should be a very solid big 10 player.

I'm sure he's spent some time in the weightroom, but multiple sport athletes can be a little behind on adding muscle and weight because even in the off season hes playing school ball and I'm sure AAU at times. 

Next summer I bet he puts on 10-12lbs. 

He'll be 6'5 215lbs as a TR FR, 220lbs by a RS FR

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1 hour ago, btownqb said:

I'm sure he's spent some time in the weightroom, but multiple sport athletes can be a little behind on adding muscle and weight because even in the off season hes playing school ball and I'm sure AAU at times. 

Next summer I bet he puts on 10-12lbs. 

He'll be 6'5 215lbs as a TR FR, 220lbs by a RS FR

No doubt about it I’m sure he’ll continue to fill out and his arm strength will grow too.

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DMs been very active on Twitter here recently. 

Retweeting/tweeting at other recruits to commit/congrats on committing to IU. 

When a top 300 player, that's a QB, does that... that has to be something recruits take note of. 

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26 minutes ago, btownqb said:

DMs been very active on Twitter here recently. 

Retweeting/tweeting at other recruits to commit/congrats on committing to IU. 

When a top 300 player, that's a QB, does that... that has to be something recruits take note of. 

Can’t understate how important that is IMO. Hoping for the same thing for us with the ‘22 class with Allen being committed so early. 

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1 hour ago, Stlboiler23 said:

Can’t understate how important that is IMO. Hoping for the same thing for us with the ‘22 class with Allen being committed so early. 

If Allen can do that for PU in southern Indiana and McCulley/Sales do it in Indy/Northern Indiana then I’ll take it.

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51 minutes ago, BeerBQ said:

If Allen can do that for PU in southern Indiana and McCulley/Sales do it in Indy/Northern Indiana then I’ll take it.

My hope is he can have an impact on the class like Karlaftis did a few years ago. Be the main recruiter for the rest of the class regardless of where they are. 

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7 minutes ago, Stlboiler23 said:

My hope is he can have an impact on the class like Karlaftis did a few years ago. Be the main recruiter for the rest of the class regardless of where they are. 

I was referring to the talent disparity between southern Indiana and Indy/northern Indiana. 
I completely understand what you mean otherwise. 

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12 hours ago, BeerBQ said:

I was referring to the talent disparity between southern Indiana and Indy/northern Indiana. 
I completely understand what you mean otherwise. 

Ahh gotcha. 

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