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Topic:  RE: 2019 DT Denzel Daxon (Miami Carol City HS, FL) - Ohio COMMIT

Topic:  RE: 2019 DT Denzel Daxon (Miami Carol City HS, FL) - Ohio COMMIT
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Bobcatzblitz
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  Message Not Read  RE: 2019 DT Denzel Daxon (Miami Carol City HS, FL) - Ohio COMMIT
   Posted: 8/22/2019 10:17:56 PM 
CatsUp wrote:
ExCat21 wrote:
CatsUp wrote:
ExCat21 wrote:
Bobcatzblitz wrote:
Pending his conditioning I can imagine we could see him at spots to plug the middle DUDE IS YUGE AND CAT QUICK


Today is a great day. Dax donning the green and white will be special. LB-ers are prolly stoked. All I keep thinking is how double teams will open up blitzing lanes for the LBs. We shouldn't give up more than 110 yards on the ground per game.


ExCat21,
I would think it would include a heavy dose of speculation but could you provide your thoughts on how long you think it will be before he can start making a contribution? I can't help but think even being in Athens a week earlier would have helped greatly. As talented as he apparently is, I don't think he has as much experience as most recruits.


His situation is a little different than your normal recruit. If he is a junior, you have to think about putting him in the rotation early in the season. But that's if he passes the conditioning test. If he passes that then based on film, he has the strength to play now. If it's 3 with 2 then you could play the 4 game rule and break down his film to see if he is ready now or needs a year to mature. In my opinion, he could play now but I'm redshirting him to get one year exposure to the system and "Unleash the Beast" in year 2. The ripple effect on DL recruiting years to come will benefit us.

Personally, I really want to hear his story and understand what he's been through to get to this point.


Thanks for your reply ExCat21. I wondered how this might be viewed on the inside from a former player. I am interested in his story too. I have to admit that I have no idea what could result in a recruit only having two years of NCAA eligibility left immediately after high school. I don't think I have heard of that before. Thanks again!


A possible scenario If he played one snap for an organized amateur Football Club team then his eligibility clock would have started at that point.

I had a kid that this happened to it was terrible.
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  Message Not Read  RE: 2019 DT Denzel Daxon (Miami Carol City HS, FL) - Ohio COMMIT
   Posted: 8/23/2019 12:03:37 AM 
Doc Bobcat wrote:
Mike Coleman wrote:
Easy on the hype train boys. Suh, a Top 50 national recruit, didnít even start one game til his third season in Lincoln, and that year he had one sack.

That said, this is great news.


Cmon Mike...have a glass of green koolaid...I have gallons of it...lol.


Iím drinking what youíre drinking, Doc. This guy is going to be one great Bobcat player.

Hope that appeal is successful. Thanks bobcatblitz for explain how this eligibility issue could have happened.


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  Message Not Read  RE: 2019 DT Denzel Daxon (Miami Carol City HS, FL) - Ohio COMMIT
   Posted: 8/23/2019 10:28:10 AM 
One snap of semi-pro doesnt jeopardize your eligibility. You're not getting paid. This happened to the Cincinnati Bearcats receiver (Marshawn "Mardy" Gilyard) who played semi pro in our league then got drafted 4th round) in the early 2010s. He eventually went back to Bearcats and regained eligibility before the draft. As long as he didnt get paid, he should win that appeal. Man that sucks he is a junior. I hope he wins the appeal.

Mardy Gilyard: https://www.google.com/amp/s/amp.reddit.com/r/todayilearn... /

My Columbus Fire team beat his Cincinnati Kings Comets team. He was really good and we even told him as his opponent's post-game that he needed to get back in school. And he did. I hope this is over semi-pro eligibility because if so... we have a case here that will benefit our guy.

Last Edited: 8/23/2019 10:35:14 AM by ExCat21

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  Message Not Read  RE: 2019 DT Denzel Daxon (Miami Carol City HS, FL) - Ohio COMMIT
   Posted: 8/23/2019 10:31:39 AM 
He's also currently considered a transfer so that means he has to sit out this season.
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  Message Not Read  RE: 2019 DT Denzel Daxon (Miami Carol City HS, FL) - Ohio COMMIT
   Posted: 8/23/2019 10:32:58 AM 
A little more detail in Arkley's blog post: https://www.athensmessenger.com/blogs/bobcat_blog/fall-ca...
Unless Ohio gets a waiver, Daxon would have to sit out this year as a transfer year.


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  Message Not Read  RE: 2019 DT Denzel Daxon (Miami Carol City HS, FL) - Ohio COMMIT
   Posted: 8/23/2019 11:04:30 AM 
So Arkley is now tweeting that Daxon playing in 2019 is still to be determined. Wow, the story never ends
Sorry didnít read the post above.
Anyway, this may explain why some other teams backed off. We seldom have a chance to get a guy like this, so itís probably worth the effort.

Last Edited: 8/23/2019 4:08:51 PM by colobobcat66

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  Message Not Read  RE: 2019 DT Denzel Daxon (Miami Carol City HS, FL) - Ohio COMMIT
   Posted: 8/23/2019 1:00:15 PM 
Redshirt 2019. Play in 2020 and 2021.
And hope he can get a degree in 3 years as well. Such a shame that it got to this point....but Im glad he does have eligibility left.
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  Message Not Read  RE: 2019 DT Denzel Daxon (Miami Carol City HS, FL) - Ohio COMMIT
   Posted: 8/23/2019 5:12:08 PM 
ExCat21 wrote:
One snap of semi-pro doesnt jeopardize your eligibility. You're not getting paid. This happened to the Cincinnati Bearcats receiver (Marshawn "Mardy" Gilyard) who played semi pro in our league then got drafted 4th round) in the early 2010s. He eventually went back to Bearcats and regained eligibility before the draft. As long as he didnt get paid, he should win that appeal. Man that sucks he is a junior. I hope he wins the appeal.

Mardy Gilyard: https://www.google.com/amp/s/amp.reddit.com/r/todayilearn... /

My Columbus Fire team beat his Cincinnati Kings Comets team. He was really good and we even told him as his opponent's post-game that he needed to get back in school. And he did. I hope this is over semi-pro eligibility because if so... we have a case here that will benefit our guy.


I played in the old MDFL and NAFL had some great games in Canada, Mexico and the Orange Bowl/Walt Disney but eventually they told us that the NCAA rules had changed that if a kid who had already graduated HS played one snap his NCAA clock could potentially start.
We had guys who just played anyway of course even had my cousin Chris Cook suit up for us in the middle of his NCAA suspension prior to being drafted but they def warned guys that it was a possibility per ncaa. Semi pro used to be really really good we faced those old XFL guys when they formed teams in NC and the Central Penn Piranaha was just ridiculous.

Last Edited: 8/23/2019 5:14:09 PM by Bobcatzblitz

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  Message Not Read  RE: 2019 DT Denzel Daxon (Miami Carol City HS, FL) - Ohio COMMIT
   Posted: 8/23/2019 5:24:29 PM 
ExCat21 wrote:
Redshirt 2019. Play in 2020 and 2021.
And hope he can get a degree in 3 years as well. Such a shame that it got to this point....but Im glad he does have eligibility left.



Sucks for Ohio but if I was his advisor I say look bro all you need is 2 strong years lets get it done and be out.
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