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RE: USA Today article - Rainey-Dunbar Rivalry
(08-17-2011 08:29 PM)westcoastwolf Wrote:  There is a player that you will all see this fall named Frankie Jackson. He was a RB at Capitol HS in Baton Rouge and was the #20 RB in the country. He redshirted last year after signing with ASU. He had offers to AZ St., ULL, ULM, and Utah but had some academic troubles that caused many schools to back off him. I do not remember our fans ever being so excited to see a player hit the field. The only comparable player I can think of is Jonathan Adams, a four-star RB, whose selection of ASU triggered quite a sh!tstorm in Arkansas.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uQZvSn6cuP4

We're ready!!!

Frankie is going to be our secret weapon at Illinois. Mark my words.
08-17-2011 08:58 PM
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