NCF On The Trail: Recruit TweetChat

Robert Nkemdiche TweetChat 

February, 5, 2013
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No. 1 prospect Robert Nkemdiche (Loganville, Ga./Grayson) is one day away from announcing his college decision live on ESPNU at 7:35 a.m ET. Nkemdiche took an official visit to LSU last weekend, after previous officials to Florida and Ole Miss. Nkemdiche says all schools are even. On Monday night, we solicited questions on Twitter using #AskNkemdiche, and the nation's top player answered a bunch of them for us. You can follow him at @Aceboogie_001.

@RebCody: #AskNkemdiche How fun and stressful has the recruiting process been?
Robert Nkemdiche: Everybody knows it has been stressful. Everybody knows. The part that was fun is the fans, going on visits and just experiencing new and different things.

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Alvin Kamara: TweetChat 

February, 5, 2013
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Running back Alvin Kamara (Norcross, Ga./Norcross) will decide between Alabama and Georgia on signing day, announcing his decision at 3:35 p.m. ET on ESPNU. While it was thought that the Bulldogs were the team to beat several times last year, it seems the Crimson Tide are sitting pretty to add a fourth ESPN 150 running back in the 2013 recruiting cycle.

On Monday night, he consented to answer some questions that were submitted by fans on Twitter using the hashtag #AskKamara. Be sure to follow him at @A_kamara6.


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Jayme Thompson TweetChat 

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The query went out on BuckeyeNation’s official Twitter account @ESPNBuckeyes.

If you could ask ESPN 300 safety Jayme Thompson (Toledo, Ohio/Central Catholic) -- an Ohio State commitment – anything at all, what would you say?

The responses came back with a variety of questions for the soon-to-be Buckeyes defensive back.

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Jesus Wilson TweetChat 

February, 5, 2013
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Florida State fans reached out to Seminoles commitment Jesus Wilson via Twitter to ask him whatever was on their minds. The four-star wide receiver entertained their questions for a Q&A on ESPN's NoleNation.


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Thomas Tyner TweetChat 

February, 5, 2013
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We asked fans to pass along their questions for Ducks' RB commit Thomas Tyner (Aloha, Ore./Aloha) via the @ESPNDuckNation Twitter handle, so we could have the No. 54 player in the ESPN 150 share his thoughts with the fans.

The response was incredible, as we received a number of great questions. With the future Oregon running back's help we narrowed it down to five of the best questions that were submitted. Here is what the nation's No. 6 RB had to say...

@Dyetz21: What expectation do you have for yourself in your first year as a #Duck? #AskTyner

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Michael Hutchings TweetChat 

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Whether it's keeping up with his fellow commits or giving a play-by-play of his official visit, Michael Hutchings is one of the most active USC recruits on Twitter. So when we wanted to find someone to interact with fans, he was a natural pick. After receiving some great questions @WeAreSCstaff, we sent the best ones on to Hutchings for his responses.

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Blair Angulo/WeAreSC.comMichael Hutchings would have loved a chance to play against fellow USC recruit Su'a Cravens in high school.
@uscarlos: How does coach Pendergast differ from Monte Kiffin?
Michael Hutchings: "Coach Pendergast differs from Monte in scheme and also mindset. Coach Pendergast is a lot more attack style of defense, playing fast and simple. Keeping the opposing team off balanced as he likes to dictate the game and make the offense react to what they are doing on defense rather than reacting to the offense."

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Mike McCray: TweetChat 

February, 5, 2013
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WolverineNation gave our twitter followers the opportunity to ask Michigan linebacker commit Mike McCray questions about his recruitment. The questions were tweeted @WolverineNation with the hashtag #AskMike, and the top questions were selected for McCray to answer.

Here are your questions and McCray's answers:


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Justin Manning TweetChat 

February, 5, 2013
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GigEmNation recently solicited questions from fans via Twitter for ESPN 150 defensive tackle and Texas A&M commitment Justin Manning. Then GigEmNation's Sam Khan Jr. visited with Manning to ask him the questions the fans wanted answers to. Here's the Q&A with the nation's ninth-ranked defensive tackle, who chose the Aggies over Oklahoma and TCU:

@mikey_esquivel: What made you choose A&M?

Justin Manning
Damon Sayles/ESPN.comJustin Manning is ready to get to work and make an immediate impact at Texas A&M.
Justin Manning: "Just the whole recruiting class. It couldn't have been better timing and a better school. I just felt like everything was perfect. I love the coaching staff and the whole recruiting class."

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Elijah Qualls TweetChat 

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ESPN 300 DT Elijah Qualls is one of Washington's most passionate commits. So we gave UW fans a chance to ask the future Husky questions on Twitter @HuskyNationESPN and you guys delivered with some great questions. Here are five of our favorites, which we passed on to Qualls to get his answers. In the process, you helped get him to sign up for Twitter. Follow Qualls @EQtheUWprophet.

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Brandon Oliver/ESPNUW commit Elijah Qualls can't wait to get his career started with the Huskies.
@biggeazy206: Elijah, what do you feel are your strengths? What do you think you still have to work on?
Elijah Qualls: “My strength is my explosive power, my low center of gravity and my determination. I need to work on everything, but mostly my hands and technique that coach (Tosh) Lupoi wants me to play with.”

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Altee Tenpenny TweetChat 

February, 5, 2013
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It was social media at its finest. Using Twitter, we asked you -- the fans -- to ask ESPN 150 running back Altee Tenpenny whatever was on your mind, and he was kind of enough to take some time before signing day to answer your questions.

Tenpenny also confirmed his commitment to the Crimson Tide on Monday night, tweeting out that he was ‘100 percent to Bama.’

Twitter questions
@RazorbackJacked: #AskAltee Will he be choosing between Bama and the Hogs on signing day or just signing with Bama?

Tenpenny: I will just be signing with Alabama.


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Nick Washington TweetChat 

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GAINESVILLE, Fla. -- Florida defensive back commitment Nick Washington took some time this weekend to respond to questions from Florida fans that were submitted on Twitter using the #AskNW hashtag. Nick's answer's were not altered in anyway. If you have more questions for Nick, feel free to send him a message on Twitter: @NickWashingtonn.


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Davin Bellamy TweetChat 

February, 5, 2013
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ESPN 300 defensive end Davin Bellamy (Chamblee, Ga./Chamblee) is one day away from announcing where he will attend college. He recently returned from an official visit to Oregon after having taken visits to Tennessee and Georgia. After visiting the Bulldogs, Bellamy decommitted from Florida State and named Georgia his leader. On Monday night, he consented to answer some questions that were submitted by people on Twitter. Be sure to follow him at @DavinBellamy17.

Nick @godawgs924: What time is your decision coming on Wednesday?

Davin Bellamy: Probably around 12:00 p.m. We always do something in the library. Four other kids and I are signing and I will probably go last.

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Hatari Byrd TweetChat 

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There were many people who were skeptical ESPN 300 safety Hatari Byrd (Fresno, Calif./Central East) would stay committed to Oklahoma after pledging to the Sooners in July.

He has, and his commitment is stronger than ever 24 hours away from national signing day. SoonerNation readers have questions and Byrd has answers as he talks any and every thing on the mind of OU fans.


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Antwuan Davis TweetChat 

February, 5, 2013
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Good luck finding a more talkative member of Texas’ 2013 recruiting class than Antwuan Davis.

The ESPN 150 cornerback from Bastrop (Texas) committed to the Longhorns in May and has already vowed he’ll be one of the leaders of his class. Ever since he found out he couldn’t enroll early, Davis has been itching to get on campus as soon as possible and make a name for himself.

Here’s what Davis had to say about his freshman season at Texas, which Longhorn greats he compares to, and why there’s no way he’s overrated.


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DeSean Smith TweetChat 

February, 5, 2013
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GeauxTigerNation took your questions via Twitter, Facebook and email for DeSean Smith, the ESPN 150 tight end who will sign with LSU on Wednesday.

Here's a little background: Smith, a 6-foot-5 hybrid tight end, played in a wide-open passing offense at Lake Charles (La.) Barbe. Smith, and Barbe, put up big numbers and he impressed with his length, speed for his size and remarkable hands.

Here are your questions and the answers from a "hungry and humble" Smith:

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