Tuesday, November 26, 2013

Recruiting 2014-- Jerrell Antoine

Several recruiting services indicated UMass has offered to Jerrell Antoine, a 6-1 160 pound Athlete/QB from Orlando, FL.

Scout.com bio here.

Recently threw seven TD's in one playoff game to tie Tim Tebow's Florida record. Also threw for 2,988 yards in 2013.

Quote from the article:"I have the best quarterback in the state of Florida on my team," Williams said. "He's only 165 pounds soaking wet, but he's like Johnny Manziel. He never takes a big hit, and he makes all the throws."

Also has offers from Florida A&M and Louisville.

5 comments:

Anonymous said...

Interesting, that's the same high school UMass BB star Cady Lalane is from. Maybe Coach can get him to help us out. This is the type of QB that can completely change a team ala Chaz Williams impact on the BB team.

UMass74 said...




















































Almost certainly Louisville will want him to be a DB.

If I was the UMass coaching brain trust, I'd tell him "I'm not promising a thing, but you'll get a fair look at QB."

Everybody wants 6-5 QB's lately. I'd take a MAC freshman-of-the-year no matter how big he was...








UMass74 said...

OK try again. Blogger is acting funky.

Almost certainly Louisville will want to make him a DB.

If I were the UMass brain trust, I'd tell him "I'm not promising anything, but you'll get a fair look at QB."

Everybody wants 6-5 QB's lately. I'd settle for a 6-1 MAC freshman-of-the-year any day...

Anonymous said...

jewell Autoine have an offer from Louisville,,do the math people, why would he or his parents even take an official visit to umass? Coach Molnar have ran off many good football players who also were good students. Look around at how many good players we lost to other programs around the country. Blanchflower is not hurt and I will leave it at that!

vetteson said...

Umass basketball has a great team, I met one of the freshmen recently, really good kid. I know everyone is going compare Kellogg with Molnar but remember Kellogg is in his sixth year, it took him five years to get this group together, and with graduation of three important starters he'll have to restart a bit next year. Back to football, the season is over. Ohio game will likely be a snoozer, everyone is tired and banged up and both teams struggling to score. For Molnar, his destiny will lie whether he really goes after new QB talent or insists on sticking with his first recruit.