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Disappointed that Kendrick Maple only stayed on staff for one year. I can't blame him for moving to Nebraska to get training opportunities alongside Burroughs and Green as he is trying to compete on the international scene, but that's a real blow to the Boilermaker recruiting delivery.

Will there be any fallout among recent recruits or kids close to signing?

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10 hours ago, base said:

Disappointed that Kendrick Maple only stayed on staff for one year. I can't blame him for moving to Nebraska to get training opportunities alongside Burroughs and Green as he is trying to compete on the international scene, but that's a real blow to the Boilermaker recruiting delivery.

Will there be any fallout among recent recruits or kids close to signing?

Agree - same issue at Purdue, not willing to pay for Head Coach or Assistants. IMO, this is a hot seat warning year for the Purdue head coach. If the recruits & holdovers don't produce, the natives will get more restless.  Will see Streck does in a huge learning year. Their best get was Brunner  at 197 last year, as he fell into Purdue's lap because he was and was a family double legacy from 2 Purdue Football Uncles that were NFL players after Purdue. 2017-2018 is going to be a brutal year.  

Still can not figure out why you would have one of your top recruits, and your projected 157 lb starter cut down to 145.5 at University Nationals in the summer? On top of getting beat by a high-school junior, he looked like he was going to pass out while stumbling back to the center. For what?    

  

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On 7/5/2017 at 11:06 PM, Powerline said:

Agree - same issue at Purdue, not willing to pay for Head Coach or Assistants. IMO, this is a hot seat warning year for the Purdue head coach. If the recruits & holdovers don't produce, the natives will get more restless.  Will see Streck does in a huge learning year. Their best get was Brunner  at 197 last year, as he fell into Purdue's lap because he was and was a family double legacy from 2 Purdue Football Uncles that were NFL players after Purdue. 2017-2018 is going to be a brutal year.  

Still can not figure out why you would have one of your top recruits, and your projected 157 lb starter cut down to 145.5 at University Nationals in the summer? On top of getting beat by a high-school junior, he looked like he was going to pass out while stumbling back to the center. For what?    

  

Parriot cut down to A) not wrestle up to 74 kg which is probably to big for him and B ) he also avoided Mark Hall. The cut was definetly too much but there wasn't a weight that worked well for him. Also there's no hot seat, he's in his third year pulling in good recruits for a school that doesn't care that much. 

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