One would think that after Jamire Calvin committed to Nebraska a few days ago, we’d be over the drama.
Well, one would be wrong.
One way to follow what recruits are thinking is twitter for sure. I know with the issues coming from politics and such, but it’s still a resourceful tool especially right now.
Jamire Calvin has shown up in some issues today, and it should make you wonder if he’s going to be signing with Nebraska tomorrow.
First? Check out his most recent follows, who happens to be all Washington State Football accounts, whether it’s coaches or the actual account.
After being a silent to a school then committing somewhere else then decommitting and committing to said school then decommitting again... pic.twitter.com/fWkEchBSEm— Adam (@hashtagsutton) January 31, 2017
Second.. it seems that Calvin is making a point of finding some negative stuff that is being said about him by Nebraska fans.
Case in point: You're stupid if you don't think the kids pay attention to what you're saying and then talk about it. pic.twitter.com/HCVjTqkvbk— Adam (@hashtagsutton) January 31, 2017
The Wazzu love shouldn’t surprise many folks, considering that it was Nebraska and Washington State in his final 2.
And now the tone of the tweets? I guess he notices all these things pretty well.
Signing day is the only day that matters.— Jamire Calvin (@Jcalv6) January 30, 2017
Most people dont understand how hard the recruiting process really is, fans & reporters call us unloyal but dont even know the half of it...— Jamire Calvin (@Jcalv6) January 30, 2017
Now, I’m not going to tell you that Calvin won’t be in the class, because he’s still there and has wanted to be in Lincoln even with the Oregon State hat on. That being all said and done, the drama is building with him.
Plus, I can’t tell you that all Nebraska fans haven’t shown him love. He’s gotten a ton of support on social media from Nebraska fans. However, you can notice the negative more than the bunches of positive things for sure.
And, quite honestly, Nebraska could use him considering there’s about 7-8 scholarship WR’s next year, which is not enough frankly. Unless Nebraska plans on Greg Johnson, Jeremiah Hawkins or Joseph Lewis in town, you’re taking Calvin. That’s why he’s committed to Nebraska even with the BS that went down in San Antonio.
And for those that hate recruiting cause of this, I get your point. Tomorrow, they all sign though, and we’ll find out soon enough.