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This kid is the real deal:
Not surprising. Guy had something like a 4.2 with a 30+ ACT out of one of the best high schools in MI. Real impressive.
damn, kid has a lot going for him. Good for him
It's probably because 2nd City Sparty coached him in HS.
I loved teaching at FHN. Great school system.
My seats at SS. My driveway in winter.
I think he also came in with enough AP credits that he was pretty much a sophomore when he started at MSU.
We are not the same, I am a Spartan
Met his mother and sister (freshman at State I believe) late last Summer in Boston airport going through security. His sis had State gear on and I was nattily attired in my Spartan sweatervest.
At any rate, very nice people. I mentioned something about him being a great student in high school that I had read during his recruitment. His sister just rolled her eyes and remarked with a laugh something about having to "live up to that...and no pressure there!"
Sadler had a 32 ACT and a boatload of AP credits (hence the 4.0+ GPA) before he set foot on campus as a student. He's one of Dantonio's recruits that could have gone anywhere and would have gotten academic scholarships to schools that typically don't offer kickers/punters athletic scholarships like LSU and 'Bama who did offer.
He'll leave MSU with a Masters degree and good odds to be drafted.
Actually I heard he's going to be working on a doctorate.
Leave MSU with a Masters and on his way to a PhD. He might not make it in the NFL. Goodell doesn't want people that smart in the league.
doctorate in ECONOMICS. i struggled with the gen ed econs here at msu, sadler is insanely smart and an awesome spartan
NFL scouts are prolly concerned that Roushar used up a lot of his leg last season.
I am gravely disappointed. Again you have made me unleash my dogs of war.
If I recall correctly, he had 45 credits before he set foot on campus due to AP classes. He was a junior by the end of his first semester.
I had the same ACT score & basically came in as a sophomore too, but I have more like a 3.4 in an engineering major & I'm not even on a damn sports team. I don't even know how that's possible for him to do. I sure as hell couldn't.
Good for him.
Plus he wears the shit out of a speedo.
A 3.4 in engineering is like a 3.9 in any other.
Went to FHN, then coached basketball there once I graduated from State. Loved FHN.
Which game was it when he knocked the returner on his ass and the ref didn't know what to do so he threw a flag? I wanna say it was either Boise or ND.
Boise. He wrecked a dude but it was way out of bounds haha.
Double major in Applied Engineering Sciences and Supply Chain with a 4.0, WOW!
This post was edited by Three_Putt_Par 13 months ago
Was it? From my spot in the stadium it looked clean, but I was 40 rows up, right on the sideline that it happened on and never saw it on tv.
FHN was a pretty good school when I graduated nearly a decade ago (same class as 2nd City Sparty). Glad to see they haven't let their standards slip too much. And by slip I mean tighten. And by tighten I mean Sadler has more women than I will ever see.
This post was edited by Sporks 13 months ago
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