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(03-22-2021 08:21 AM)epasnoopy Wrote:  If Jack Heflin gets drafted in the NFL will it say NIU next to his name? Didn't he graduate from NIU?

I think they usually show the last school the player was at. For example Russell Wilson shows his school as Wisconsin on his nfl profile

https://www.nfl.com/players/russell-wilson/
03-22-2021 08:25 AM
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(03-22-2021 08:21 AM)epasnoopy Wrote:  If Jack Heflin gets drafted in the NFL will it say NIU next to his name? Didn't he graduate from NIU?

I’d think it may be up to him ? As for Kramer, that’s too funny. Unless I hear otherwise I think it’s safe to assume he had 0 power 5 offers after entering the portal, he panicked and went to temple. A power 5 team had someone declare, transfer or decommit and they went to the bargain bin. Maybe Kramer plays to save someone a redshirt but this late in the game you’d have to think he is just rounding out a roster, not destined for big minutes.

I thought maybe he got the short end of the stick on that interview, younger kid maybe saying things he wished he could take back. This, IMO shows a lack of integrity. Still wish him the best wherever he lands.
03-22-2021 08:29 AM
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Kramer says it was too easy.
Thanks, I never thought that maybe they also misquoted him in an effort to get more clicks.

Either way I wish him well.

Cause I don't really want to be judged for all the things I did and said back on college.

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03-22-2021 09:16 AM
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RE: Kramer says it was too easy.
(03-22-2021 09:16 AM)Teamduh Wrote:  Thanks, I never thought that maybe they also misquoted him in an effort to get more clicks.

Either way I wish him well.

Cause I don't really want to be judged for all the things I did and said back on college.

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Well I certainly do!! I enjoy my tarnished, seedy reputation and need the publicity.
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RE: Kramer says it was too easy.
(03-22-2021 09:16 AM)Teamduh Wrote:  Thanks, I never thought that maybe they also misquoted him in an effort to get more clicks.

Either way I wish him well.

Cause I don't really want to be judged for all the things I did and said back on college.

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Not sure it’s the content of the quote that bothers me. It shows a little bit about his character...and maybe he doesn’t have a firm grasp the perception of himself.

Hell...the quote was crazy...not just because he was OK, but in the league that was too easy this defense got pushed back far too often.
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Kramer says it was too easy.
Kramer to Indiana

https://twitter.com/weston_kramer/status...46409?s=21


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04-28-2021 05:35 PM
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(04-28-2021 05:35 PM)NIU32 Wrote:  Kramer to Indiana

https://twitter.com/weston_kramer/status...46409?s=21


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Wish him the best.....07-coffee3
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(01-22-2021 12:44 PM)HawaiiToNIU Wrote:  Lots of hate on a kid selling himself. Yes, I will agree it's a reach for him to say his time at NIU was too easy. But look at the facts, for what he did, he was among the nation's top ranked interior DL.

No one in here knows the reason he's leaving, other than what he said in this article. But again, he's trying to sell himself because he believes that he is ready for the next level. Just like any football player thinks they got an honest shot at the NFL, no matter how true or false that is.

With all this hate on Marmion, looking at their recent success, it appears they've had some quality people come out of that school. Not only did Kramer come from there, but the Glasgow brothers, Brad Chlidress and our very own Huskie legend Larry English. Who cares that a kid went there, instead of one of the top performing Naperville schools? Him and his family had their reasons, we can't assume he's some screw up who needed a kick in the ass. From what we can see, he is a kid who was a contributing member of the MAC Championship squad who probably already has his degree in hand.

Sucks he's leaving, as it sucks that anyone is leaving our great program. But as we've all come to realize, it's life. So wish him well, and may we all get behind the next monster who steps into that spot on the Huskie defense. No need to be bitter about anything.

He's not so much selling himself as ripping the MAC. And he wasn't dominant like some former players who ended up doing well in the NFL. I remember the announcer calling Hollis Thomas's name a lot in games. That's domination.

Besides, it's not like he only played against MAC teams. What about the games against P5 schools? That was enough for Golladay to show what he could do.
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(04-29-2021 09:59 PM)NIU007 Wrote:  
(01-22-2021 12:44 PM)HawaiiToNIU Wrote:  Lots of hate on a kid selling himself. Yes, I will agree it's a reach for him to say his time at NIU was too easy. But look at the facts, for what he did, he was among the nation's top ranked interior DL.

No one in here knows the reason he's leaving, other than what he said in this article. But again, he's trying to sell himself because he believes that he is ready for the next level. Just like any football player thinks they got an honest shot at the NFL, no matter how true or false that is.

With all this hate on Marmion, looking at their recent success, it appears they've had some quality people come out of that school. Not only did Kramer come from there, but the Glasgow brothers, Brad Chlidress and our very own Huskie legend Larry English. Who cares that a kid went there, instead of one of the top performing Naperville schools? Him and his family had their reasons, we can't assume he's some screw up who needed a kick in the ass. From what we can see, he is a kid who was a contributing member of the MAC Championship squad who probably already has his degree in hand.

Sucks he's leaving, as it sucks that anyone is leaving our great program. But as we've all come to realize, it's life. So wish him well, and may we all get behind the next monster who steps into that spot on the Huskie defense. No need to be bitter about anything.

He's not so much selling himself as ripping the MAC. And he wasn't dominant like some former players who ended up doing well in the NFL. I remember the announcer calling Hollis Thomas's name a lot in games. That's domination.

Besides, it's not like he only played against MAC teams. What about the games against P5 schools? That was enough for Golladay to show what he could do.

I’ll be surprised he he starts. Committing after Spring won’t play in his favor.
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(04-29-2021 10:18 PM)BDB5yp Wrote:  
(04-29-2021 09:59 PM)NIU007 Wrote:  
(01-22-2021 12:44 PM)HawaiiToNIU Wrote:  Lots of hate on a kid selling himself. Yes, I will agree it's a reach for him to say his time at NIU was too easy. But look at the facts, for what he did, he was among the nation's top ranked interior DL.

No one in here knows the reason he's leaving, other than what he said in this article. But again, he's trying to sell himself because he believes that he is ready for the next level. Just like any football player thinks they got an honest shot at the NFL, no matter how true or false that is.

With all this hate on Marmion, looking at their recent success, it appears they've had some quality people come out of that school. Not only did Kramer come from there, but the Glasgow brothers, Brad Chlidress and our very own Huskie legend Larry English. Who cares that a kid went there, instead of one of the top performing Naperville schools? Him and his family had their reasons, we can't assume he's some screw up who needed a kick in the ass. From what we can see, he is a kid who was a contributing member of the MAC Championship squad who probably already has his degree in hand.

Sucks he's leaving, as it sucks that anyone is leaving our great program. But as we've all come to realize, it's life. So wish him well, and may we all get behind the next monster who steps into that spot on the Huskie defense. No need to be bitter about anything.

He's not so much selling himself as ripping the MAC. And he wasn't dominant like some former players who ended up doing well in the NFL. I remember the announcer calling Hollis Thomas's name a lot in games. That's domination.

Besides, it's not like he only played against MAC teams. What about the games against P5 schools? That was enough for Golladay to show what he could do.

I’ll be surprised he he starts. Committing after Spring won’t play in his favor.

Indiana defense was garbage - he has a shot. But I think he’s kind of average sooo... 50/50 chance? Maybe worse?

But he’s going to Indians. Great school - so he probably understand football isn’t in the cards for him.
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