Well, after much begging and a small monetary contribution to Kyle’s children’s college fund, I get to keep writing for PFB. I’m moving on from breaking down plays to breaking down recruiting film. On to today’s recruit, Mique Juarez. Juarez is an athletic OLB. He could potentially play the star position with his speed and size. The star position is basically a third safety. In the Big 12, defenses need as much speed on the field as possible. Jordan Burton was OSU’s star linebacker this year. Burton is 6’3 215, Juarez is listed at 6’2 215. As you can see, Juarez is an athlete. His 40 time is listed in the 4.6 range. That’s solid for a linebacker. Juarez plays DE, LB, QB, and WR, he also had some kick return action in there. Juarez looks like a college athlete playing pee wee. He’s aggressive, mean and likes to head hunt. His combination of speed and power are too much for high school players to handle. Juarez also shows nice patience in waiting for the play to develop before attacking. That is something OSU needs badly. On Perine’s big touchdown run, OSU’s linebacker shot inside and there wasn’t anybody to the outside to contain the edge. Juarez also has the make up speed if he does step the wrong direction. His vision is probably his greatest strength, he sees the play, and he understands what the offense is trying to do. His experience at QB will pay off big time when it comes to defense. He does have some things to work on, he often times slings people to the ground. That works when you are considerably bigger and stronger than everyone. It won’t work against D1 level running backs. What skills he lacks in are coachable; you can’t coach speed, vision, and power.Strengths: Speed, field vision, power, explosiveness, and size for the position.Weakness: Arm tackling, and getting by on athletic advantage instead of using good technique.Player he reminds me of: Eric Striker, they have similar size, athletic ability and explosiveness.Juarez would be a game changer for OSU’s defense. The linebackers are really good players, they just are missing someone who can take over a game, similar to how Striker took over Bedlam. OSU had no answer for his relentless attack. OSU has recruited well at DE, imagine having a good DE and putting blitzing Juarez on the same side. Likeliness of OSU getting him: I’d say 25 percent, it’ll be tough to fight through the California schools and OU. Hopefully he picks the good guys this winter.I’ll be back later on to break down some of our other big name recruits. If you’re looking for the comments section, it has moved to our forum, The Chamber. You can go there to comment and holler about these articles, specifically in these threads. You can register for a free account right here and will need one to comment.If you’re wondering why we decided to do this, we wrote about that here. Thank you and cheers!
Kolkata: Enclave-dwellers of the India and Bangladesh border called for citizen rights, land rights, 100 days work and social benefits on the fourth anniversary of the Land Boundary Agreement (LBA), 2015, on Tuesday.After the LBA was signed in June 2015 in Bangladesh, the historic agreement facilitated the transfer of 111 enclaves, adding up to 17,160.63 acres, from India to Bangladesh. Conversely, India received 51 enclaves, adding up to 7,110.02 acres, which were in Bangladesh. Also Read – Bengal family worships Muslim girl as Goddess Durga in Kumari Puja”The erstwhile living conditions of the enclave-dwellers still remain same after four years of the agreement. They have not been recognsied as citizens. They have been issued voter ID cards and Aadhaar cards that often contain errors relating to their names and other information,” said Kirity Roy, secretary of Banglar Manabadhikar Suraksha Mancha, on the sidelines of a programme held on the fourth year of LBA, 2015, at Academy of Fine Arts. The programme was attended by 50 erstwhile enclave-dwellers, where they expressed fear that lack of citizenship will render them stateless if the National Register of Citizens (NRC) is extended to Bengal. Also Read – Bengal civic volunteer dies in road mishap on national highwayNRC, the list of Indian citizens in Assam, is being updated to weed out illegal immigration from Bangladesh and neighbouring regions. The erstwhile enclave-dwellers claimed that they lack social security benefits such as tubewells for drinking water and irrigation purposes, electricity, schools, hospitals and police stations. This apart, the progress of work related to construction of roads is slow as well. “We want people living along the India and Bangladesh border area to get citizen rights, land Rights, 100 days work security under Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee Act (MGNREGA) scheme and social benefits being enjoyed by a common citizen. If our demands our not met, then we will not vote,” Roy pointed out.