New offer: 2021 DE Dominick Giudice

New offer: 2021 DE Dominick Giudice


March 25, 2020

Michigan offered Freehold (NJ) Mater Dei defensive end Dominick Giudice on Wednesday. He’s 6’4″ and 250 lbs. with offers from some MAC schools, some military academies, some Ivy League schools, and UMass. He’s a 3-star, the #54 weakside end, and #1146 overall.

As a junior in 2019, Giudice made 43 tackles for loss and 24 sacks.

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    je93
    Mar 25, 2020 at 11:47 PM

    This one committed too, right?

  2. JC
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    JC
    Mar 26, 2020 at 1:28 AM

    I think the TTB ranking is going to be in the 80s for this kid. I like him as a recruit.

    • Thunder
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      Mar 26, 2020 at 7:39 AM

      You must have another highlight film that I haven’t seen yet…

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      ragingbull
      Mar 26, 2020 at 10:39 AM

      wish i were also seeing that. at a quick glance he appears to fall into category of DL like upshaw, welshoff, newburg, etc, as guys who can help the team but will never be known for explosiveness or athleticism and lack high ceilings for various reasons.

      i dont see a potential dominant trait (like strength, quickness, leverage machine, etc) which good players usually rely on to build their game around and make plays. not that this kid wont grow, develop and eventually find a way to contribute, i just dont see the ceiling most teams want. similar to upshaw, i see a sharp, tough player of average size the staff can trust to put out but not the all league talent with pro potential that an 80 rating dictates.

      harbaugh loves smart, intense, high motor players with maniacal desire to squeeze every ounce out of the game (much like jim as a player) and it looks like thats what theyre getting. unless this kid adds quickness, explosive hips and violence along with the 30 lbs or whatever they want him to gain, i see average talent and a harbaugh culture guy. and thats all good as its vital to have those guys on your team, provided you strike the right balance along with naturally gifted specimens with high ceilings

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