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not sure he was even our best TE, so best outside option....no.
I don't think he is the fastest WR we have either, big guy, nice hands, big target should do fine at the position (played WR in high school I think)
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I am surprised that Meyer even bothered to make a distinction. He was probably our best receiving threat no matter where he lines up or who he practices with. I wouldn't have been surprised to see him lined up with Heuerman this season anyways.
BINGO....Stoney was always going to be in the "Hernandez role" as what they are calling a "Y Tight End" these days...basically it is a hybrid WR/TE who can line up in the slot and make things happen out wide OR can move inside block a little bit if needed and also get mismatched against a slower linebacker or smaller DB....either way, TE or WR, Stoney's role is that hybrid type of player that Hernandez became under Meyer and still is in the NFL
I know he was a WR at Coffman, but I could have sworn he started at OSU as a WR too, so there won't be quite so much to pick up as some people seem to think. He knows the basics, just might have to relearn the playbook, which he had to do at TE too with the new system Meyer is installing anyways
I said yes because he will give Braxton and the team more options from the WR spot. He is still a great blocker so it will enhance the running game as well as opening up the passing game over the middle. I don't think he will be going deep that much. Leave that to Smith, Thomas, and others.
Yes he was a WR in HS, when he was a skinny 215lbs.
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No, because he's going to play slot, I'd guess. He's not the deep threat.
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Outside != Deep
I read outside at the X/Y receivers, not the slot guy. Stoney doesn't seem like an X/Y to me.
I was referring to perimeter receivers in general, not a traditional TE or FB, so I was lumping him in with all of the WRs.
Thanks for clarifying, then definitely no..he's not going to be the best deep threat.
Devin Smith will be our best outside threat. He and Braxton have good chemistry.
Verlon Reed will be this team's best WR this year. Dude is back 100% and making plays all over.
Not better than Brown and Smith..I'll put money down.
He was better than both of them before his unfortunate injury.
How much money do you want to lose?
He was pretty good, caught some nice short routes. He still wont be better than either Corey Brown or Devin Smith..I'll bet as much as you want?
Doesn't have the quickness to succeed on the outside.
He was already the team's best receiver. Trick question.
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