Upvote to counter the jack asses who downvoted you because you weren't 100% aware of the scholarship numbers/grid
Because if they don't they fall by the wayside?
I said some. The quoted is the main reason.. at Defensive tackle and DB we absolutely as a team need them all to step up.
To your point about WR; Both Zach Smith and Urban have mentioned wanting a 6 person rotation at WR.. and again I said some.. not all.
On Johnnie Dixon; as much as I would like to see him get healthy and succeed I'm not sure it's a reality based on his knee problem which really hasn't improved at all since he had surgery.
Under.. Teams are looking at how Vonn Miller type pash rushers can contribute big time to winning super bowls
In all honesty when our recruiting is as good as it is and we have as many positions to fill as we do.. I'm very interested in the development of a great number of players. I think our offensive line and D-End rotation will be top 5 each by seasons end.. I think our interior line will develop and surprise people. Raekwon is going to have monster year as a player and a leader.. Dante Booker and Chris Worley/Jerome Baker will have hiccups early but will prove they're not an athletic drop off from Perry and Lee. Gareon Conley will take the next step and could be a first rounder after the season. Marshon Lattimore, Denzel Ward, and Jordan Fuller will all battle for that other corner spot.. the backup likely being the starting nickel. I hope Erick Smith and Cam Burrows can recover fully from their injuries because they have the athletic potential to be a dynamic duo at safety if healthy. Damon Webb could figure in at Corner or Safety and Nickel. There are plenty of speed guys for returns and gunners in Clark, McLaurin, Campbell, Ward, Samuel, and Lattimore. Torrance Gibson has all the tools to be a monster WR, Noah Brown has a ton of hype, and I believe Austin Mack will see the field from day 1. I'm not sure we have the next Griffin, Byars, Smith, George, Clarrett, Wells, Hyde, or Elliott in the backfield but Dunn, Weber, and Williams will be a very solid group especially behind this OL. We have built incredible, yet inexperienced depth at TE with Baugh, Berry, Alexander, Hausman, Farrell, and Hawkins.
This team is super young but there's no shortage of talent and also a large number of 3 stars and low 4 stars that I believe are underrated.
Not to mention the coaching changes for which I'm excited.
I'm Calling 12-1 B1G champs going into selection time.
Let me add
There are so many IMO.. some of these guys absolutely must make their mark this year.
Has conditioning started and if so why can't I find any info on it?
So you want to bench a future 1st rounder in Hubbard to start freshmen?
He hasn't got it plain and simple.. If he did he would be pushing for that 2nd string spot. Burrow and Haskins are just more talented at the position. Collier probably has the best social media though so he's got that going for him. I don't think he's unhappy or not working hard.. Like I said his talent just isn't at the level of the others.
So if he comes in an locks down one of the tackle spots right away would Prince play guard this year?
I'm sure a comment on Eleven Warriors is really going to bring down his enjoyment
Good luck to him but what an ass with that double fake out
Ginn being in the game wouldn't have won us the game. The OL was thoroughly dominated and we had a poor game plan on both sides of the ball. They thought they had already won the title when they beat TTUN
I agree about Clark and Ward.. Gibson not as much.. not many 6'4" kick returners. I almost want a strictly special teams player to be returner next year so we don't risk injury to a starter.
I just googled Brian. His little wiki bio that comes up say he weighs 277 lbs. What did you eat dude?
Consistently timing him from the OSU 15(LOS) to the Alabama 45 ... 40 yards at 4.30. He has a bit of momentum at the beginning but is also wearing pads and possibly not going 100% straight for 40 yards.. I think he could run 4.40 at the combine which would put him in the mid first round for sure.
Move over Lynch because it's BraxMode from here on out
I hope and pray that coaches getting paid six or seven figures can teach him the nuances of the position
Either very under the radar or always had grade/act concerns that he alleviated
As great as a natural born athlete as he is I bet he's been practicing that since he was 6 years old.. He's that type of guy that I bet as a kid he was working on his game for ours and never saw it as work.. He just loved it. I bet he becomes a household name in the NFL within his first two seasons as long as his health holds up.
Braxton is a beast. 204.. I got a feeling he's lost weight for 2 reasons.. Practicing route running tirelessly and also intentionally to run a faster forty. I hope he has a good coach for it because I never thought he had good sprinters form.. Needs better knee drive. I see him running 4.35-4.45 range. I hope Zeke lost weight too. I think Zeke would be best around 218-220 and not the 230 he was this year.
My Grandfather use to write computer programs for inventory at Wright Pat and my Grandmother was from Australia.
I'm not saying he made the wrong decision.. most people would've gone straight to them NBA and getting paid rather than going to play a brutal game for 3 years.
I honestly think he would've been better at football than basketball if that's what he wanted from a young age. He's an incredible athlete and great basketball player but he isn't at the scoring skill level of Jordan, Kobe, Curry. Lebron would've dominated every level of football if he loved football like he does basketball. People would barely even mention Gronk, Megatron, Graham, Julio Jones.. etc if Lebron was in the game.