If we can haul some TEs and LB is deep Hubbard could play that WSDE spot as well. A year with Mickey and he'll be breasting it next year.
Look at Josh Perry, Curtis Grant, Doran Grant, etc.. Some guys are just naturally bigger and more muscular. With college training and nutrition + higher naturally occurring hgh and testosterone at that age + guys who are genetic outliers it's common for guys to put on 20-35 lbs of solid muscle naturally over 3 years. And to people who think that's not a lot, think of what 20lbs of chicken breast looks like.
I love Hubbard at LB but it looks like he's just going to have to be an AA at TE
I just hope we bring a level of physicality that they can't handle, Silver Bullet style. I want their WRs to be scared to cross the middle and get stuck on jams, and Kiel to get Kieled
Not sure why but I can't stop laughing
Time break some WRs' wills Tyvis
Ok get back at me when he runs a 4.65 at the 2017 combine.
You gotta love watching their free safety too, dude is a beast
I guess I should specify that it is in the student section though
It's actually not a student ticket
I read that as mammarys pizza
Reading a lot about Urban and listening to him it's clear that he's always looking for mentors, ideas, feedback, etc. Hopefully Herman is picking up on that.
Trey Johnson looked like a monster on two straight plays on Saturday. He needs to work his tail off though because with Booker, Berger, Hubbard?, Hilliard, and hopefully Baker this OLB spot is going to have depth. Not to mention Lee and Worely being young guys too.
Nope never got hit with that. They run a few plays in philly that I think we should look at installing.
natural talent: check
Mike LB instincts: check
Passion for the game: check
Work ethic: check
I'm already a huge Kwon fan. I'm not one of the people saying Grant sucks, but Kwon is Da Truth. I want to see him get a good 30 snaps against UC
While Kwon isn't shazier fast, he isn't slow. Besides that the guy has such good instincts and anticipation as a freshman and that will allow him to be in the right spot when it's time to make a play. He also acknowledged that pass defense was his weakness back around signing day and vowed to work on it, and so far it's clear that he has. Curtis' issue in coverage has a lot less to do with foot speed than it does being late in recognition of the play and his responsibility. No one is rated #1 if they are slow.
Is Verrilli your last name and do you know an Austen?
Dontre at HB, split at PR, Dontre should be done at KR. Put Samuel or Dixon back on KR.
The blocking in the return game is horrible so far. I think dontre looks good on punt, Jalin looks even better on punt, and dontre looks mediocre on KO. I'd like to see Dixon and Samuel return some kicks, maybe James Clark if he's 100%.
Yes please. Braxton has to improve in the slant, crossing, and TE streak passes though. Needs to develop the touch to drop it in over the LB. If his arm strength isn't greatly diminished he can throw some sideline routes to beat cover 2 as well. It would be great to save his legs until they're needed against an MSU, FSU, Bama type team.
In B1G country:
Population shifting out
No spring football
Population shifting in
Eat, sleep, breathe, eat football autumn, winter, spring, summer
Did I mention football?
Football is a religion through and through south, they have as many Power5 level recruits in their region as there are in the country, if not more, they pay assistants out the ass, they have bagmen, they oversign, and they are backed by ESPiN.
B1G, Big XII, PAC 12 all have an uphill battle to climb. ACC shares recruiting grounds with the SEC and might be able to steal some SEC thunder if they hire the right coaches at certain schools.