His effortless athleticism reminds me of T Pryor. He just has that IT factor to him.
What was the reason for his big fall in the rankings?
Wilson was the Sooners’ offensive coordinator while Peterson was in Norman and under his direction, Peterson emerged as one of college football’s most dominant running backs in the modern era.
To be fair AP would have emerged as a star behind a high school oline haha.
Ill take one Malik Hooker to the Bengals please.
When an offense becomes predictable its much easier to shut down. Our offense became increasingly predictable last 2 seasons. Play calling is a QBs best friend. Tom Herman was great at it, Ed/Tim not so much.
Dude was lookin huge at AA game. Looks like he's gonna be more than capable of being a workhorse back.
Not sure why you are calling running back a position of need. We have JK Dobbins in this class, Antonio, McCall and Weber on the roster.
I don't think Tyjon has done anything worth criticizing but that sentiment definitely exists on here. We trust 18 year old kids to go to war and make life or death decisions, but apparently on 11w being responsible for your actions at 18 is lunacy. The worst is when a 'kid' will do something that clearly shows a lack of character and people will defend the 'kid' like he's a 5 year old who's incapable of knowing right from wrong.
Jerry Rice - 4.71
Cris Carter - 4.63
Anquan Boldin - 4.71
Hines Ward - 4.55
Mike Thomas- 4.53
Brandon Marshall - 4.52
Dez Bryant - 4.52
Im not trying to say speed isnt a good thing for a WR, im just trying to show that a big bodied WR doesn't need to torch a corner on a go route to be really good. The kid is 6'5 and seems to posses excellent body control and good to great route running skills for a high school kid. A few years in our S&C program and he could be really good.
Looks like Browning deleted his tweet telling Marvin that buckeye nation was comin for him. Probably not a good sign.
I know this sounds counter intuitive but speed is an overrated trait for a wide receiver. Good, crisp route running and body control are much more important. Look back at clips of Jerry Rice, he was never even close to the fastest player on the field. Look at players in the NFL today like Larry Fitzgerald, not slow, but by no means a burner. A big frame can go a long way.
Seriously? Kids that big of a diamond in the rough?
I for one am fully torqued.
Could be. Maybe he was super sold on Warriner using him for shorter routes and Wilson plays on stretching the field with big bodies.
Thankfully we have McCall to keep the H locked down for the next few years. It hurts but whatever we move on a recruit a stud next cycle.
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haha its an acronym for "time and change will surely show how firm thy friendship OHIO"
I must have been drunk when I made it though because I apparently thought friendship was 2 words.
Didn't read, fuck them.
Nothing is official regarding his position im guessing. Part of the deal when you bring in athletes is to try them out at different positions to see where they excel. We are still 7 months from summer camp. Remember Hubbard was originally put at TE.
His original comment offered zero substance. He edited after he saw my comment.
Here's a genius idea for you. If you don't like the topic being discussed don't comment on it.
EDIT: It was only the top sentence when i made this comment. He ninja edited on me.
Football is a game of high variance not an exact science. If you run this season 100 times Clemson wins it all maybe 10. This season, for example, if the NC State kicker doesn't miss that super short FG they don't make the playoffs. That being said having an elite QB like Watson can make up for a talent gap (to an extent obviously). We like to think having superior talent means we should always beat a team with lesser talent (like Penn St) but the truth is theres still a ton of luck involved in football.