Percy got all those touches because he was constantly the best player on the field. None of our WRs or H-Backs are considered the biggest playmaker on the team. At this point, it's Zeke, so he's going to, and has gotten more touches than anybody.
He will not switch back to QB. According to Zach Smith he is a full time WR now, and is pretty fascinated with the new position.
I will keep it simple. I think this more experienced team will come out ready to play. They're going to slug Va Tech right in the mouth for four quarters and see if they will do anything back.
Yeah, I agree. I just want to see if he can be an every down TE. I know he is very athletic and can catch, but I'm anxious to see his blocking, which is obviously vital for any TE in our system.
Yep, officially we have 5 with: Wilson, Miller, Marshall, Samuel, and Campbell. I see Clark (if he can finally get healthy), McLaurin, Dixon, and maybe even Hill play more like a Philly Brown. They get moved around, but are really good slot recievers that can potentially go on a sweep, but don't ever really line up in the backfield.
Exciting times to be a tOSU fan...
Read my story on Fall Camp position battles.
Parris Campbell and Marshon Lattimore.
He definitely wants the offer, but we have way too may slots coming in who are higher on the board than him.
Who do you model your game after?
I've been saying this for a while, but if Torrance comes to fall camp, and is electric like his tape shows, he will get on the field somehow.
He probably will redshirt, but if Torrance is an immediate playmaker, he will get on the field.
IMO, he looks way too skinny to be running the ball. He just doesn't seem like an H-Back to me.
I wouldn't be surprised if Torrance had some unique packages due to his elite athletic ability, so I bet he will go to away games.
Well, Cam Burrows will likely be Nickel, so there is still Vonn and Malik Hooker (whenever they play Nickel and Darron is out, obviously) at FS, then Tyvis, Erick, and probably Damon Arnette (true frosh, though) at SS. Also, I'm confident that Marshon will be healthy, and that one of the three incoming freshman will contribute.
I'm not too worried.
Yes, the H-Backs are in the WR room. Occasionally, they will work with the RB's (like Dontre did in Fall Camp last year to learn to run inside), but they are WR's.
I'm fairly sure. Like when I go on BTN2go, I can't even find an option to choose that as my provider.
Edit: I found it, but I guess we don't pay extra for it.
IMO, I don't think this was a medical mishap. This was sheer bad luck, especially with the fact that it was the opposite hamstring.
Have the coaches discussed changing your position from Corner to Safety?