I know it is unlikely but adding Elias Ricks to this class would be incredible. That trio of corners for the 2020 class would be elite. Plus with Okudah likely leaving at the end of the year it wouldn't be crazy to see Ricks get a lot of playing time as a true freshmen. Him and Harrison could be our next Young/Okudah and anchor another tremendous defense. I'd be perfectly happy with signing Watts (I love his size at the position) but Ricks has been my holy grail for this class from the beginning.
I agree with your logic. Miller has also not shown the ability to stay healthy either. Maybe that'll change once he is introduced to a college training/medical team but adding someone like Stroud is a logical move. We need the depth, the kid is talented, and Miller being healthy isn't a lock.
I like him too but I wanted him to come play linebacker. I watched how he played the position for his team and think he could make a real impact with his athelitc ability. I personally really want E.J. Smith. I love how versatile he is.
I think Crowley has played well and the little bit we have seen of Chambers was promising too. I'd actually love for Gill to move back to running back. I think he could make a huge impact at that position in the passing game and be a nice change of pace back with Teague next year and be the guy I expected McCall to be this year.
I think he compares the best with Pryor. From a physical standpoint they are both impressive and I believe they are both capable of beating you with either their arm of their legs. Justin isn't quite as big as TP was but he is close enough imo. The one thing I know for sure is that I am happy to have him on our team!
I must have been. That's what my friend and I noticed most. Sounds like I need to go back and review the tape.
I've never heard of a gambler that says they win unless they are the people selling their picks.
From what I can remember Justin made the wrong read almost everytime. The touchdown was the right read and I felt like every zone read called after that he just decided he was going to keep it and try to play hero ball like he did in HS. I think the offense has a lot of stuff it still needs to work out but the first quarter showed what they are capable of when things are clicking. I really liked how the offense functioned in the double tight sets. Ruckert finally got to show what he is able to do in the passing game.
I love that we are getting Wade more involved this year. Kid is loaded with talent.
I think I would have to go with Dylan Moses or Grant Delpit. Leaning Moses due to some Tuf circumstances.