^Yes. There a lot of confusion as a new player and "paralysis by analysis" going on last year, I think.
If he wasn't "hitting the weights" he wouldn't sniff the field. He's lanky but there's muscle there.
Sounds like another good kid, too
Size, speed (faster than 4.8), Can block and catch.
Seems weird to me to give so much weight to the incoming class when projecting teams next year but Connelly's the expert. He weights the most recent class (2019) very heavily or we'd be ahead of LSU and Okie, at least. Even so, it's a virtual tie among those 3.
It already is.
I don't know, but hope that most programs aren't using these "enhancers". I'd be very disappointed if we are.
Problem is, with the lack of outcry or penalty to Clemson for this, it's getting harder to play fair. Like Griffey during the Bonds, Sosa, McGuire era.
Agree Fields shouldn't relax but disagree you pull him in your scenario unless there's something really wrong. Once you've made your decision, you don't second-guess it at the first bump in the road. A lot of great QB's would have been pulled in your hypothetical 3rd quarter.
Maybe. I thought it had more to do with a returning starter who took them to brink of the National Championship.
Thanks for that Fido. Good to hear about him owning it.
Some teams get calls (e.g., Patriots, Stillers, Cowboys) and some don't (e.g., Bengals, Browns). The Rams have been shifted into the Do Camp now.