The way I see it is this. You have a guy like Brendon that can fill the gaps running the ball but is also pretty good in coverage. I don't think he is going to be used primarily as a LB or a Safety and he probably won't come off the field much. If anything when they use him in the Bullet role you're bringing in a guy like Proctor (who I'm really high on) in his spot deep. I think it's a win/win. The biggest thing to me was keeping the 4 DL. Larry Johnson is a wizard/legend/baller etc and he has developed maybe the deepest DL in the country. Being able to keep them on the field and rotate guys in that likely would be starters most other places is exciting and I can't wait to see it unfold this year. If they really get back to being Silver Bullets then this season could be special. Just need to get Baldwin/Fields ready for everything teams will throw at them and the OL situation figured out. I'm not worried about any other unit on this team, even the Linebackers.
I love Holtmann and I'm excited to see what he can do with next years squad but with that being said the lineups he puts out there sometimes just blow my mind.
Also hate to say it but I'm glad I'm not going to have to watch Woods in that jersey for much longer. He was depth and would have never come close to getting a scholarship had some other recruits jumped at the opportunity.
Niners fan here. The 49ers will more than likely run their card to the table with Bosa’s name on it if given the chance. They will try and sign one of the safeties on the market and definitely go after Justin Houston seeing how Saleh wants a Viper like position on the defense and he fits that perfectly.
If they can have a group consist of:
I would be over the moon excited.
Nah it's a good convo to have from time to time. Same with why we didn't run Hyde in the B1G title game. Why did Pitt Brown start over Vonn Bell. Zeke against Michigan State. Now throw in Brendon White not playing all year.
I love JT, one of the all time Buckeyes. But his skillset held some of the best Buckeye teams we've had recently back. Same with Urban's loyalty to him. That's why Saban is the GOAT. Pull your leader and most established QB Barrett (Hurts) when you feel like he can't win you games for the rising freshman Haskins (Tua).
Best spot? Saints.
Most realistic? Jags.
All of you need to stop and realize how great Kyler Murray is. The Cardinals would be foolish NOT to take him #1. I mean look at what he did in college, his foot speed, his arm. I would take him and not look back. He is a franchise changer, a true leader and won the Heisman. He is great for the league and the Cardinals would be making a mistake not taking him #1 overall...
P.S. I'm a Niners fan ;)
I'd love to see Tyreke Johnson get a crack at that hybrid SAF/LB spot. But if we're being honest I know people might disagree but isn't that what everyone thinks Werner is anyways? He might thrive in that role. Outside of that I think a LB rotation of Harrison/Mitchell/Browning would be amazing for the team. Those are some dudes out there. I like Borland against the Wisconsin's and Iowa's of the world but not really anyone else. Mitchell seems to be a thumper, just needs to be able to be THE man of a defense.
Maybe someone like THIS to complement the outstanding 2019 class in the 2nd year?
Sorry nevermind, I didn't get through the rest of the sarcasm.
Do you know how fast a 4.24 is? Don't drink the bong water my friend.
Trade them a washing machine and I think you could get em
I remember the days of our reception leader barley reaching 400 yards. It's a great time to be a Buckeye. With Day at the helm and a steady dose of Fields/Baldwin/Miller, I think we're not even scratching the surface of what this team could achieve in the future. (Especially since Hartline might be the WR whisperer and many top WRs will flock to Columbus)
If we're talking a DB that can play man in the nickel spot but also asked to be a sure tackler and play the run, I know this might catch some flak but I see Arnette filling that role.
It's simple really. Give me my OL from the midwest, my WRs from Florida, DBs from Texas, QBs from California, RBs from Georgia and my LBs from the DMV. Not that hard of a recipe guys. It's easy!
With that being said though it is possible it was recorded days ago or even months ago. Would just find it weird with the location tag and all having it been recorded and just uploaded randomly now.
If you click on his avatar picture on his Instagram, it should bring up a "story" and it is him running up bleachers at his old high school with another person. 17 hours ago at this time.
I think Mitchell plays sparingly and could crack the lineup if Browning isn't getting it done.
Off to a great start with Johnson and Wypler. Need to get Wray back in the class, add Corcoran and maybe Atteberry. For 2019 it's tough but have to hang on to Nester. Would Harrison-Hunte be a candidate for OL?
“I just didn’t forget how to coach.”
Well considering every job you’ve had, you’ve been fired from... I would assume that’s exactly what happens.
He definitely is intriguing. I know we rag on the B12 for not being able to play defense but for example these teams that Okie State was putting up numbers on with lesser athletes were teams that recruit well. They beat Texas, almost beat Oklahoma and beat up on a WVU team that might have lost some air the later half of the season.
Agreed. Hoping he is here next year. I think the trio of him, Yurcich and Day would be something to see.
I think Kevin Wilson will stay on with his experience and will help with OL too with Stud (if he is still here) and will continue to coach TE's. Will have to wait and see if Ryan Day takes the OU Lincoln Riley route and continues to call plays of will be more hands off.
I believe he has had 4 top 25 offenses since 2013. I guess I don't know his recruiting ties unforunately. I'm trying to read up on him more while I'm "working" lol.