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I like the tackle-eligible talk. One of the legendary "weaknesses" of the Air Raid offense is redzone scoring. They can run some trick plays where they can make him an eligible receiver at tackle, but they can also bring in another tackle and have him report in as a TE for tough-yardage situations. Can't wait until Nashville!
If he's gonna come in and start though, I hope they can put another 15-20 lbs of "good weight" on him by September. Certainly looks like he has the frame to carry it (and maybe another 15-20 by his Junior year).
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"It's just coach Stoops knows what he's doing more. He's smarter at making better decisions."
how many times are we going to read this. geez.
It's a great feeling when we get a commitment over schools like Fla St, Pitt, etc., rather than some mid-majors.
Was there a quote relative to the 4 star kids he made that you hinted about?
There was, but it wasn't relevant to the story. I plan on catching up to Horton before too long.
I am who I am, said he who is. 15,235
Two roads diverged in a wood, and I, I took the one less traveled by, and it has made all the difference (Frost).
It's easy to get the Impression that Stoops is smarter when he presents himself so much better than Joker. As a behind the scenes guy, Joker blunders quite a bit.
Massive... Gotta do the same on d and we are ready to roll.
Love the enthusiasm! Think the kid needs to put on some weight though.
I bet he never sees a pass his way as a tackle/TE. Sounds like the classic example of "Yeah, kid...that sounds like a good idea and if you want to give it a shot, we'll take a look when practice rolls around." Then by day 2 of practice that idea is tossed to the curb.
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