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I don't know what's in the tea you're drinking, but give me some of that....
Not to mention the fact that there's that old axiom - "The farther away you are from the ball on the LOS, the easier it is to play early."
Fact of the matter is, for extremely talented skill players/DBs, you can often come in and be incredibly successful as a true freshman. Not so for linemen on either side, LBs, TEs, QBs. We see this all the time with players like Amari Cooper, TJ Yeldon, Todd Gurley, Stefon Diggs and Keith Marshall.
I'd much rather build the foundations first and build out from there, because all of these teams with successful freshmen have built out from the inside. A successful team will have that older core and plug in the playmaking freshmen at the positions farthest from the ball on the LOS.
What the hell do we need WR's for when we're running the ball down people's throat. Nevada doesn't need WR's
"Those Who Stay...Will be Champions"
Sorry to break the news to you, but you've been Kurelic'd.
Exactly. And he's only about 6'. He might be a very good slot receiver eventually, but he will never be an elite wideout which is what we need.
This post was edited by MrWoodson 15 months ago
“Those who stay will be champions”
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I agree with you. I am most excited about him out of the three WR we got.
I agree with you Huburt that your biggest need is OL. I think in 2014 you will get them. I also think that we will do much better signing WR in 2014 and beyond. Once recruits see the new offense and Gallon putting up big numbers we will start seeing WR recruiting pick up.
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