He's a true freshman weighing in at around 179 pounds...in his first real game time, on the road against what might be the best defense in the country. So if he "danced" a little too much I'd say that's a small thing to fix...and something he WILL be coached out of very quickly. On the other hand, he showed some WICKED explosiveness and a shiftiness that even ARob lacks...though at this point Arob is obviously the better overall back. That said, just from the little we saw...I'd say his ceiling is well above Arobs over the course of these next 4 seasons...put 10 pounds of muscle on the kid and a year working on his speed, flexibility, and zone-block reading skills....and we'll have something VERY special on our hands.
He'll learn to not "dance". Cant wait to see what he can do the rest of this year and rest of his time here.
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I like the way he' been getting the ball, I think with he and Arob we've got a couple of dangerous playmakers that we need to find creative ways to get the ball to. I really like it when they're both on the field at the same time......can you say wildcat please!
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