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Give me Wu part two here
Leave it to Dale to read a story and twist it in a way that confirms his opinions!Dale, are you basing what you're saying on something else other than the ISD article, because the article really doesn't speculate that is the case. If anything, Hillman's quote about what Freeman said to him sounds like they're wanting him to take his time.
As for what position they're bringing him in at, I don't understand the hand wringing. He could probably help in a multitude of areas, starting with special teams as an underclassman. He can ball a bit. Sign him and figure it out.
Yeah but under Kelly he never let guys play both ways
So the 247 link is behind a paywall and I'm assuming that's where the info comes from?I posted two links
Someone the other day posted how “our WRs play like DBs and our DBs play like WRs” and it’s a cute line, but positional flexibility has saved our bacon w/regard to depth chart numerous times. Davis, Hart, Watts, etc. Very different than actually playing both ways at the same time.There is a reason two-way football players die out after high school and after the 1960s.
It's good to take athletes that could project to multiple positions in college, as positional flexibility can help with depth concerns. But I'd take in an athlete and develop him to be the best Safety possible, if that role for that player will give in return his highest level of play. I wouldn't worry about trying to make my starting safety the starting wide receiver, too.
BK was right in his choices.
What position do we think he projects best at?
His offers started pouring in at safety when he finally became open to it.Still think this guy is an offensive weapon. Could easily play db, but i think he's a new age Kordell Stewart.
Was he?Kordell was a very good QB that played for Colorado back in the day……