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Discussion in 'Husker Board' started by HBK4life, Apr 14, 2019.
Just checked again to make sure.
You are wrong.
Iowa still sucks.
Disagree. Stan is a playmaker. Stan had a hell of a combine. Stan’s question mark when you watch his game tape is his hands and not really his hands as much as his head. Stan has 3 1/2 years of game tape showing drops on easy balls.
And ever since Heyward-Bey busted in Oakland, it’s been a hell of a red flag when guys drop easy balls. Coaches use to believe, we can fix that. But the problem is it’s not a physical issue, it’s mental. And honestly that can be almost impossible to fix. But in my opinion, Stan really cleaned up the drops at the end of the year but his past will still haunt him until he proves to the NFL he won’t make stupid mental errors on the field. the NFL requires consistency on every play.
Stanley's 4.58 40 at the combine, along with some easy drops, certainly didn't help him. Don't get me wrong, love him as a husker, but when you compare him to Bey, who had 4.29 speed, that is why he was selected so high, and as a Raider fan, I was pissed.
Stanley’s worst run was 4.58. His best was 4.53 which matched N’Keal Herry’s best time @ 4.53, who was the #2 player take at W/O, a first rounder. Stanley had a top 25 40 time for W/O and over 25 W/O were selected
Scouts do not seem to have regarded him as "a playmaker."
Doesn't offer anything special as an athlete
Burst out of his breaks is average
Routes will drift on him
Plays fast but doesn't feature getaway speed
Missing second gear to run under deep throws
Benefited from favorable route combinations
Cornerbacks likely to squat on underneath work
Has to prove he can uncover against twitchy defenders.
Sources Tell Us
"He's draftable but just a guy for me. I think you can find those guys anywhere. If he finds the right situation he might play for awhile." -- Area scout for NFC team