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Discussion in 'Husker Board' started by rimsnef, Dec 13, 2019.
Big WR from Michigan. There are quite a few big bodied WRs looking for new homes at the moment.
he has a bad case of the drops .. multiple times in their 2 biggest games of the season. PS & OS
Then he'll fit right in. The drops became mandatory starting with Frantz Hardy.
Staff is almost guaranteed to need to take a transfer big WR, they are they at big risk of not getting either of their two big body WRs for the recruiting cycle.
What constitutes a “big bodied” split end? I was thinking 6’2” and 210 pounds.
Highly touted coming in but was really injury prone. Always had a broken bone in his foot somewhere.
Others passed him by. He was a non-factor this season.
Wish him luck.
By somewhere, do you mean his buttpussie?
There's a name I had kinda quietly filed in the back room
Michigan's WR's haven't been very impressive compared to what they were hyped up to be.
I would start the bidding at 6'2 to be considered a big, possession guy, yeah. Type of guy to be able to leap over somebody and go get a 50/50 ball.
Alshon Jeffrey type of dude.
Thanks for the info. Hopefully he gets healthy and is able to catch on somewhere
funny, we got Z Betts and Omar Manning. We landed both. Betts is on the correct path and on par to make it academically and we just landed Omar Manning today (he’s been a silent commit for awhile now and finally made it public). Both of these guys will more then fill that need.