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Re: 2019 in-state class
« Reply #100 on: August 16, 2017, 03:37:47 pm »

Name a college qb that would have been just as good at Vandy as they were their school that didn't have some success in the NFL.

Lamar's 2nd season as a starter, his completion percentrage improved from 54.7 to 56.2%. He isn't even threatening to hit 60% completion. Look at the game log for the past season. Padded stats against bad teams, did poorly against good teams. He has a very strong arm for sure. However, a strong arm doesn't make somebody a good passer. You need consistency and accuracy which is something that Jackson still doesn't have after 25 starts.

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Re: 2019 in-state class
« Reply #104 on: August 30, 2017, 09:39:16 am »

Justice Hill is the best player in this class
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Re: 2019 in-state class
« Reply #105 on: September 05, 2017, 08:48:09 am »

Name a college qb that would have been just as good at Vandy as they were their school that didn't have some success in the NFL.

Lamar's 2nd season as a starter, his completion percentrage improved from 54.7 to 56.2%. He isn't even threatening to hit 60% completion. Look at the game log for the past season. Padded stats against bad teams, did poorly against good teams. He has a very strong arm for sure. However, a strong arm doesn't make somebody a good passer. You need consistency and accuracy which is something that Jackson still doesn't have after 25 starts.

This thread makes my head hurt.

Had went for 450 combined vs Clemson and 350 vs FSU. Are those bad teams? He also completed 65% of his passes, Saturday.

Mallett has not had a better NFL career than Tebow. How many playoff games has Mallett started? Tebow would still be in the league, if there wasn't  a circus following him everywhere.

When was the last time a team beat Alabama, what you have to do to win the SEC, without a running threat at QB?
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Re: 2019 in-state class
« Reply #107 on: September 07, 2017, 06:50:36 pm »

This thread makes my head hurt.

Had went for 450 combined vs Clemson and 350 vs FSU. Are those bad teams? He also completed 65% of his passes, Saturday.

Mallett has not had a better NFL career than Tebow. How many playoff games has Mallett started? Tebow would still be in the league, if there wasn't  a circus following him everywhere.

When was the last time a team beat Alabama, what you have to do to win the SEC, without a running threat at QB?

Clemson defense didn't slow too many people down last season. He averaged almost 400 yards per game. So, yeah, he did poorly with his yards against the likes of FSU, and especially Houston and then LSU.

Your statement on Tebow's NFL success shows just how little you know about qb play in the NFL. Not even worth spending the time to prove you wrong there.

The answer to your question depends on how much a person has to be a threat. Bo Wallace did it and he ran a 5.09 forty at his pro day, but still managed some success running the ball. Stephen Garcia was the last to beat Bama without having any running impact.

Based on LJ's past, he is much, much better suited for WR in the NFL than QB. Think of a Terrel Pryor or Matt Jones but smaller. Pryor tried to play QB in the NFL without success, and switched to receiver and has had pretty good success so far. Jackson's passing to date is not going to land him a starting gig in the NFL save for a team that is desperate, and then, not for very long. I watched a decent portion of his game last week vs purdue and so far, I stand by that. Guy has an absolute rocket for an arm and can sling it with the best of them and no question he has NFL level athleticism. However, his decision making was not good, he struggled to use touch, and he showed very inconsistent accuracy.

With the push for athletic qb's in the NFL, I have no doubt some team would give him a shot, particularly if he improves. He's certainly a better passer than the Marshall kid from Auburn who transitioned to CB. However, passing is king and his passing ability is lacking.
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Re: 2019 in-state class
« Reply #108 on: September 09, 2017, 06:15:16 am »

Clemson defense didn't slow too many people down last season. He averaged almost 400 yards per game. So, yeah, he did poorly with his yards against the likes of FSU, and especially Houston and then LSU.

Your statement on Tebow's NFL success shows just how little you know about qb play in the NFL. Not even worth spending the time to prove you wrong there.

The answer to your question depends on how much a person has to be a threat. Bo Wallace did it and he ran a 5.09 forty at his pro day, but still managed some success running the ball. Stephen Garcia was the last to beat Bama without having any running impact.

Based on LJ's past, he is much, much better suited for WR in the NFL than QB. Think of a Terrel Pryor or Matt Jones but smaller. Pryor tried to play QB in the NFL without success, and switched to receiver and has had pretty good success so far. Jackson's passing to date is not going to land him a starting gig in the NFL save for a team that is desperate, and then, not for very long. I watched a decent portion of his game last week vs purdue and so far, I stand by that. Guy has an absolute rocket for an arm and can sling it with the best of them and no question he has NFL level athleticism. However, his decision making was not good, he struggled to use touch, and he showed very inconsistent accuracy.

With the push for athletic qb's in the NFL, I have no doubt some team would give him a shot, particularly if he improves. He's certainly a better passer than the Marshall kid from Auburn who transitioned to CB. However, passing is king and his passing ability is lacking.

I'll conceede LJ is probably a NFL WR, but to say he preformed "poorly" vs FSU is just idiotic.

Its because you can't make a comparison. A career backup vs a guy who has led a team to the playoffs. I'm not arguing Tebow has more skills than Mallett, but he absolutely had a better career.
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Re: 2019 in-state class
« Reply #109 on: September 09, 2017, 07:07:07 am »

 SEC Country Arkansas‏ @SECCountryHogs 22h22 hours ago

Arkansas’ list of recruiting visitors for Saturday vs. TCU  #WPS http://sec.news/2gOi3Yh
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Re: 2019 in-state class
« Reply #110 on: September 11, 2017, 04:43:11 am »

 Richard Davenport‏ @ArRecruitingGuy 10h10 hours ago

2019 WR Jackson gives Bentonville West dynamic playmaker: Bentonville West junior wide receiver Jadon Jackson (6-1,… http://dlvr.it/Pm7PFJ
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Re: 2019 in-state class
« Reply #111 on: September 14, 2017, 11:32:30 am »

Burks is a future nfl wideout.  That man can be a star at arkansas.  pair him with gerry or connor.  If that happens it's on.  as they say on the hill.   
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Re: 2019 in-state class
« Reply #112 on: September 15, 2017, 04:31:38 am »

 SEC Country Arkansas‏ @SECCountryHogs 13h13 hours ago

Arkansas recruiting mailbag: Analyzing the 2019 class and commits visiting elsewhere  #WPS http://sec.news/2eYtv31
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Re: 2019 in-state class
« Reply #113 on: September 19, 2017, 05:52:07 am »

 Richard Davenport‏ @ArRecruitingGuy Sep 17

2019 #Hog TE target @hudsonhenry84 had 6 receptions for 73 yards and a TD for @PABruinFootball Fri.
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Re: 2019 in-state class
« Reply #114 on: September 19, 2017, 12:47:38 pm »

Here is a good list of 2019 in-state players

http://www.arkansasnextlevel.com/ar-next-level-2019-watch-list/

They do a good job of player stats for the week. This is from week 3, it is broke down by classes.

http://www.arkansasnextlevel.com/week-3-tip-top-fitness-top-performers-of-the-week/



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Re: 2019 in-state class
« Reply #115 on: October 07, 2017, 10:33:42 am »

Burks had 5tds last night
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Re: 2019 in-state class
« Reply #116 on: October 07, 2017, 01:43:29 pm »

Oregon has offered Burks
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Re: 2019 in-state class
« Reply #117 on: October 07, 2017, 02:35:05 pm »

Oregon has offered Burks

May be the best player to come out of Warren.

Size. Speed. Hands. Plays mean on defense.

Refs had to call a personal foul on him last night because he manhandled some poor Dumas kid.
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Re: 2019 in-state class
« Reply #118 on: October 08, 2017, 05:20:43 pm »

Has an Arkansas high school player ever scored a rushing td, passing td, pick 6 td, and a punt return td before?  I would think that is a very rare combination.
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Re: 2019 in-state class
« Reply #119 on: October 09, 2017, 07:39:12 pm »

Burks got an OK St offer today.  List keeps growing......
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Re: 2019 in-state class
« Reply #120 on: October 10, 2017, 08:30:16 am »

He will be offered by everyone when its all said and done... He is an NFL talent
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Re: 2019 in-state class
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Re: 2019 in-state class
« Reply #123 on: October 13, 2017, 05:57:45 am »

 SEC Country Arkansas‏ @SECCountryHogs 21h21 hours ago

Arkansas 4-star TE target Hudson Henry expresses concern over Bret Bielema’s job security  #WPS http://sec.news/2wR8j6E
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