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The Boys are doing well at the All Star competitions....
The kid has all the physical tools you could want in a player his size. The key is for him to show some toughness when he hits the practice field. I suspect he's a kid that Miles will really try to challenge in the Big Cat Drill this year.
This will be interesting to see. He really has some lower body size to him. I think if he is matched with guys similar in stature, he can hold his own. Definitely something to look forward to when he hits the practice field.
"You can learn more character on the two-yard line than anywhere else in life." - Former LSU Coach and AD Paul Dietzel
Looks like the Competition will be aired at 8pm on ESPN2. Nice to have a full segment devoted to this, and have an LSU boy win it; of course, the Sugar Bowl is on.....ESPN
Silver lining...Louisville is playing in the Sugar Bowl.
He's alot more physical in his clips, this year.
It is hard not to get excited about a bigger Trindon Holliday and the fastest high school football player in the nation!
I hope the staff gives him a shot at playing on offense...get the ball into his hands several times a game
Got to think he'll be a return man. A slash-type back, with us going bare this year at RB, would be my choice...I think he would be a decent cb, but just think White and Robinson will be better, there...
I wasn't able to access the skills competition because I'm in Japan. Can someone give a good recap on how he did and the standout performers?
I think the staff needs to get the ball in his hands. I really hope he fills a scat back/slot WR role for LSU. Maybe not signing a RB this year means that he will get the opportunity to go that route.
"That was Death Valley. It's where opponent's dreams come to die." - Miles
I feel he will be utilized much like sproles is utilized in new Orleans offense. a handful of carries withshort or intermediate routes in space sprinkled in and occasional screen passes. they will make you have to pay attention to him and when he is in force you to put a db on him instead of a linebacker.
We need guys like this on offense because we were lacking in big play speed guys this year
I see Brazil as a very similar prospect to Skyler Green. With his speed, and the quality of CB's we're bringing in like White, Robinson, Jefferson and, hopefully, Priest Willis, I'd like to see LSU use Brazil on offense. I just hope, if we do, that we have someone who understands how to use a speed asset on offense.
it was 10 catches from jugs machine and obstacle course
2nd best time was VH3 from Gators
Thanks. Was it a close race?
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