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    i read today in the usa today that they believe that smu could be a real good team in the conference usa and have the most explosive offence..how do you scout the willis kid..can he be a good nfl player..who else on that team could be really good as well??

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    Originally posted by HinesWardJr View Post
    i read today in the usa today that they believe that smu could be a real good team in the conference usa and have the most explosive offence..how do you scout the willis kid..can he be a good nfl player..who else on that team could be really good as well??
    Willis is very small for a QB. He's like 6'1 210 if i'm not mistaken and he's not a the fastest guy.

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    • #3
      Considering he's only a sophmore i would say yes



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      • #4
        Eh,

        Maybe Brandon Jones with a great post season or Cedrick Dorsey if he can be a bowling ball like MJD or Nate Ilaoa...

        Kenard Burley at OG and Reggie Carrington at ILB are their most likely draftable or UDFA prospects.

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        • #5
          I was wondering this too. My friend used them against me in NCAA, i stomped him but he did better than usual


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          • #6
            i dunno... the pats surprisingly drafted justin rogers and he's turning out to be a player so it plausible that they could have some prospects coming down... i have a friend that goes there and he thinks they might be able to legitimately compete a few years down the road so i'll take that for what its worth.
            Let's get it done Spaziani.

            Belichick might be an a-hole... but I'd rather have an a-hole that wins than one that doesn't.

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            • #7
              SMU has never been the same since the death penalty the NCAA handed down in the late 1980's.

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              • #8
                Justin Willis hasn't started his sophomore season too well. 15-33 138 yards and 2 INTs against a Texas tech defense not known to be all that tough

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