I wanted Da'rick Rogers to be a titan :(. Won't happen unless we get rid of Nate Washington or Da'rick does something stupid(which could happen) which makes him drop enough for the titans to take him in like 3rd,4th or 5th round.
Somebody needs to give some of these guys some food. Bray and Hunter look like stick figures.
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Brilliant letting one of Scott Pioli's henchmen have his own team to ruin. One of the premier GM jobs in the NFL and it gets handed to a stupid **** who makes three facepalm moves for every good one. Awesome. Just like handing a new Mercedes to a 16 year old girl who's already been in three wrecks.
Hunter looks substantially thicker. BRay actually looks ill in that picture, is he actually 215 there? hunter looks bigger than 190 too.
He's not 215 in that picture. He's put on the weight this spring, you can tell from the interviews he's done. And Hunter is listed at 200, but he's said this spring that he's lost a little weight due to his injury.
Can I also join Vol nation, at least just for this year? The Gophers won't be good for awhile, so I have to have someone I can root for that is actually better than terrible. Bray, Hunter, and Rogers are beastly.
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If a girl is sucking me off, and I look down and shes beating off a **** of her own, I am absolutely going to tell her to stop. 100% of the time. Explain that ****.
Here are some notes I took on Bray last season. I'm really looking forward to seeing more of Bray in 2012.
Tyler Bray, Tennessee* (6’5”, 210, 5.15)
• Excellent height and will be one of the tallest NFL quarterbacks
• Throwing motion will not require many adjustments in the NFL
• Does a nice job of stepping into his throws when given time
• Gets great zip on the ball to all areas of the field
• Can fit throws into tight windows if necessary
• Shows the ability to anticipate wide receivers getting open
• Already has lots of experience against SEC defenses
• Has already taken some snaps from under center in college
• Has some escapability in the pocket (especially against outside rush)
• Highly competitive on-field demeanor who plays with confidence
• Needs to add a significant amount of bulk in order to withstand hits
• Many of his throws are based off of predetermined reads (must check down more)
• Can get too aggressive with the ball and needs to throw it away more often
• Inconsistent footwork and looks clumsy or uncoordinated at times
• Could put more touch on the ball while throwing intermediate routes
• Must improve ball security while scrambling (holds the ball away from his body)
• Durability (missed five games with a broken thumb in 2011)
• Admitted to being “lazy” in 2011
Haha. Drew already gave me a shout out for being a big fan of Bray. Let the record show I was on the bandwagon VERY early.
But yeah, there's quite a few interesting prospects on the Vols all of a sudden. Bray obviously highlights them. He really looked like he was ready to take a major step forward last season before the injuries. It's a shame we didn't get to see more of him than we did last year, as it did hurt his value going into this season a tiny bit. He'll have a bit more to prove. I think he's got more than enough talent to do just that. I really like how much of a natural feel he has for timing and ball placement to compliment his arm strength. That's the sort of thing that takes you from being a first round pick to being a top of the draft guy.
He's still got some things to work on though. The biggest criticism I can give him straight away is his footwork. Going back and watching him a little bit, he's really inconsistent as far as stepping into his throws. He's obviously very confident in his arm strength(he should be) but he gets lazy with his feet sometimes, causing the ball to die on him and end up in places he doesn't want it to be. That's a bit of a dangerous trait at the next level. He'll benefit a ton from stepping up more often and just using his legs to get on the ball more in general. I've heard that the Tennessee coaches have been working with him on that, so that will be one of the key things I'm looking to see improvement with this year.
The number one thing for him will just be playing a whole season though. A lot of his issues will just get better with experience. I've heard that he's gotten up to 220 pounds so far, so hopefully he'll be able to add another five by the time the season rolls around. That won't help him with the thumb(you can't really help that anyway), but it should help him stay on the field longer in general and boost his draft stock up a bit right from the get go.
I'm with the rest of you on Justin Hunter too. He's another guy with a really small sample size, but what we have seen so far has been REALLY good. If he can come back healthy, I think he'll be able to assert himself as one of the top draft eligible receivers. It may take some time for him to get his speed and explosiveness back. Those are the two things that may him special to go along with his height, but he's also absolutely phenomenal at tracking the ball when it's in the air. His hands seem pretty good too. So he should be able to produce even if he doesn't have his fastball back yet.
Da'Rick Rogers befitted immensely from Hunter being gone. I saw him as more of a raw run after the catch type guy going into last year, but he made massive strides as an overall receiver with a bigger role. It'll be interesting to see how far he can go this year. He's had an NFL ready body since his freshmen year. I worry about some of the off the field stuff though. Seems to have some maturity issues.