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    Player Profile: Sam Richardson (DB)

    More good stuff from Trevor Enerson (yaman3) today. Here is his profile on Sam Richardson (DB).

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    Re: Player Profile: Sam Richardson (DB)

    I think Richardson is more "built" than Reeves. Reeves is more wiry strong, while Richardson seems more like a bowling ball. They do seem very similar in the way that they play. Both have great leaping ability and both don't mind contact.

    Next years corner competition between Lynn, Richardson, Thomas, and Watson should be pretty entertaining. Am I weird if I would rather see Nealy at corner than at RB?



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    Re: Player Profile: Sam Richardson (DB)

    Quote Originally Posted by Yes13 View Post
    I think Richardson is more "built" than Reeves. Reeves is more wiry strong, while Richardson seems more like a bowling ball. They do seem very similar in the way that they play. Both have great leaping ability and both don't mind contact.

    Next years corner competition between Lynn, Richardson, Thomas, and Watson should be pretty entertaining. Am I weird if I would rather see Nealy at corner than at RB?
    I would agree that Richardson is more developed at this point but Reeves is pretty well put together as well.

    IMO, yes, but a lot of you feel that way about him so I may be the weird one. I just think he's so versatile on the offensive end and and with Lynn and Richardson in this class, I don't like moving him over there. Nealy, IMO, is a more talented Lenz type of guy. I like that he has more size than West and Lampkin but yet he is a guy who can make it happen in the open field and I think he's powerful enough to motion into the backfield. That's just my opinion on what he can do offensively. I'm not saying he couldn't be a good defensive back by any means.


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    Re: Player Profile: Sam Richardson (DB)

    I'd say "bait" is an understatement on a couple of those throws. He comes out of nowhere to snag a couple of those picks.

    Once he gets to D1 level he will face some strong armed QBs that will fire the ball in there quicker than high school kids do.


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