Kenneth Lynn makes me feel great about the secondary going forward
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    Kenneth Lynn makes me feel great about the secondary going forward

    Still have a ton of questions at safety next year, but Kenneth Lynn looked great last night in limited action. Has all the physical tools, great instincts, and decent size for a CB. He and Watson could be a special tandem next year.



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    Re: Kenneth Lynn makes me feel great about the secondary going forward

    I think the starters at CB next year will clearly be Watson and Richardson. But yes, Lynn looks promising too.

    At safety, did anyone notice if Brackens got much playing time last night? I've been waiting for him to shine because he seems like he could be an All Big 12 type of safety IMO.



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    Re: Kenneth Lynn makes me feel great about the secondary going forward

    Washington is back next year & Brackens is practically on every special team & will slide in like J George did at LB. Broomfield will likely play there too, but someone would have to fill in at the hybrid when we go that route - CJ Morgan, unless he moves in at LB


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