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    Trevor Hodge - Senior Highlights

    Linked is Hudl's video of Trevor Hodge's Senior Highlights.

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    Re: Trevor Hodge - Senior Highlights

    Kid has great wheels for being 6'2".
    I trust that #7 is the receiver we missed on?











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    Re: Trevor Hodge - Senior Highlights

    Quote Originally Posted by Cyclonic1 View Post
    Kid has great wheels for being 6'2".
    I trust that #7 is the receiver we missed on?
    I'm guessing that he is this guy

    KJ Young - Yahoo! Sports

    We went after him late, but its hard to compete with Oklahoma, although we did keep Bibbs from going to the Sooners


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    Re: Trevor Hodge - Senior Highlights

    The next Seneca



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    Re: Trevor Hodge - Senior Highlights

    Quote Originally Posted by MJ271 View Post
    I'm guessing that he is this guy

    KJ Young - Yahoo! Sports

    We went after him late, but its hard to compete with Oklahoma, although we did keep Bibbs from going to the Sooners
    I can now confirm that KJ Young is number 7


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    Re: Trevor Hodge - Senior Highlights

    His high school tape looks better than both Rohach and Richardson IMO. So I guess we have to wait one more year for our savior at quarterback.



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    Re: Trevor Hodge - Senior Highlights

    Quote Originally Posted by Luth4Cy View Post
    His high school tape looks better than both Rohach and Richardson IMO. So I guess we have to wait one more year for our savior at quarterback.
    don't we always.



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    Quote Originally Posted by kilroy View Post
    don't we always.
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    Re: Trevor Hodge - Senior Highlights

    Quote Originally Posted by Luth4Cy View Post
    His high school tape looks better than both Rohach and Richardson IMO. So I guess we have to wait one more year for our savior at quarterback.
    the qb situation will be better next year than it was this year imo. however, i've been saying all along that hodge will be the guy, if not as a rs freshman, then as a rs soph. he reminds me of the kind of kid who, while he takes his licks as he learns the system, won't lose his swag. he just seems to know he's gonna win and with the tools he has, he's only gonna get better and better.



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    Re: Trevor Hodge - Senior Highlights

    KJ Young looked really good. That kid catches everything. Trevor Hodge looks to have the tools to be a good QB.



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    Re: Trevor Hodge - Senior Highlights

    He looks like a playmaker. That is what we need.



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    Re: Trevor Hodge - Senior Highlights

    I liked the square in with the deep corner route behind it from the inside receiver. looked like an easy read for the qb to pick from either of the two receivers.


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    Re: Trevor Hodge - Senior Highlights

    Quote Originally Posted by Luth4Cy View Post
    His high school tape looks better than both Rohach and Richardson IMO. So I guess we have to wait one more year for our savior at quarterback.
    That's just what these are tho, highlight films. Where highlight films do show what the athlete is capable of, they do not show the boneheaded plays they make, it does not mean they will make these outstanding plays all day every day, and we don't know what kind of competition he's making these awesome plays against. The speed difference from the high school level to the college level is ridiculous and that's one thing Rohach and Richardson have going for them that Hodge doesn't, they're already getting acclimated to the speed of the game. So yeah, highlight films are great to see what they're capable of, but take them with a grain of salt.



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    Re: Trevor Hodge - Senior Highlights

    Your advice to take highlights with a grain of salt is always true. However, with these Hudl highlights, you can skip the "Senior Highlights" and go down and watch all of TH's single game highlights. I would recommend doing this. There are alot more plays to watch that way. The viewer can see what types of throws TH can make. How well he scans the field. Is he able to put the ball into a tight window.
    Another way to gauge whether highlights are representative, or not, is to pair them up with stats. Trevor Hodge completed 66% of his passes, for 2934 yards, had 259 attempts, with only 5 interceptions. He rushed for nearly 1400 yards. There are four future D1 players on his team. The division Citrus Hill plays in puts a fairly large number of D! players. His high school has an enrollment of approximately 2500 students. Trevor Hodge was recently named third team California All-State.

    I think that video, combined with his stats, do warrant classifying Trevor Hodge as a high school QB with very good potential to do well in college.



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    Re: Trevor Hodge - Senior Highlights

    I notice that their offense is almost exclusively out of the pistol formation. Me likey!



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