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    Re: Camp Insider: Montgomery progress a good sign for offense

    Quote Originally Posted by Aclone View Post
    I'll have to check to see how the rest of these guys ahead of him panned out:

    https://rivals.yahoo.com/usf/footbal...gs/rank-2888/0
    Im not saying he is the best player on ISU's team, I just don't know of any other player, even Lazard, that had even close to that many offers and to those types of schools.


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    Re: Camp Insider: Montgomery progress a good sign for offense

    i never realized quan was the #70 receiver in the class



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    Re: Camp Insider: Montgomery progress a good sign for offense

    Hope our QB's can get these guys the ball......deep.



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    Re: Camp Insider: Montgomery progress a good sign for offense

    Quote Originally Posted by SHOOTER View Post
    Is D'Vario the most recruited player on this team? If not any ISU team? 30+ offers including Bama, FL, FL ST, Miami, Nebraska, Notre Dame, Oklahoma, TX A&M ect. ect.....
    Don't forget East Carolina! :)



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    Re: Camp Insider: Montgomery progress a good sign for offense

    Ohio State did not think he was good enough for an offer? **** 'em, then.



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    Re: Camp Insider: Montgomery progress a good sign for offense

    Quote Originally Posted by SHOOTER View Post
    Im not saying he is the best player on ISU's team, I just don't know of any other player, even Lazard, that had even close to that many offers and to those types of schools.
    Fair enough--since I was only saying that I was going to check the other guys out. I've only heard of the obvious one (a buddy coached Green-Becjham in junior high), and Stephon Diggs at Maryland.




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    Re: Camp Insider: Montgomery progress a good sign for offense

    Quote Originally Posted by SHOOTER View Post
    Hope our QB's can get these guys the ball......deep.
    Hope our OL can give our QB's more than 2 seconds to allow them to throw it deep. Even with a 4.4 forty yard dash time, at 2 seconds, the receiver is only 20 yards downfield.


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    Re: Camp Insider: Montgomery progress a good sign for offense

    Sam sure got the ball to D'Vario in high school. Does that matter? I think a ton as the decisions on starting qb is considered.



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    Re: Camp Insider: Montgomery progress a good sign for offense

    Quote Originally Posted by JohnParker View Post
    Sam sure got the ball to D'Vario in high school. Does that matter? I think a ton as the decisions on starting qb is considered.
    Here are his stats from Winter Park High School in the last 2 years there: "tallied 96 catches for 1,662 yards and 21 TDs over his final two seasons".

    SR was also the main reason he decided to transfer to ISU. I say let them play together and see if they still got it.



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    Re: Camp Insider: Montgomery progress a good sign for offense

    Quote Originally Posted by DuckDynastyCy View Post
    Hope our OL can give our QB's more than 2 seconds to allow them to throw it deep. Even with a 4.4 forty yard dash time, at 2 seconds, the receiver is only 20 yards downfield.
    Hey - with Bundrage, Montgomery and Lazard in the game at the same time, all any QB has to do is toss the ball high into the air!



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    Re: Camp Insider: Montgomery progress a good sign for offense

    Quote Originally Posted by BirdDog View Post
    Hey - with Bundrage, Montgomery and Lazard in the game at the same time, all any QB has to do is toss the ball high into the air!
    Add Bibbs and West and run 5 verticals every play.



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    Re: Camp Insider: Montgomery progress a good sign for offense

    Quote Originally Posted by DuckDynastyCy View Post
    Hope our OL can give our QB's more than 2 seconds to allow them to throw it deep. Even with a 4.4 forty yard dash time, at 2 seconds, the receiver is only 20 yards downfield.
    Bret Meyer use to roll out right to pass to Blythe to buy time. We failed to do this much last year. We were just squashed in a collapsing pocket.


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    Re: Camp Insider: Montgomery progress a good sign for offense

    Quote Originally Posted by Wesley View Post
    Bret Meyer use to roll out right to pass to Blythe to buy time. We failed to do this much last year. We were just squashed in a collapsing pocket.
    Probably because it was squashed before the QB even had a chance to think about rolling out.




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    Re: Camp Insider: Montgomery progress a good sign for offense

    Quote Originally Posted by Aclone View Post
    Probably because it was squashed before the QB even had a chance to think about rolling out.
    That will happen when the defense knows it can defend your entire offense by bringing pressure.



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    Re: Camp Insider: Montgomery progress a good sign for offense

    Montgomery burned Tribune on one of the cyclones.tv practice videos. It was pretty much a triple move, though, and not real likely to transfer to game day that well.



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