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    Re: Army's 283-pound wide receiver

    But does he run a 4.3 40 like the 6'10" 300lb receiver I created NCAA '05?


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    Re: Army's 283-pound wide receiver

    I dig the half inch vertical he's showing off in the pic!


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    Re: Army's 283-pound wide receiver

    If he's such a stud, why is wee-man picking him off?



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    Re: Army's 283-pound wide receiver

    In other words, they have a tight end playing wide receiver. Interesting idea, I'm sure other coaches have thought of it. One reason I can think of for not doing it, is that somebody that big would be useful for blocking, and a guy can't block much if he's playing WR.



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    Re: Army's 283-pound wide receiver

    I'd be willing to bet that just about all of our d-backs can jump just as high as this dude. 6-10 plus a 10-inch vertical isn't all that impressive.



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    Re: Army's 283-pound wide receiver

    Memphis has a 6'8" true WR. This guy is just a tight end they throw touchdown passes too. I'm not worried about him.


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    Re: Army's 283-pound wide receiver

    TIGHT END, 6'10" TIGHT END

    He mostly blocks as a 3rd tackle, where are you fair weather fans prior to game week?


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    Re: Army's 283-pound wide receiver

    Quote Originally Posted by Cy Hard View Post
    I dig the half inch vertical he's showing off in the pic!

    Jumping would seem silly for him considering where the ball is.



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    Re: Army's 283-pound wide receiver

    Quote Originally Posted by CycoCyclone View Post
    where are you fair weather fans prior to game week?
    wtf are you talking about?



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    Re: Army's 283-pound wide receiver

    Quote Originally Posted by CylentButDeadly View Post
    But does he run a 4.3 40 like the 6'10" 300lb receiver I created NCAA '05?
    Ha!



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    Re: Army's 283-pound wide receiver

    Quote Originally Posted by CylentButDeadly View Post
    But does he run a 4.3 40 like the 6'10" 300lb receiver I created NCAA '05?
    Reminds me of my 5'6" 350lb Punter who runs a 4.3.



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    Re: Army's 283-pound wide receiver

    Quote Originally Posted by clones_jer View Post
    wtf are you talking about?
    I'm guessing he's talking about the fact that there has been a thread about this guy at least once a week for a month or so.



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    Re: Army's 283-pound wide receiver

    Quote Originally Posted by Cyclone42 View Post
    In other words, they have a tight end playing wide receiver. Interesting idea, I'm sure other coaches have thought of it. One reason I can think of for not doing it, is that somebody that big would be useful for blocking, and a guy can't block much if he's playing WR.
    Have you ever heard of the triple option offense? The one where one of the primary tasks of the WRs is to block?

    Also, he's not a TE playing WR, he's a LT playing WR.



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    Re: Army's 283-pound wide receiver

    THIS IS THE 3RD TIME THIS WAS POSTED


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