Aaron Horne

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  1. ISUFB

    ISUFB Well-Known Member

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    Aaron Horne - Yahoo! Sports

    sorry about this if it has already been posted.
    But looks like one of Steele's WR signed is LOI on the 14th
     
  2. kcclones

    kcclones Well-Known Member

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    he has already enrolled at isu
     
  3. ISUFB

    ISUFB Well-Known Member

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    I'm assuming so.
     
  4. Tre4ISU

    Tre4ISU Well-Known Member

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    I believe he was at ISU on Tuesday.
     
  5. Istate

    Istate Active Member

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    His time at ISU is certainly going to be interesting to watch. Sometimes these kids who are so unheralded really bust their tail to prove everyone wrong. To be honest with you, I thought he looked better than Jantz after watching his highlight videos. It was the first time I'd seen Jantz throw and was amazed at his lack of arm strength. I know in our offense precision, quick decision making, and quick delivery are more important than hitting deep throws so that must be what Jantz excels at, but I worry about his ability to hit sideline and between the lb's and safety passes.
     
  6. Tre4ISU

    Tre4ISU Well-Known Member

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    Well he had two very good seam throws in that video. The one was a forty yarder he threw on a very low trajectory and hit Horne in stride. The other one was probably 30-35 yards.
     
  7. isuno1fan

    isuno1fan Well-Known Member

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    high risk to give a scholarship to this kid

    hoping for high reward
     
  8. Istate

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    One of those throws was clearly late. I don't remember seeing any lasers, but I can go back and watch it. I'm not saying he can't be successful in Iowa State's system. He's just not strong-armed qb who may have success in this system.
     
  9. ISUFB

    ISUFB Well-Known Member

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    Why do you say that?
     
  10. pyrocyz

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    Because he isn't a Defensive linemen!!!!!!
     
  11. ISUFB

    ISUFB Well-Known Member

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    How Silly of me :swoon:
     
  12. UNIGuy4Cy

    UNIGuy4Cy Well-Known Member

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    Isnt any kid that hasnt played D1 football a risk?
     
  13. BooneCy

    BooneCy Well-Known Member

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    One comment on the arm strength concern. We have had a backup for two years who had big arm strength and could throw the deep ball. He might not be starting.
     
  14. Clones21

    Clones21 Well-Known Member

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    I think Aaron will be just fine. He knows how to get away from his DBs. I don't think we have a WR that knows how to do that tell now.
     
  15. ketelmeister

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    The most critical in the spread is accurate passes. We have room for improvement there.
     

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