Trevor Hodge vs Darius Lee Campbell

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  1. cyclones4lyfe

    cyclones4lyfe Member

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    I apologize if this has already been discussed but I was very excited when Hodge committed last year but it seems there is more general excitement for DLK. Can we discuss the two qbs assuming we continue to run the read option and pistol formations.
     
  2. Wesley

    Wesley Well-Known Member

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    GR better crank it up.
     
  3. Stewo

    Stewo Well-Known Member

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    I don't think either pose an immediate threat to Grant.
     
  4. 501Clone

    501Clone Active Member

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    It's funny with all the talk about Klenakis becoming the OC and then DLC committs right after. To me, DLC looks just like Colin Kaepernick but obviously way skinnier. Could be the perfect QB if in fact Klenakis is hired.
     
  5. cyclones4lyfe

    cyclones4lyfe Member

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    when i watch the high light films i think hodge looks every bit as good as DLK..... maybe im missing something both obviously have alot of improving to do throwing the ball but both can clearly run. TH looks more like a one cut guy i think DLK can make multiple cuts... very shifty
     
  6. stateofmind

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    #7 stateofmind, Dec 10, 2013
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    How can one be skinnier than Colin? Skinny-Arnold-Schwarzenegger--20972.jpg
    Hopefully this doesn't upset the appearance-sensitive police from the look-alike thread. From Kaepernick's wiki-page, "Kaepernick achieved most of his accolades in high school as a baseball pitcher and received several scholarship offers in that sport,[SUP][1][/SUP] yet he desperately wanted to play football in college. He was almost 6' 5" as a senior, but he only weighed 170 pounds (77 kg)"
     
  7. ThatllDoCy

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    If we get a QB who can run our Offense will be much more effective as it has been run so far.
     
  8. tivo2224

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    Nick Marshall anyone???
     
  9. Psiclone

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    My thoughts exactly. DLK also looks a bit faster, but that could be illusory because of the competition.
     
  10. Peter

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    DLC looks like a faster Austin Arnaud. Runs over a lot of people.
     
  11. rholtgraves

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    DLC looks like Cam Newton but better
     
  12. NickTheGreat

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    Hodge is like Elway/Montana and DLC is a Marino/Farve combo. Win/win situation :jimlad:
     
  13. NATEizKING

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    DLK was a Hawk. Downloadable Content is a Clone.

    We won't see him for at least a couple years no matter what happens. He already weighs 20lbs. more than Hodge.
     
  14. kberyldial

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    Raise your hand if you've seen both of them play in person
     
  15. Aclone

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    How do you know that?

    Hodge was listed at 6'2" 190 by Rivals, so there's no way to know what DLC's size really is. Not until the Fall roster comes out, anyway.
     
  16. BallSoHard4Cy

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    1.) Grant (for obvious reasons)
    2.) Sam (experience)
    3.) Joel (watched in HS, powerful arm, power runner)
    4.) Hodge (never seen play, heard about switching positions when he committed)
    5.) DLC (freshman, they usually redshirt)

    i would say say this is the depth chart heading into spring. Although 1-4 could all see the field, and if he's too good to redshirt, 1-5.
     
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    #19 bigsag, Dec 10, 2013
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    Heard some similar comments last year when Hodge signed with Iowa State. Trevor's team had 5 Division I players on it. Do you know of any Iowa high school teams that put out 5 Division I players. His high school (Citrus Hill) has a student enrollment of 2500 students (3 grades). It's a big school.......

    Also, Trevor Hodge's head coach, at Citrus Hill, is an ex-NFL player.
     
  19. no2cyclones

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    Can we PLEASE stop with the "DLK"? The last portion of his last name begins with a "C." Where this "K" is coming from is beyond me...
     

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