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    Quote Originally Posted by IM N GUD H&NZ BEARCAT View Post
    https://bearcatsports.com/news/2019/...ing-class.aspx
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    Quote Originally Posted by lleachieshusband View Post
    But can that WR catch consistently at speed? Can he get separation? And can he run consistent routes? That’s what separates a George Sehl or Randy Schmidt from a Shawn Bane ....


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    Wait. WTF?!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Taxman View Post
    Wait. WTF?!
    OK, to explain:

    Bane has speed. But we’ve also seen cases where he’s dropped some catchable balls and muffed a punt or two.

    Both Sehl and Schmidt (who was pretty darn fast although not as fast as Bane), were more consistent at catching and running routes.

    My point was that speed (and only speed) isn’t everything for a WR ... my prime example here is Jake Soy - he didn’t have Bane’s speed, but he could run his routes, get separation as needed, and he had way better hands.

    Makes sense?




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    Quote Originally Posted by IM N GUD H&NZ BEARCAT View Post
    Holy cow. Is that some kind of record for number of signees?

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    Quote Originally Posted by GrifFan View Post
    The little fl19htcrew facts thing at the top is great stuff.

    The whole thing is nice. Everyone should be sending their SID people to MW to see how they do stuff.

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    Replying to the goofy people (Pitt fans and Southern fans alike) who think Southern's problem is they don't recruit local kids. As if they had all local kids, fans would come out in droves ... Win and nobody cares where they're from.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Predatory Primates View Post
    Holy cow. Is that some kind of record for number of signees?
    Must be.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Predatory Primates View Post
    The little fl19htcrew facts thing at the top is great stuff.

    The whole thing is nice. Everyone should be sending their SID people to MW to see how they do stuff.
    They do good work.

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    Shout out to #CalledToDutyGorillaWarfare
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    Quote Originally Posted by Predatory Primates View Post
    The Lee's Summit North QB was a handful. He's not much of a passer though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Frosty View Post
    Replying to the goofy people (Pitt fans and Southern fans alike) who think Southern's problem is they don't recruit local kids. As if they had all local kids, fans would come out in droves ... Win and nobody cares where they're from.
    True. But you're not winning. So better shop for some local kids that will bring their family and friends to the game!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bearcat97 View Post
    The Lee's Summit North QB was a handful. He's not much of a passer though.
    And that's a problem ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Frosty View Post
    Replying to the goofy people (Pitt fans and Southern fans alike) who think Southern's problem is they don't recruit local kids. As if they had all local kids, fans would come out in droves ... Win and nobody cares where they're from.
    How would you know what it takes to be successful? You are the conf perennial crusty sock.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Frosty View Post
    Replying to the goofy people (Pitt fans and Southern fans alike) who think Southern's problem is they don't recruit local kids. As if they had all local kids, fans would come out in droves ... Win and nobody cares where they're from.
    The funny thing is that when they do recruit local kids, some of the same people will complain about recruiting too many local kids.

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    https://fhsuathletics.com/news/2019/...y-central.aspx

    Seems Brown and Co. Had a similar idea to Wright as far as a need to get bigger in trenches.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lleachieshusband View Post
    OK, to explain:

    Bane has speed. But we’ve also seen cases where he’s dropped some catchable balls and muffed a punt or two.

    Both Sehl and Schmidt (who was pretty darn fast although not as fast as Bane), were more consistent at catching and running routes.

    My point was that speed (and only speed) isn’t everything for a WR ... my prime example here is Jake Soy - he didn’t have Bane’s speed, but he could run his routes, get separation as needed, and he had way better hands.

    Makes sense?




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    Jake Soy had darn good speed and great hands with a good verticle. Jake was smart and knew what wood work with his excellent routes and his work ethic was a inspiring to all the other receivers. He taught my son what it meant to be a Champion!

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