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We have been able to watch all of the first two practices and have the following thoughts on what we have seen from the offense:
It's been nice to see
Deshaun WatsonDeshaun Watson
#4 6-2, 205
View Full Profile back out there at full strength. He is an amazing athlete and might be the best quarterback in the country. With that said, Watson has shown a slight rust in each of the first two days. Maybe it's our high level of expectations. Whenever he misses a throw, we are shocked. It's not like he has been off by a lot, and we have to remember he hasn't been in an official practice since November. Maybe we should have expected some rust, but hey, it's Deshaun Watson, a guy that we get shocked over a bad throw.
The back-ups have had ups and downs.
Nick SchuesslerNick Schuessler
RS Jr. Quarterback
#12 6-3, 195
View Full Profile has had some turnover issues. I thought he looked great in the spring, but the first two practices have reiterated the importance of keeping Watson healthy.
Kelly BryantKelly Bryant
#2 6-4, 205
Calhoun Falls, SC
View Full Profile is making strides. Often he looks more comfortable in the passing game. Sometimes he rips off a beautiful pass. However, there is inconsistency. Occasionally, he makes a big mistake.
It's hard to evaluate running backs in shorts, but
Wayne GallmanWayne Gallman
RS So. Running Back
#9 6-1, 205
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Tyshon DyeTyshon Dye
RS So. Running Back
#22 5-11, 215
View Full Profile is coming off a bad injury for his position. An Achilles is difficult to overcome, but Dye looks much better than a season ago. He is the most natural running back in my opinion. He has the best vision and best forward lean, but can he stay healthy and stay at full speed?
CJ Davidson might be the most athletic back if he can hold onto the football.
CJ Fuller has looked good in the first two days. I think he is the kind of back that will look better with pads because he excels between the tackles.
This is the best unit on the team.
Mike WilliamsMike Williams
Jr. Wide Receiver
#7 6-4, 210
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Ray Ray McCloud has had two very strong days. He looks smooth entering and exiting cuts. He accelerates coming out of his cuts. I think he can be a terrific punt returner. I also see the staff using him in a lot of different ways this season. McCloud is a five star without a doubt.
Deon CainDeon Cain
Fr. Wide Receiver
#8 6-1, 190
View Full Profile has had ups and downs. Tuesday was good, but Wednesday was much better. He is taller than I thought. He also has a special skill set. Wednesday he made one of the finest catches you will see. It was exactly like A.J. Green's famous one-hand catch.
Trevion ThompsonTrevion Thompson
RS Fr. Wide Receiver
#1 6-2, 195
View Full Profile has been as good as any receiver in camp. He has made the spectacular catch and the routine one. He reminds me of Martavis BryantMartavis Bryant
Wide Receiver (2011 - 2013)
#1 6-5, 200
Calhoun Falls, SC
View Full Profile . He may not be quite as fast, but has some of the same skill set.
Germone Hooper looks great about 70% of the time. The other 30% has been the issue for a couple of seasons.
Stanton SeckingerStanton Seckinger
Gr. Tight End
#81 6-5, 240
Isle of Palms, SC
View Full Profile and Jordan LeggettJordan Leggett
Jr. Tight End
#16 6-5, 250
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RS Fr. Tight End
#84 6-4, 240
View Full Profile is a huge tight end who runs well for his size. Garrett WilliamsGarrett Williams
Fr. Tight End
#44 6-4, 225
View Full Profile has a great future ahead of him. The staff likes his potential.
After two days, I like the athleticism but have concerns about size and toughness. It's hard to tell without pads, but they move well. I still want to see
Joe GoreJoe Gore
RS Sr. Offensive Tackle
#73 6-5, 290
Lake Waccamaw, NC
View Full Profile when he faces adversity. Mitch HyattMitch Hyatt
Fr. Offensive Line
#75 6-6, 270
Sugar Hill, GA
View Full Profile is technically sound, but I worry about his strength a little. I think the interior guys are pretty solid. Tyrone CrowderTyrone Crowder
RS So. Offensive Guard
#55 6-2, 330
View Full Profile , Eric MacLain and Ryan NortonRyan Norton
RS Sr. Offensive Line
#58 6-3, 285
View Full Profile are more experienced than the tackles. The young linemen look great, but inexperience is a major concern with players like Maverick MorrisMaverick Morris
RS So. Offensive Line
#69 6-4, 295
View Full Profile , Justin FalcinelliJustin Falcinelli
RS Fr. Offensive Tackle
#50 6-3, 305
View Full Profile , Noah GreenNoah Green
Fr. Offensive Line
#71 6-5, 275
Boiling Springs, SC
View Full Profile , Jake FruhmorgenJake Fruhmorgen
Fr. Offensive Line
#63 6-5, 285
View Full Profile and Zack Giella.
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#71 6-5, 275
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#27 5-11, 215
St. George, SC
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