|Monday, April 13, 2015, 9:18 AM- -|
Saturday was a great day in Death Valley. The crowd was incredible. The recruits loved it. The weather was perfect.
Tomorrow I will touch on the defense and special teams, but today I wanted get into some offensive notes.
Nick SchuesslerNick Schuessler
RS Jr. Quarterback
#12 6-3, 195
View Full Profile looked good early. He looks like he understands the offense better than the freshmen. He may be able to get you through a game or two in case of injury. He looks like the backup.
Tucker IsraelTucker Israel
#10 5-11, 190
View Full Profile showed some bright spots, but I really do worry about his size. It will be interesting to see what adjustments he makes to compensate at this level.
Kelly BryantKelly Bryant
#2 6-4, 205
Calhoun Falls, SC
View Full Profile got off to a slow start and looked like he was overwhelmed. However, as the game went on he improved. We saw some of his upside as he felt more comfortable. Also the game rules where you can't hit the quarterback hurt Bryant because he would be more effective without the quick whistle. I think we saw glimpses of his potential.
The running backs were a bright spot.
Wayne GallmanWayne Gallman
RS So. Running Back
#9 6-1, 205
View Full Profile looked good in a limited role. He is the clear number one. I thought Tyshon DyeTyshon Dye
RS So. Running Back
#22 5-11, 215
View Full Profile looked the most comfortable yet. He looked healthy and showed power. CJ Fuller ran hard. CJ Davidson has a couple of big gains. Zac BrooksZac Brooks
Running Back (2012 - 2015)
#24 6-0, 200
View Full Profile had a nice run, but he was not as effective as the other backs.
The wide outs dazzled.
Mike WilliamsMike Williams
Jr. Wide Receiver
#7 6-4, 210
View Full Profile had the play of the game with his one-hand catch. Artavis ScottArtavis Scott
So. Wide Receiver
#3 5-10, 190
View Full Profile made a highlight reel diving catch, and Charone PeakeCharone Peake
Gr. Wide Receiver
#19 6-2, 205
View Full Profile made a jaw dropping move on a short pass that turned into long gain. I thought Germone HopperGermone Hopper
RS Jr. Wide Receiver
#5 5-11, 175
View Full Profile had a nice game. Trevion ThompsonTrevion Thompson
RS Fr. Wide Receiver
#1 6-2, 195
View Full Profile has also made progress. This group becomes even more dangerous when Deon CainDeon Cain
Fr. Wide Receiver
# 6-1, 190
View Full Profile and Ray Ray McCloud III get here.
The tight ends had a productive day in the passing game.
Jordan LeggettJordan Leggett
Jr. Tight End
#16 6-5, 250
View Full Profile had a good game. Cannon SmithCannon Smith
RS Fr. Tight End
#84 6-4, 240
View Full Profile looked good on his catch and run.
I spent most of the game watching
Mitch HyattMitch Hyatt
Fr. Offensive Line
#75 6-6, 270
Sugar Hill, GA
View Full Profile and Jake FruhmorgenJake Fruhmorgen
Fr. Offensive Line
#63 6-5, 285
View Full Profile . Hyatt went up against Shaq LawsonShaq Lawson
So. Defensive End
#90 6-3, 269
View Full Profile most of the day and I was impressed with the true freshman. He looks so fundamentally sound. Fruhmorgen had a few more issues, but his upside is very high. I can see both of those guys playing this year, and I think you can win with both this year. Isaiah BattleIsaiah Battle
Offensive Tackle (2012 - 2015)
#79 6-7, 290
View Full Profile played well in the snaps I watched. I did not get chance to watch the interior offensive linemen as much because I was focused on the freshman offensive tackles.
I thought it was a clean game. The offense had few penalties, turnovers and negative plays. I liked the pace of the offense. I also liked the red zone offense.
And just think, it all gets better when the Heisman Trophy candidate quarterback returns.
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#98 6-2, 310
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Offensive Line (2012 - 2013)
#71 6-5, 275
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Safety (2011 - 2014)
#27 5-11, 215
St. George, SC
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