He was mobile, moved his feet the entire time and confident. The O-line wasn’t good in that game. Also, him and Davis Allen have chemistry and have been together a while now. Overall the kid has amazing talent. If our receivers continue to be consistent and o-line steps up I have faith in this team. You can see the talent from that game showing up this year. Idk what happened last year. But if he keeps his confidence I truly believe he can win a national championship. With a good defense.
Poor schemes, severely lackluster coaching, and personal adversity hampered the entire team last year. But DJ took the brunt of it. As the QB it comes with the job title. Dude never quit or lay blame anywhere else. He kept practicing even after the lights went out. I'm glad he, and the rest of his players' hard work in the off season is paying off.
"Poor schemes, severely lackluster coaching..", last year. It was the same basic scheme we used when DJ was breaking records in 2020, and the coaching didn't change one iota. As has been said numerous times, there are no plays you can call when the QB was dysfunctional along with WR injuries and having to start (6) different OL lineups.
DJ is big boy. He'd be the first to take the "brunt" of it and admit the key position on the field wasn't performing up to par.