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July 29, 2008

Tidbits on 2008 and 2009 recruits

The AJC and Athens Banner Herald both checked in with Zach Mettenberger to get his thoughts on the Elite 11 Camp. Generally it seems like he used the time to focus on his footwork and understanding coverages. Speaking of which (per the ABH)
"(Stafford) helped me and Aaron more than anyone else," Mettenberger said. "We did a lot of stuff with coverages. He showed us routes that can beat any coverage. ... I learned so much more about basic coverages and more complex coverages."
UGASports.com also talked with Aaron Murray about his Elite 11 experiences.

Looking into a shorter horizon, DawgPost.com talked with Jeff Owens to get his feedback on Jeremy Longo and AJ Harmon. They also spoke with Massaquoi about AJ Green. Owens was specifically impressed with Harmon's ability to move at his incredible size, and Mo Mass's comments on AJ Green:
“He’s a stud,” Massaquoi said. “I think he can be as good as he wants to be, as good as this conference has ever seen.”
Well...so much for poor mouthing. lol. (Both articles are premium content)

PWD

6 comments:

Anonymous said...

premium content is so lame.

Paul Westerdawg said...

"premium content is lame"

How else are they going to make money? Advertising only? This ain't 1999. That model doesn't pay what it used to.

It's a nice supplement, but they need premium content to pay the salaries of the guys working the calls to recruiters.

Stan said...

Does Stafford plan to unveil those routes that can "beat any coverage" at some point this year? I don't want Knowshon to need a balance and rotation until at least the Kentucky game.

Chuck said...

I don't think it's a magic "route that can beat any coverage" as much as a series of routes matched with coverages like rock paper scissors.

JasonC said...

Everyone knows the magic routes are the crossing route with Roger Craig in the slot on a post pattern and the TE drag to Cap Boso. Unstoppable!

Dawg19 said...

Hawaii had unstoppable routes, too.

Unfortunately for Colt Brennan, they were routes to the quarterback.

 
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