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Here are pictures and videos from day 2 of LSU's practice (morning session):


























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TigerAlum93 - 18 months ago
Foster throws the ball VERY well. His niche was always accuracy in high school. Throws well on the run and in he pocket. His arm is not quite as strong as Brandon's, but close! If he picks up the offense quickly he can make it interesting. I like all three of our quarterbacks.
Hooligan's Ghost - 18 months ago
Brees often under-throws the deep routes. He cannot throw as far as most NFL quarterbacks IMO. But on the intermediate routes, he may be the best ever and with sufficient velocity, which is why he holds the the NFL record for the top (2) single season(s) in accuracy.
The Dude's Rug - 18 months ago
It's Foster and he has been throwing very well. We shall see how it all plays out.
mmcgrath - 18 months ago
Does anyone else think that the other guy (Foster / Bergeron) threw just as well? :dunno:

I'll admit, I don't know how to judge a QB in practice... but I need to see more before I go :nana:
justustm2 - 18 months ago
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Did we watch the same videos?


Yeah you did. Just different points of view.

You saw the positive. He saw the negative. Most times people see what they predisposed to see.
S - 18 months ago
If his arm is healthy its going to help him fight off blocks and be more explosive off the edge w/ better leverage this year
tigers32 - 18 months ago
quote:

Adams, Paris, and Battle are kinda stealing the spotlight.

Any consensus on which safety spot Battle will play?
Flanders - 18 months ago
You pulling this out of your ass? I never defended harris or Jennings. Never even mentioned them in my posts.
smash williams - 18 months ago
quote:

Any word on voorhies?
I haven't read anything on him but he looked bulked up and rangy in the vids/pics I've seen of camp so far. I wouldn't be surprised if he's in the 210-215 range right now. Adams, Paris, and Battle are kinda stealing the spotlight.
monsterballads - 18 months ago
he saved LSU from disaster, that's for sure. but it was still a zero SEC win arkansas team who were terrible.

Penrod - 18 months ago
quote:

jennings looked pretty terrible the last two times we've publically seen him.


The guy has played in two games. The first was a loss unless we got spectacular QB play. He provided it. The second was a bowl game, and we won. If his whole career goes like that you'll be bitching about how shitty he is, and we'll have three national championships. :lol:
Datbayoubengal - 18 months ago
quote:

Do you even follow recruiting? Apparently not. BH lit up camp after camp on the national scene. Let's not forget his summer in California training under George Whitfield either….where Whitfield raved about him and compared him to the Heisman Trophy winner Jamieson.


You do know you can say all the same things about Jennings except the Whitfield praise right?

LINK

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"Eighty-six quarterbacks were here from 19 states and 21 with D-I scholarship offers," Elite 11 coach (and ESPN analyst) Trent Dilfer told the group. "Everyone here impressed the coaches. This group was even more impressive than the one in Dallas a few weeks ago. It's a bottom-line business, and there is only gonna be one from this group. The MVP of the Atlanta regional and the bid to the Elite 11 goes to Anthony Jennings."



So they both come in with good credentials, they both have trained with Whitfield and Cam. Harris obviously has the bigger arm (an amazing one), but his athleticism isn't that much more that Jennings. Jennings, on the other hand, and yes it was from watching high achool tape, he just looks more accurate. We really won't know for sure until we get into a real game, but both have the tools and coaching, and talent around them, to be successful.
Penrod - 18 months ago
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i know it's only day 2 of practices, but seeing dupre and how smooth he is, i think he starts opposite dural game 1


The guy who starts will be the best blocker who catches well and has good ball security.
Datbayoubengal - 18 months ago
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I agree that he was in a tough situation in the bowl game. The problem is that the high-schooler showed better decision making and composure in the spring game, and you can't blame that on a good defense, or a wet field, or being thrown into the fire for a bowl game.


I chalk it up to a bad day. From most reports during spring practice and scrimmages, Jennings was the best QB. Harris was the better guy in the spring game. The spring game is also just one of several spring scrimmages. I just can't wait to hear how their doing when they start scrimmaging in the Fall.
evansky - 18 months ago
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Too bad is accuracy didn't. I don't give a shite how strong a guy's arm is if he can't hit is target.


This was my impression...
Skin - 18 months ago
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unless you can show me evidence of what he brings to the table AS OF TODAY, other than arm strength.


Do you even follow recruiting? Apparently not. BH lit up camp after camp on the national scene. Let's not forget his summer in California training under George Whitfield either….where Whitfield raved about him and compared him to the Heisman Trophy winner Jamieson.
TigerEggs - 18 months ago
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Oh so now we're going back and talking about brees in 2001? Quarterbacks can't make it in the league without a strong arm. Pat white could never consistently throw over 50 mph, look where he's at now.


So let me dumb it down for you a little more. Name one quarterback that has survived on arm strength alone?

I'm not saying Harris doesn't have any other great qualities. In my opinion he will develop into an excellent QB because he is a hard worker, a good listener, and has a great coaching staff. But to say he will take the starting job from Jennings is premature unless you can show me evidence of what he brings to the table AS OF TODAY, other than arm strength.
redfieldk717 - 18 months ago
Any word on voorhies?
smash williams - 18 months ago
I was surprised to hear Rasco say he's playing pain free for the 1st time since his early HS days.
Flanders - 18 months ago
Oh so now we're going back and talking about brees in 2001? Quarterbacks can't make it in the league without a strong arm. Pat white could never consistently throw over 50 mph, look where he's at now.
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