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SammyTiger
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re: An Actual Discussion About Tony Brown


The #1 thing i get form some the video i have watched on Rivals is that he can really hit. it also seems like he is playing safety.

All you hear about him from camps is how he is showing the best in 1 on 1 drills, and LSU scheme requires a lot of man 1 on 1 stuff from out DBS.

Obviously high light videos aren't gonna show him getting torched but i want to see where in the tape he looks bad?






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darryljames30
New Orleans Pelicans Fan
New Orleans
Member since Feb 2006
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re: An Actual Discussion About Tony Brown


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Do you think jermaine Roberts is better than TB like your other aggie buddies?


I haven't seen Brown yet, but have seen plenty of Roberts. He's really good. Amazing footwork and technique. Honestly think it will be a mistake not taking him.






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redfieldk717
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re: An Actual Discussion About Tony Brown


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I would just like someone to articulate why Tony's received so much attention.


why?

you should articulate why he is overrated because you are in the small minority and brought this dumpster fire thread here






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DWag215
Texas A&M Fan
Houston, TX
Member since Aug 2011
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re: An Actual Discussion About Tony Brown


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How would you feel if he was going to be an aggie?? He'd be Revis meets Ed reed right?

The same way I feel about Hoza Scott--excited but curious, if not perplexed.

I already offered my skepticism of Scott to preempt this exact question.



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BasilBogomil
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Member since Dec 2012
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re: An Actual Discussion About Tony Brown


Elite speed
Likes to hit
Very good hips
Ball skills










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thunderbird1100
LSU Fan
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Member since Oct 2007
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re: An Actual Discussion About Tony Brown


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I don't think my opinion is a rare one.


I dont think your opinion matters either way.






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thunderbird1100
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re: An Actual Discussion About Tony Brown


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I haven't seen Brown yet, but have seen plenty of Roberts. He's really good. Amazing footwork and technique. Honestly think it will be a mistake not taking him.



Ultimately I think we offer Roberts when the Adoree Jackson pub wears off.






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redfieldk717
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re: An Actual Discussion About Tony Brown


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I don't think my opinion is a rare one.


maybe amongst aggie fans






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wish i was tebow
South Alabama Fan
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Member since Feb 2009
39159 posts

re: An Actual Discussion About Tony Brown


Every big time school sees something in this kid



But I'm really worried that you are skeptical.






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DWag215
Texas A&M Fan
Houston, TX
Member since Aug 2011
6527 posts

re: An Actual Discussion About Tony Brown


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you should articulate why he is overrated because you are in the small minority and brought this dumpster fire thread here

I'm not an authority--my opinion is that of a lay person. I simply thought some here could provide some insight.

But hey, no worries.






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redfieldk717
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re: An Actual Discussion About Tony Brown


neither are we so dont patronize us dip shit





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Faulk Em Up
LSU Fan
Nashville, TN
Member since Dec 2011
102 posts

re: An Actual Discussion About Tony Brown


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Out of this world Quick feet Great Hips Not as instinctive as Ed Paris but his physical traits make up for that. Tough/Likes to Hit Has room to get bigger and probably will not lose any speed. This is all the things you look for in a DB and the reasons he is a 5*.


I believe LaBornNRaised provided you with the answer you are looking for... is this not the response you wanted?






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lil 7thward
New Orleans Pelicans Fan
ATL
Member since Jan 2012
1433 posts

re: An Actual Discussion About Tony Brown


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I would just like someone to articulate why Tony's received so much attention.
Okay mister Ellis, Noel signed his letter of intent to aTm. So take a chill pill.



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memphstigers23
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Member since Mar 2012
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re: An Actual Discussion About Tony Brown


DWag you're an awful troll, this is worse than your sec rant troll thread, and that one was bad





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DWag215
Texas A&M Fan
Houston, TX
Member since Aug 2011
6527 posts

re: An Actual Discussion About Tony Brown


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I dont think your opinion matters either way.


Never expressed or implied that it does.

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But I'm really worried that you are skeptical.

Never said you should be.

Meh, worth a shot. I think I got a few substantive responses.






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JakeFromStateFarm
LSU Fan
*wears khakis
Member since Jun 2012
1359 posts

re: An Actual Discussion About Tony Brown


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So edify me. Tell me why--on paper--he's seemingly the best CB in the country.


IMO Adoree' Jackson or Jabril Peppers is the best CB in the country. Tony Brown is a freak athlete who I believe could be a top notch CB if he gets the proper coaching. Coaching I believe we will give him.






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memphstigers23
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re: An Actual Discussion About Tony Brown


So Paris isn't in your discussion ?





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wish i was tebow
South Alabama Fan
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re: An Actual Discussion About Tony Brown


How do you think it would go if I went to aggie land thread and said hey I think one of y'all's best recruits isn't really good, I watched a film and he didn't do a backflip so I'm not impressed

Thoughts?

Doubt there would be a ton of insightful responses there either






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DWag215
Texas A&M Fan
Houston, TX
Member since Aug 2011
6527 posts

re: An Actual Discussion About Tony Brown


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neither are we so dont patronize us dip shit

I've had some great feedback in the past on this board. Specifically with regard to Darion Claiborne and Shaan Washington.

I just thought some of those types would be hanging around today.

I honestly did not start this thread to patronize.






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redfieldk717
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re: An Actual Discussion About Tony Brown


your fellow aggie tmc seems to fit in well here, i wonder why you dont?





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