of the people you just named i still say he is the most technically sound MLB of the class...
For starters, there's only one other player in the class with him in actuality. So that's not much to hang your hat on.
Secondly, you're talking about technique. With the amount of players ahead of him (Barrow, Jones, Welter, Alexander & Jones, Louis) with multiple years in the system and on the field, along with the rest I mentioned, you are forgetting to realize that we have quite honestly the best fundamental technique teacher at the college level in Chavis.
We don't need perfected technique coming straight out of HS because we've already got All-Conference caliber upper classmen, as well as wicked younger talent...and they're all getting taught better technique than Riley has ever been taught before in his life.
...and they're getting it DAILY.
So I'm not really sure again where your argument for this cat is. I'd rather you inform or educated me on what the 2014 LB Class looks like. Riley's really, really lucky that Daub is evidently a flake because if that guy would've stuck, this poor kid would've gotten processed fairly quickly.
So tell me about next year's class. That's more than likely who Riley needs to try to compete against. The guys ahead of him are gonna stay that way. He needs to realize he's looking at seeing the field in spot-duty as a RS Soph (3rd year player), and perhaps making an injury start in his 4th season, with perhaps a chance at an every-day job in his last year.
This post was edited on 1/25 at 8:37 am