[Video: NOLA.com]

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He has nice quickness in his movements for such a big man. He will make it tough on DBs to get the jump on him, especially with good velocity, like he seems to have. I'm glad to see some quality QB recruits, to go with some quality OL recruits.
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quick release and big bodied, kind of reminds me of Cardarle (SP) Jones aka 12 Guage.
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I wonder will he reach five star status?
Reply2 months
I hope he goes to IMG next season. He needs a step up in competition.
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Reminds me of Doug Williams : Problem comes from a poor program, has to learn how to win, does he have a chest?
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Why is TJ playing for a triple-option coach? 2-7 this season. He's in the wrong high school system, IMO. TJ probably has enough talent to overcome it. Look forward to seeing him at LSU.
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They all look good before coming here....then LSU happens!!!
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And they all look good against no defense.
2 months
Yea we just going to have to find out what he can do his senior year. There's no doubt that with better talent he'll be much better but you also have to add the pressure variable. Most young guys just take time to adjust to that. You can't go wrong when you have 4 or 5 top 10 QBs on roster at the same time with different skill sets though. One of them is bound to succeed and develop. I think wiring his turn is going to pay off huge for Myles B. We have to start beating team in the first half so we can put him in pressure situations in a real game action and see what he does though. We will have 2 RS QBs on the team by the time Burrow leaves and incoming freshman to back them up. I really wished that LN hadn't left the team. That's why you don't leave bc you never know and you can still wait and play two years later on if things don't work out for you.
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Is he smart and is he tough? Anyone know?
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Great release, but I'm sorry. I refuse to ever get excited about a QB prospect ever again.
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Hey I hear ya but it’s just a matter of time at this point the law of averages are with us ha
2 months
Good looking prospect but this video doesn’t really show much. Does remind me of Rohan with that effortless wrist flick.
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Effortless is good choice of words. He has easy arm strength and action.
2 months
That ball looks like a marble in his hand.
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I sure like his release…
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His arm and release are nice. I’d like to see him get his lower body into his throws a bit. His hips look funny to me, especially those first few passss.
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Oops, I double dipped
2 months
I agree with you... not being overly critical though. I think his arm strength is a huge plus, and his release looks very clean. I'd like to see his footwork improve just a little. He stands almost a little too stiff in the pocket, and could use a little more bend of the knees and rotation of the hips, which will benefit him more in the long run. Donovan McNabb had these same flaws early in his career, but REALLY got to shine once Andy Reid fixed them. This guy can be REALLY GOOD with proper coaching, and the right system. Time will tell, but I'm excited about the potential of this guy!
2 months
His arm and release are nice. I’d like to see him get his lower body into his throws a bit. His hips look funny to me, especially those first few passss.
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You can say that again.
2 months
That arm looks NICE!
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That's a big ol boy
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6’7”, 233
2 months
Great looking release, sky’s the limit for this guy
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Agree....either the young man is a true "natural" or has been well coached OR both.
2 months
Most of those throws he is flat footed and still very accurate, can only imagine him using his lower body with that arm. Hope he comes to LSU.
Reply2 months
Great prospect. If he develops sky’s the limit
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