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LukeBurk60
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Talladega, AL
Member since Feb 2019
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For those saying process Max Johnson


BentonTiger7
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Benton, LA
Member since Sep 2011
1079 posts

re: For those saying process Max Johnson
I don't see many wanting to process him. I know it's high school but he looks like a left handed Burrow in his film. The way he scrambles and improvises in the pocket then throws a strike downfield looks just like him. I look forward to seeing him compete.


Moonlight
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Chris Sims


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Brunedog
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Baton Rouge
Member since Jul 2014
5684 posts

re: For those saying process Max Johnson
Neither qb is getting processed


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Likeadog
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re: For those saying process Max Johnson
Nice highlights. But one can never get a sense of a quaterback’s accuracy from highlight films because they only show the good throws and even bad quarterbacks have good throws. He looks good though.


KingDaddyRabbit
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Angola State Prison
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re: For those saying process Max Johnson
You got it, bud. That's exactly what I was thinking.


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bignic26
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West Monroe
Member since Jul 2013
512 posts

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Nice highlights. But one can never get a sense of a quaterback’s accuracy from highlight films because they only show the good throws and even bad quarterbacks have good throws. He looks good though.


Yeah it's hard to judge QBs on highlights alone. If a player doesn't look good in his highlight tape then they're doing it wrong.

QB highlights are particularly tricky. Lowell Narcisse looked legit in his highlights. So did Brandon Harris and Anthony Jennings. LSU has had some great highlight tape QBs come through there.


Shrike63
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Louisiana
Member since Dec 2014
461 posts

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Lol, I have not seen one person who want's him gone.


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BentonTiger7
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Benton, LA
Member since Sep 2011
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But one can never get a sense of a quaterback’s accuracy from highlight films because they only show the good throws and even bad quarterbacks have good throws. 

True but his last game was a playoff game and he was 19-22(86%). That is pretty dang accurate.


Rosenblatt
LSU Fan
Member since Apr 2019
2938 posts

re: For those saying process Max Johnson
Right plus his offer list tells you nothing right?

I trust your skepticism over those offers.


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LSU=DBU
Member since Jun 2013
910 posts

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He was 19-22 in his last playoff game for 255.. u need to go watch the video of him at the LSU camp this summer.. his improvement in accuracy was mentioned by the coaches.. he has everything u would want in a high school senior QB..glad we got him


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EvrybodysAllAmerican
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Member since Apr 2013
7145 posts

re: For those saying process Max Johnson
Not to poop on the Ponchatoula QB, but I think Max will be better. TJ is more of a project with a big arm, imo


justustm2
LSU Fan
Member since Sep 2005
3857 posts

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Yeah it's hard to judge QBs on highlights alone. If a player doesn't look good in his highlight tape then they're doing it wrong.

QB highlights are particularly tricky. Lowell Narcisse looked legit in his highlights. So did Brandon Harris and Anthony Jennings. LSU has had some great highlight tape QBs come through there.


But no development of those QBs. And that is a fact. What QB was successful under Miles that wasn't a transfer who was initially developed elsewhere or on the team and developed initially before Miles arrived? Do you think Dak Prescott would have been developed under Les Miles who initially wanted him as a tight end? I highly doubt it. He wouldn't be in the NFL now. Yet, we still have those who will denigrate the numerous 4 star QBs who became Tigers under Miles.

Give those same QBs to Jimbo Fisher, Dan Mullins or Clemson and their success would improve dramatically because of what was missing under Les Miles, QB development. Jimbo would have done wonders with the raw talent of Brandon Harris. I would have liked to see Narcisse developed under Mullins.


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Illinois Fan
Member since Aug 2011
12672 posts

re: For those saying process Max Johnson
Max isn’t going anywhere. He is a greasy prospect and fits perfectly with what Brady wants to do.


LSUtiger89
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Baton Rouge
Member since Dec 2007
1541 posts

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Johnson committed to LSU on November 28, 2019


So he is the time traveler! That could really be beneficial too. He and interception or lose... he just goes back until he gets it right.


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OLDBEACHCOMBER
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Member since Jan 2004
6027 posts

re: For those saying process Max Johnson
If I had to chose only one, I'd keep Johnson.


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radicalizedtigah
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Member since Aug 2016
3155 posts

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I like Max Johnson and I cannot lie!


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SLafourche07
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BigDaddy5151
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Alexandria
Member since Dec 2013
467 posts

re: For those saying process Max Johnson
not much to dislike here...
runs the RPO.
big
Can run
likes to throw over the middle
release is a little long
good athlete
dad was a great Pro.

Take


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tigersmanager
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re: For those saying process Max Johnson
Nobody is talking about processing Max


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