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RogerTheShrubber
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Juneau, AK
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re: Keep an eye on Brady Ward, OT, 6’7”, 315 lbs, St Paul Episcopal, Mobile.
Bama is recruiting him at this point to keep him away from other schools.


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Smell the crawfish
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Member since Nov 2018
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re: Keep an eye on Brady Ward, OT, 6’7”, 315 lbs, St Paul Episcopal, Mobile.
He looks like a project. Those defenders were not very big and most got around him. He needs to get much stronger and learn some technique. He has potential, but I just didn't see the nastiness needed to compete in the SEC. I realize he's still young, but just because you have size doesn't mean you have everything else needed to be productive in the SEC. With some good coaching and definitely more weight for his frame, he might turn out to be a solid SEC OL! Wish him the best!


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bayou85
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re: Keep an eye on Brady Ward, OT, 6’7”, 315 lbs, St Paul Episcopal, Mobile.
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He is a project. A little slow footed and will have trouble with decent edge rushers.


Yeah. I justed watched his film. His first step is worse than Dec's. Its hardly a step. Real SEC rushers are gonna eat him up if he doesn't improve.


geauxtigs999
Member since Aug 2017
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re: Keep an eye on Brady Ward, OT, 6’7”, 315 lbs, St Paul Episcopal, Mobile.
There is video of him working out over the last month that shows he's improved his foot quickness. OU is interested in him as an Orlando Brown type and they seem to be recruiting him the hardest.

This idea on here that you have to be a dancing bear at 6'7" to be an effective right tackle in college is false. Matt Womack is another example disproving that. Traore's problem is his technique was terrible coming from Juco, while Deculus should be better as he reshapes his body and doesn't have to face Montez Sweat and Jaylon Ferguson.


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Tigertail7171
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Baton Rouge
Member since Sep 2015
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re: Keep an eye on Brady Ward, OT, 6’7”, 315 lbs, St Paul Episcopal, Mobile.
No bend at the knees and needs to flatten his back... project


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MoneyShot
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re: Keep an eye on Brady Ward, OT, 6’7”, 315 lbs, St Paul Episcopal, Mobile.
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I would disown a kid of mine going to Alabama to play football.


I doubt you do but if you have kids, you're a piece of shite.


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Fratigerguy
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re: Keep an eye on Brady Ward, OT, 6’7”, 315 lbs, St Paul Episcopal, Mobile.
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I would disown a kid of mine going to Alabama to play football.


As has been said, you obviously don’t have kids. Here’s the deal. When they start looking at colleges to compete athletically with, you are looking for fit. Not just in athletics, but academics too. And you want them to go to a school that they will enjoy and be happy with attending. Sure, you have schools you would like to see them at, but at the end of the day, they are your child, and you want them to do what makes them happy. Unless you are just a putz who is trying to relive his Al Bundy days.


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TigerFanFromBama
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Montgomery AL
Member since Mar 2015
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re: Keep an eye on Brady Ward, OT, 6’7”, 315 lbs, St Paul Episcopal, Mobile.
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Mobile, AL


My hometown...Unfortunately Saban usually gets whatever he wants from St Pauls. Chevis Jackson went to St Pauls but he was also a Saban recruit.


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EasterEgg
LSU Fan
New Orleans Metro
Member since Sep 2018
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re: Keep an eye on Brady Ward, OT, 6’7”, 315 lbs, St Paul Episcopal, Mobile.
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 I would disown a kid of mine going to Alabama to play football.

I would disown my kids for going to Alabama to study.

I told my preschooler that if he goes to LSU, daddy will make it happen; if he goes anywhere else, he's on his own; if he goes to Alabama, don't come home for Christmas. Drives my wife nuts!


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