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RE: QB situation for teams that graduated their starting QB?
(01-02-2018 09:30 PM)GSUALUM17 Wrote:  redshirt freshman QB Jack Walker: 6'3ft 220lbs prototypical pocket passer with nice arm and accuracy. From what I read about him, he's a very intelligent QB. Can buy time by moving around the pocket. Highest rated QB we ever recruited. Comes from a football family....his father played for Mississippi State. Reminds me of Taylor Lamb from App.
http://www.georgiastatesports.com/ViewAr...M_ID=12700

JUCO transfer QB Dan Ellington: 6'2ft 192lbs 3 star duel threat QB. Rocket arm, elusive mobility, and decent accuracy. He had put up crazy stats in the Mississippi JUCO league, the toughest JUCO league in the country. My money is on Walker, but wouldn't surprise me at all if Ellington's dynamic playmaking ability wins him the starting job. Reminds me of Caleb Evans from ULM.
https://247sports.com/player/danterius-e...n-46045719

Winchester, our junior duel-threat QB, will get an opportunity, but no one expects him to beat Walker or Ellington as the starting QB.

Winchester could not beat out Manning and both Walker and Ellington are better than Manning. If Winchester enters another game it means catastrophe has struck.
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RE: QB situation for teams that graduated their starting QB?
(01-03-2018 03:17 PM)panama Wrote:  
(01-02-2018 09:30 PM)GSUALUM17 Wrote:  redshirt freshman QB Jack Walker: 6'3ft 220lbs prototypical pocket passer with nice arm and accuracy. From what I read about him, he's a very intelligent QB. Can buy time by moving around the pocket. Highest rated QB we ever recruited. Comes from a football family....his father played for Mississippi State. Reminds me of Taylor Lamb from App.
http://www.georgiastatesports.com/ViewAr...M_ID=12700

JUCO transfer QB Dan Ellington: 6'2ft 192lbs 3 star duel threat QB. Rocket arm, elusive mobility, and decent accuracy. He had put up crazy stats in the Mississippi JUCO league, the toughest JUCO league in the country. My money is on Walker, but wouldn't surprise me at all if Ellington's dynamic playmaking ability wins him the starting job. Reminds me of Caleb Evans from ULM.
https://247sports.com/player/danterius-e...n-46045719

Winchester, our junior duel-threat QB, will get an opportunity, but no one expects him to beat Walker or Ellington as the starting QB.

Winchester could not beat out Manning and both Walker and Ellington are better than Manning. If Winchester enters another game it means catastrophe has struck.

agreed! Manning was a mediocre QB for 2 years and Winchester couldn't win the starting job. Some of our fanbase love Winchester but I don't understand it.
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RE: QB situation for teams that graduated their starting QB?
(01-03-2018 06:28 PM)GSUALUM17 Wrote:  
(01-03-2018 03:17 PM)panama Wrote:  
(01-02-2018 09:30 PM)GSUALUM17 Wrote:  redshirt freshman QB Jack Walker: 6'3ft 220lbs prototypical pocket passer with nice arm and accuracy. From what I read about him, he's a very intelligent QB. Can buy time by moving around the pocket. Highest rated QB we ever recruited. Comes from a football family....his father played for Mississippi State. Reminds me of Taylor Lamb from App.
http://www.georgiastatesports.com/ViewAr...M_ID=12700

JUCO transfer QB Dan Ellington: 6'2ft 192lbs 3 star duel threat QB. Rocket arm, elusive mobility, and decent accuracy. He had put up crazy stats in the Mississippi JUCO league, the toughest JUCO league in the country. My money is on Walker, but wouldn't surprise me at all if Ellington's dynamic playmaking ability wins him the starting job. Reminds me of Caleb Evans from ULM.
https://247sports.com/player/danterius-e...n-46045719

Winchester, our junior duel-threat QB, will get an opportunity, but no one expects him to beat Walker or Ellington as the starting QB.

Winchester could not beat out Manning and both Walker and Ellington are better than Manning. If Winchester enters another game it means catastrophe has struck.

agreed! Manning was a mediocre QB for 2 years and Winchester couldn't win the starting job. Some of our fanbase love Winchester but I don't understand it.
He's a good kid. Very involved on campus and many hoped he would become a dual threat QB

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As someone else mentioned, Zac Thomas will likely enter spring ball as the leader. He is a little bigger than Taylor and a similar runner. We also have another rising redshirt sophmore from Florida in the battle along with rising redshirt freshman who played at Conway HS.
The true "wild card" will be Stephon Brown. His measurables are intriguing... 6'5", 230 pounds and runs a 4.5 forty. Threw for 2800 yards and ran for another 700 during his senior season at Glenn HS in Kernersville, NC.04-cheers
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Cam Newton 2.0. New features include a positive attitude and good sportsmanship, features not included in Cam Newton 1.0.
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RE: QB situation for teams that graduated their starting QB?
(01-03-2018 03:17 PM)panama Wrote:  
(01-02-2018 09:30 PM)GSUALUM17 Wrote:  redshirt freshman QB Jack Walker: 6'3ft 220lbs prototypical pocket passer with nice arm and accuracy. From what I read about him, he's a very intelligent QB. Can buy time by moving around the pocket. Highest rated QB we ever recruited. Comes from a football family....his father played for Mississippi State. Reminds me of Taylor Lamb from App.
http://www.georgiastatesports.com/ViewAr...M_ID=12700

JUCO transfer QB Dan Ellington: 6'2ft 192lbs 3 star duel threat QB. Rocket arm, elusive mobility, and decent accuracy. He had put up crazy stats in the Mississippi JUCO league, the toughest JUCO league in the country. My money is on Walker, but wouldn't surprise me at all if Ellington's dynamic playmaking ability wins him the starting job. Reminds me of Caleb Evans from ULM.
https://247sports.com/player/danterius-e...n-46045719

Winchester, our junior duel-threat QB, will get an opportunity, but no one expects him to beat Walker or Ellington as the starting QB.

Winchester could not beat out Manning and both Walker and Ellington are better than Manning. If Winchester enters another game it means catastrophe has struck.


If Walker was better than Manning, why didn't Walker start?
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RE: QB situation for teams that graduated their starting QB?
(01-03-2018 07:19 PM)panama Wrote:  
(01-03-2018 06:28 PM)GSUALUM17 Wrote:  
(01-03-2018 03:17 PM)panama Wrote:  
(01-02-2018 09:30 PM)GSUALUM17 Wrote:  redshirt freshman QB Jack Walker: 6'3ft 220lbs prototypical pocket passer with nice arm and accuracy. From what I read about him, he's a very intelligent QB. Can buy time by moving around the pocket. Highest rated QB we ever recruited. Comes from a football family....his father played for Mississippi State. Reminds me of Taylor Lamb from App.
http://www.georgiastatesports.com/ViewAr...M_ID=12700

JUCO transfer QB Dan Ellington: 6'2ft 192lbs 3 star duel threat QB. Rocket arm, elusive mobility, and decent accuracy. He had put up crazy stats in the Mississippi JUCO league, the toughest JUCO league in the country. My money is on Walker, but wouldn't surprise me at all if Ellington's dynamic playmaking ability wins him the starting job. Reminds me of Caleb Evans from ULM.
https://247sports.com/player/danterius-e...n-46045719

Winchester, our junior duel-threat QB, will get an opportunity, but no one expects him to beat Walker or Ellington as the starting QB.

Winchester could not beat out Manning and both Walker and Ellington are better than Manning. If Winchester enters another game it means catastrophe has struck.

agreed! Manning was a mediocre QB for 2 years and Winchester couldn't win the starting job. Some of our fanbase love Winchester but I don't understand it.
He's a good kid. Very involved on campus and many hoped he would become a dual threat QB

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I think he has a good skillset to be one, but didn't receive the coaching/development he needed.

I think Miles was blinded by 4-star Manning (I seem to recall someone posting a nuclear bomb gif when he transferred as well) but Manning was basically a bust under Miles as well. At least Elliott's staff was able to figure out a way to get some better level of production from him.

Winchester would have been a better QB for ya'll, especially to help the run game, if he had been coached up from the beginning. It may be too late at this point, but stranger things have happened.
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RE: QB situation for teams that graduated their starting QB?
(01-04-2018 08:35 AM)eaglewraith Wrote:  
(01-03-2018 07:19 PM)panama Wrote:  
(01-03-2018 06:28 PM)GSUALUM17 Wrote:  
(01-03-2018 03:17 PM)panama Wrote:  
(01-02-2018 09:30 PM)GSUALUM17 Wrote:  redshirt freshman QB Jack Walker: 6'3ft 220lbs prototypical pocket passer with nice arm and accuracy. From what I read about him, he's a very intelligent QB. Can buy time by moving around the pocket. Highest rated QB we ever recruited. Comes from a football family....his father played for Mississippi State. Reminds me of Taylor Lamb from App.
http://www.georgiastatesports.com/ViewAr...M_ID=12700

JUCO transfer QB Dan Ellington: 6'2ft 192lbs 3 star duel threat QB. Rocket arm, elusive mobility, and decent accuracy. He had put up crazy stats in the Mississippi JUCO league, the toughest JUCO league in the country. My money is on Walker, but wouldn't surprise me at all if Ellington's dynamic playmaking ability wins him the starting job. Reminds me of Caleb Evans from ULM.
https://247sports.com/player/danterius-e...n-46045719

Winchester, our junior duel-threat QB, will get an opportunity, but no one expects him to beat Walker or Ellington as the starting QB.

Winchester could not beat out Manning and both Walker and Ellington are better than Manning. If Winchester enters another game it means catastrophe has struck.

agreed! Manning was a mediocre QB for 2 years and Winchester couldn't win the starting job. Some of our fanbase love Winchester but I don't understand it.
He's a good kid. Very involved on campus and many hoped he would become a dual threat QB

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I think he has a good skillset to be one, but didn't receive the coaching/development he needed.

I think Miles was blinded by 4-star Manning (I seem to recall someone posting a nuclear bomb gif when he transferred as well) but Manning was basically a bust under Miles as well. At least Elliott's staff was able to figure out a way to get some better level of production from him.

Winchester would have been a better QB for ya'll, especially to help the run game, if he had been coached up from the beginning. It may be too late at this point, but stranger things have happened.


I definitely remember all the talk about how he was the next Peyton Manning. lol
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(01-04-2018 08:34 AM)NCeagle Wrote:  
(01-03-2018 03:17 PM)panama Wrote:  
(01-02-2018 09:30 PM)GSUALUM17 Wrote:  redshirt freshman QB Jack Walker: 6'3ft 220lbs prototypical pocket passer with nice arm and accuracy. From what I read about him, he's a very intelligent QB. Can buy time by moving around the pocket. Highest rated QB we ever recruited. Comes from a football family....his father played for Mississippi State. Reminds me of Taylor Lamb from App.
http://www.georgiastatesports.com/ViewAr...M_ID=12700

JUCO transfer QB Dan Ellington: 6'2ft 192lbs 3 star duel threat QB. Rocket arm, elusive mobility, and decent accuracy. He had put up crazy stats in the Mississippi JUCO league, the toughest JUCO league in the country. My money is on Walker, but wouldn't surprise me at all if Ellington's dynamic playmaking ability wins him the starting job. Reminds me of Caleb Evans from ULM.
https://247sports.com/player/danterius-e...n-46045719

Winchester, our junior duel-threat QB, will get an opportunity, but no one expects him to beat Walker or Ellington as the starting QB.

Winchester could not beat out Manning and both Walker and Ellington are better than Manning. If Winchester enters another game it means catastrophe has struck.


If Walker was better than Manning, why didn't Walker start?

Walker is a true freshman this year. Took a redshirting year. Manning is 5th year senior. Elliott had no real expectations to win this season. Safer to let Walker learn the playbook, get coached up, and acclimate to the college football
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(01-04-2018 08:35 AM)eaglewraith Wrote:  
(01-03-2018 07:19 PM)panama Wrote:  
(01-03-2018 06:28 PM)GSUALUM17 Wrote:  
(01-03-2018 03:17 PM)panama Wrote:  
(01-02-2018 09:30 PM)GSUALUM17 Wrote:  redshirt freshman QB Jack Walker: 6'3ft 220lbs prototypical pocket passer with nice arm and accuracy. From what I read about him, he's a very intelligent QB. Can buy time by moving around the pocket. Highest rated QB we ever recruited. Comes from a football family....his father played for Mississippi State. Reminds me of Taylor Lamb from App.
http://www.georgiastatesports.com/ViewAr...M_ID=12700

JUCO transfer QB Dan Ellington: 6'2ft 192lbs 3 star duel threat QB. Rocket arm, elusive mobility, and decent accuracy. He had put up crazy stats in the Mississippi JUCO league, the toughest JUCO league in the country. My money is on Walker, but wouldn't surprise me at all if Ellington's dynamic playmaking ability wins him the starting job. Reminds me of Caleb Evans from ULM.
https://247sports.com/player/danterius-e...n-46045719

Winchester, our junior duel-threat QB, will get an opportunity, but no one expects him to beat Walker or Ellington as the starting QB.

Winchester could not beat out Manning and both Walker and Ellington are better than Manning. If Winchester enters another game it means catastrophe has struck.

agreed! Manning was a mediocre QB for 2 years and Winchester couldn't win the starting job. Some of our fanbase love Winchester but I don't understand it.
He's a good kid. Very involved on campus and many hoped he would become a dual threat QB

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I think he has a good skillset to be one, but didn't receive the coaching/development he needed.

I think Miles was blinded by 4-star Manning (I seem to recall someone posting a nuclear bomb gif when he transferred as well) but Manning was basically a bust under Miles as well. At least Elliott's staff was able to figure out a way to get some better level of production from him.

Winchester would have been a better QB for ya'll, especially to help the run game, if he had been coached up from the beginning. It may be too late at this point, but stranger things have happened.

Who knows. Maybe he could've been dangerous in a school with TO scheme because of his pure athleticism and lightening acceleration. Can't convert to WR because he can't catch. Not physical enough to play defense. He does have a strong arm but the accuracy isn't exactly pinpoint..but you don't need that in TO scheme.
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