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I asked this the other day and got almost no response. I would appreciate Jeff, Gerry and/or Bobby's take.
After watching the 11 minute highlight reel where RSJ played significant snaps at QB, what separates Swoopes and RSJ as QB prospects? They are the same size and both are dynamic runners. RSJ has smoother throwing mechanics, has a pretty big arm and a high football IQ. Everyone is familiar with Swoopes at this point.
There has to be something that separates a TE prospect from our only QB take. I'm just not sure what it is yet.
This post was edited by MartiMar on 2/22/2012 at 11:18 AM
This is a highlight I made of the top ATH in the nation, Ricky Seals-Jones of Sealy High School. Listed at 6-5 220, Seals-Jones is a huge athlete with deceptive speed, quickness, and strength. Contributed in a big way for the Tigers this year, seeing time at QB, WR, LB, and S. Although projected as a WR, Ricky is athletic enough to play safety, LB, TE, and even DE at the next level. Perhaps the best prospect to come out talent-rich Sealy since NFL Hall of Famer Eric Dickerson. Will be on of the most sought after prospects in the entire nation next year.
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