Discussion in 'RayGator's Swamp Gas' started by garettk, Jul 15, 2020.
...someone tagged your post as "informative". lol
Pitts and Copeland is all we need if they get open. The more attention they draw the better for our entire game if CDM has the rest dialed in. It could be a good thing if Pitts and Cope become known for blocking ability this season.
Don’t sleep on Whitmore.
Only strange in that Mullen and Trask have shown that they will distribute the ball around to a number of receivers, so getting on the field and staying fresh shouldn't be a problem.
Maybe he hated special teams
Can you blame him? Getting to play for the national champions....
Who cares about the transfers? We are getting probably just as many people transferring in and they are higher ranked talent than the ones leaving. That is a net gain for the program. These student athletes have to do what is best for them. We have a solid core of starters and back ups sometimes three deep at certain positions. Why are we complaining? I saw a Georgia Bulldog fan today in Queens. He hardly wanted to look at me when I said "Go Gators". They know their time is up at the top of the East. They had a run under Richt and Smart and couldn't get the job done. They spend more on recruiting than anyone else and all it has bought them is a runner up a couple of years ago.
Good grief Chicken Little.......
We’ve seen this before but sure, if he breaks the mold, great.
When you look at the Gator WRs that got drafted last year and how well they spread the ball around to get many of the WRs touches, not much rationale for a WR to transfer unless toils by coaches you are not working hard enough in weight room and not a good fit for offense
However we have done well in receiving transfers.
Well that explains everything.
Don't forget Toney, he's going to see some balls come his way.
Oh the irony!
For sure. He’s a recruiting tool as well. Mullen thrives with playmakers- like most OCs. If two guys get open often the other WRs will find their spaces.
Marks seemed to reach his peak athletically in HS. If the team roster is accurate, he has added little weight/muscle since enrolling. I wish him well in getting on the field for UCF. Hope the move works for both the Gator and his new school.
It’s called processing out. Sometimes the kids do it, sometimes the coaches encourage it.
I wish him good fortune.
Saban NEVER does that