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One for two ain't bad. You'd be one helluva baseball player.
Congrats randy. You have the same success rate as dwight Howard at the free throw line.
Winning the academic award in the SEC is sort of like winning the special olympics. Even if you win, you are still a retard.
My pick wasn't too shabby either.
Atta boy, Mr. Burgundy.
Randy, you are truly a DILF.
Join the fight for YOUR liberty!
1) Junior Pomee
which, considering where everyone is at now, bodes well
Are you inferring that a lot of the underclassmen/ scout team members are not playing up to par?
Not at all.... Just that there is still another huge step up in the gas tank of these 3 guys...... IMO
1. Nelson Agholor - I'm shocked no one already mentioned him. He beat out Farmer and Blackwell to get on the field as a true freshman with only summer/fall under his belt. Now imagine what a full year is going to do for him? Both Woods and Lee made GIANT leaps from true frosh to sophomore seasons, I'm confidentially expecting the same from Agholor.
2. Max Tuerk - Same principal. Tuerk had enough talent to beat out Walker as a true freshman. I think he'll be able to build on the game experience he's had as a freshman and will make a substantial jump. I expect him to get significantly stronger and in better shape over the next 9 months.
3. Christian Thomas - The hip injury made Thomas an afterthought, if that, for most fans. I think if he gets healthy and sorts out what wherever weird situation is going on with him and the coaches then he can be a huge offensive threat for us. I still maintain the position that he has the most potential of any of our tight ends on the roster.
4. Devon Kennard - It might seem strange to say but Devon really hasn't proven much yet because he hasn't had the chance to be a full time starter. Everyone seems sure of his abilities so it should be interesting to see how he comes back from his injury and how dramatically he'll pick up his stats from 2011.
This post was edited by QuestionEvry 16 months ago
Bump that beezy, I want to read it.
Or at least point me in the right direction...
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