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Fall Practice Summary- Day 5

Fall Practice Summary- Day 5

Matthew_Suero
QB play:

Overall, this was probably the best day the QBs have had. Both N’Kosi Perry and Jarren Williams were consistently accurate and did not turn the ball over. They were also very sharp on their deep balls.

Tate Martell did not play poorly, but he did not play as well as Perry or Williams. Martell did have some nice deep balls and was more accurate than the other days on the short crossing routes. Where Martell did run into trouble was on the intermediate crossing routes. On two different occasions, Martell did not lead the receiver well enough, and Derrick Smith got his hands on the pass. Smith caught one and dropped one.

Other Notes:

Jeremiah Payton has impressed me every time I’ve seen him play. Payton has good hands and moves faster than his testing numbers suggest. Payton also has shown that he is a capable blocker.

Brevin Jordan looked to be limited in practice yesterday, but he participated in every drill conducted during the media portion of today’s practice. He did, however, run with the second-team offense.

Jeff Thomas did not participate in practice. Neither did Louis Hedley or Nesta Silvera.

The tight ends were a big part of the offense today. All four were being used to attack the middle of the field, and all looked good at running their routes.

Brian Hightower and Nigel Bethel both reached 20 MPH.

Big Cane Drill:

Jonathan Garvin beat Zion Nelson.
Navaughn Donaldson beat Jordan Miller.
Michael Pinkney and Cam’ron Harris went twice, and both ended in a stalemate.
Mark Pope beat Al Blades.
Keontra Smith DESTROYED Marshall Few twice.

Some 1v1 results:

KJ Osborn beat Trajan Bandy.
Derrick Smith beat Mike Harley.
Al Blades beat Mark Pope.
Dee Wiggins beat DJ Ivey.
Marshall Few beat Christian Williams.
Brian Hightower beat Nigel Bethel.
Jeremiah Payton beat Christian Williams.
KJ Osborn beat Robert Knowles.
Mike Harley beat Te’Cory Couch.
Evidence Njoku beat DJ Ivey.
Derrick Smith beat Marshall Few.
 

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Is there anyone on the team that could beat Garvin in BCD?
 
QB play:

Overall, this was probably the best day the QBs have had. Both N’Kosi Perry and Jarren Williams were consistently accurate and did not turn the ball over. They were also very sharp on their deep balls.

Tate Martell did not play poorly, but he did not play as well as Perry or Williams. Martell did have some nice deep balls and was more accurate than the other days on the short crossing routes. Where Martell did run into trouble was on the intermediate crossing routes. On two different occasions, Martell did not lead the receiver well enough, and Derrick Smith got his hands on the pass. Smith caught one and dropped one.

Other Notes:

Jeremiah Payton has impressed me every time I’ve seen him play. Payton has good hands and moves faster than his testing numbers suggest. Payton also has shown that he is a capable blocker.

Brevin Jordan looked to be limited in practice yesterday, but he participated in every drill conducted during the media portion of today’s practice. He did, however, run with the second-team offense.

Jeff Thomas did not participate in practice. Neither did Louis Hedley or Nesta Silvera.

The tight ends were a big part of the offense today. All four were being used to attack the middle of the field, and all looked good at running their routes.

Brian Hightower and Nigel Bethel both reached 20 MPH.

Big Cane Drill:

Jonathan Garvin beat Zion Nelson.
Navaughn Donaldson beat Jordan Miller.
Michael Pinkney and Cam’ron Harris went twice, and both ended in a stalemate.
Mark Pope beat Al Blades.
Keontra Smith DESTROYED Marshall Few twice.

Some 1v1 results:

KJ Osborn beat Trajan Bandy.
Derrick Smith beat Mike Harley.
Al Blades beat Mark Pope.
Dee Wiggins beat DJ Ivey.
Marshall Few beat Christian Williams.
Brian Hightower beat Nigel Bethel.
Jeremiah Payton beat Christian Williams.
KJ Osborn beat Robert Knowles.
Mike Harley beat Te’Cory Couch.
Evidence Njoku beat DJ Ivey.
Derrick Smith beat Marshall Few.

Blades should be shamed for this
 
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