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Fall Practice Summary- Day 9

Fall Practice Summary- Day 9

Matthew_Suero
QB play:

From now on, I am going to start being more brief with my review of the quarterbacks. I am going to give some brief notes on what each of the three did well and what they did not do so well. If we can see any 11v11, I will go deeper into that aspect.

N’Kosi Perry had probably the throw of the day. This came working without the defense and the offensive line. It was a play-action with Perry rolling to the left and hitting Jeff Thomas about 20 yards downfield. Perry also had some impressive downfield throws during the 1v1 section.

Perry was the only quarterback that we were able to see for any significant amount of time in 11v11. Perry started by getting stripped for holding the ball too long and then getting sacked on the next play. The very next play Perry completed a pass to Mallory, but Garvin was breathing down his neck and most likely would have had the sack if the quarterbacks were live. However, Perry started to improve and delivered a beautiful back-shoulder throw to Osborn. On Perry’s final play, he saw an opening and scrambled for a nice gain.

Jarren Williams had some very impressive passes, especially in the 1v1 drill. Williams was dropping dimes on the deep balls and the corner routes. He was placing the ball away from the defenders and making life very easy on the receivers.

Tate Martell has improved in many areas of his game, but he still struggles when he has to push the ball to the sideline. Martell does not have the velocity on his passes that the other two quarterbacks have, and this makes sideline passes dangerous. One area where Martell has been good has been passing over the middle. His short crossing routes are accurate and allow the receivers to do something with the ball in their hand. Also, his passes down the middle of the field to the tight ends are beautiful. We were able to see one play from Martell in 11v11. He had a clean pocket and delivered a pass over the middle to a crossing receiver.

Other Notes:

The cornerbacks were working on defending the wide receiver screen.

The receivers were working on their blocking.

The quarterbacks were working on an option play today. They were lined up next to a running back out of the shotgun with a tight end on the line. At the snap, the quarterback and running back would run left, and the tight end would follow them across the formation. Based on the defender the quarterback could run, toss it to the running back, or shovel pass to the tight end.

We did not see much of the Big Cane drill today since they were on the defensive field, but we did see Jahfari Harvey throw someone out of the circle.

Mike Harley is going to be a very useful tool out of the slot. His speed against a nickel corner or safety is a massive mismatch.

Gurvan Hall showed his range in the scrimmage, but he also flashed him man coverage ability in practice today. His best play was a crossing route from Harley where he used his make up speed to undercut the pass and almost came up with the interception.

1v1:

Gurvan Hall beat Mike Harley.
Brian Hightower beat Trajan Bandy.
KJ Osborn beat DJ Ivey.
Keontra Smith beat Mark Pope.
Jeff Thomas beat Nigel Bethel.
Dee Wiggins beat Christian Williams.
Amari Carter beat Mike Harley.
Trajan Bandy beat Brian Hightower.
Mike Harley beat Derrick Smith.
 

Comments (174)

What Matt shoulda said was, "I can't help but be pro JW at this point because he really does look like the best one out of the whole group on a daily SO, I'm just going to lay it out as I see, as it has been, to ya'll and you f*cktards can infer that JW is the best as a whole of the 3 by the short black and white blips I write about the QB's". THAX MATT, moooooooore ovaltine pleeeeease!!
 
Garvin was breathing down his neck and most likely would have had the sack if the quarterbacks were live.

---This seems to be a theme. This kid is gonna be a problem.

One area where Martell has been good has been passing over the middle. His short crossing routes are accurate and allow the receivers to do something with the ball in their hand. Also, his passes down the middle of the field to the tight ends are beautiful. We were able to see one play from Martell in 11v11.

---Being that you said you only saw one 11v11 play, were you saying Tate was good over the middle today, or that he is good in general (11v11, when you have seen it)?
 
QB play:

From now on, I am going to start being more brief with my review of the quarterbacks. I am going to give some brief notes on what each of the three did well and what they did not do so well. If we can see any 11v11, I will go deeper into that aspect.

N’Kosi Perry had probably the throw of the day. This came working without the defense and the offensive line. It was a play-action with Perry rolling to the left and hitting Jeff Thomas about 20 yards downfield. Perry also had some impressive downfield throws during the 1v1 section.

Perry was the only quarterback that we were able to see for any significant amount of time in 11v11. Perry started by getting stripped for holding the ball too long and then getting sacked on the next play. The very next play Perry completed a pass to Mallory, but Garvin was breathing down his neck and most likely would have had the sack if the quarterbacks were live. However, Perry started to improve and delivered a beautiful back-shoulder throw to Osborn. On Perry’s final play, he saw an opening and scrambled for a nice gain.

Jarren Williams had some very impressive passes, especially in the 1v1 drill. Williams was dropping dimes on the deep balls and the corner routes. He was placing the ball away from the defenders and making life very easy on the receivers.

Tate Martell has improved in many areas of his game, but he still struggles when he has to push the ball to the sideline. Martell does not have the velocity on his passes that the other two quarterbacks have, and this makes sideline passes dangerous. One area where Martell has been good has been passing over the middle. His short crossing routes are accurate and allow the receivers to do something with the ball in their hand. Also, his passes down the middle of the field to the tight ends are beautiful. We were able to see one play from Martell in 11v11. He had a clean pocket and delivered a pass over the middle to a crossing receiver.

Other Notes:

The cornerbacks were working on defending the wide receiver screen.

The receivers were working on their blocking.

The quarterbacks were working on an option play today. They were lined up next to a running back out of the shotgun with a tight end on the line. At the snap, the quarterback and running back would run left, and the tight end would follow them across the formation. Based on the defender the quarterback could run, toss it to the running back, or shovel pass to the tight end.

We did not see much of the Big Cane drill today since they were on the defensive field, but we did see Jahfari Harvey throw someone out of the circle.

Mike Harley is going to be a very useful tool out of the slot. His speed against a nickel corner or safety is a massive mismatch.

Gurvan Hall showed his range in the scrimmage, but he also flashed him man coverage ability in practice today. His best play was a crossing route from Harley where he used his make up speed to undercut the pass and almost came up with the interception.

1v1:

Gurvan Hall beat Mike Harley.
Brian Hightower beat Trajan Bandy.
KJ Osborn beat DJ Ivey.
Keontra Smith beat Mark Pope.
Jeff Thomas beat Nigel Bethel.
Dee Wiggins beat Christian Williams.
Amari Carter beat Mike Harley.
Trajan Bandy beat Brian Hightower.
Mike Harley beat Derrick Smith.

So the throw of the day was a 20 yard pass by Nkosi working with no offensive or defensive lines.

Oof.
 

2022 Commits

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185
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185
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6'1"
210
Manvel, TX
OT
6'7"
275
Sandersville, GA

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