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The ATM 9/2

The ATM 9/2

DMoney
Not a full-fledged Bank this week because most of this stuff has been publicly discussed, but here is the latest from sources very close to the situation:

- Mark Fletcher remains a serious flip candidate and it could come earlier in the season. The team envisions a Thunder and Lightning backfield with Chris Johnson, Jr., who is leaning strongly to Miami.

- We are a serious player for WR Tyler Williams. The competition is stiff and his visit will be critical, but the smoke is real.

- The keys to the season according to the inside view is staying healthy and making plays at WR. The hope is that success in the games will snowball into more consistency than we've seen at practice. Keyshawn Smith and Xavier Restrepo are taking charge at the position and Brashard Smith showed a lot of flashes late in camp. Restrepo, Tyrique Stevenson and Malik Curtis will battle at returner. A lot of people are eager to see what Curtis can do there, but experience gives the other two an edge initially.

- Corey Flagg has remade his body and made new fans on the staff. He is the leader of the group. His improved physical condition has unlocked more speed, which he needs for his game.

- The TEs are at full strength and will be a focal point of the offense. This is something we haven't seen all the way in scrimmages due to injury precautions, so the BCC game will be our first real look at the Gattis attack.

- Our offensive line has seven starter quality players- Zion Nelson, Jalen Rivers, Jakai Clark, Justice Oluwaseun, DJ Scaife, John Campbell and Logan Sagapolu. But there is an 8th name getting better every practice and pushing to get on the field already- true freshman Anez Cooper. We may have a steal there.

And while you are here, check out my 5th Annual Preseason Hype Pod if you haven't done so already:

 

Comments (157)

D -- I know people give you **** because you're sky high on everyone we sign, but I think I remember you being especially optimistic on Cooper (relative to his ranking), correct? I didn't/don't know much about him being an OOS kid, but I'm pretty sure I remember you saying he had an incredibly high ceiling and was strong as an ox.
 
Flagg and Ivey have done it again, my nightmares will become reality when they get matched up against 10.1 and 10.4 speed against texas AM.. FML.. Flagg and speed in same sentence is fucking LULZ..
Steele will adjust his personnel accordingly for each game and each personnel package he sees on the other side of the field from his defense.
 
I still like Caleb Johnson to take over the top spot as he gets more familiar with the system, but I give it to you guys like I get it.
Can only go off of the years of tape these guys put on film, they obviously have track record of being good practice players and fooling coaches but when game time comes their film isnt good (this dude flagg sets up cones for coaches, I know they LOVE that type of stuff and call it leadership, lol)

Sept 17 will be here soon enough, we will see what them boys is about
 
@DMoney how do you feel about X and Tyrique in the return game? I understand the argument in favor, but are you concerned about putting arguably our best WR and CB in that position? Neither one is so remarkably good at it that the upside outweighs the risk of injury.
 
Not a full-fledged Bank this week because most of this stuff has been publicly discussed, but here is the latest from sources very close to the situation:

- Mark Fletcher remains a serious flip candidate and it could come earlier in the season. The team envisions a Thunder and Lightning backfield with Chris Johnson, Jr., who is leaning strongly to Miami.

- We are a serious player for WR Tyler Williams. The competition is stiff and his visit will be critical, but the smoke is real.

- The keys to the season according to the inside view is staying healthy and making plays at WR. The hope is that success in the games will snowball into more consistency than we've seen at practice. Keyshawn Smith and Xavier Restrepo are taking charge at the position and Brashard Smith showed a lot of flashes late in camp. Restrepo, Tyrique Stevenson and Malik Curtis will battle at returner. A lot of people are eager to see what Curtis can do there, but experience gives the other two an edge initially.

- Corey Flagg has remade his body and made new fans on the staff. He is the leader of the group. His improved physical condition has unlocked more speed, which he needs for his game.

- The TEs are at full strength and will be a focal point of the offense. This is something we haven't seen all the way in scrimmages due to injury precautions, so the BCC game will be our first real look at the Gattis attack.

- Our offensive line has seven starter quality players- Zion Nelson, Jalen Rivers, Jakai Clark, Justice Oluwaseun, DJ Scaife, John Campbell and Logan Sagapolu. But there is an 8th name getting better every practice and pushing to get on the field already- true freshman Anez Cooper. We may have a steal there.

And while you are here, check out my 5th Annual Preseason Hype Pod if you haven't done so already:


DMoney! Killer track selection and awesome vid brother!

"We got grown men trying to decipher the social media posts of teenagers. We got 401Ks man! What are we doing?"

"Does his mom want him to stay home? Does his mom want him to leave? I haven't talked to my own mom in a month!"

I'm dead :pgdead:
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Not a full-fledged Bank this week because most of this stuff has been publicly discussed, but here is the latest from sources very close to the situation:

- Mark Fletcher remains a serious flip candidate and it could come earlier in the season. The team envisions a Thunder and Lightning backfield with Chris Johnson, Jr., who is leaning strongly to Miami.

- We are a serious player for WR Tyler Williams. The competition is stiff and his visit will be critical, but the smoke is real.

- The keys to the season according to the inside view is staying healthy and making plays at WR. The hope is that success in the games will snowball into more consistency than we've seen at practice. Keyshawn Smith and Xavier Restrepo are taking charge at the position and Brashard Smith showed a lot of flashes late in camp. Restrepo, Tyrique Stevenson and Malik Curtis will battle at returner. A lot of people are eager to see what Curtis can do there, but experience gives the other two an edge initially.

- Corey Flagg has remade his body and made new fans on the staff. He is the leader of the group. His improved physical condition has unlocked more speed, which he needs for his game.

- The TEs are at full strength and will be a focal point of the offense. This is something we haven't seen all the way in scrimmages due to injury precautions, so the BCC game will be our first real look at the Gattis attack.

- Our offensive line has seven starter quality players- Zion Nelson, Jalen Rivers, Jakai Clark, Justice Oluwaseun, DJ Scaife, John Campbell and Logan Sagapolu. But there is an 8th name getting better every practice and pushing to get on the field already- true freshman Anez Cooper. We may have a steal there.

And while you are here, check out my 5th Annual Preseason Hype Pod if you haven't done so already:


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