When it comes to recievers I agree that size doesn’t matter. IN fact you can argue that it’s a bad thing to be a tall recieverAs allaboutheu said, stop with the nonsense of only having a certain number of wrs under 6’. 5’11 or 6’2 who gives a crap? How many plays a season call for jump balls? What’s the “need” for 6’4 guys? I want speed, hands, route runners. Don’t care if they’re 5’10 or 6’4.
Wrong fan base if your looking for excitement over OL recruits, unless you find one that runs a 4.3 / 40 (laser) ...lol.He looks great and I'd be very happy if we were to land him. That said, I'm not terribly worried about landing this type of player. We have a ton of great options at ATH/WR/RB. I'm more concerned with what we get on OL and QB. We really need a strong OL class this year.
Yeah. My neighbor has a dog named Mookie. Doesn't play team sports, just likes to chase the ball when thrown. Bad at numbers, so went a different direction, a CPA was never in his future.Serious question: are there any Mookies outside of sports? Like does anyone know an accountant they call Mookie? Maybe a dentist?
Imagine a race between him and Fleming!! We’re going to have sick speed next year.247 posted an update on his recruitment; https://247sports.com/college/illinois/Article/Top247-WR-Mookie-Cooper-excited-to-check-out-Oklahoma-Sooners-130712820/
Cooper said Miami will likely get an official.
“Just knowing Jeff Thomas went there and did some great things and knowing I can go in there and replace him,” Cooper said. “Same size, same city.”