New QB Dean on Miami's radar

ilovelamp51

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#42
I just don't understand why not go after the Texas Tech QB. Kid looked promising.
 
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#45
Texas Tech kid is following KK to USC according to Stefan. Sounds like this kid is a contingency play if Howell doesn't come.
 

CANEMC

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#46
Texas Tech kid is following KK to USC according to Stefan. Sounds like this kid is a contingency play if Howell doesn't come.
Hell he was better off giving us a look. California has a shytload of HS QB studs every year. Not to mention the JUCO kids.
 

NateDogg

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Hey, going to transition here shortly back into my off season quarterback roll. First glance, not a high level arm strength kid, (ball trajectory dips a lot) but he does have some admirable traits that warrant the p5 offer. Going to really re-evaluate how I look at off-platforming this year and put a higher emphasis on unabated vs abated mechanical differentials.

But this kid can throw from alt platforms. The RPO seam route shows his ability to get the receiver the ball now and throw from a flat footed base. That isn't bad mechanics. That is exactly how you throw that route. I catch him throwing some other balls well from different bases.

Natural thrower per say. Good on the move. Seems to sense the pocket well. I can see the plug an play potential for someone like him in a UCF offense. Will he equivocate into a Miami offense is the question. Because in its current state I need a high level field reader to unlock our over usage of mirror concepts, someone who can keep defenses honest in the zone read capacity and a highly accurate passer who can make the tight window throws this offense manifests on itself.
What do you think about Daniel Richardson from Carol City?
 

The Franchise

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#48
Spaulding Rick has been eating boogers all year instead of looking for a QB. Now he’s in full scramble mode.
 
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#51
Or is it another case of the MJJ and they are putting all their eggs into the Sam Howell basket?
Yupppp. Kid basically said I am the option if Howell doesn't work out lol Do coaches lack common sense. It's been known that Howell i snot coming here.
 

Cane6

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#53
So much for all the dopey gurus who thought we were good with taking no QB in this class. We’re now dumpster diving all over the country looking for 1. Tried to tell the dummies on here we would take a QB.
Jon “muthaFuckin” Richt, at your service
 

NateDogg

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#54
Need to watch some film on the young man.
It’s hard to say but he looks like his size is fine, although he is listed at 5’11. Arm strength appears to be adequate to slightly below average. Good athleticism. Based on how things have played out with us this cycle, I don’t see how an offer to a kid as productive as he has been would be a bad thing. We gave a scholarship to Gray Crow for crying out loud lol.

http://www.hudl.com/profile/5310244/Daniel-Richardson
 
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#55
Im a Hillsborough alum so I attend several games/yr. I would pass. Kid is not impressive at all. We have had better qbs their. Heck, my q.b. their was better and he had to settle for NM State.

Notice all the bombs he throws? That’s cause Hillsborough always have one of the fastest track team in the state and most of the sprinters are plucked from the football team.

One thing Earl Garcia outdated offenses makes qbs do is make reads and progressions. Dean probably got Baby Richt alone and explained to him how he makes his reads and boom, Baby Richt was impressed.

GO BIG RED
 

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#56
I would have taken Scalzo over this sort of guy any day of the week.
 
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Hey, going to transition here shortly back into my off season quarterback roll. First glance, not a high level arm strength kid, (ball trajectory dips a lot) but he does have some admirable traits that warrant the p5 offer. Going to really re-evaluate how I look at off-platforming this year and put a higher emphasis on unabated vs abated mechanical differentials.

But this kid can throw from alt platforms. The RPO seam route shows his ability to get the receiver the ball now and throw from a flat footed base. That isn't bad mechanics. That is exactly how you throw that route. I catch him throwing some other balls well from different bases.

Natural thrower per say. Good on the move. Seems to sense the pocket well. I can see the plug an play potential for someone like him in a UCF offense. Will he equivocate into a Miami offense is the question. Because in its current state I need a high level field reader to unlock our over usage of mirror concepts, someone who can keep defenses honest in the zone read capacity and a highly accurate passer who can make the tight window throws this offense manifests on itself.
Ok, I just looked at his tape.

Bottom line: I'm not seeing him as a kid who helps UM win championships.
 
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#59
Kid is very accurate and I like the throws he makes on the run.
 
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#60
as stated, he throws effortlessly from every conceivable arm slot. I like his build and he moves like an athlete. He would be a neat project.
 
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