if he is a threat to run the ball effectively which he clearly is, he is a dual threat. His arm talent suggests that he does not rely on it. Other Dual Threats that depend on being able to run should not be exclusive to the title. The fact that he is not dependent on his ability to run does not mean he is not a threat to run. Nah mean...
I think Richt sees a little bit of Charlie Ward in Perry. Intelligent, quick release, Accurate passer within the pocket and reads of a system. Dangerous when the play breaks down because he can buy time with his feet/athleticism and continues to look downfield for plays in the passing game. Nothing there he is still a threat to run the ball for yardage.
But i didn't think Ward was a DT QB. I thought he was a passer who could run when he needed to run
I watched all 18 minutes of his highlights. I counted 13 runs of 10+ yards. Lets say I missed 2 so round to 15. That is still not dual threat QB. A high school dual threat QB has probably around 1000 yards rushing. Kosi wont due that. He will pass 80-90% of time outside redzone.
He had 10 rushing TD but they all in red zone. I dont really count that as dual threat.
Look at Manziel or Watson stats in high school for a dual threat QB
Labeling someone a DT is actually saying that. I wouldn't call Aaron Rodgers a DTQB. But that doesn't mean he cant run for TD's in the RZ. Brady gets alot of 4th and shorts, or goalline qb sneaks, does that make him a DT? I'd call Andrew Luck a pocket passer even though he easily can run over people.
Before people get excited, just know that he has not a had a single conversation with any coach at Miami. Not sure how Canes made the cut, but Miami is very happy with their current haul at the position.