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The '18 South Florida DB class (revisited)

Jassid82

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And still ended up getting drafted in the 2nd rd....
EARLY 2nd round too. 33rd overall..He was damn near a 1st round pick if we want to get technical. Crazy because I saw nothing that warranted that in his 3 years. That said, when you are 6'3 190lbs and have legit sprinters speed..some NFL CB coach is going to tell management they can be the one to turn him into a stud. Hes basically the CB version of Greg Rousseau. A freakish specimen that you would think could put it all together at the next level with the right coaching.
 

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EARLY 2nd round too. 33rd overall..He was damn near a 1st round pick if we want to get
EARLY 2nd round too. 33rd overall..He was damn near a 1st round pick if we want to get technical. Crazy because I saw nothing that warranted that in his 3 years. That said, when you are 6'3 190lbs and have legit sprinters speed..some NFL CB coach is going to tell management they can be the one to turn him into a stud. Hes basically the CB version of Greg Rousseau. A freakish specimen that you would think could put it all together at the next level with the right coaching.

technical. Crazy because I saw nothing that warranted that in his 3 years. That said, when you are 6'3 190lbs and have legit sprinters speed..some NFL CB coach is going to tell management they can be the one to turn him into a stud. Hes basically the CB version of Greg Rousseau. A freakish specimen that you would think could put it all together at the next level with the right coaching.
Rousseau had 15 sacks in one season while TC had 1 career INT.
 

gogeta4

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Rousseau had 15 sacks in one season while TC had 1 career INT.
Ive always thought Tyson was a better player than Surtain at cb.

It worked out in the end for him as he still ended up being a high pick as he has the prerequisite measurables and speed....kinda wish we had a chance to develop him at UM.

Campbell has alot of untapped talent there, just like GR who isnt close to his peak as a player.

Shows that UGA isnt really all its cracked up to be...technique wise my man probably got just as good coaching at American Heritage.
 

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Ive always thought Tyson was a better player than Surtain at cb.

It worked out in the end for him as he still ended up being a high pick as he has the prerequisite measurables and speed....kinda wish we had a chance to develop him at UM.

Campbell has alot of untapped talent there, just like GR who isnt close to his peak as a player.

Shows that UGA isnt really all its cracked up to be...technique wise my man probably got just as good coaching at American Heritage.

It seems they are going to start Campbell off in the slot working as a nickel - provided the secondary is healthy. Griffin, Henderson, Tre Herndon outside...Campbell on the inside (with probably Sidney Jones) for now.

TIM WALTON will be coaching him.
 

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It seems they are going to start Campbell off in the slot working as a nickel - provided the secondary is healthy. Griffin, Henderson, Tre Herndon outside...Campbell on the inside (with probably Sidney Jones) for now.

TIM WALTON will be coaching him.
Henderson is toast. he might not play football at all this year.

Campbell is gonna end up starting games if he stays healthy
 

BoxingRobes

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Henderson is toast. he might not play football at all this year.

Campbell is gonna end up starting games if he stays healthy
As is, he'll likely be a guy that plays in the realm of 50% of the snaps with his role as a nickel and when they put him outside.

Not sure how Henderson's groin is coming along...those injuries can really linger...he had flashes last year where he looked really good...won't hate. He also looked like a rookie at times and got picked on a ton. With that said, it was a bad pick at 9 the year prior and K'Lavon Chaisson (who had a few flashes here n there in limited time) is going to be more of a backup behind Josh Allen...might just be a bad draft for Jacksonville...as per the usual...we'll see.
 
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