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Article: Woulard makes strong opening statement


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From: http://www.tampabay.com/blogs/bulls/spring-football-woulard-makes-strong-opening-statement/2270484

 

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Spring football: Woulard makes strong opening statement

He began his inaugural USF spring practice with a deep sideline throw to Lakewood High alumnus Marquez Valdes-Scantling, and ended it with a 50-yard spiral that rangy receiver Evan Wilson snagged over single coverage for a touchdown.

Not a shabby start for non-starter Asiantii Woulard. "He made some plays, and he had some receivers make some really nice plays," Coach Willie Taggart said.

On a cloudless day devoid of pads or a serious pass rush, Woulard -- a 6-foot-3 UCLA transfer who shined on the Bulls' scout team last fall --  made a resounding opening statement. So too, did Taggart: He brought Woulard in to wrest the job from junior incumbent Quinton Flowers.

"My job is to recruit guys to come take other guys' jobs," said Taggart, who opened his 2016 spring camp Wednesday with far more competitive depth than in any of his previous three seasons.

"Quinton understands that. It's Quinton's job right now, and if he wants it he's got to keep it. And if Asiantii wants it he's gotta go take it. That's how it's gonna be here at the quarterback position, running back position, receiver, and it's made us a better football team by being that way."

 

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"Flowers is our starting quarterback," said new pass-game coordinator T.J. Weist, a veteran college coach who spent five years with Taggart on Western Kentucky's staff.

There's quite a bit more too.. Nice article.

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Quinton 'll make a nice addition to the RB/WR corps next year.

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Pardon my devoidness of knowledge here, but how is AW's mobility?   

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43 minutes ago, zarnozdabull said:

Quinton 'll make a nice addition to the RB/WR corps next year.

I wouldn't say that yet, but AW is looking very good

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3 minutes ago, feardabull said:

Pardon my devoidness of knowledge here, but how is AW's mobility?   

From what I've heard, he's got good straight line speed but he doesn't have the elusiveness that Flowers has. 

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3 minutes ago, feardabull said:

Pardon my devoidness of knowledge here, but how is AW's mobility?   

He is a dual threat quarterback, but we don't really know to what extent. Probably somewhere in between flowers and bench, but flowers is definately more mobile.

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From what I have seen at UCLA he can move but I would say he is more like a  Steven Bench. He might be a little more mobile but it's hard to say at this point. I don't think he is as dynamic a runner as QF but I honestly don't think he needs to be for what USF needs from the QB position, even in this offense. Now if the O line is a sieve, then it could be significant.

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Ok jw.  Because i like how well the read option worked last year.  So if AW wins the job, hopefully we can keep that in the playbook

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31 minutes ago, Bausfkid said:

Better focus on the BIGs up front or it won't matter if Jesus Crist is our QB.  Lots to replace up front and that's where it all starts.

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Are you saying that Jesus Christ can't play QB?  

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He certainly can't hit a curveball.

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