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1 minute ago, brybull1970 said:

McCloud repeatedly got hurt last year because he was all bone and couldn't protect himself on the field.

And he had concrete shoes and moved like I do after a hard night of drinking.  You can be slight as long as you are elusive and learn how to avoid the big hit.  

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And he had concrete shoes and moved like I do after a hard night of drinking.  You can be slight as long as you are elusive and learn how to avoid the big hit.  

If coach puts him in, we win the AAC, no doubt in my mind.

Yeah McCloud has been given enough chances to show something.  Granted we dont have much surrounding him.  But he has had ample opportunity to give us some hope and dont see it with him. Yeah McC

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1 minute ago, brybull1970 said:

McCloud repeatedly got hurt last year because he was all bone and couldn't protect himself on the field.

If the kid gets here in the spring and puts on the weight, is a better passer, and can see over the line, he could be a player in year one. 

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Just now, NewEnglandBull said:

If the kid gets here in the spring and puts on the weight, is a better passer, and can see over the line, he could be a player in year one. 

He does have an arm it appears in those videos

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Just now, NewEnglandBull said:

If the kid gets here in the spring and puts on the weight, is a better passer, and can see over the line, he could be a player in year one. 

Throw in the ability to run and would agree with you and @Friscobullthat playing him may make sense. That's just a murder's row of games to throw him into next year.

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1 minute ago, brybull1970 said:

Throw in the ability to run and would agree with you and @Friscobullthat playing him may make sense. That's just a murder's row of games to throw him into next year.

He looks elusive but tough to tell in HS how good he is when the speed picks up, none of us know yet including the staff.

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8 minutes ago, NewEnglandBull said:

If the kid gets here in the spring and puts on the weight, is a better passer, and can see over the line, he could be a player in year one. 

He seems to have a decent pocket presence, moves fast and has an arm.

 

 

 

 

 

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10 hours ago, zarnozdabull said:

Fortin starts the year but McClain closes it out.

McClain looks like the real deal.  We need a savior.  Like your idea of easing McClain in especially as a true freshman.  If we throw him in the fire Day 1, may ruin his confidence.

We need alot.  Strengthen both the lines and some real skill positions in order to give this kid a chance.

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