Discussion in 'College Football Forum' started by AlaskaGuy, Jul 12, 2018 at 2:35 PM.
McSorley should be nowhere near listed at #1
Thanks tomcat and goodluck to your wolfpack. : )
Yeah, sure. Tell me about it. 20-3 as a starting QB. #22 on ESPN's QBR last year. #24 in Pass Efficiency lasy year. Yeah I know all about the interceptions. Definite hole in his game. Not a stretch to see him as a #11 -#15 QB
Thought Shea Patterson's name would be there.
I just don't get what people see in Patterson.
I have seen enough of Haskins to know I've seen too much ... I hope I am wrong
tomcat, hmm.... if Jalen doesnt progress we will have to have Tua, just like last year.
For sure. I think he's gonna blow up. Kid's got moxie and can throw the ball down the field which is frightening for Alabama's opponents (as if it wasn't bad enough).
I have him #1. Where would you place him?
#9 and that's me being extremely generous.
McSorely did a number on a better than average Washington secondary. He made a believer out of me after the Fiesta Bowl.
Lewerke is 2nd best in tBIG, imo.
He also did a number in the Rose Bowl on the guy’s team who has him at #9 and lit up Wisconsin in the conference championship game. The kid’s a gamer and a winner and he’s done it behind a mediocre offensive line. He’s my #1. When lights are shining on the big stage and everything’s on the line give me McSorley over any other 2018 quarterback.
See, I read that like "McSorley won't be handing off to superman anymore". It's more on him, now. We'll see.
I'd have him ranked higher.
Somewhere around 10
So lower not higher then?
@7Samurai13 Oddly enough, that quote was made in jest. That said, I don't see how it's being a homer to say he's at least going to be a Heisman contender.
Yes it is totally not homery to declare a player as one of the top players in the country based on one half of a game and mop up duty.
We've seen guys come out of the blue and not just contend for, but win the Heisman in their first year as the starter. Seems to happen pretty often, actually.
When Urban recruited Haskins, he called him the best passer he's ever recruited.
He's entering his 3rd year with the program, and he has a ton of weapons at his disposal.
You've seen what he can do, and that was thrust into the second half of arguably the biggest rivalry game in the nation down by 2 scores and he rallied them to win on the road, and against a really, really good defense at that.
What's the reason not to have confidence in him becoming a really, really good player? What reason is there to believe he won't?
Yes he can. And Lewerke could pass 4000 yards and runs for 1500. Why shouldn’t I believe he can do that? That’s not homery at all, right?
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