Out of curiosity, how do the X/Z roles differ?I think he starts as one of the first WRs off the bench. Either way you need an X from the portal imo. Can’t be just Webb for next year. Then you got Thornton at Z and Squirrel in the slot. Mike can play slot and Z so that should help. Also gotta see how much inside run they give Thornton next year
That was mentioned like 4 posts agoFYI because I haven't seen it posted here. Matt Ray mentioned last night that Kamron was battling the flu but will still play in there game tonight. But depending upon how he is feeling after there is a chance he won't make it in. Take it for what it's worth, but Matt didn't seem to hint that the kid didn't want to come visit, just unfortunate timing. We'll see if he makes it in or not.
Oh, bud. If I don't ignore any of the other trolls on here, I'm sure not going to ignore you for trying to bring actual updates.Sorry it is Friday but feels like Monday - ignore me
The three spots are X/Z/and S (Slot). Slot is obvious. X is your physical receiver that will be up on the line of scrimmage. If you put a receiver on an island, it's probably going to be him. Your Z is still on the perimeter, but off the line of scrimmage. Probably a playmaking perimeter target with some speed bc the corner won't always be right there with him at the line. He might be off some so he doesn't get ran by. You can move him around with sweeps and all that good stuff too. Guys like Bru, Tillman, Keyton, Webb who are your more physical possession receivers will typically be at the X. Guys like Thornton, Nimrod, Mike/Hyatt when they play outside are usually your lighter guys with speed and playmaking creativity will typically be at the Z. That's really how I look at itOut of curiosity, how do the X/Z roles differ?
Well with Georgia they initially wanted him as a DB but he decided he wanted to play WR and they finally had to and chose to cave and recruit him as a WR and efforts from that angle have stepped up relatively recently. Colorado gonna be there with his cousin committed. Tennessee has remained the constant. Definitely going to be interesting to see how it pans outYeah it's been that way for months right?
Sounds to me like we're the constant. His brain says TN, but heart says Georgia.
A tale...as timeRumor has always been the kid loves Georgia, but they weren't offering at the position he wants to play. Now they are. I think his heart is telling him Georgia. No idea what his head is telling him.