Jalen Hurd Struggling

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cncchris33

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Hurd has the same versatile (jack of all trades, master of none) set of skills that a guy like Ty Montgomery, Cordarrelle Patterson, Jaylen Samuels, or Trey Burton does. He will likely be a 5th rd pick or later, and carve out a niche role for the right NFL team. Likely never to be a star, but can provide versatility that few can match.
 
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Hurd has the same versatile (jack of all trades, master of none) set of skills that a guy like Ty Montgomery, Cordarrelle Patterson, Jaylen Samuels, or Trey Burton does. He will likely be a 5th rd pick or later, and carve out a niche role for the right NFL team. Likely never to be a star, but can provide versatility that few can match.
He will only be like Patterson in his dreams.
 
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Hurd has the same versatile (jack of all trades, master of none) set of skills that a guy like Ty Montgomery, Cordarrelle Patterson, Jaylen Samuels, or Trey Burton does. He will likely be a 5th rd pick or later, and carve out a niche role for the right NFL team. Likely never to be a star, but can provide versatility that few can match.
I can see him in a Trey Burton type role. Unfortunately, thanks to Butch's offense, Jalen has somewhat high mileage.
 
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He lost weight at BU to pick up speed and runs a 4.66 40. Sort of like the characters of Charlie Brown at Halloween. One says I got candy, another says bubblegum, another says candied apple, and Charlie/Jalen says, "I got a rock."
I loled at this! Too good.
 
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Me too but he’s still a quitter
Your statement is true BUT he likely would have been a cancer to the team, as this attitude got worse
I do wish he had stayed long enough to break the UT career rushing yardage total
Of course, had Jamaal Lewis stayed he would have broken it. Of course, had A Foster not missed a couple of late games in his senior year, he would have broken it too
Of course, had Kiffin not made Berry make a position change, he would have broken the NCAA record for yardage gained after interceptions in a career
 
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Tight end speed. Ha somehow ended up as a tweener. Best chance is to probably bulk up.
I think he can still be a very good slot receiver in the nfl. 4.66 is nowhere near the supposed 4.37 he ran in HighSchool, but as a few big physical WRs have shown, its plenty fast in the nfl. He has great hands and strength, just needs to hone his technique.
 
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He lost weight at BU to pick up speed and runs a 4.66 40. Sort of like the characters of Charlie Brown at Halloween. One says I got candy, another says bubblegum, another says candied apple, and Charlie/Jalen says, "I got a rock."
Haha. Fantastic Remy.
 

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