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this year? I totally forgot about him
definitely...some buzz in the 757 he's a 5th to 7th round pick. i think the huge surprise to me was the absolute fall-off of roberts...no disrespect to the young man. coming back from that injury was brutal i'm sure. i dont think he ever felt comfortable out there. but to have boyce and fuller as your consistent guys and marcus davis as your big play guy wouldve certainly helped. but essentially a couple years ago you wouldve projected this squad had a healthy coles, roberts, and boyce...we had none really. part of big boy football i suppose.
and by every account i've heard boyce was very well liked in the locker room.
actually...did a quick search and this guy (no idea on credibility) has him as the 16th ranked "non-FBS" pick. to give you an idea, usually 25 to 30 get drafted per year (per article).
i hope he gets a shot.
This post was edited by 423PheasantRun 18 months ago
wow good stuff dude. weren't the charges against him dropped?
last year we could have had:
that is a lot of size and speed....just shows you have to recruit tons of top athelets at all positions because things change quickly
Couldn't agree more on Roberts...he just never looked comfortable.
they were either dropped or reduced...cant remember. it was a very unfortunate situation. not going to get into details (partially because i'm not privy to some very important ones), but it was 100% not intentional on his part to hurt anyone.
With Boyce and Davis on both sides, that would have been physically dominant in the redzone (with the right Offensive Coordinator).
Thr charges were dropped against xavier. The coaching staff reacted too quickly IMO. if they wouldve shown patience with xavier as they did with branden ore or cody journell, we wouldve been okay and he wouldve been a hokie still
True, he ended up doing well at my alma mater
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