Discussion in 'The Tiger's Den' started by LSUDad, Mar 20, 2013.
ZM has averaged about one coach a year since he was fifteen. I think it has retarded his development.
However, when I heard Cameron was coming to LSU, I wanted to do a back flip. At 63, though, it was out of the question.
the author missed a few... other Pro Bowl QBs that were coached by Cameron were:
--Jim Harbaugh (1995 Pro Bowl) -- The first quarterback (Cam) ever coached was Jim Harbaugh...They immediately hit it off. Cameron devised countless drills and new techniques. He would lengthen Harbaugh's drop, then shorten it. Throw 10 out-passes one way, then try a different way and throw 10 more. He'd drag a net over to throw in, then a lacrosse goal. Harbaugh remembers being woken up in the middle of the night to practice more throws. "Neither of us had a stop button," Harbaugh said. "He just has a love of the game and it was stimulating talking football with him. It was obvious he was going to be a great coach." In their first year together, Harbaugh became the NCAA's most efficient quarterback...Harbaugh became a first-round draft pick and eventually played 15 years in the NFL..."he was as good as any coach I ever had in my whole playing career," Harbaugh unequivocally said.
--Elvis Grbac (2000 Pro Bowl) -- QB at Michigan from 1989-1992
--Todd Collins (2nd Round pick) -- QB at Michigan from 1993-1994
--Brian Griese (2000 Pro Bowl) -- might be a stretch because he was a redshirt freshman at Michigan during Cam's last year there
"He's one of the best coaches in America," said Scot Loeffler, another of Cameron's quarterbacks at Michigan who is now the offensive coordinator at (Virginia Tech). "If my son ever grows into a quarterback, I'd want Cam to coach him."
...and Loeffler was the college quarterbacks coach to future NFL Draft picks Tom Brady, Tim Tebow, Brian Griese, Chad Henne, Drew Henson and John Navarre. The players have started over 300 regular-season NFL games and garnered a combined four Super Bowl rings as pros.
A little trivia.....name the former LSU Asst. coach that was an OC under Cam.
Hint: So, Cam would have to be a Head Coach.
Cam talking NFL Draft....
More Cam and the players...
I think I've said it too many times now... I am excited for next season
Anxious to see how Cameron's influence plays out on the field. It will be nice to see more players getting into mix, and how the quarterback has matured and developed.
If Chavis does what we know he can with the defense after losing some key players, and Cameron brings to the table the type of offense he is capable of, the tigers could be an even more dominant force for years to come. Opponents beware, its about to get real.
Get in line and take a number.
And Les will get NONE of the credit. Just watch.
Sigh. Oh, well...he can be underappreciated all the way to the bank!
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