Let's see what yall think of this..........

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  1. geauxtgrs

    geauxtgrs Freshman

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    First of I would like to say I just found out about this board and this is my first post. On other sites much of the discussion following last saturdays game has been about using Shyrone Carey as a possibilty at QB due to his athletic ability and the fact that he played the position in high school. First of all I still believe in Mauck and hope he and the recievers come around. That being said, I also think that Micheal Clayton at 6' 4" with tremendous athletic ability and experience at the position would be a better choice than Shy as a possibilty at QB. From all that I have heard Clausen isnt ready yet and was just thinking that in an emergency situation Clayton might be a pleasent surprise. I think we are deep enough at reciever to account for his loss there if he was needed at QB...but hey what do I know? What do yall think?
     
  2. geauxtgrs

    geauxtgrs Freshman

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    Is Shy the fastest?

    I have heard he has great hips and elusivness but not blazing speed. Hey I was a huge Herb Tyler fan so I aint against the idea. Just thought Clayton was closer to the prototype.
     
  3. BBF Admin

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    Carey is no taller than 5'3". I guarantee it. He wouldn't be able to see over the line of scrimmage with those big uglies.

    He is however very dangerous when he gets the football. He just needs a little more time to adjust to the speed of the college game, and then the whole country will know who he is.
     
  4. Goodlifetiger

    Goodlifetiger Founding Member

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    I think Clayton needs to remain at reciever. Carey Is not a SEC QB. Can you imagine how many years it would take for Clayton to learn the qb postion.
     

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