Originally Posted by milkman
The disparity of talent between good teams and bad teams in college is huge.
Good, even great, QBs on bad can not be make up the difference.
In the NFL, the talent disparity is small.
Good QBs do make the difference.
Smith still has the highest ceiling of this upcoming class.
Barkley is good, but he has almost reached his ceiling.
I don't see a leader when I watch Tyler Wilson.
Smith is still the man in this class from where I'm sitting.
That's good because I'm not ready to jump the Geno Smith ship. I'm kind of leaning towards Barkley but I think there is so much more potential with Smith.
Hungry to hit
There’s no contact during the offseason program, and Pro Bowl linebacker Derrick Johnson is just itching to hit somebody.
“The offensive guys prance around, make plays, and catch balls,” Johnson said, “and you look at them and say, ‘I could’ve tore you up right there … ’’’