That is interesting, I thought most now agreed that LT is way ahead of where TT was
Originally Posted by tallahasseehokie
LT isn't going anywere after next year...he is very raw and the nfl will advise him to stay put. He had zero experience in a sophisticated offense in high school and does not yet even know all his reads and blitz pickups. He will need a minimum of three years at the helm, ala Tyrod, to make an NFL team and have a shot at starting someday. JMO of course but strongly felt.
in his 3rd year in the program. If that is correct then LT 2011 was near or equal TT 2010. I would say he was ahead in the reads and blitz pickups and way ahead in seeing the entire field and making the right decision.
TT had a unique skill set that could bring the play to what strengths he had. LT does not have that but he is way further of having the skill to make the initial play.
JC Coleman liked their offense too, where did he enroll at again this week? Just because an ESPN article says he likes their offense, doesn't mean he's signing with them. VT has his favorite coaching staff.
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