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Discussion in 'Main Sports Forum' started by LongTooth, Jul 31, 2018.
Why do we want Clayton?
because he's a decent back that is probably coming in more prepared than Wright and Clement at a position that we need to sign a guy. Clayton isn't Gibbs but he's not some reject like your next response will indicate..."COLORADO REJECTS, HERR DURR IM NOLE DONKEY AND IM ALWAYS RIGHT"
Mostly to irritate you...
I wont bother punking you. Youve had enough lately.
great family pic, law. That's a sweet-ass chain, too. lawyering has really paid off for you, huh
Forget that high-brow schyttt, we don't need no stinkin' fair trials...this is America!
Like you, I’m not impressed by anything I see of him. But, Rivals ranks him 12th at his position and 153 nationally. Rankings wise, it is a good get. It seems bad because Knox struck out on all his other targets.
Clayton has always been plan A bro
Let’s not kid ourselves, Bowman was plan A.
Bowman has attitude and grade issues bro. We didn’t want him.
I have a hard time believing the WDWHA. If Clayton really is plan A, then that’s great. I’m not buying it. Plus, I still find his tape utterly underwhelming.
Lol see my last post. Clayton was closer to plan Z than A. Hope he works out, but regardless Knox needs to shape up or get out tbh
I'm not saying...I'm just saying...
Putting on my pumper suit. Both services like this kid. What I didn't know until doing a bit more reading on him this morning. He probably would have been ranked higher, but he is coming off a knee injury. According to Rivals, Clayton is coming off knee surgery but has regained his explosiveness, speed and power running between the tackles and making runs to the outside. He's a home-run threat capable of eating up yards in short-yardage situations and being an asset in the passing game. At 6-foot and 200-plus pounds, Clayton is a straight-line runner with a frame designed to battle in the trenches. He can run over defenders or around them. He plays with a nastiness at the running back position and thrives off physical play. He could very easily change the dynamic of the Colorado rushing attack. At his best, Clayton can run through contact and is a mismatch in the open field. He constantly falls forward to pick up extra yardage and is accustomed to being a featured back in his high school offense. Clayton excels at exploding through holes and changing direction on a dime. He's a versatile piece added to an SEC-esque offense in Boulder and expects to play shortly. Rivals.com - BREAKING: Rivals100 RB Ashaad Clayton commits to Colorado If we get the pre-injury Clayton, maybe we have something. Still, if Knox isn't doing his job, then a risk/reward like Clayton isn't necessary.
He brought us Trask! And no telling if he was truly bad or if he just worked for the most incompetent coach in UF history.
No bro, Peas didnt bring us Trash.
All white failed OC guys look the same to me.
Oh there’s telling. He sucked.
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