Napier’s first full offseason thread

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Silk's been saying the young guys are more explosive and even though they may not know the whole play book they can be used in specific situations
 
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Whoa. Damn, that's a noticible difference in speed there.

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No wonder he averaged 10 yards a catch, and thats only due to the UGA game where the defense left him wide open for a 78 yarder

Kinda funny how every player Billy brings in is noticeably bigger/faster/better that what we had before.
 
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No wonder he averaged 10 yards a catch, and thats only due to the UGA game where the defense left him wide open for a 78 yarder
Yep. I said earlier in the thread that he apparently saw the writing on the wall. Maybe more like he saw the speed and figured he needed to speed on over to the portal.
 

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So, now I believe we only have Fraziers and Burke as the main holdovers from Mullen at WR, his boy Westen that he bragged about was moved to Safety. SMH
 

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That's Willie's kid, right?

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Personal: Third generation Gator football player... Grandfather Willie Jackson, Sr., was one of the first African-American scholarship football players at UF... Father Will Jackson, Jr., and uncle Terry Jackson played under Steve Spurrier.
 

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That's Willie's kid, right?

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Personal: Third generation Gator football player... Grandfather Willie Jackson, Sr., was one of the first African-American scholarship football players at UF... Father Will Jackson, Jr., and uncle Terry Jackson played under Steve Spurrier.

Their family has a tent right near the north entrance to BHG. Always say hello and tell my kids about them. Good people and Gator royalty.
 

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That's Willie's kid, right?

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Personal: Third generation Gator football player... Grandfather Willie Jackson, Sr., was one of the first African-American scholarship football players at UF... Father Will Jackson, Jr., and uncle Terry Jackson played under Steve Spurrier.
I LOVE this. He looked so smooth in the O&B game. Reminded me of his dad, who was a highly dependable WR. Great routes + great hands.
 

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I LOVE this. He looked so smooth in the O&B game. Reminded me of his dad, who was a highly dependable WR. Great routes + great hands.
He is also very physical. He is built along the lines of some of the WO's Gonzales has developed into productive players. I love the bloodline.
 

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No wonder he averaged 10 yards a catch, and thats only due to the UGA game where the defense left him wide open for a 78 yarder

Kinda funny how every player Billy brings in is noticeably bigger/faster/better that what we had before.
Three years analyzing WRs will do that. But, doesn’t mean we couldn’t use XH this season. Water under the bridge I guess.
 
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