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04 Nov 2012
The first part of a multiple-post series at Matt Waldman's Rookie Scouting Portfolio blog on Tennessee receiver Justin Hunter and how he can unlock his vast talent.
Posted by: Matt Waldman on 04 Nov 2012
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05 Nov 2012, 4:15am by
Taking A Knee with 303
Very interesting and informative read. I don't care at all about college ball but the discussion of proper WR technique in regards to body posture and hand position was something you really don't see talked about in this level of detail and clarity.
So the name Randy Moss was used to catch eyeballs. Other than size, I see no connection between Hunter and Moss. Moss was a star the day he walked on an NFL field. This guy is coasting on size/natural ability on an NCAA team.
So you'd agree that something needs to be done to unlock his potential? Or do you think he is what he is, and he's never going to get any better or worse?
I'd like to also see his projected playmaker score. He has the potential for Moss/Green, but work ethic and attitude could make him Charles Rogers.
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