nbk35zw wrote:Mr. English has a name I agree with: Sean Renfree.
Like him too. Here's a good article breaking down his bowl game performance. http://www.footballoutsiders.com/future ... an-renfree
And a quote that obviously stands out;
What I love about this throw is the placement just outside the cornerback, who is recovering just in time to undercut the pass. The ball arrives on time, but the tight end drops this pass after contact.
This 29-yard pass hits the tight end’s hands after Renfree drops it over the defender flashing underneath. While the replay shows that the pass was possibly thrown a split-second late, this was still a very good throw from an off-balance position that he’ll have to make in the NFL in similar down-and-distance situations while facing similar pressure.
These are the types of passes I saw Russell Wilson make at N.C. State.
He looks pretty "meh" to me. Guy had all kinds of time behind the line of scrimmage but most of his throws were short outs. Some of his throws he sets his receivers up to get killed and he telegraphs his deep throws, hence the INTs, and almost INTs against a mediocre defense. Plus he has a tell, right before the snap, he starts to lean back. No pocket awareness, should have had a grounding call and at the end of the game gets clocked, throws an INT and then rolls around on the ground like he's hurt. Was he hurt? Maybe, but it didn't look like that big of a hit.
His deep throws are risky and that throw to the TE only looked good because the TE pushed off.
I'll stick with my guy Rodgers who makes good decisions under pressure.
Edit: Watch Renfree in his what? 3rd or 4th year vs a Cincinatti defense, then watch Jordan Rodgers in his 2nd year against a Florida defense with Sharif Floyd and Elam. Especially watch him at 3:45
And his TE #6 at 3:15 and later, I like that guy.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GtiqnCF5a9s