Ahlers is interesting to me

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His resume certainly passes the eye test.....
Have to remember that he played in the AAC against only two teams that were respected on the national level. He had a couple of good game against Cincinnati and a couple of serious duds against them. He had a couple of decent games against Tulane and two really good ones. He did play Houston three times and had one good game of the three. All of his other games were poor against power five schools.

Edit to add, I do think he can play in this league as a solid backup. I see the potential, but he does seem like he will be caught by the defensive starters when he runs. His mechanics are poor. He is a project for at least a couple of seasons.
 
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