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Hearing some good stuff on Caleb Alves.
He consistently runs under a 4.6 and he’s nearly 6’4.
One opposing HS coach said he’s the most gifted athlete in the area.
Another HS coach compared him favorably to (actually said “better than”) a WR from the area who has signed with FSU in the last few years (not sure to whom he was referring).
This post was edited by Gene Hansen 18 months ago
Sounds like the Jags are getting a good one.Looks like he's been a solid commit for the Jags.He's grown a couple of inches.Wonder if he might wind up at TE ?
This post has been edited 2 times, most recently by jagfanmobile 18 months ago
He would have to really bulk up to be a TE. Hes a really good kid too. His parents were very nice this weekend on our visit. I was able to talk to them a lot and they were very nice. Im excited about this kid.
I would be concerned if bulking up for TE would effect his speed. I think with our offense, speed would trump size.
This post was edited by JT Crabtree 17 months ago
Class of '14. Go Jags! South in your Mouth!
He's really good at going up for the ball at it's highest point and bringing it down.
I think he stay at wideout and becomes a jump ball go-to-guy.
TE have to block DL and you need some weight for that. They usually block more than go out for a pass.
Not in our system at least. Hollinger and Saxton were almost always lined up at the inside slot going for passes.
Maybe thats why the QB was running for his life instead of getting passes off to open receivers and throwing interceptions?
Hopefully a young lad from north Alabama will help with that......... Although, our TEs did provide matchup issues when they were in the pattern. So it's a give and take.
IT'S OUR TIME! GO JAGS!!
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