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I'm jsut curious of everyone's opinion on these 2 WRs.
- What is everyone's opinion on the 2?
- How would you compare the 2?
- Who would you expect to start first?
- both solid WR's
- DRob is a home run threat. He's the type of WR that D's will have to cater to. Fulwood can stretch the field, but also work underneath as well.
- I think DRob starts as a tr fr as long as he picks up the playbook. Fulwood will play a lot IMO. You could make the argument that both are as talented or more talented than our current WR's.
"Who was your source? Church mice in here....." - Coach Muschamp
Both good WRs Fulwood didn't have a great season because of injuries.
Did y'all see that Robinson said he hadn't worked out since his season ended and still did awesome at the Army practices. Really like it that he's an EE.
Robinson is also supposed to be a good downfield blocker, especially for a HS kid.
"You're not a good guy, you go somewhere else. We'll play you. We'll beat you."
I'm not sure about Robinson but I live In Jacksonville and have watched Fulwood play may times. He is a red-zone nightmare. It will be tough for opposing DB's to cover him in the end-zone If you put the ball up high for him to catch.
I think D-Rob's impact will be more immediate considering his competition in HS, his experience at AA week, and the fact he's an EE. Fulwood's got similar talent, but he's more raw.
I love Ahmad Fulwood's ability. Glad he's a Gator.
That said, Robinson is on another level, IMO. No knock on Fulwood saying that.
I think DR has that wiggle in the open field both are good thou.Fulwood is more of Straight line guy to me glad we have both of them and can't wait to see them play
Fulwood's best attributes are his size and ball skills. He's got pillows for hands...very soft hands with natural pluck and tuck ability. Not the most explosive or physical guy (seems to go down too easily) but as mentioned, he should be a red zone/jump ball nightmare. He's like the football equivalent of a basketball player that "plays above the rim." I expect his contributions in the passing game to be similar to what Jordan Reed did. For comparison's sake, Fulwood reminds me a little of Sidney Rice.
Robinson pretty much has it all. Explosive, athletic, physical, ball skills, etc. He's a legit deep threat that can stretch the defense vertically and blow the lid off of coverages. Great burst and very sudden in/out of his breaks. D-Rob reminds me of an Amari Cooper or Malcolm Mitchell.
Very amari cooper-ish except bigger, same speed, advanced and natural route running.
He will be as good as our oc/ol/qb allow him to be, even in year 1. We need to have 5-8 plays a game just for him.
No more letting the defense keep 9 in the box with safety's only ten yards off the line. Biggest mistake we made all year imo. We MUST burn defenses when they blitz and/or crowd the line. The running and mid range passing game will improve ten fold if we do.
That's exactly right. Just the threat of what a guy like D-Rob presents forces a defense to account for him by rolling a safety/shading coverage to him, thus taking some stress off the OL/run game and creating 1on1 matchups for others. We don't have a WR like him that scares defenses with the exception of the seldom used Debose. D-Rob is an explosive playmaker that can affect the offense both directly and indirectly.
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