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From todays practice, who "looked the part" so to speak. What I mean is, who looked bigger, more cut, ect... For me it was John Fulton. Dude looked like he put on some good weight this offseason. So who ya got?
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Jabrill Peppers...More I watch, the more I'm convinced he is the best player in the 2014 class. Barring injury, he will do special things.
DWhite now looks like a legit SEC receiver.
I thought Ivory looked unchanged from last year which of course was a big improvement over his freshman year.
Fulton is bigger
Dickson has added good weight
Jesse Williams is a beast and was a beast before but I think he's leaned up a bit. Same thing with Fluker
This post was edited by RTR 65 on 8/3/2012 at 9:11 PM
I saw a post recently talking about Norwood putting on good weight and I agree. He looks to have the most muscle mass out of all the recievers. He had to gain at least 10lbs. And out of the freshman I would go with Cyrus Jones. There is a pic of him and Chris Black next to each other and he looks like he has already been in the program a few years.
I noticed Blake Sims, Fulton, and Lester as the ones that really stuck out.
But they all look incredibly built.
Quinton Dial and Cyrus really stood out bc they're tall, have a lot of mass, and are super lean. I know how hard that is!
Fulton looked to have added some really solid mass. DeAndrew White looked a little bigger to me. Jesse Williams is a no brainer. Fluke looks like a small tank and has REALLY transformed his body. He deserves every million he's going to get next year.
Among the freshmen Landon looked like Mark Barron did this past year. Maybe better which is wild. Eddie Williams looks phenomenal. I don't expect to see him much from 20 to 20 but I will bet my life he sees some red zone plays for his size and leaping ability. I think a year to refine his route running will make him a national player next year.
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