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Damned fantastic. He will do unbelievable things before he leaves Bama
Never Gets Old
I feel like they are just two different receivers. Amari is more in the mold of AJ Green. I can't remember him dropping a pass he should have caught all season. Julio had a few drops at UA and has also had a few with the Falcons. Julio was a freak of an athlete though. II like them both and am glad they both chose to bring their talents to The University of Alabama.
"Yesterday is history. Tomorrow is a mystery. What we do TODAY makes a difference. The precious present moment.." - Nick Saban
Y'all have lost your marbles! Listen, cooper is great and I mean great, but he is NOT Julio! Just look at the winning TD tonight to Cooper...SINGLE CoVERAGE! Hate to break it to you fellows, but that don't happen to Julio. The guy was double covered his entire career. Not to mention he never had a QB like AJ in his career. Julio IS the best WR to ever suit up at Bama and its not even close. Don't forget the fact the guy was always banged up for the majority of his career. We will see next yer how good Cooper is next year when he faces double teams every play. You guys live in the now like a bunch of girls.
LOL. Don't hold back, man. Tell us how you really feel.
Bigcat is right. Coop is way better than i could have imagined but if Julio would have been covered 1 on 1 like coop we wouldnt b having this convo. Julio is doing Coop but hes doing it on sundays!
"We're modern-day gladiators, and that mental toughness is really important to have in a good team." Nick Saban
^^^ This ^^^
To be fair, it is only Amari's TF year; so we will have to see. I will put it this way
You have to have a long completion for a 1st down, all parts are the same except the go to WR. Who do you choose Amari or Julio?
Amari is the answer for me.
You have a big game and the rest from above holds, who do you choose?
I am still undecided on this b/c of Julio's blocking and impact as a leader. I am leaning Amari though. In terms of receiving, he is the best WR I have seen in my lifetime at Bama.
Cooper is a difference maker full if potential!
Right now I have to agree, but there is a long way to go in his career yet. If he does this for 2 more years then there is no doubt he will be the best receiver that ever put on the Crimson and White.
Don Hutson easily.
I remember a similar play Julio made against LSU his freshman year to put in a position to win that game. Also, Julio had to suffer through a mediocre John Parker Wilson his freshman year and a much more conservative offensive approach in 2009.
Don't get me wrong, great discussion and proud of both but if we're being fair, Cooper is getting a lot more opportunities to shine than Julio ever did at this point in his career.
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