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I have seen several people say they wish Eddie Williams would either get placed on offense or defense one and be left alone to learn a position, while I agree you do have to take into account that the reason he was moved from WR in the 1st place was because we lost Jarrick Williams in the preseason and needed another DB for depth. If Jarrick didn't get injured I don't believe EW would have been moved. Also EW is a big guy and we need a big guy at WR while we have several big Safetys. I think with the influx of spread offenses on our schedule I look for Saban and company to recruit more corner type DBs to go with our bigger safetys.
I wouldn't be surprised to see him play against ND, if needed
This post was edited by gmc42 19 months ago
He looks like a WR to me.
If he can't play corner, I don't care where he plays. That's the only position we need major help at.
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I agree with you that cover guys are the greatest need for Alabama. Or maybe a franchise tackle.
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Lucky, did EW redshirt this year, at least so far? Do you think we burn a RS in the BCS Championship game, it's hard to imagine that we would? What Franchise tackle are we in play for this year, Tunsil? What about Franchise type of Corner back(s)? TIA and RTR
Well, I'm still counting Tunsil in there.
Just hard to think he wouldn't want to come where he can win big AND basically have a starting spot waiting for him year 2 on campus if he is half as good as adverised.
That's kind of why I have felt good about him. Makes too much sense.
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