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I think some of the sites have categorized him as pro-style too if that means anything.
He is a passer that can get a first down with his feet, also very big.
Good to see this season has taught our fans not to buy into the hype too early.
Not a Braxton Miller type. Definitely a passer first with the ability to scramble for yards and too big for smallers CBs/Ss to drag down.
I love when I see people calling for him to start next year.
"Put your mother in a straight-jacket you punk ass white boy." ~ Mike Tyson
Who has said that?
people in other threads. seen it quite a bit in game threads.
People already saying MD is too loyal to seniors cause he won't start Terry over Maxwell.
Is he actually going to be a dual-threat QB or is he just a somewhat mobil QB? Everyone kept saying that Maxwell was going to finally bring some mobility to the QB position but that never came to fruition. I know he isn't going to be Vick or RG3, but are we expecting him to be an actual dual-threat?
It had been a wonderful evening and what I needed now, to give it the perfect ending, was a little of the Ludwig Van.
He's said himself that he considers himself pro style.
Cook and O'Connor are dual-threats. Look at their HS tapes. It's pretty clear. Cook ran the option, if that's not clear I don't know what is. I don't know what the sudden obsession with a dual-threat qb is. Are these the same people who always wanted to see Nichol or Cousins? The best QB will win the job. Maxwell has a cannon, and a good head on his shoulders, he's not a statue, but he's not going to beat you with his feet. I'm excited for the future, but I'm also excited to see Maxwell develop as the starting QB.
Dual threat is the flavor of the week with Braxton/Manziel/Klein/etc. People think a fast QB will completely negate a terrible OL and drops by receivers.
I guess it depends on your definition of dual threat. To me, I take it pretty literal. The QB is a threat to throw or run. In his senior year Terry carries the ball 7-8 times a game averaging 42 yards/game. He's had two 75+ yard games and some 40+ yard runs. He's a pocket passing QB who can burn you with his feet if you let him. To me, a pass first dual threat QB is the scariest kind.
To expand on that, do you really consider Denard dual threat? To me, that's more of a wildcat then a dual threat QB.
This post was edited by locd32 20 months ago
I'm going to worry about if Roushar is going to back and where Narduzzi is going to go to get away from the idiocy! Then I'll worry about a qb who's not going to play for another two to three years. (By which time we may have progressed OR lost it all and be back wandering in the wilderness).
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Can he bring his OC?
Exactly what I was thinking
Glad to see many of those passes being caught by Delton Williams. Hopefully a lethal combination for years to come in the Green and White!
Brady Hoke is fat.
no kidding he can catch and run.
Play those two next year and develop the pair for the next 4 years, kind of like cousins, BJ, and Martin.
at this point if Maxwell does not show major improvement in leadership and confidence by game 2, I would rather see MSU develop and QB than stumble through another season offensively without a QB that can be a spark for the offense.
ND started Golson..... as a RS freshman and they are #1
This post was edited by 262108420A 20 months ago
collin klein is not Fast neither was stanton.
Terry is probably a 4.7 guy. You dont need blazing speed to be an effective running qb.
Don't worry, Roushar will turn him into a pocket QB who is afraid to scramble.
Why not start a true frosh if he's the best option? Other teams do it all the time. Matt Barkley, Robert Griffin III, Chad Henne, Terrelle Pryor, Matt Stafford, Josh Freeman and Brady Quinn just to name a few recent ones.
Correct, Drew ran a 4.7 and from film I've seen Terry has that kind of athleticism but not WOW athleticism.
The second play was far more creative than anything we have seen from Roushar this year. As other posters have asked can we bring his OC too?
a year in the weight room with mannie will do wonders for the kid
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