I'm not sure if this was covered on the Devin Gardner thread (there are 143 replies, of which I did not read all) but I was reading some articles on scout the past couple of days all of which stated the dramatic improvement to Devin Gardner's throwing motion over the past few weeks. Given his propensity to keep growing (reported at 6'5" 230 lbs. by TJBeaver, with common thought having him at 6'5" 210-215 lbs.),his rapidly improving throwing ability (his achilles heel) and his impressive performances at recent camps, many people have him slated to move up in the rankings and possibly pick up a 5th star.
That raises my question, how long do you think it will be before Devin puts all of the physical tools together and is able to overcome Tate as the starting quarterback?
I think that he needs a redshirt year, and might be on par with Tate (at that point) by his RS-Sophmore year. However, given that Tate will be a senior by then I find it difficult to imagine Rodriguez starting* DG over Tate, which leaves his RS-Junior and RS-Senior years to wow us all. What do you guys think?
*I think that he will see playing time, much like I expect Denard to see this year
Note: This wasn't meant to be "who's better, DG is da shiznit, Tate suckzzzz." It was simply meant to mirror the thought that many people are starting to develop EXTREMELY high expectations for DG (TJBeaver is starting to throw out the term potential College AA)