If he ever does run. Then perhaps it gives him an extra 10 yards as no one can see him over the O line.
Meet #96 Jeremy Ross 5'5" 150 lb Freshman PK...he is a brave man...
Legends are being formed. I sense one coming here.
On a FG attempt, Hopkins will come in as a blocker. When this kid comes up to make the kick, he'll instead scoop it up, while Hopkins disengages from his block, comes around behind and scoops up the whole kid, football, kicker and all, and carries him into the end zone.
That kid is going to have to carry a signed statement from Rich Rod for the girls at the frat parties. I am assuming the 'I am on the football team" line is going to be a tough sell for him.
I would definitely like to have him as a FG and Extra Point holder He could be the guy moving the ball while the actual kicker fakes the heck out of a field goal. Anyone got a 40 time? He's gonna look like a penny on the railroad tracks after one hit, so I hope he's fast...
Is it just me or does he look like he's 45 years old and an accountant?
As anyone who has read Bo's Lasting Lessons can attest, players that dont fit the 'typical football player' mold (ie walkons) are often the guys who push the starters the best. He may be a foot shorter and 80 lbs lighter than me, but I wish him all the best.
Hagerup and Gibbons better bring their A game...
His nickname on the team is mouse.
I saw him yesterday from a distance and didn't trust my eyes. He definitely stood out, but I thought my perspective might be warped from all those beefy young men on the field. So I pulled out my roster and saw that he was 5'5" and 150 lbs.
I'll bet he's scrappier than hell.
He looks gritty to me, with a high football-IQ.
a Wes Welker-type possesion reciever, oh wait.
... is how large the numbers are relative to his torso...
I bet the numbers wrap around his sides if the jersey was pulled tight.
He needs a single digit number... then again - that might ruin the look he's after.
I'm about to give you a lesson in a low center of gravity.
I say make Tay Odoms stand next to him in every picture as he actually looks normal in comparison (although don't put an OL next to him because it is then ruined).
Dude, he's got a little bit of a Man Cameltoe in that pic...
Dorrestein looks like he could do curls with TayOdoms and Ross
150? Seems lofty
From Big House Blog
- 5"5 and 145 pounds
- Named Free Press Dream Team Kicker
- Associated Press Division 1/2 All State First Team
- 22/25 career field goals at Pioneer
- 8 career field goals over 40 yards
- Senior season was 9/10 in field goals and made all 48 PAT's
A player that size at kicker is one thing, but how about a 5'7" 248 lbs. DT? I saw Dominque Ware practicing with the D-Line on the BTN's Michigan practice thing the other day, and it was comical seeing him next to guys like Martin and Campbell.