Stephen Y

June 6th, 2014 at 2:46 PM ^

I went to Brother Rice (graduated in '05) and I'm almost 100% certain that students could not graduate early. Heck, probably half of us had the requirements fulfilled to graduate early if it was possible. Either this is new or I'd question the veracity (or should I say voracity) of Allen Trieu's tweet.


June 6th, 2014 at 12:22 PM ^

I figured we wouldn't offer a scholarship to the younger Ojemudia, but I was hopeful he'd come here as a preferred walk on.  He could be a solid player.  


June 6th, 2014 at 12:57 PM ^

Gotta admit that when I was watching Malzone's film he looked even more impressive than Shane (who has very impressive film). Granted people will disagree but at a minimum, I think he's the same caliber player that Shane is. But if I were watching their film without knowing their names or backgrounds and had to pick one, I'd go with Malzone. 

Space Coyote

June 6th, 2014 at 1:46 PM ^

But to say his film looks better than Morris's... I don't think so.

Look, Malzone may end up better than Morris. Neither QB coming into college are/were without their flaws. Very different flaws, but nonetheless. But Morris strengths were built for highlight tapes. Cannon arm, fit the ball into tight windows, a bit better athlete, great rotation, a throw that really pops. And at the end of the day you can cut out all the mistakes he made in the process (which decision making and consistency were his big issues). So on a tape, all you see is a QB that looks like Brett Favre.

So, I can get on the same level as someone believing Malzone's intangibles and some of his skill set are better suited, but you'll find very few QBs that have better highlight tapes than Morris (Malzone is not one of them, for better or for worse). Highlight tapes are exactly why he was a 5 star, their built for guys like him.


June 7th, 2014 at 3:56 AM ^

but having three qbs of this caliber ensuring that no. 1 has to continuously prove he's just that on a daily basis can do nothing less than raise both his level of play and confidence both. Proving you're the top gun in this four man group is proving a whole hell of a lot. I'm certain the entire offense will take note.


June 6th, 2014 at 12:58 PM ^

Don't dream but if I'll play. I dream that taco charlton is the next Julius peppers. Frank Clark finally plays every snap to his potential. Mo Hurst, Pipkens, Poggi, Henry all are very good to great and Dymonte Thomas becomes an All American.


June 7th, 2014 at 10:28 AM ^

He reminds me of Drew Brees. I really like the way this staff evaluates QBs. And I you gotta love how much Malzone recruited himself to Michigan.