Next years secondary

Submitted by TK on November 28th, 2018 at 1:34 PM

Gotta admit, it’s a little frightening. 

 I have always assumed that at least one of the corners would be returning next year, however it appears there is a lot of smoke about both leaving early. That leaves us with Thomas, who I don’t know really how well he has played so far, and then who? It would have to be a freshman who is never seen the fuel before. We return Metellus at safety, and then maybe Hawkins replaces Kinnel?

I’m not hitting the panic button necessarily, but I think next year we will find out just how good Dan Brown is.

Comments

PopeLando

November 28th, 2018 at 4:30 PM ^

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GhostofJermain…

November 28th, 2018 at 2:14 PM ^

All I did is repeat what JLew said to a few guys about Hill. 

 

I would expect to see Gray and Marick as starters or playing a ton next season.

Also, DHill is being mentioned as a Peppers type talent from day 1

Ambry is a starter, everything else will be decided in next 9 months.

cheers 

DonBrownStache

November 28th, 2018 at 1:36 PM ^

Dax Hill coming in, seems like a guy who could play right away. The Green brothers could make an impact as well, St.-Juste too. I wouldn't overreact too much, Zordich has done a good job developing the secondary. 

m_go_T

November 28th, 2018 at 5:11 PM ^

Based purely on speculation, but it seems like it's kind of getting late early for him.  I hope he and Villian fully recover and reach their potential next year.  I am more optimistic for Vilain, as BSJ hasn't played in a couple of years, came from Canada, doesn't have freakish athleticism (but has length), and wasn't really described as a technician. 

If I had to bet, Vilain will have an easier time cracking the starting rotation than BSJ. 

JPC

November 28th, 2018 at 1:37 PM ^

St Juste was supposed to be very good. I think he would be the leading candidate for #2 DB if both the current starters leave. 

The DBs have been consistently good (and helped by the DL's pass rushing ability), so I suspect they will be at least decent if the DL remains good. 

Regardless, next year the offense might have to actually win some games for us - and no 39 points isn't "enough". Enough is one point more than the defense allows.