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SOSFAN
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Blythewood
Member since Jun 2018
2033 posts

re: Joyner Position Change?
Joyner is 100% at the qb position right now.

AJ is getting " some" reps at db in case he is needed in a emergency. If he shows out the move would be permanent.

Jam is looking at nickel so we can put Horn on a corner. If that doesn't work look for him to provide depth at safety.
This post was edited on 2/28 at 8:20 am


UpstateCock2007
South Carolina Fan
Columbia, SC
Member since Mar 2009
7445 posts

re: Joyner Position Change?
Jam is a little guy for sure. I would also like to see him at PR/KOR or RB. He was pretty electric in high school with the ball in his hands.


SOSFAN
South Carolina Fan
Blythewood
Member since Jun 2018
2033 posts

re: Joyner Position Change?
He would get killed at rb.


UpstateCock2007
South Carolina Fan
Columbia, SC
Member since Mar 2009
7445 posts

re: Joyner Position Change?
I think he would be great on sweeps - maybe not a true RB, but get him out in space, swing passes, etc. Use him a little like WVU used Tavon Austin and Noel Devine.


SECUSC4
South Carolina Fan
Member since Jun 2018
1010 posts

re: Joyner Position Change?
bubble screens, sweeps, PR, and Kickoff would be fine. but if he cant reliably catch the ball than its useless. His best shot is just a safety thats a ball hawk. Idc how awesome you are, a 5'8 175lber vs big strong SEC receiver is like a bug hitting a windshield. I like him I just think he could be used better elsewhere at this point


I Bleed Garnet
Atlanta Braves Fan
Transplant in NYC/UofSC Grad
Member since Jul 2011
19166 posts

re: Joyner Position Change?
5-8 175 certainly would be better on the offensive side of the ball than defense.
There are plenty of very talented 5-8 175 RB/WRs in the NFL right now


mikeboss550
South Carolina Fan
Member since Apr 2013
8155 posts

re: Joyner Position Change?
Jam would be a great slot guy kinda like Ace was


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