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meansonny
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Not a very good history with Rsophmores and the NFL draft especially O Lineman.


You know something that I dont.

But it doesn't take much to dispel that Wilson was your typical true freshman.
He was covered up by Isaiah Wynn and Andrew Thomas.

Knowledgeable football people won't bat an eye as to that reason for the freshman redshirt (besides the obvious conditioning that Wilson went through).
As to the conditioning...Wilson is NFL ready right now. They dont care what his body was at 18 years old.


You either forgot this post or intentionally are ignoring it.

It seems like you are arguing with me when I agree with you on something.


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meansonny
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It isnt revisionist. It is a fact

WTF are you talking about it's about as far from a "fact" as you could possibly get


So it isnt a fact that Wilson redshirted behind 2 first round draft talents in 2017?

Do you know the definition of fact?
How about the definition of conjecture (I agree that Wilson could make $400k more per year on a 3 year contract by returning to college in 2020. But that is a guess. A theory. It might not happen since he will still be seen as a right guard (he currently is seen as one of the best draft eligible ones).
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djsdawg
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wasn't ready physically and freely admits it


And you think that’s why you think he can’t get drafted high or have a long career in the nfl? Because the Brooklyn boy wasn’t ready for the southern heat and humidity at age 18? That’s a nonsensical take.


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re: What will our secondary look like next year?
Has any one made this joke?

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What will our secondary look like next year?


Idk, probably black, about 5'11- 6'2 200 pounds.


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RD Dawg
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And you think that’s why you think he can’t get drafted high or have a long career in the nfl?


When did I ever say this? It was the main reason he was REDSHIRTED.I made it painfully clear.

Dude,you don't even know the difference between a Rsophmore and a Junior why are you even commenting on this subject?

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That’s a nonsensical take


You are the king of nonsensical takes.

BTW,I'm still waiting on that list of Rsophmore OL's...not Juniors.Amazingly idiotic attempt at a "gotcha" on your part.
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RD Dawg
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Brooklyn boy wasn’t ready for the southern heat and humidity at age 18?


He showed up 50lbs overweight and his own position coach said he wasn't a "factor'
But your take is that he "wasn't ready for
the southern heat'??
Don't ya think it was just a little bit more than that?

Geez,,do you actually believe your own BS?


RD Dawg
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So it isnt a fact that Wilson redshirted behind 2 first round draft talents in 2017


This is what you said originally and it's far from a "fact".You know exactly what you stated.

[quote]The redshirt was because of isaiah Wynn and Andrew thomas.
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djsdawg
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He damn sure wasn’t ready for the south, Per your own source;

It was an adjustment heat wise,” Wilson said. “It can get real humid out there, so you get tired, you can’t really breathe; it was a big adjustment.”

And you still haven’t discounted my point that the nfl isn’t gonna draft him lower and his career won’t be shorter because of the adjustments he had to make as an 18 year old freshmen.


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