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    Default Receivers next year

    Several young receivers will see some playing time next year. Jernigan, Reeves, Jarboe, Gill, Silvoy, Bruce etc will get some help from


    *** WR ANTHONY WILLIAMS (R-Fr.)




    *** WR/RB GREG PRATT (R-Fr.)




    *** WR/RB KHARY FRANKLIN (Fr.)




    and if he keeps his commitment:

    **** WR BRETT MONCRIEF (JUCO)



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    Can't wait to see them play for us next year...

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    Patrick Cherry has steadily improved this season as well.
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    I know we have several QBs with legs, I just hope we have one with a terrific arm. I am looking forward to the stable of really good receivers we have, but they will be wasted if we can't get them the ball.

    I am looking forward to spring ball to see what kind of arm Cory Robinson and the new JC QB have.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NWFLTrojan View Post
    I know we have several QBs with legs, I just hope we have one with a terrific arm. I am looking forward to the stable of really good receivers we have, but they will be wasted if we can't get them the ball.

    I am looking forward to spring ball to see what kind of arm Cory Robinson and the new JC QB have.
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    It looks like everyone but Adams and Franks is scheduled to return. There are alot of familiar names on the depth chart, however I have not paid attention to how much or how well they have played this year.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NWFLTrojan View Post
    I know we have several QBs with legs, I just hope we have one with a terrific arm. I am looking forward to the stable of really good receivers we have, but they will be wasted if we can't get them the ball.

    I am looking forward to spring ball to see what kind of arm Cory Robinson and the new JC QB have.
    We are going to realize next year just how good Levi has been for us the last year and a half.
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    There are a couple of grayshirts that will be included in that number. I believe that JH will be the #1 QB during the spring. Either him or DP. Yes, we may run the zone read a little more, but I don't think the production will be off by a great deal. Hampton has had time to learn to read coverages more since being hurt. If he limits his turnovers, we keep getting better...

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