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  • #31
    Hillman's hands are the same size as Miley Cyrus......just sayin.......that's where zee fumbles are coming from.....not too much you can do about coaching thru physical limitations such as tiny little hands.....

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    • #32
      Because he isn't gay?

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      • #33
        Originally posted by razorwire77 View Post
        I'm rarely bullish on individual UDFAs, but Bibbs is the real deal. Kid will have a real shot to make the active roster and could even work into the rotation with Ball (depending on how he assimilates into the offense.)
        Can he pick up a blitz? Looks to have pretty good vision and a decent compliment of power and football speed, baven't seen enough of him to know hi real strengths and weaknesses.

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        • #34
          Strengths Good initial quickness. Nice vision and balance. Has one-cut ability -- shows burst when he sticks his foot in the ground and gets upfield. Runs hard. Will be a 21-year-old rookie and has tread on his tires.

          Weaknesses Average power and tackle-breaking ability. Lacks extra gear to pull away. Questionable third-down ability -- minimal production/exposure as a receiver and pass protection needs work. Does not adjust to throws or catch naturally. Carries the ball loosely. One-year wonder. Showed he could be contained (Alabama, Boise St., Utah St.). Recorded a 29-inch vertical jump.

          Draft Projection Priority free agent

          Bottom Line Compactly built, productive, monotone runner lacking exceptional traits to distinguish himself from other recyclable backs. Would have been better served returning to school, if for no other reason than to improve in pass protection. Workout numbers could dictate draft value.
          http://www.nfl.com/draft/2014/profil...bbs?id=2543573

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          • #35
            "Showed that he could be contained (Alabama)"

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            • #36
              Originally posted by Action View Post
              No doubt.

              The hate for Hillman is ignorant. He's younger than some rookies this year. People here don't understand development.

              You'd think after what you saw from Moreno people would learn something. Nope. Dumbasses stay Dumbasses.

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              • #37
                Originally posted by razorwire77 View Post
                No doubt. The level of competition he racked up numbers against is suspect as well. AF was horrible last year. New Mexico had the worst defense in the country. Wyoming was horrible last year. Hawaii was arguably the worst team in the country last year. UTEP was one of the worst teams in the country last year.

                When you start breaking down his numbers against good teams
                Against Bama he had 5 carries for 12 yards.
                Against Boise he had 25 carries for 69 yards.
                Against Utah St he had 18 carries for 54 yards.
                Against SJSU he had 12 carries for 69 yards.

                60 carries for 204 yards 3.4 average
                All good points. I also always thought he ran too upright a lot of the time. He hits the hole well but he doesn't have breakaway speed. I guess the biggest positive on him is he doesn't have much tread on the tires having only played one season in college (because he had to go to Front Range CC to learn to read before he could enroll in classes at CSU).

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                • #38
                  A short review of the surprise undrafteds.
                  http://nfl.si.com/2014/05/11/jackson...d-free-agents/

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                  • #39
                    Originally posted by Bronco Boy View Post
                    All good points. I also always thought he ran too upright a lot of the time. He hits the hole well but he doesn't have breakaway speed. I guess the biggest positive on him is he doesn't have much tread on the tires having only played one season in college (because he had to go to Front Range CC to learn to read before he could enroll in classes at CSU).
                    He played JC prior to CSU.

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                    • #40
                      Originally posted by razorwire77 View Post
                      No doubt. The level of competition he racked up numbers against is suspect as well. AF was horrible last year. New Mexico had the worst defense in the country. Wyoming was horrible last year. Hawaii was arguably the worst team in the country last year. UTEP was one of the worst teams in the country last year.

                      When you start breaking down his numbers against good teams
                      Against Bama he had 5 carries for 12 yards.
                      Against Boise he had 25 carries for 69 yards.
                      Against Utah St he had 18 carries for 54 yards.
                      Against SJSU he had 12 carries for 69 yards.

                      60 carries for 204 yards 3.4 average
                      His first start was SJSU so I don't really count Bama and there was a brief by committee thing for a couple games after. Before that he was in the dog house for a bad fumble in the RMS. He was smacked down in the Utah St game for sure.

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                      • #41
                        Originally posted by Bronco Boy View Post
                        He caught 8 passes in his entire college career. Just sayin.
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                        • #42
                          Honestly, his name is ****ing Bibbs, you don't get drafted when you are named after the piece of polymer babies regurgitate on. If he had been called Zeus Veloricaptor Lightning we would be talking 2nd or 3rd round.

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                          • #43
                            Jeffcoat and Bailey to the Seahawks doesn't make me happy. They could turn into good pros there.

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                            • #44
                              Originally posted by Rohirrim View Post
                              A short review of the surprise undrafteds.
                              http://nfl.si.com/2014/05/11/jackson...d-free-agents/
                              In 2013, the 5-9, 212-pound Bibbs ran for 31 touchdowns, the highest total in the nation. Only three other college players have scored 30 or more touchdowns in a season — Barry Sanders, Navy’s Keenan Reynolds, and Monte Ball, who is now Bibbs’ teammate.
                              Ball and Bibbs. All they do is score TD's.

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                              • #45
                                Originally posted by JLesSPE View Post
                                Because turnovers are acceptable if your qb is someone other than Peyton Manning
                                Because he was the only QB to turn it over?

                                QB's touch the ball every snap, of course they'll have the highest amount of turnover on your offense.

                                Logic, try it.

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