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JUCO QB Terry Wilson to visit week of 11 December

Discussion in 'Recruiting' started by Big Red Shrine, Nov 14, 2017.

  1. Big Red Shrine

    Big Red Shrine Elite Poster 2 Year Member

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    Oklahoma kid, past NU commit, past Oregon enrollee, now JUCO QB in KS.

    Not ruling out current QBs, but I think SFs offense would be better served by a DT guy. Gebbia, POB, TL, in that order, might fit the bill, but this guy may be a quicker fix.

    https://247sports.com/Player/Terry-Wilson-57500
     
  2. ShortSideOption

    ShortSideOption All Big 10 5 Year Member

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    Frost is aware of him for sure from his commitment to Oregon. You also have Darlinton and grad transfers if you want them, but hopefully Frost knows about Jace Ruder down in Kansas if he gets the job.
     
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  3. davidadurNU

    davidadurNU Scout Team 10 Year Member

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    Of note: He committed to Oregon after us when Frost was the Offensive Coordinator. Well Frost recruited him anyways. He visited Oregon in September and committed that same weekend while Frost left for UCF in December. So they are well connected.

    If anything it will be interesting to see what happens. Personally I think we are best suited to stick with Lee in 2018 and then see what happens after that. I also have a lot of faith in Gebbia and he can be mobile if he has to be. I like POB a lot too, but he and Lee seem like the least fit for a spread type offense and he's behind Lee.
     
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  4. OldFatHerbie

    OldFatHerbie Recruit

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    Whoever can consistently make the quick throws to receivers in space will win whether that is a frosh, transfer or veteran. It would be nice to find a guy who can scramble (even if not well) as it can negate or just give us a chance on some busted offensive plays as we transition systems.
     
  5. Ellis Boyd Redding

    Ellis Boyd Redding Travel Squad 2 Year Member

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    Wouldn't that be something.
     
  6. canadianhusker

    canadianhusker Red Shirt 10 Year Member

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    i want someone that can throw first run second. we don't need another athlete playing QB that can't hit an open receiver. Gebbia looked pretty legit in the spring game (yes it was only the spring game). hopefully he's still here next spring.
     
  7. Big Red Shrine

    Big Red Shrine Elite Poster 2 Year Member

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    I'm guessing there will be no shortage of fans dropping Jace Ruder knowledge on Frost the second he gets hired. That's an aspect of his job I certainly won't envy.
     
  8. ShortSideOption

    ShortSideOption All Big 10 5 Year Member

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    Ya he's going to have all sorts of people in his ear, he already does. I haven't talked to him since Eichorst got fired.
     
  9. Big Red Shrine

    Big Red Shrine Elite Poster 2 Year Member

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    I'm concerned Lee limits SFs offense a bit. It's not that we don't call runs for him, it's that he doesn't seem to want to run at all. With our roster as it is now, I think POB or Gebbia (or Darlington) are better suited to give Frost more of his playbook. Entirely possible Wilson can't make enough throws, but SF probably knows the kid's abilities and limitations better than most. Will be tell tale if he doesn't try for him at all.

    Possible MR and DLs biggest personnel mistake was not getting a JUCO or grad transfer QB in year 1 or 2. Could have divided the locker room, yes, but too much was asked of TA in the passing game. I'd rather not see the square peg in a round offense again.
     
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  10. wheat

    wheat Red Shirt 2 Year Member

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    I tend to think Lee is least viable choice in Frost's offense. His lack of mobility is just too much of a limitation. I think there's adaptability in that offense but that's a lot of the playbook to leave on the shelf because it's not just the rushing yardage but the options in the offense predicated on that run threat.
     
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  11. Huskerpilk

    Huskerpilk Junior Varsity 5 Year Member

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    Don’t think Darlington will not play qb at NU.
     
  12. Native

    Native ToungeInCheek since 2010 5 Year Member

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    There are snap holding responsibilities to consider here too....
     
  13. All 'N' 011808

    All 'N' 011808 Former Walk-on

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    Exactly why no snap decisions should be made at this time.
     
  14. Nehunter88

    Nehunter88 Red Shirt 2 Year Member

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    Speaking of that. Darlington missed the Purdue game, did not travel with the team, because he was sick. Then I noticed the following week he was not holding for extra points then either. Thought it was odd being sick two weeks in a row. Then I looked at the participation chart from the Minnesota game and saw he was not listed again. Armstrong has been holding, and I see he is on the participation chart for Minnesota.

    So wonder what has kept Darlington out for 3 weeks, and no one has mentioned anything. At least I haven't seen anything.
     
  15. All 'N' 011808

    All 'N' 011808 Former Walk-on

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    All that has been mentioned is he was out with an illness the last three weeks.
     

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