That's my issue, too. We have heard for years how this new transfer or recruit, who hasn't played a down, will solve our problems, but it just hasn't panned out that way in reality. Most have been disappointments, including Manning (up until now). The USC RB seems like a solid addition, as does Toure, but until they get on the field I'm going to reserve penciling them in as major impact players. Fidone hasn't even stepped on a college football field yet, so I'm in wait and see mode with him. To summarize, I don't put a whole lot of faith in "projections" of what guys are going to do....college football history is full of players who never measured up to the hype, and we have had our fair share here at NU. Let's hope that turns around and these new additions are all studs and can move the Offense out of the sh!tshow it has been.....If we're talking stats (and I'm not going to dig in to this) but it would be interesting to know how many times Toure was targeted verses how many times Wandale was targeted, and whether or not the system Toure operated in highlighted the deep ball or short passes. It'll also be interesting to see how effective Toure might be after he gets his ribs crushed a few times going up for high passes. Again, I hope the kid does well. I hoped Manning would do well too but the hype surrounding him hasn't come to fruition.