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1 hour ago, fox said:

that is where he needs to starting taking reps at or defensive back if he wants to play.

Funny he is a QB at UT. Hmm

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14 hours ago, fox said:

that is where he needs to starting taking reps at or defensive back if he wants to play.

Why would the #2 DT QB in the nation be at any other position? That would be like having Secretariat pulling a buggy.

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RJ is going to be the future QB at Texas. Learning behind Sam and getting more coaching skys the limit. He had a lot of praise this week. 2 spring trainings 2 summers and one fall season before RJ will take field as a starter 

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2 hours ago, NDNation said:

Why would the #2 DT QB in the nation be at any other position? That would be like having Secretariat pulling a buggy.

ask jerrod heard.  he was the #2 dt qb high 4 star while johnson is the #2 low 4 star.

lots of good athletes change positions when they get to college.

the longhorns have better horses in the barn....... and more coming https://247sports.com/Player/Hudson-Card-46048769/

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8 hours ago, fox said:

ask jerrod heard.  he was the #2 dt qb high 4 star while johnson is the #2 low 4 star.

lots of good athletes change positions when they get to college.

the longhorns have better horses in the barn....... and more coming https://247sports.com/Player/Hudson-Card-46048769/

And lots of good athletes stay at the position that they were recruited to play. A lot of the foolish nonsense you’re saying about RJ was also said about Lamar Jackson when he was going to Louisville. We all see how that turned out. Unless you’ve been under a rock for the past few years, the NFL is quickly trending to QB’s like RJ who can run!

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On 1/4/2019 at 2:44 PM, fox said:

ask jerrod heard.  he was the #2 dt qb high 4 star while johnson is the #2 low 4 star.

lots of good athletes change positions when they get to college.

the longhorns have better horses in the barn....... and more coming https://247sports.com/Player/Hudson-Card-46048769/

That guy is listed at 167 pounds, he better get to eating before running against a college defense.

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9 hours ago, LEEROY Jenkinss said:

Hate to say it but the word is he will be a WR or DB.  That is crazy but he will dominate wherever he plays.

Literally no one has said that.

On 1/4/2019 at 9:32 PM, fox said:

that is where he needs to starting taking reps at or defensive back if he wants to play.

Texas has Buechele who is considering transferring for his final year of eligibility. Also Rising and Thompson are also considering transferring and are in the transfer portal to do so due to the emergence of Ehlinger as a viable QB. That would leave either this:

Scenario 1 :Ehlinger and Roschon

Scenario 2: More likely, 1.  Ehlinger, 2.Rising or Thompson, 3.Roschon

They wouldnt take a roschon at WR because they wouldnt have a 2019 QB in the class. No one skips a year and ignores the biggest position on your team. Makes absolutely no sense. What makes sense is you sit Roschon for a year or two, build his skill set and let him battle with Rising/Thompson in 2020 or 2021. That is literally the plan texas has laid out and it couldnt be more obvious. 

 

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On 1/4/2019 at 2:44 PM, fox said:

ask jerrod heard.  he was the #2 dt qb high 4 star while johnson is the #2 low 4 star.

lots of good athletes change positions when they get to college.

the longhorns have better horses in the barn....... and more coming https://247sports.com/Player/Hudson-Card-46048769/

Card is not a prototypical Tom Herman QB. RJ is a whole lot closer to what Herman looks for. 

 

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On 1/8/2019 at 4:40 PM, Jack Da Rabbit said:

Literally no one has said that.

Texas has Buechele who is considering transferring for his final year of eligibility. Also Rising and Thompson are also considering transferring and are in the transfer portal to do so due to the emergence of Ehlinger as a viable QB. That would leave either this:

Scenario 1 :Ehlinger and Roschon

Scenario 2: More likely, 1.  Ehlinger, 2.Rising or Thompson, 3.Roschon

They wouldnt take a roschon at WR because they wouldnt have a 2019 QB in the class. No one skips a year and ignores the biggest position on your team. Makes absolutely no sense. What makes sense is you sit Roschon for a year or two, build his skill set and let him battle with Rising/Thompson in 2020 or 2021. That is literally the plan texas has laid out and it couldnt be more obvious. 

 

like i said if he wants to play he needs to look at a position change.

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