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    Quote Originally Posted by ManAboutTown View Post
    Lewis RS in 2018
    This post demonstrates that you have absolutely NO clue.

    Lewis convinced the coaching staff last year to remove his red shirt
    because he is a "student" athlete who knows the primary reason he is here - to get an education. He has unequivically made it clear that he will graduate in 4 years - red shirt not in play.

    With this said, it appears that none of the rest of your QB analysis is really in play.

    How about we let this new coaching staff do the evaluations and we may get a glimpse of their thoughts at the spring game!!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by zephyr View Post
    At some point, a player's development has to include their actual growth from hard work, preparation and training. Based on reports we've heard for years, I don't think his lack of progression is all on the coaches. I'm sure Hud's staff would have loved having him step up and be the next Broadway. While I think the kid has some tools and I really anticipate him having a solid senior year and being our starter, I just think there have been things that he's done on his own that have kept him from being the player he could be.
    Interesting. Bet he doesn't play if he doesn't get to work now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by zephyr View Post
    At some point, a player's development has to include their actual growth from hard work, preparation and training. Based on reports we've heard for years, I don't think his lack of progression is all on the coaches. I'm sure Hud's staff would have loved having him step up and be the next Broadway. While I think the kid has some tools and I really anticipate him having a solid senior year and being our starter, I just think there have been things that he's done on his own that have kept him from being the player he could be.
    I agree with this. 56% completion when you rarely let the ball travel more than 10 yards is not good. He has to avoid negative plays and get his completion percentage up at least 5%. If he does it he can probably win and keep the starters job.

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    Lewis hit campus already having achieved 12 hours of college credit. That was part of the reason he said he'd graduate in four years.


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    Quote Originally Posted by CajunVic View Post
    This post demonstrates that you have absolutely NO clue.

    Lewis convinced the coaching staff last year to remove his red shirt
    because he is a "student" athlete who knows the primary reason he is here - to get an education. He has unequivically made it clear that he will graduate in 4 years - red shirt not in play.

    With this said, it appears that none of the rest of your QB analysis is really in play.

    How about we let this new coaching staff do the evaluations and we may get a glimpse of their thoughts at the spring game!!!!!
    Lmao. The funny thing is, you prefaced your OPINION with "you have no clue".

    Here's a load of truth for you bud, no knows. As far as I can tell, Levi doesn't fit what Napier has a track record of running.

    LL being a good student means absolutely nothing. The best QB is going to play. And right now, Lewis would be 4th on that list.

    It would behoove LL to sit a year. A great disservice was done to him last year, regardless of what he wanted at the time. He's a kid, he's a player. He wants to play.

    But he wasn't, and still isn't ready.

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    Quote Originally Posted by talktomewillis View Post
    Lewis hit campus already having achieved 12 hours of college credit. That was part of the reason he said he'd graduate in four years.
    I wasn't sure if he got here or early or not but thought i remembered him already being way ahead of schedule. I don't see this as being a big deal at all. If he is good enough to start and the coaches want him, that's what will happen. If he sits the entire year as 3rd strong then he "redshirted" If he uses a year of eligibility up by getting in the game sparingly and that's what the coaches want, no big deal either because he won't be here for 5 years. He plans to be gone in 2-3 years and he has 4 years to play 3...what's the problem?

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    Quote Originally Posted by crazycajun View Post
    I wasn't sure if he got here or early or not but thought i remembered him already being way ahead of schedule. I don't see this as being a big deal at all. If he is good enough to start and the coaches want him, that's what will happen. If he sits the entire year as 3rd strong then he "redshirted" If he uses a year of eligibility up by getting in the game sparingly and that's what the coaches want, no big deal either because he won't be here for 5 years. He plans to be gone in 2-3 years and he has 4 years to play 3...what's the problem?
    Exactly

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    MAT is -fumble- because he has no clue. He refuses to understand that the concept of a "redshirt" year has no application to "this" student athlete.

    That, in itself, diminishes the balance of his evaluation of the QB's on this team and where each of their attributes will play out under this new coaching staff.

    Don't write off the sleepers in this group, one of which may be Lewis.

    Only time will tell.


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    Quote Originally Posted by CajunVic View Post
    MAT is ____ hurt because he has no clue. He refuses to understand that the concept of a "redshirt" year has no application to "this" student athlete.

    That, in itself, diminishes the balance of his evaluation of the QB's on this team and where each of their attributes will play out under this new coaching staff.

    Don't write off the sleepers in this group, one of which may be Lewis.

    Only time will tell.
    No dipsht, I just have the ability to use deductive reasoning. Just because LL is ahead of schedule, that doesn't mean a red shirt year is completely off of the table. He could decide at any time to take less credit hours and stay in school a full term. Hell, he could transfer. He could also attend grad school here and still have eligibility.

    If his goal is to graduate early and get out into the corporate world, then A) he's already behind the 8 ball because he isn't starting this year and B) football really isn't his priority.

    Which is totally fine.

    I'm sorry I offended you, Mr. Lewis.. uhh I mean, CajunVic..

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    Quote Originally Posted by crazycajun View Post
    I wasn't sure if he got here or early or not but thought i remembered him already being way ahead of schedule. I don't see this as being a big deal at all. If he is good enough to start and the coaches want him, that's what will happen. If he sits the entire year as 3rd strong then he "redshirted" If he uses a year of eligibility up by getting in the game sparingly and that's what the coaches want, no big deal either because he won't be here for 5 years. He plans to be gone in 2-3 years and he has 4 years to play 3...what's the problem?
    Which is why we don't feel he'll redshirt.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ManAboutTown View Post
    Just my thoughts.

    1. Harrison
    2. Davis
    3. Nunez

    There will be no other QBs on the squad. Ray either moves positions or transfers (but honestly, I don't see him as a slot receiver or tail back, and he doesn't have the hips or instincts to play DB). Arceneaux may stay on the team, but he will not retain scholarship.
    You have gotten so hung up on "Lewis" and you have failed to accept the clue that I have used your deductive reasoning as to Lewis to show that you have absolutely no clue about the rest of the QB situation under this new coaching staff.

    Unbelievable how deductive reasoning can come to bite you on the --- when you really have no clue.

    Deductive Reasoning Full Circle!!!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by CajunVic View Post
    You have gotten so hung up on "Lewis" and you have failed to accept the clue that I have used your deductive reasoning as to Lewis to show that you have absolutely no clue about the rest of the QB situation under this new coaching staff.

    Unbelievable how deductive reasoning can come to bite you on the --- when you really have no clue.

    Deductive Reasoning Full Circle!!!!!!
    Top 10 dumbest post in RP history. Congrats.

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    Quote Originally Posted by zephyr View Post
    Which is why we don't feel he'll redshirt.
    But it just doesn't matter was my point. If he is 3rd string and never plays because he isn't good enough, then he essentially redshirted. I don't see this staff playing musical QB's. He we either win the job or be needed by necessity due to injury or won't play at all. If he never plays a snap you use his redshirt year just in case. If you need him you play him.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ManAboutTown View Post
    Top 10 dumbest post in RP history. Congrats.
    Now this is really, really, really, really, really, really, really, really, really, really, really, really, really, really funny.

    When you have no clue and your primise is dead wrong, PUNT. Darn, I thought we were talking about QB's.

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    Stop it! You guys are making our fan RPI go down!

    Seriously, this analysis of our QBs is kind of weak. I know we're in the football off season and you're getting bored and curious... but I don't think anyone on here knows who Napier's 1, 2, 3 or 4 is going to be. No QB has blown everyone else out of contention from past performance. Every one of them is shedding the Hud cloud (and I believe a lot of what transpires with QB development is connected to the relationship with the coaching staff).

    Napier doesn't even come close to approaching QBs the way Hud did. It's almost a diametrically opposed approach from this thread article. Who knows from among the top 4 who will end up flourishing under a new commander and chief? Answer: None of us


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    Quote Originally Posted by CajunVic View Post
    Now this is really, really, really, really, really, really, really, really, really, really, really, really, really, really funny.

    When you have no clue and your primise is dead wrong, PUNT. Darn, I thought we were talking about QB's.
    What's funny is how personally you're taking someone's opinion on a message board.

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    Default Re: Napier on UL QBs: 'It's about who can win the team over'

    THANKS


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    Quote Originally Posted by Just1More View Post
    Stop it! You guys are making our fan RPI go down!

    Seriously, this analysis of our QBs is kind of weak. I know we're in the football off season and you're getting bored and curious... but I don't think anyone on here knows who Napier's 1, 2, 3 or 4 is going to be. No QB has blown everyone else out of contention from past performance. Every one of them is shedding the Hud cloud (and I believe a lot of what transpires with QB development is connected to the relationship with the coaching staff).

    Napier doesn't even come close to approaching QBs the way Hud did. It's almost a diametrically opposed approach from this thread article. Who knows from among the top 4 who will end up flourishing under a new commander and chief? Answer: None of us
    THANKS J1M

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    Quote Originally Posted by Just1More View Post
    Stop it! You guys are making our fan RPI go down!

    Seriously, this analysis of our QBs is kind of weak. I know we're in the football off season and you're getting bored and curious... but I don't think anyone on here knows who Napier's 1, 2, 3 or 4 is going to be. No QB has blown everyone else out of contention from past performance. Every one of them is shedding the Hud cloud (and I believe a lot of what transpires with QB development is connected to the relationship with the coaching staff).

    Napier doesn't even come close to approaching QBs the way Hud did. It's almost a diametrically opposed approach from this thread article. Who knows from among the top 4 who will end up flourishing under a new commander and chief? Answer: None of us
    AT this point, we way past name calling etc. I don't mean this to pick a fight with either of ya ll fellas at all. But , tomorrow is a new beginning and lets get along. In fighting does nothing for all our common cause. To get the F out of the sunbelt and progress!! In Napier we trust. Our BB team is kicking A%% and taking names, Robe's ballers about to tee it up, softball about to kick off, SOOO MUCH to look forward too.

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    I have no animus whatsoever.
    I gave my opinion, and LL's Dad got in his feelings.

    I'll say again, no one KNOWS what Nape will do.


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