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    Ideal Boomer first name would be Starberry.
    ......"Forever"......wondering why he left HC and that could be when Barry Wilson retired.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RaginDave View Post
    Smallish size. But two years playing at rummel plus he started at holy cross before that. Could be a good one.
    About the size of Drew Brees. :-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Boomer View Post
    ......"Forever"......wondering why he left HC and that could be when Barry Wilson retired.
    I heard the HC side of the story. They were not happy about his departure. The kid can definitely play. It will be interesting to see how he does this year in the Catholic League.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ManAboutTown View Post
    For those waiting on Napier to start landing big time recruits, this is a very nice start at QB. Top 30 pro style QB with a ton of upside. Well built kid, very intelligent and a person that for whatever reason seems to love our football program. Sky is the limit.
    He may be "smallish" today. However, he still has a whole senior year to play. Earliest he would see the field for us is over 15 months away. Plenty of time to make his body stronger.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rainman66 View Post
    36th ranked Pro Style QB in the Country


    ITS HAPPENING !!!!!!!!!!


    and, for all you guys commenting about height, 6'0" > 5'9"

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    Quote Originally Posted by CajunNation View Post


    ITS HAPPENING !!!!!!!!!!


    and, for all you guys commenting about height, 6'0" > 5'9"
    and in 18 months, 6' could well be 6' 2" or 6' 3"

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    Quote Originally Posted by CajunVic View Post
    and in 18 months, 6' could well be 6' 2" or 6' 3"
    Exactly and here is probably the most important aspect of this commitment, he is out of the New Orleans area. He is a Juluke recruit and that bodes well for our classes going forward. And don't be surprised to see this kid pick up other offers from staff's that think they can sway him from his UL Commitment.

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    My favorite part of the announcement is that he wants to start recruiting other players now.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Rainman66 View Post
    My favorite part of the announcement is that he wants to start recruiting other players now.
    Yes, that's how you build good classes. They recruit each other at summer camps and 7 vs 7 ball during the summer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CajunT View Post
    Exactly and here is probably the most important aspect of this commitment, he is out of the New Orleans area. He is a Juluke recruit and that bodes well for our classes going forward. And don't be surprised to see this kid pick up other offers from staff's that think they can sway him from his UL Commitment.
    T, I can't believe you like this commit. He's a white QB. (sarcasm off).

    Too soon?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rougarou View Post
    T, I can't believe you like this commit. He's a white QB. (sarcasm off).

    Too soon?
    LOL!!! I like the fact that he can throw all passes and is athletic enough to run, or move in the pocket. I've never had a criteria of skin color for QB's, just whether or not they fit the scheme you want to run.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CajunT View Post
    LOL!!! I like the fact that he can throw all passes and is athletic enough to run, or move in the pocket. I've never had a criteria of skin color for QB's, just whether or not they fit the scheme you want to run.
    He definitely delivered some really good balls in that hudl tape. Threw well from the pocket and showed good feet escaping the pocket and extending the play. Looks like he can throw pretty accurately off balance and on the run.

    Plus, you have to love the attitude based on what he has said.

    He actually looked taller than 6'0 on the tape.

    Rummel looks like they have some very athletic receivers too.

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    Impressive instincts.

    Very smooth in the pocket.

    Very accurate.

    Some guys play 3 inches taller than they are. He's one of those. Non-issue. I had to remind myself I was watching a 15 year old play QB.


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    Reminds me a lot of Sean Santos from Holy Cross....hopefully he'll have a much better college career.

    http://lafootballmagazine.com/region...otball-career/


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    Quote Originally Posted by Ray Finkle View Post
    Reminds me a lot of Sean Santos from Holy Cross....hopefully he'll have a much better college career.

    http://lafootballmagazine.com/region...otball-career/
    I see a lot more of Chase Fourcade in Fields, maybe a little stronger arm. He is very similar in the way he sets up in the pocket and scrambles.


    http://americansportsnet.com/southla...chase-fourcade

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    Quote Originally Posted by CajunT View Post
    I see a lot more of Chase Fourcade in Fields, maybe a little stronger arm. He is very similar in the way he sets up in the pocket and scrambles.


    http://americansportsnet.com/southla...chase-fourcade
    Good analogy

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    Quote Originally Posted by CajunNation View Post
    Football player right there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CajunT View Post
    I see a lot more of Chase Fourcade in Fields, maybe a little stronger arm. He is very similar in the way he sets up in the pocket and scrambles.


    http://americansportsnet.com/southla...chase-fourcade
    reminds me a little of former stAte QB Corey Leonard. The only thing I see from his video that I am sure will improve is staring down receivers. College DB's are going to be much faster than HS guys. He will have to get better at looking down at his 2nd and 3rd options and not just immediately throwing to his first option. I realize that some of you have seen him live and have seen more than the few minutes of video, but that is the only weakness that I saw on video, the other thing is and this is nitpicking is that he seemed to throw off his back foot a few too many times. That will get you in trouble in D-1 football.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CajunT View Post
    Exactly and here is probably the most important aspect of this commitment, he is out of the New Orleans area. He is a Juluke recruit and that bodes well for our classes going forward. And don't be surprised to see this kid pick up other offers from staff's that think they can sway him from his UL Commitment.
    I think, in regards to this entire staff, I'm most excited about getting Juluke here to see what kind of recruiting in roads he can make in the NOLA area. We all know he is known to be a solid recruiter there and we also know we've not done particularly well there.

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