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    College offenses frustrate scouts

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    Re: College offenses frustrate scouts


    That's why teams that run pro style offenses, like USC get more guys drafted in the earlier rounds. They are simply more ready to play pro ball.

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    Re: College offenses frustrate scouts

    "PurpleTide" wrote:

    That's why teams that run pro style offenses, like USC get more guys drafted in the earlier rounds. They are simply more ready to play pro ball.
    Interesting point.

    I found it a bit curious that they say the WR's aren't ready.
    Seems the increased use of them would dictate that more are NFL ready.... :
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    Re: College offenses frustrate scouts

    "Marrdro" wrote:
    "PurpleTide" wrote:

    That's why teams that run pro style offenses, like USC get more guys drafted in the earlier rounds. They are simply more ready to play pro ball.
    Interesting point.

    I found it a bit curious that they say the WR's aren't ready.
    Seems the increased use of them would dictate that more are NFL ready.... :
    More complicated defenses in the NFL.

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    Re: College offenses frustrate scouts

    "PurpleTide" wrote:

    That's why teams that run pro style offenses, like USC get more guys drafted in the earlier rounds. They are simply more ready to play pro ball.
    A great coach has a lot to do with it.

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    Re: College offenses frustrate scouts

    "marstc09" wrote:
    "Marrdro" wrote:
    "PurpleTide" wrote:

    That's why teams that run pro style offenses, like USC get more guys drafted in the earlier rounds. They are simply more ready to play pro ball.
    Interesting point.

    I found it a bit curious that they say the WR's aren't ready.
    Seems the increased use of them would dictate that more are NFL ready.... :
    More complicated defenses in the NFL.
    Makes sense, however, the article said they don't run the complete tree.
    Guess they only have them run one or two routes regardless of what the D shows with the rationale in mind that one of them will get open.

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