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Hack now a 99 and number 14 overall.
Name your price if someone gives a link of senior film.
Here's a brief video from their game vs. Woodberry.
The Blue Devils offense scores four TDs on the Tigers with quarterback Christian Hackenberg hitting receivers Austin Stone and Chrystian Brown for a pair of TDs each.
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If they measured intangibles, both he and AB would be 100's
Looking at the new top 247, just wondering if we can get Derwin Gray to give us another look.
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From what I heard in the past few months in Maryland, there isn't a shot for PSU.
Wow.. The way he dropped that last pass in the receiver's lap! Mother of god!!
While we're talking about old recruits, what happened to Delando Johnson?
We are obviously huge fans of Hack.
He's just so natural from drop to release. He has the feet, agility/athleticism, fast arm, arm strength, etc...that is going high in the NFL drafts.
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Guessing y'all saw his Sr film. One thing I really wanted to see was what was the difference in him after getting all these coaching at camps and ect from his Jr year to Sr year. What I loved about Hack was he had never been coached by a QB coach going into his Sr year....
Agree, he also has the high-ceiling. Just keeps progressing, agree.
With QB's there are so many variables that have to be proven out on the next level IMO. He still has some of those unknowns, but he's starting from a really good spot IMO.
The big Q, does he anticipate and have the pure QB feel to go with the rest at the next level with the walls close in quicker, and the coverages/windows are tighter and require the true anticipation/feel. A Q nearly every QB has to prove under the gun to know for certain IMO.
Thanks for stopping by Gerry.
from a mobility stand point would you say hes more or less mobile then Aaron Rodgers?
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Um...he's a senior in HS. Why compare him to a top NFL Quarterback? Hack is great...inside and out.
The next Johnny Manziel (but with height)!!!
Sorry I couldn't resist...
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Reminds me of Michael Vick
Actually, I think a more mobile Jay Cutler without being a complete dick if he reaches his potential.
Obviously a more mobile Dan Marino. Laces out.
Wow this thread went to crap. Hack has all the tools but I'll be very surprised if he's starting week 1 for us next year. Would love to see AB redshirt as well while he puts some weight on and gets that knee back to 100%.
Im talking strictly mobility.. will a better comparison make you feel better? Jeff Driskel
He is probably the most important recruit in Penn State history because in college football great QB play can mean 6-7 wins on a bad team.
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I think it's always best when a QB gets the chance to redshirt. Of course, the spring enrollee has helped the true fish QB get used to the terminology and speed of the game quicker, but the position is just so hard with so many variables. I anticipate always believing a redshirt year is beneficial to 90+% of quarterbacks.
I think it would be great for Hack to get the chance to adjust, watch and learn for a season.
Just one opinion.
Thanks, Gerry. I know I agree with you on that.
It's old school, but I still hold the opinion that sitting for a year benefits most QB's in the NFL as well.
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