This is a little forced, but we need to work South Carolina’s Deebo Samuel and Buffalo’s Anthony Johnson into the mix here. We’ve noted how the wide receiver drought Got Cheap Jerseys is a real thing in the NFL, but teams need to keep swinging. Both these guys are immensely talented.
WHY: We’ve talked about Ohio State, but Michigan has a handful of NFL prospects on display this season. Defensive lineman Rashan Gary is talented, and Jim Harbaugh now has his hands on Shea Patterson, the best quarterback he’s worked with so far in Ann Arbor. If Harbaugh lives up to his reputation as a quarterback whisperer, this could be epic.
Lacy was the hammer that stunned Notre Dame’s stout defense in the opening minutes and pounded it into submission as the Crimson Tide’s 42–14 win unfolded. By the end of the first half, he had scored twice and demoralized the Fighting Irish’s most fearless tacklers, averaging a whopping 7.1 yards per touch on 20 carries and two receptions.T.J. Yeldon topped the 100-yard mark himself, but Lacy’s performance was a microcosm of the blowout.
Robert Smith: When you got back from a road trip there would be this rush to get to the parking garage because everyone was valet parked, and you wanted to be the Liverpool Cheap Jerseys first one to get there. So the coaches are up front in the plane, and Denny was sprinting to an escalator and tripped, and a bunch of us saw it.
There are moments during the highlight when I feel like I’m watching Malik Monk or De’Aaron Fox’s from last year. But there’s too much mid-range game in this reel. NBA teams would be wise to dig deeper and watch some full game tapes.
How come all the big men in this Draft can shoot threes so well? At least on YouTube. Carter’s highlight could easily be confused with the Bagley and Jaren Jackson clips. It just lacks that special sauce. You can tell Carter is really good. Not sure you’re going to buy a ticket to see him next season. My favorite part of this highlight was the play-by-play man uttering Good Heavens when Carter blocked North Carolina’s Luke May with two hands.