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Huskies Offer Nation's #1 Quarterback
Wed Nov 14, 2018 2:44 pm

  • That kid needs to eat. But he’s got all the genetics to be a great QB. Unreal HS numbers he’s put up.
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Re: Huskies Offer Nation's #1 Quarterback
Thu Nov 15, 2018 12:28 pm
  • West TX Hawk wrote:That kid needs to eat. But he’s got all the genetics to be a great QB. Unreal HS numbers he’s put up.


    Uh, he's a sophomore in high school. Which puts him at probably 15 or 16 years old. How big do you expect a 15-16 year old kid to be?

    6-2 175 already seems pretty big for a 15/16 year old to me and his body is probably going to change a lot in the next 2 and half years (he is in the 2021 graduating class).
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Re: Huskies Offer Nation's #1 Quarterback
Thu Nov 15, 2018 12:34 pm
  • #76 looks like he hasn't had any trouble eating.
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Re: Huskies Offer Nation's #1 Quarterback
Thu Nov 15, 2018 10:09 pm
  • Chapow wrote:
    West TX Hawk wrote:That kid needs to eat. But he’s got all the genetics to be a great QB. Unreal HS numbers he’s put up.


    Uh, he's a sophomore in high school. Which puts him at probably 15 or 16 years old. How big do you expect a 15-16 year old kid to be?

    6-2 175 already seems pretty big for a 15/16 year old to me and his body is probably going to change a lot in the next 2 and half years (he is in the 2021 graduating class).


    Did you look at the picture in the link? He needs muscle and to eat more. I was his same size at his age and needed more muscle and to eat more too. I'm sure he will of course (undoubtedly his family has a state of the art gym, personal trainers for him and all the connections in the world) but right now his frame looks very thin and he's going to need to get much stronger by the time he enters UW in 2 1/2 years-especially if he's to be successful from the get go.

    There's plenty of incoming freshmen at the college level, who despite all the accolades, aren't ready to compete physically. So we'll wait and see how he progresses.
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Re: Huskies Offer Nation's #1 Quarterback
Fri Nov 16, 2018 12:34 pm
  • Yeah, I looked at the picture. He looks just fine to me for a kid in the first semester of his sophomore year in HS. We're talking about a 15/16 year old kid that still has a lot of growing to do, not an 18 year old about to head off to college.

    I'm not the least bit concerned about his size and I'm sure his diet is just fine. As you say, he's a Huard and a QB. I seriously doubt he isn't getting enough food.
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Re: Huskies Offer Nation's #1 Quarterback
Fri Nov 16, 2018 12:37 pm
  • I saw him play earlier this year... This kid is an absolute baller.
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  • He is very very good. Would like to see him add some muscle for durability reasons, but like others have said he’s 16, there is time to do that.
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  • Chapow wrote:
    West TX Hawk wrote:That kid needs to eat. But he’s got all the genetics to be a great QB. Unreal HS numbers he’s put up.


    Uh, he's a sophomore in high school. Which puts him at probably 15 or 16 years old. How big do you expect a 15-16 year old kid to be?

    6-2 175 already seems pretty big for a 15/16 year old to me and his body is probably going to change a lot in the next 2 and half years (he is in the 2021 graduating class).


    ^^^^^Correct, that poster doesn't understand human physiology.
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  • I agree, he needs to eat. Not because he's too skinny, but because everyone needs to eat.
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  • Is he better than Dylan Morris who is getting a ton of hype?
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  • We've all been to high school, and many of us have played sports. That kid needs muscle on his body to stand up to the beating he'll take at the next level. And I'm sure he'll grow as time goes by, which is what I'm pretty sure West Texas Hawk meant.

    Doesn't matter what grade you're in, if you play sports, you need to bulk up or end up like those injury prone QBs we see come and go in College and in the NFL. THey had great talent, but were too light to stay healthy.
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  • ivotuk wrote:We've all been to high school, and many of us have played sports. That kid needs muscle on his body to stand up to the beating he'll take at the next level. And I'm sure he'll grow as time goes by, which is what I'm pretty sure West Texas Hawk meant.

    Doesn't matter what grade you're in, if you play sports, you need to bulk up or end up like those injury prone QBs we see come and go in College and in the NFL. THey had great talent, but were too light to stay healthy.


    I played football from 8-yrs-old to four years of college ball, just about every athlete I have ever known went through the same process, it's human physiology. There is that rare man-child that is full grown at an early age and is muscular, but they are, like I said, very rare.

    You aren't supposed to even start lifting weights until you are 14 and then only light weights.
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Re: Huskies Offer Nation's #1 Quarterback
Fri Nov 23, 2018 12:31 pm


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  • Not familiar with the process but how can colleges keep up the appearance of caring about grades of athletes and then turn around and offer a sophomore in high school admittance into the school? :roll:
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  • therealjohncarlson wrote:Not familiar with the process but how can colleges keep up the appearance of caring about grades of athletes and then turn around and offer a sophomore in high school admittance into the school? :roll:

    Happens all of the time whether we like it or not. A kid on my nephew’s highschool baseball team just got an offer to play baseball for Oregon State and he is a sophomore this year. Which means he’s played exactly 1 year of highschool baseball.
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  • Sam looks just like his dad.
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Re: Huskies Offer Nation's #1 Quarterback
Fri Nov 23, 2018 11:38 pm
  • Sports Hernia wrote:Sam looks just like his dad.


    Lets hope he isn't as fragile as his Uncle Brock.
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  • chris98251 wrote:
    Sports Hernia wrote:Sam looks just like his dad.


    Lets hope he isn't as fragile as his Uncle Brock.

    Yep. Stay healthy and keep progressing. Looks like UW is stacked @ the QB position for years to come starting next season. :2thumbs:
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  • Glasgow Seahawk wrote:Is he better than Dylan Morris who is getting a ton of hype?
    i think when it’s all done and said I think he will be. Not that star ratings matters but Huard will be a 5 star. Morris is a 4 star.


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  • therealjohncarlson wrote:Not familiar with the process but how can colleges keep up the appearance of caring about grades of athletes and then turn around and offer a sophomore in high school admittance into the school? :roll:


    These offers are all contingent on getting academically accepted to the university. That's true for every sport at every school in the country.
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  • zifnab32 wrote:
    therealjohncarlson wrote:Not familiar with the process but how can colleges keep up the appearance of caring about grades of athletes and then turn around and offer a sophomore in high school admittance into the school? :roll:


    These offers are all contingent on getting academically accepted to the university. That's true for every sport at every school in the country.


    But that criteria varies considerably, take for instance the 5-star linebacker that UW just lost to Alabama due to academics. Even Stanford had to lower their standards to allow for more athletes to qualify.

    Having said that, Huard will have no problem qualifying.
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