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Treadwell vs James Clark: Who looks better?

Postby Shrico » Fri Dec 07, 2012 12:14 pm

After looking at their highlights, clark just looks more explosive where treadwell seems like he lumbers despite his good or better measurables. What does gsmb think?
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Re: treadwell vs james clark: who looks better?

Postby Gatorbythebay » Fri Dec 07, 2012 12:53 pm

No homo?
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Re: treadwell vs james clark: who looks better?

Postby Homer J » Fri Dec 07, 2012 1:04 pm

No helmet to helmet there. That was Morrison's helt to EJ's shoulder pad.
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Re: treadwell vs james clark: who looks better?

Postby Gatorbythebay » Fri Dec 07, 2012 1:30 pm

Clean hit, EJ probably wishes he was wearing the Hans device
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Re: treadwell vs james clark: who looks better?

Postby WobbleGator » Fri Dec 07, 2012 1:38 pm

Gatorbythebay wrote:Clean hit, EJ probably wishes he was wearing the Hans device

The hit on Purifoy, on the other hand...
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Re: Treadwell vs James Clark: Who looks better?

Postby rogdochar » Fri Dec 07, 2012 1:54 pm

Don't really know of the two, but ... in generic concepts explosive
rattles defenses more, changes defenses more.
:question: Guard in tight.... :question: play off far :question:
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Re: Treadwell vs James Clark: Who looks better?

Postby law98gator » Fri Dec 07, 2012 2:03 pm

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Re: Treadwell vs James Clark: Who looks better?

Postby Gatorbythebay » Fri Dec 07, 2012 2:08 pm

The answer to that should be somewhere on here
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Postby rogdochar » Fri Dec 07, 2012 2:30 pm

Gatorbythebay wrote:The answer to that should be somewhere on here
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Re: Treadwell vs James Clark: Who looks better?

Postby G8rnTtown » Fri Dec 07, 2012 2:35 pm

I'll tell u who i think looks better. The one that wants to come on down to gainesville and let the joker teach them how to be the greatest gator wideout that they can be! Whether its a 5 star or a 4, bring in the guys that want to play their guts out for the good guys.
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Re: Treadwell vs James Clark: Who looks better?

Postby GatorKen » Fri Dec 07, 2012 2:53 pm

Shrico wrote:After looking at their highlights, clark just looks more explosive where treadwell seems like he lumbers despite his good or better measurables. What does gsmb think?



without the silly remarks.

They look like different WRs to me. Clark is shifty and makes people miss. More of a Harvin like Wr (not saying he is anywhere near Harvin but work with me here) he can make people miss and change directions well. Treadwell seems to be more of a standard WR mold. can stretch the field, and doesn't try to make people miss as much. Those types of WRs fit well on the field at the same time imo.
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Re: Treadwell vs James Clark: Who looks better?

Postby NavetG8r » Fri Dec 07, 2012 3:01 pm

At this point, I'll take anyone that can catch the damn ball and is willing to be coached and be a program guy. I absolutely love Trey Burton and all he's been/done at UF, but his brother has bricks for hands. He is a blocking TE only. Gotta make up for that with some good-hands guys at WR.
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Re: Treadwell vs James Clark: Who looks better?

Postby ltraz » Fri Dec 07, 2012 3:05 pm

GatorKen wrote:
Shrico wrote:After looking at their highlights, clark just looks more explosive where treadwell seems like he lumbers despite his good or better measurables. What does gsmb think?



without the silly remarks.

They look like different WRs to me. Clark is shifty and makes people miss. More of a Harvin like Wr (not saying he is anywhere near Harvin but work with me here) he can make people miss and change directions well. Treadwell seems to be more of a standard WR mold. can stretch the field, and doesn't try to make people miss as much. Those types of WRs fit well on the field at the same time imo.


Ken pretty much summed it up. Clark is very fluid, excelllent accelertion and if he's breaking a few tackles at 175# imagine what he'll do at 190. My only concern is that him and Bailey seem like clones (both perfect as return men and in the slot) and we need 6'4" that demands a safety over top (some question if Fulwood has the speed).
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Re: Treadwell vs James Clark: Who looks better?

Postby Gatorbythebay » Fri Dec 07, 2012 4:02 pm

Treadwell seems like a great prospect, but it's hard to imagine he is the #1 WR out there. I remember watching highlights of Dorial Green-Beckham, that guy deserved to be rated the #1 receiver in his class. I would love for Treadwell to be a Gator, but I would also be happy to see Clark join this class.
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Re: Treadwell vs James Clark: Who looks better?

Postby GatorKen » Fri Dec 07, 2012 5:00 pm

NavetG8r wrote:At this point, I'll take anyone that can catch the damn ball and is willing to be coached and be a program guy. I absolutely love Trey Burton and all he's been/done at UF, but his brother has bricks for hands. He is a blocking TE only. Gotta make up for that with some good-hands guys at WR.



makes me mad when they throw to C. Burton. kid can't catch at all.
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Re: Treadwell vs James Clark: Who looks better?

Postby Jrcurtis » Fri Dec 07, 2012 9:56 pm

Treadwell looks the part to me. He's got great hands, adequate speed, runs very good routes, strong and he's not afraid of contact. He is the best, all-around, WR I have seen this year. Clark definitely has that rare gear. It would be something if we landed both of them, along with Fullwood.
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Re: Treadwell vs James Clark: Who looks better?

Postby Gatorbythebay » Fri Dec 07, 2012 10:52 pm

GatorKen wrote:
NavetG8r wrote:At this point, I'll take anyone that can catch the damn ball and is willing to be coached and be a program guy. I absolutely love Trey Burton and all he's been/done at UF, but his brother has bricks for hands. He is a blocking TE only. Gotta make up for that with some good-hands guys at WR.



makes me mad when they throw to C. Burton. kid can't catch at all.

He failed miserably on the fake fg against the clowns.
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Re: Treadwell vs James Clark: Who looks better?

Postby FloridaFanatic22 » Sat Dec 08, 2012 3:16 pm

Gatorbythebay wrote:
GatorKen wrote:
NavetG8r wrote:At this point, I'll take anyone that can catch the damn ball and is willing to be coached and be a program guy. I absolutely love Trey Burton and all he's been/done at UF, but his brother has bricks for hands. He is a blocking TE only. Gotta make up for that with some good-hands guys at WR.



makes me mad when they throw to C. Burton. kid can't catch at all.

He failed miserably on the fake fg against the clowns.

So did Trey on the throw.. A family afFAIL..
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Re: Treadwell vs James Clark: Who looks better?

Postby rogdochar » Sat Dec 08, 2012 3:39 pm

FloridaFanatic22 wrote:
Gatorbythebay wrote:
GatorKen wrote:
NavetG8r wrote:At this point, I'll take anyone that can catch the damn ball and is willing to be coached and be a program guy. I absolutely love Trey Burton and all he's been/done at UF, but his brother has bricks for hands. He is a blocking TE only. Gotta make up for that with some good-hands guys at WR.



makes me mad when they throw to C. Burton. kid can't catch at all.

He failed miserably on the fake fg against the clowns.

So did Trey on the throw.. A family afFAIL..
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I'll get better on these :lol:


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Re: Treadwell vs James Clark: Who looks better?

Postby rogdochar » Sat Dec 08, 2012 4:28 pm

Clay Burton don't know what the "caught-ball-process" feels like.
Sooo, I'm thinking out of the box (as y'all yell "get back in !").
As training for biofeedback naturalism, fire him some
under-inflated balls. The extra drag allows his fingers to better
sense the surface of the ball's "escape slide". As his % of successful
grabs increase inflate the balls next notch up. And so forth. They
could even inflate beyond normal psi to make WRs' finger
auto-reflexes activate ball control quicker.

As fanciful as this sounds, its feasibility truth can be scientifically
tested as a grad student's project in statistical analysis.... meaning
experimental subject's (Wrs & TE's) progressive results will be
recorded & conclusions proved or disproved.

Just slightly under-inflated, the balls texture & frictional vibratory
drag can be felt (even through glove's surface) and the ball's
pass-through tapering shape will be sensed (subconsiously via
biofeedback repetition).'Til all is highly-tuned natural(subconscious)
auto-reflexive.

No need for "poobahs"; 1-2 days practice sessions would reveal if
this is promising or not. Besides, surely a grad-assistant can run
this valid research (for credit) even using non-team students who
played in H.S. Because improvement (or not) is recordable or not.

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