A J.J. Green in time…

Given how reluctant the coaches have been to give the nod to start to any of the defensive players, how much significance should we give this comment from Coach Sherrer?

Kevin Sherrer, who coaches the star position and Sam outside linebackers, said the 5-foot-9, 187-pound Green is “probably the frontrunner” for the starting spot at star coming out the spring.

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5 responses to “A J.J. Green in time…

  1. joe

    I would take that to the bank because JJ Green would be the frontrunner in any case. He is that good of a player.

  2. CannonDawg

    I’m encouraged by the way the defensive staff identified JJ as one whose talents could be utilized and whose playing time could be expanded by a change of position. Erk Russell had a way of taking offensive players, especially former QBs, and making them into star defensive tackles, defensive ends, and rover backs in an effort to get the best players on the field. Pruitt’s got the bald dome like Erk. If only . . .

  3. Dog in Fla

    I’m encouraged that the defensive staff could recognize a bad-ass

  4. Dawg19

    “A J. J. Green”

    I like what you did there. Well played.

  5. I’m predicting he is going to be the man over the next couple years. Jenkins, Drew, or Floyd might get more love for rushing the passer, but Green is going to be the guy getting his hands on the ball and the ball carriers in that back 7 all day long.