”Park is a shifty cat and he can sling that ball,” linebacker Jordan Jenkins said Wednesday.
”Oh, he’s quick,” Jenkins said. ”I’d compare him with maybe a taller version of (Missouri quarterback) Maty Mauk. Trying to get him down on some plays when he stretches it out definitely can be difficult. He’s shaken quite a few of us.”
Park also made an impression with his leadership while on the scout team.
”He takes pride in what he does,” Jenkins said. ”If one of the offensive linemen on the scout team wasn’t blocking, he doesn’t let it go. He takes it personally that they’re not blocking, and he holds them accountable for it.”
Park’s attitude also impressed Richt.
”You can go over there and pout or you can go over there and try to get better and also try to help your defense get better,” Richt said. ”That’s what his attitude was and we were very pleased with that. I think it served him well and now it’s time to let him compete.”
So when will Schottenheimer weigh in? Remember, he didn’t see last year’s scout team.
I suspect we’re in for a bout of epic trolling here at GTP after the G-Day game.