The staff may change, but some traditions live on.

Shaquery Wilson be Tripp’n, y’all.

This quote from Terry Godwin wins:  “Everyone out there is doing great, and I feel like he’ll make a great transition to receiver again.”

Practice makes perfect, Terry.

The good news, I guess, is that the move underscores the coaches’ rising faith in the running backs being ready for the opener.



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11 responses to “The staff may change, but some traditions live on.

  1. W Cobb Dawg

    Good news all around. Demonstrates our confidence at RB. Another big, physical player at WR.


  2. Good news for everybody except Shaquery Wilson. He can’t feel good being treated like a human pin ball.


    • Macallanlover

      That is an overstatement. There are a handful of players on most every top squad that has the versatility to play multiple positions. It would be myopic to pencil them into one spot when the team has needs the player can fill. At the end of the day, this is about the team, not the individual. And who is to say the athlete doesn’t end up benefiting by learning and showcasing their skills at other positions? Specialization has it’s advantages, but it isn’t a slam dunk that there isn’t something there for everyone.


    • Dylan Dreyer's Booty

      Dawg bless Shaquery for being willing to help the team any way he can. Can’t hurt to know that much more of the playbook.


  3. Hate when this happens to kids. Moving back and forth between positions is never good for player development. Shaquery is a heck of an athlete. Hopefully he finds a way to contribute at WR. At this point I’m sure he’s wishing he had remained committed to WVU.


  4. KershDawg

    That may well be your best opening line yet Senator.


  5. Lrgk9

    He’s got the lowdown laid out pushed around Kiante Blues.


  6. tbia

    Why was this never a problem when Dooley changed positions on a regular basis?


  7. Uglydawg

    Hines Ward


  8. Wilson started his time at Georgia at receiver. It shouldn’t be a big transition for him to be back at his original position. From #93kDay, he looked like he had a burst and size where WR is probably a better fit for him. He looks to be a guy who could be an excellent slot receiver with speed to make safety matchups difficult and allow the TEs to get more matchups with LBs rather than safeties. It tells me that Chubb and Michel are definitely further along and that Holyfield and Herrien may be ready to contribute this year.