Slow play, for the win

Kirby knows you can’t decide to skip the bowl game if you haven’t decided to leave early for the draft.


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8 responses to “Slow play, for the win

  1. W Cobb Dawg

    Not sure our undergrads are quite ready for the show. If you’re an undergrad and you’re not making impact plays like senior D’Andre Walker, you’re best off sticking around, improving your game, and adding another degree or more career skills. I would advise all the undergrads to stick around, and I’m not biased at all;-)


    • PTC DAWG

      I think Elijah will be a very good back at the NFL level, not sure how much better he can get. Will be interesting to see his path next..he has been watching Zamir…might cost him PT next year.

      I’m assuming Nauta is gone too…Ridley quite possibly.


      • stoopnagle

        Most players should stay in school. With the exception of running backs: they simply only have so many carries in them. For every Adrian Peterson, there are scores of guys who get 3-4 years of productivity/pay and that’s it. Plus, it’s already an under-valued position (read, will pay less). Elijah isn’t Todd, so he probably needs to get paid while his legs have one less season in them.


        • Macallanlover

          Not sure he will but in the wear and tear category, he really only has one full season of game time…and no significant injuries. 50/50 for him, higher for Nauta and Ridley I think, and a little less for Hardeman. Not sure about Reed, feel he might come back unless his NFL grade is higher than most think. No real killers in there for us going into next year, but I hope it isn’t more than 2-3 because those that come back would not only be team leaders we need but should be very motivated in a “pay year”.


  2. I agree and would encourage the underclassmen at all of the team we play to leave. šŸ˜‰


  3. Dylan Dreyer's Booty

    Staying in school or leaving is a really really personal decision. Some people aren’t students first and foremost. Some people may not be looking at the PT they think they need. Some people have financial issues. Some people have concerns about injuries (which is why I really admire Chubb staying) and I’m just getting started. If anyone leaves when they can, I just have to respect that they know more about their situation than I do.


    • Tatum

      I agree with you, but then there are kids like Trenton Thompson. No matter his needs/concerns he made a terrible decision.


      • Oconeeair

        Word is, Trenton was told there would not be a roster spot for him. From what I was told by the father of a certain scout team QB, Trenton was/is an absolute mental basket case… Kirby was over it.