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Old 03-05-2012   #12
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Default Re: Scout talk on 50 prospects

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Originally Posted by Lucky View Post
What was so sophisticated about Stanford's offense? Keenum was basically doing all of the play calls the last couple of years at UH. TJ Yates has actually played in a NFL offense.

Luck is an outstanding prospect. Worthy of the #1 pick, for sure. But don't kid yourself, he's got a learning curve ahead of him, just like any other rookie QB.
Luck made play calls and called his own audibles last year while playing in a pro style offense. His coach, David Shaw, came out and said last year that he's never seen a college QB have such command of an offense and that offense was pretty good.

Keenum made the play calls in a spread offense and has a big learning curve coming when he gets an NFL playbook.

Yates played in a pro style offense just like Luck, but I don't recall him calling plays or anything like that.
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