Originally Posted by WolverineFan
Ironically, marginal players tend to make better coaches than good players. Many good players get by on pure talent. Marginal players lack that talent and get by on technique and understanding the game. Very rare are the guys that have talent and put in all the work on technique and the mental side.
Beat me to it. IMG has had some successes (and some failures), but the institution is much more than just "Chris Weinke and some guys".
Cam Newton is a guy I expected to fail in the NFL due to the offense he ran in college
. Whether it was his own hard work, IMG, or a combination of the two, he's been a real success story.