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Old 03-27-2014   #1068
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Default Re: Blake Bortles

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Originally Posted by Texian View Post
Bortles is a 2 year starter and Carr a 3 yr starter. Bortles played a higher level and was able to do more. Over 70% of Carr's passes were of the dink and dunk variety with a preset predetermined read and WR that took under 3 sec to execute. When the chips were on the line and Fresno had to deviate from the game plan Carr had a high degree of difficulty of delivering a win. Bortles is able to do what Carr couldn't and Bortles was able to deliver in every situation making Blake a much better prospect than Carr.

So your answer to Aundray Bruce is you don't know. I'm OK with that.
Bruce is nowhere near the prospect Clowney is so maybe Clowney ends up like Neil Smith .

Bortles hasn't played the teams JF has and the only thing Bortles has on him is size . Carr was only a two year starter as a fifth year senior . Kinda out of the blue like Bortles .
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