Discussion in 'Colorado Football Message Board' started by boydbuff, Sep 9, 2013.
I'm anxious to see him as well but right now I don't know how much time will be available for him. They are going to play PRich as much as they can. Spruce has stepped us as the solid #2 guy. DD has proven that he is explosive and can make plays, he's not going to sit. McColloch has proven to be a nice compliment to the others running the tough routes, catching the balls thrown his direction, and creating some matchup issues with his size. He has also shown that he is very willing to block.
Unless one of these guys gets hurt there isn't going to be much opportunity for others to play. Add to this Ross getting his shirt pulled already. Thomas is going to have some work to do to get on the field much.
I think he's got a pretty unique talent, but this is his first year with the team. With some depth at WR, wouldn't it be nice if we can manage to redshirt him?
If he's not going to break into that top 5, then I hope the staff red shirts him.
He can break into the top five and with two WRs already redshirting, we need him to play (including on special teams).
:nod: he's already greyshirted. redshirting gains him nothing. hope he gets out of the doghouse and contributes. we will need him at some point. He's the only guy who can contribute in a role similar to Prich.
We could definately use him there. He can't be any worse than who we have, can he?
I'm still not high on our WR group. Love PRich. Spruce gives us exactly what I expected he would. JT would complement Goodson in my opinion. But if he's not paying his dues, he's not playing.
This isn't "Hawkins talking tough" but playing Celestine, Simas and Josh Smith while they refused to learn the plays and do work. JT will have to learn to tote the lunch pail. I'm sure that will excite some of you on here, but HCMM is from the Bill Parcells school of coaching.
J. Thomas was definitely suited up against CA, sporting #15. I don't think he got on the field.
I dont think they plan on redshirting him. He was sent onto the field for a play, but then something changed and they called him back.
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