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'17 TX WR K.D. Nixon (Signed to COLORADO)

GawainBuff

Well-Known Member
Good move, need the extra year to improve his draft stock. No guarantee he will get playing time at CU next year.
I like the kid. He seems fun, bright, positive, and well spoken. He may have a future in media, I’m not sure how far he can go in the NFL.

I think it’s a great move for him to transfer. We are well stocked with young receivers who far out pace him.

Both Rice and Shenault look like the real deal... if we can somehow get the light bulb to turn on for Arias...
 

BUFFS14

Well-Known Member
I like the kid. He seems fun, bright, positive, and well spoken. He may have a future in media, I’m not sure how far he can go in the NFL.

I think it’s a great move for him to transfer. We are well stocked with young receivers who far out pace him.

Both Rice and Shenault look like the real deal... if we can somehow get the light bulb to turn on for Arias...
We have talent in the WR group I would rather not see Arias on the field.
 

Medford M.

Well-Known Member
I like the kid. He seems fun, bright, positive, and well spoken. He may have a future in media, I’m not sure how far he can go in the NFL.

I think it’s a great move for him to transfer. We are well stocked with young receivers who far out pace him.

Both Rice and Shenault look like the real deal... if we can somehow get the light bulb to turn on for Arias...
The "light bulb" for Arias is simply catching the damn ball. He's by far the most superior athlete we have at wide receiver. That's not discrediting Rice or Shenault or anyone else. Arias is just an elite athlete. He just has stone hands.
 

GawainBuff

Well-Known Member
The "light bulb" for Arias is simply catching the damn ball. He's by far the most superior athlete we have at wide receiver. That's not discrediting Rice or Shenault or anyone else. Arias is just an elite athlete. He just has stone hands.
Hands and situational awareness, which I think are two sides of the same things: Focus and commitment to improving. He’s worth working with. High bar if he can get his head in the moment.
 

Creebuzz

Survives on seaweed and Natty Boh.
Club Member
He’s been a good player for the Buffs and you have to wish him well. I know he wants to position himself as best he can to make an NFL roster. Hopefully, he gets his shot.
 

GoldStampede

Well-Known Member
If KD is serious about wanting to be in the NFL, then this is definitely the right move. He had some great moments at CU and the flea flicker against ****braska should be remembered as one of the best plays, if not the best play, in recent program history. I think he has some fantastic strengths as receiver, but there seems to be a lack of synergy with what CU tries to do. Here's to hoping he finds a rhythm somewhere else and gets that NFL shot!
 
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