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'23 CA QB Ryan Staub (Signed to COLORADO)

CULifer

Well-Known Member
I did not expect to like his film as much as I did. Holy mackerel.
Super quick release with a strong arm: throwing 30 yards outs on a line. So accurate, he throws receivers open in double coverage.
He reads as quick as he throws, fitting well placed balls into tight windows that are open just because the timing is right.
And then, he has WHEELS, real speed.
I, also, may not know much about breaking down film, but relative to other film I’ve watched, this kid is a find. Very optimistic.
Yeah, I was impressed with his speed out of a scramble, not relative to tacklers but how fast he was crossing solid white lines. Seemed to be able to place/land the ball mostly right where he wanted. Would like to see his 10 int's though to see if there's a pattern there.
 

Buffnik

Real name isn't Nik
Club Member
Junta Member
AM: What's your favorite movie?
RS: The Shawshank Redemption.

Looks like we got a good one, boys!
morgan freeman quote GIF
 

BehindEnemyLines

beware the habu
3 short observations.

1. He's not afraid to throw into a tight window.

2. He already knows how to slide.

3. He runs the read-option well. (Not sure that will be in the playbook with a run-first-and-foremost OC and a west coast O HC).
 

patebuff

Club Member
Club Member
We need to stop with this narrative that this will be a run first offense. Both the head coach and offensive coordinator have said this.
 

GawainBuff

Club Member
Club Member
3 short observations.

1. He's not afraid to throw into a tight window.

2. He already knows how to slide.

3. He runs the read-option well. (Not sure that will be in the playbook with a run-first-and-foremost OC and a west coast O HC).
Well, we answered this parenthetical question in the kid’s favor: Read-Option offense? Hell yes.
 
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