Justin Fields Can R...

Justin Fields Can Run the Ball, But Came to Ohio State to Throw It  


Tony Gerdeman
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15/05/2019 11:14 am  

Justin Fields has received a lot of attention nationally for a couple of years now. He was, after all, the No. 1 dual-threat quarterback in the nation in 2018, earning offers from everywhere. Possessing the ability to rip off a 4.51 40-yard dash in high school, Fields showed off his arm at the 2017 Elite 11 camp, earning the top mark among the...

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Kurt Mews
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15/05/2019 11:51 am  

OSU has yet to perfect the passer-runner combo; BM and JTB were more runners than passers and DH was a prolific passer, but limited with his runs. With Day, I'm convinced that this natural runner will become a very good passer blessed with the variety of incredible talent at our skills

Christopher Perry
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15/05/2019 11:58 am  

I trust Day's use of the read option/running QB far more than Urban. I think Day will use it strategically as opposed to Urban who used it religiously ("QB Power Dive on 2...ready, break")