Will Grier

Big 12 Spring Takeaways: Dana Holgorsen’s Triple Option Ideal for Will Grier in West Virginia

Dana Holgorsen has proven adept at tuning his scheme to different quarterbacks’ skill sets. His offense has become a consistent top 25 attack, placing at an average of 23rd in total offense during his six years in charge. That is less surprising given the wide-open nature of the conference, but the Red Bull-swigging, visor-donning, sideline-ranting…

Lamar Jackson and The Thought Process from the Pocket

Every draft cycle has a number of polarizing prospects. This past draft provided Deshaun Watson, Jabrill Peppers, and John Ross for example. Two years ago opinions were mixed on players such as Christian Hackenberg, Connor Cook, and Carson Wentz. In the draft year ahead, the clubhouse leader for the most polarizing prospect is the defending…

Shane Buechele

Big 12 Spring Takeaways: How Shane Buechele’s Texas Will Use Backfield Action to Surprise Defenses

Matty Brown continues his mini-series looking at some scheme and player takeaways from the Big 12 Spring Games. Though not yet “officially” announced as the starting quarterback by new head coach Tom Herman, Shane Buechele will be looking to build on his impressive true freshman year at Texas. The sophomore is a true dual-threat quarterback,…

OJ Howard

Introducing OJ Howard: The Blocker

Throughout the draft process, offensive skill position players are all, to some degree, evaluated on their blocking ability. For these players, blocking is often considered a secondary trait, one that’s often underdeveloped when they enter the NFL, especially with more spread-based college offenses in today’s game. Even in the evaluation of tight ends, who have…