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that with the right coaching and some decent OL play, Jonathan Wallace could turn out to be a pretty good qb for Auburn?
Alabama delenda est.
Yeah, me for one.
He is one of the few I see that are into the game and giving 100%.
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Worry only about things which you can change, the rest will either work themselves out or kill you......either way, no more worries.
Maybe by his senior season if he is lucky. He should transfer to Alabama A&M, he would kick a$$ their!
I don't know enough of the detail stuff about playing QB to project his talent. That said, I can see his competitiveness, confidence and leadership. Those are not taught skills and he has them.
I do because he has confidence. I never think he is going to mess up even though he does sometimes because he looks like (in his eyes and posture) he has done it a million times.
He could be a great Auburn qb. Provided he bulks up, takes ownership of the playbook, and works his tail off, I could see him being around for a few more years. Whether its him or someone else, I know that if we don't develop our OL, then it doesn't matter who we hike it to. I believe we will get better. WDE!
Absolutely. He has the composure, intelligence, size (6'2" and 200 #s), excellent quick release, progressions are good very good for a TFR, and he ain't skeered.
Auburn '99, Beta Zeta of Theta Xi
No, the only SEC caliber QB on the roster currently is Kiehl Frazier. That's the only thing eagle steve has ever been right about.
Yes. Wallace is a competitor, and the best that we have by far.
The kid will be much improved by next season. He just needs to tune the accuracy a little. He has a good work ethic and if pushed in the offseason has potential to be great.
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