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Just curious as to if others see this as I do. Talent is there. Coaching is there. Key is how does Frazier perform. I think he can be one of great ones, but he has to do it on field. If he proves to be a winner, we can win championships. If not, we are middle of pack.
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I think the coaches had a plan for KF the day he stepped on the practice field. AS a true freshman he was used strategically, in my opinion, more to develop KF as a player than winning a game with his play. Now he has game experience, coaching up his technique and natural talent becomes the focus for the coaches. He puts on 20 pounds and keeps his speed he now looks like a younger Cam except with the opportunity to play 2 maybe 3 full years at QB. I truly believe this young man will show us great things maybe even CAMish like.
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I hope you are right, but comparing him to cam is a stretch at this point in time. I do believe he has high potential and will make all of us Auburn fans very proud! 1 area that i hope improves with him is SPEED....
With that being said, I would rather see him throw the ball and be a threat in that regard, but it seems that our coaches want him to be a threat to tuck and run as well. If we do want to utilize him as a run threat, then he really needs to improve his speed and quickness... Im super excited to see the young man blossom and i am definitely looking forward to seeing him become a huge headache for opposing defenses.... WDE
I seem to remember Damyeune Craig being used in goal line situations for his running ability. He turned out to be a pretty good QB once he had the starting day and lots of reps. Hopefully Frazier will be the same way. Last year was a bad time to judge qb's since the receivers certainly didn't catch everything thrown their way. AU should be improved on both sides of the ball, but qb is a key position. Someone will have to step up if the season is to be a successful one.
Don't see it exactly that way. First, I doubt that coaches know how Frazier will pan out and no doubt Loeffler is one of the best quarterback coaches around and has studied film until he's blue in the face. Then there is another quarterback. Maybe not as talented, maybe not as talked about as talented. Who can tell how he will respond to another year and to the quarterback coach? Do we have more evidence regarding the outcome of the 2012 season than we did at this time before 2010, and wasn't that a shock all around.
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Frazier will do great under CSL we will all be pleased.
You do realize that Van Gorder is the Defensive Coordinator right?
Right. Concerned about getting spelling right and confused assignments. Caught it before readng your reminder but thank you. The point is that we don't know anymore about how 2012 will come out than we did about 2010 when Auburn won the NC. The point was lost in my blunder. Macular degeneration is making me worse than useless re seeing and digital dexterity vastly redjuced by stroke makes what is printed loaded with error about every three words. Guys getting old is painful but better than the alternative as they say. I'm not that all fired sure anymore. Not whining, just saying it like it is.
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