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Lovejoy coach Al Hughes talks about Auburn's newest commit, tight end A.J. Jackson.
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Surely those gloves are oversized. At first I thought he was wearing a baseball glove! If his hands are even
half that size, then he will go down in history as the best pass receiver in the modern era!
I like the quote by coach Hughes that he has another kid going to AU.
I wonder how much bigger this kid is going to get.He looks like he's got a ton of room to grow.This kid may be a beast before he is done at Auburn!
Speaking of big athletes, someone enlighten me, please, as to why C.J. Uzomah has not earned a much larger role in Auburn's offense. Yes, it seems Chizik has tried to work him into certain situations, but, this guy's physical size and skills seem phenomenal. Can't help wondering what would happen if he were in there every other play. Seems to me that this is the kind of guy, if given half a chance, could blossom into something really, really special.
I don't care if this guy goes pro one day or not. If he will just come in, work hard, keep his nose clean, start for a couple of years and be a good leader - everybody wins. Its mostly up to him once he gets to Auburn.
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Kinda reminds me of Calvin Johnson!
I like his upside in college and his basketball playing. He can get a lot stronger than he looks now and should get faster as well. If he does he could be a 6-6, 250-265 tight end with 4.5 speed. He can catch in traffic according to film and would be a tough cover in goal line situations. His basketball has helped him position himself for receptions on the film I watched. I like this addition very much.
Great addition! Look at those hands!
Don't forget about 6'7 Hutcherson going in at TE this year.
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