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I was going to put a witty joke here, but I forgot bama fans still use picture books. So I thought I'd expedite the process for you...
"Brick by brick, my citizens. Brick by brick"
Come this fall when he steps on the campus he will be one of the top athletes at Auburn per some of the coaches.
After watching Frazier throw a swing pass too high, I sure hope he is not another Kodi Burns behind the center.
No coach in his right mind makes an offer to a player they have no hope of bringing around. He has Malzahn's word that he will get a chance because Malzahn thinks he can do it. We I did no't see our two on board now operate behind an unconfused I care much line, and that isn't going to make his row easy to hoe. But the guy can throw the ball, and is fast, yeah, really fast I read. Malzahn and Lashley are not newly born to this game. .
frazier may have talent, but he seems to lack the IT factor it takes to be a leader, hoping NM brings that spark to ignite Gus' offense
I think it is very unfortunate for KF. I believe he could eventually turn into an outstanding QB, if given time, the way Jason Campbell did, but we have NM and JJ who will pass him rather quickly. KF will not have the opportunity to become comfortable as Auburns starting QB.
I hope there are other options for him on our team, because he does have talent in some capacity, but his time is up as our QB of the future.
I was hoping, as many of you probably were, that re-uniting Frazier and Malzahn would make Fraizer blossom a little more than we saw in spring. I like our chances at having a really good QB come fall. Just not sure who it will be.
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