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Tyree Wilson, 3* 2018 BUCK, New London (West Rusk), TX

Another name to keep an eye on. It appears UW is starting to search high and low for a BUCK.

Can't find any highlights of this guy, but he is committed to Texas A&M and I know we are looking at him.
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  • TequillaTequilla Posts: 12,567
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    New London Tex-Ass is new to me
    Dennis_DeYoungbackthepack
  • Dennis_DeYoungDennis_DeYoung Posts: 11,531
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    edited November 7
    Do you even TBS??!?!? He's #7 - looks good to me!

    WeakarmCobradncNeighbor2972backthepack
  • WeakarmCobraWeakarmCobra Posts: 4,046
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    Do you even TBS??!?!? He's #7 - looks good to me!

    Fuck he long. Probably 2 year Socha project
    Dennis_DeYoungbackthepackToddTurnerLIVES
  • Dennis_DeYoungDennis_DeYoung Posts: 11,531
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    Do you even TBS??!?!? He's #7 - looks good to me!

    Fuck he long. Probably 2 year Socha project
    He's got a ways to go in technique, but he's better than anything we've recruited at BUCK so far with KWAT.
    backthepack
  • WeakarmCobraWeakarmCobra Posts: 4,046
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    Do you even TBS??!?!? He's #7 - looks good to me!

    Fuck he long. Probably 2 year Socha project
    He's got a ways to go in technique, but he's better than anything we've recruited at BUCK so far with KWAT.
    I think he looks the same as tryon.
    backthepack
  • BreadBread Posts: 758
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    Do you even TBS??!?!? He's #7 - looks good to me!

    Fuck he long. Probably 2 year Socha project
    He's got a ways to go in technique, but he's better than anything we've recruited at BUCK so far with KWAT.
    still no respect bowman?
    Dennis_DeYoungbackthepack
  • Do you even TBS??!?!? He's #7 - looks good to me!

    Fuck he long. Probably 2 year Socha project
    He's got a ways to go in technique, but he's better than anything we've recruited at BUCK so far with KWAT.
    How would you compare him to Tryon?
    WeakarmCobrabackthepack
  • Dennis_DeYoungDennis_DeYoung Posts: 11,531
    Swaye's Wigwam 10000 Comments 250 Answers Fucktard of the Week Award

    Do you even TBS??!?!? He's #7 - looks good to me!

    Fuck he long. Probably 2 year Socha project
    He's got a ways to go in technique, but he's better than anything we've recruited at BUCK so far with KWAT.
    How would you compare him to Tryon?
    I suspect he will not be taking a hyphen-name any time soon.
    WeakarmCobrabackthepack
  • AIRWOLFAIRWOLF Posts: 1,273
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    Do you even TBS??!?!? He's #7 - looks good to me!

    Fuck he long. Probably 2 year Socha project
    He's got a ways to go in technique, but he's better than anything we've recruited at BUCK so far with KWAT.
    At least we lucked into Bowman. It is surprising we don’t have one high end guy at such a premier position.
    It's more than surprising. It is a riddle, wrapped in an enigma, and drenched with what the fuck sauce.

    But I could say the same for DT and LB.

    I just don't get why we? don't have to beat back 4/5 star defensive prospects with a stick at this point.
    FremontTroll
  • animateanimate Posts: 395
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    I've been saying this for awhile. No big secret or nothin' ... but I think that high end prospects aren't that enamoured with:

    - gap integrity
    - containment
    - funneling the qb and offense through the middle/lanes
    - reducing qb performance variance, making the offense predictable

    If you try to sell that shit to recruits they're like "yeah ... okay ... can't I just rush the passer?"

    Yeah, the team success sells ... seeing Vea and Gaines and the rest do well ... sells ... seeing Ryan Bowman, Mr redshirt Freshman getting a highlight sack of Burmeister helps to sell too.

    But this takes time ... us Doogs (and I mean, everyone here at HH lol) think that recent success and even promise of future success means that defensive prospects should fall into our laps ... it's gonna take time. Like multiple successful years and recruiting cycles. That hasn't happened yet.

    Again, I mentioned before that the defensive coach for the Falcons Chuck Smith who does developmental work - worked with Qualls during the preseason and had some interesting things to say about him and UW's system.

    http://theeagleswire.usatoday.com/2017/06/30/pass-rusher-coach-chuck-smith-breaks-down-four-eagles-dl-hes-worked-with/4/

    [b]On Elijah Qualls:
    This cat is the most underrated defensive lineman I’ve trained in a long time. He’s a guy that could have been used differently.

    He has explosive power and will wreck shop in the Eagles defensive scheme. He’s a pass rusher, but it’s hard when you’re forced to be a 335-pound two-gapper.

    He’s a beast. We worked on some moves, and he’s not the same guy that left the University of Washington. Qualls is going to make noise in that camp. People are going to be shocked at how he wrecks people in camp and the preseason games. He’s ready and he’ll be a shock of the camp.[/b]

    So, whatever you say about how Qualls is doing or if he's doing well this year or not ... the comments from Smith highlight what recruits are getting educated and sold on.

    "yeah! we'll let you loose and you'll get to drive the qb into the ground! Like a crazed dawg!"

    or

    "your responsibility is to control the middle, if you see anyone going outside funnel them back in, take up your blockers and hold them ... and make a play or hold them until we gang tackle them ... over the long course of a game we'll have the upper hand and win more often than not as long as everyone plays to their responsibilities"

    Which sounds better to a 16-17 year old?
    WeakarmCobraIce_HolmvikKevininTacomaEdwin_Bambinobackthepackpurpledoogfandougthedawg
  • WeakarmCobraWeakarmCobra Posts: 4,046
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    animate said:

    I've been saying this for awhile. No big secret or nothin' ... but I think that high end prospects aren't that enamoured with:

    - gap integrity
    - containment
    - funneling the qb and offense through the middle/lanes
    - reducing qb performance variance, making the offense predictable

    If you try to sell that shit to recruits they're like "yeah ... okay ... can't I just rush the passer?"

    Yeah, the team success sells ... seeing Vea and Gaines and the rest do well ... sells ... seeing Ryan Bowman, Mr redshirt Freshman getting a highlight sack of Burmeister helps to sell too.

    But this takes time ... us Doogs (and I mean, everyone here at HH lol) think that recent success and even promise of future success means that defensive prospects should fall into our laps ... it's gonna take time. Like multiple successful years and recruiting cycles. That hasn't happened yet.

    Again, I mentioned before that the defensive coach for the Falcons Chuck Smith who does developmental work - worked with Qualls during the preseason and had some interesting things to say about him and UW's system.

    http://theeagleswire.usatoday.com/2017/06/30/pass-rusher-coach-chuck-smith-breaks-down-four-eagles-dl-hes-worked-with/4/

    [b]On Elijah Qualls:
    This cat is the most underrated defensive lineman I’ve trained in a long time. He’s a guy that could have been used differently.

    He has explosive power and will wreck shop in the Eagles defensive scheme. He’s a pass rusher, but it’s hard when you’re forced to be a 335-pound two-gapper.

    He’s a beast. We worked on some moves, and he’s not the same guy that left the University of Washington. Qualls is going to make noise in that camp. People are going to be shocked at how he wrecks people in camp and the preseason games. He’s ready and he’ll be a shock of the camp.[/b]

    So, whatever you say about how Qualls is doing or if he's doing well this year or not ... the comments from Smith highlight what recruits are getting educated and sold on.

    "yeah! we'll let you loose and you'll get to drive the qb into the ground! Like a crazed dawg!"

    or

    "your responsibility is to control the middle, if you see anyone going outside funnel them back in, take up your blockers and hold them ... and make a play or hold them until we gang tackle them ... over the long course of a game we'll have the upper hand and win more often than not as long as everyone plays to their responsibilities"

    Which sounds better to a 16-17 year old?

    Kids are stupid
    AIRWOLF
  • animate said:

    I've been saying this for awhile. No big secret or nothin' ... but I think that high end prospects aren't that enamoured with:

    - gap integrity
    - containment
    - funneling the qb and offense through the middle/lanes
    - reducing qb performance variance, making the offense predictable

    If you try to sell that shit to recruits they're like "yeah ... okay ... can't I just rush the passer?"

    Yeah, the team success sells ... seeing Vea and Gaines and the rest do well ... sells ... seeing Ryan Bowman, Mr redshirt Freshman getting a highlight sack of Burmeister helps to sell too.

    But this takes time ... us Doogs (and I mean, everyone here at HH lol) think that recent success and even promise of future success means that defensive prospects should fall into our laps ... it's gonna take time. Like multiple successful years and recruiting cycles. That hasn't happened yet.

    Again, I mentioned before that the defensive coach for the Falcons Chuck Smith who does developmental work - worked with Qualls during the preseason and had some interesting things to say about him and UW's system.

    http://theeagleswire.usatoday.com/2017/06/30/pass-rusher-coach-chuck-smith-breaks-down-four-eagles-dl-hes-worked-with/4/

    [b]On Elijah Qualls:
    This cat is the most underrated defensive lineman I’ve trained in a long time. He’s a guy that could have been used differently.

    He has explosive power and will wreck shop in the Eagles defensive scheme. He’s a pass rusher, but it’s hard when you’re forced to be a 335-pound two-gapper.

    He’s a beast. We worked on some moves, and he’s not the same guy that left the University of Washington. Qualls is going to make noise in that camp. People are going to be shocked at how he wrecks people in camp and the preseason games. He’s ready and he’ll be a shock of the camp.[/b]

    So, whatever you say about how Qualls is doing or if he's doing well this year or not ... the comments from Smith highlight what recruits are getting educated and sold on.

    "yeah! we'll let you loose and you'll get to drive the qb into the ground! Like a crazed dawg!"

    or

    "your responsibility is to control the middle, if you see anyone going outside funnel them back in, take up your blockers and hold them ... and make a play or hold them until we gang tackle them ... over the long course of a game we'll have the upper hand and win more often than not as long as everyone plays to their responsibilities"

    Which sounds better to a 16-17 year old?

    Kids are stupid
    Hurts BTP IMO.
    WeakarmCobrabackthepackbiak1
  • WeakarmCobraWeakarmCobra Posts: 4,046
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    animate said:

    I've been saying this for awhile. No big secret or nothin' ... but I think that high end prospects aren't that enamoured with:

    - gap integrity
    - containment
    - funneling the qb and offense through the middle/lanes
    - reducing qb performance variance, making the offense predictable

    If you try to sell that shit to recruits they're like "yeah ... okay ... can't I just rush the passer?"

    Yeah, the team success sells ... seeing Vea and Gaines and the rest do well ... sells ... seeing Ryan Bowman, Mr redshirt Freshman getting a highlight sack of Burmeister helps to sell too.

    But this takes time ... us Doogs (and I mean, everyone here at HH lol) think that recent success and even promise of future success means that defensive prospects should fall into our laps ... it's gonna take time. Like multiple successful years and recruiting cycles. That hasn't happened yet.

    Again, I mentioned before that the defensive coach for the Falcons Chuck Smith who does developmental work - worked with Qualls during the preseason and had some interesting things to say about him and UW's system.

    http://theeagleswire.usatoday.com/2017/06/30/pass-rusher-coach-chuck-smith-breaks-down-four-eagles-dl-hes-worked-with/4/

    [b]On Elijah Qualls:
    This cat is the most underrated defensive lineman I’ve trained in a long time. He’s a guy that could have been used differently.

    He has explosive power and will wreck shop in the Eagles defensive scheme. He’s a pass rusher, but it’s hard when you’re forced to be a 335-pound two-gapper.

    He’s a beast. We worked on some moves, and he’s not the same guy that left the University of Washington. Qualls is going to make noise in that camp. People are going to be shocked at how he wrecks people in camp and the preseason games. He’s ready and he’ll be a shock of the camp.[/b]

    So, whatever you say about how Qualls is doing or if he's doing well this year or not ... the comments from Smith highlight what recruits are getting educated and sold on.

    "yeah! we'll let you loose and you'll get to drive the qb into the ground! Like a crazed dawg!"

    or

    "your responsibility is to control the middle, if you see anyone going outside funnel them back in, take up your blockers and hold them ... and make a play or hold them until we gang tackle them ... over the long course of a game we'll have the upper hand and win more often than not as long as everyone plays to their responsibilities"

    Which sounds better to a 16-17 year old?

    Kids are stupid
    Hurts BTP IMO.
    Not cool, BTP is not stupid. He is speacial needs
    backthepack
  • backthepackbackthepack Posts: 4,141
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    animate said:

    I've been saying this for awhile. No big secret or nothin' ... but I think that high end prospects aren't that enamoured with:

    - gap integrity
    - containment
    - funneling the qb and offense through the middle/lanes
    - reducing qb performance variance, making the offense predictable

    If you try to sell that shit to recruits they're like "yeah ... okay ... can't I just rush the passer?"

    Yeah, the team success sells ... seeing Vea and Gaines and the rest do well ... sells ... seeing Ryan Bowman, Mr redshirt Freshman getting a highlight sack of Burmeister helps to sell too.

    But this takes time ... us Doogs (and I mean, everyone here at HH lol) think that recent success and even promise of future success means that defensive prospects should fall into our laps ... it's gonna take time. Like multiple successful years and recruiting cycles. That hasn't happened yet.

    Again, I mentioned before that the defensive coach for the Falcons Chuck Smith who does developmental work - worked with Qualls during the preseason and had some interesting things to say about him and UW's system.

    http://theeagleswire.usatoday.com/2017/06/30/pass-rusher-coach-chuck-smith-breaks-down-four-eagles-dl-hes-worked-with/4/

    [b]On Elijah Qualls:
    This cat is the most underrated defensive lineman I’ve trained in a long time. He’s a guy that could have been used differently.

    He has explosive power and will wreck shop in the Eagles defensive scheme. He’s a pass rusher, but it’s hard when you’re forced to be a 335-pound two-gapper.

    He’s a beast. We worked on some moves, and he’s not the same guy that left the University of Washington. Qualls is going to make noise in that camp. People are going to be shocked at how he wrecks people in camp and the preseason games. He’s ready and he’ll be a shock of the camp.[/b]

    So, whatever you say about how Qualls is doing or if he's doing well this year or not ... the comments from Smith highlight what recruits are getting educated and sold on.

    "yeah! we'll let you loose and you'll get to drive the qb into the ground! Like a crazed dawg!"

    or

    "your responsibility is to control the middle, if you see anyone going outside funnel them back in, take up your blockers and hold them ... and make a play or hold them until we gang tackle them ... over the long course of a game we'll have the upper hand and win more often than not as long as everyone plays to their responsibilities"

    Which sounds better to a 16-17 year old?

    Kids are stupid
    Hurts BTP IMO.
    Not cool, BTP is not stupid. He is speacial needs
    *speeshual
    WeakarmCobra
  • FremontTrollFremontTroll Posts: 2,060
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    animate said:

    I've been saying this for awhile. No big secret or nothin' ... but I think that high end prospects aren't that enamoured with:

    - gap integrity
    - containment
    - funneling the qb and offense through the middle/lanes
    - reducing qb performance variance, making the offense predictable

    If you try to sell that shit to recruits they're like "yeah ... okay ... can't I just rush the passer?"

    Yeah, the team success sells ... seeing Vea and Gaines and the rest do well ... sells ... seeing Ryan Bowman, Mr redshirt Freshman getting a highlight sack of Burmeister helps to sell too.

    But this takes time ... us Doogs (and I mean, everyone here at HH lol) think that recent success and even promise of future success means that defensive prospects should fall into our laps ... it's gonna take time. Like multiple successful years and recruiting cycles. That hasn't happened yet.

    Again, I mentioned before that the defensive coach for the Falcons Chuck Smith who does developmental work - worked with Qualls during the preseason and had some interesting things to say about him and UW's system.

    http://theeagleswire.usatoday.com/2017/06/30/pass-rusher-coach-chuck-smith-breaks-down-four-eagles-dl-hes-worked-with/4/

    [b]On Elijah Qualls:
    This cat is the most underrated defensive lineman I’ve trained in a long time. He’s a guy that could have been used differently.

    He has explosive power and will wreck shop in the Eagles defensive scheme. He’s a pass rusher, but it’s hard when you’re forced to be a 335-pound two-gapper.

    He’s a beast. We worked on some moves, and he’s not the same guy that left the University of Washington. Qualls is going to make noise in that camp. People are going to be shocked at how he wrecks people in camp and the preseason games. He’s ready and he’ll be a shock of the camp.[/b]

    So, whatever you say about how Qualls is doing or if he's doing well this year or not ... the comments from Smith highlight what recruits are getting educated and sold on.

    "yeah! we'll let you loose and you'll get to drive the qb into the ground! Like a crazed dawg!"

    or

    "your responsibility is to control the middle, if you see anyone going outside funnel them back in, take up your blockers and hold them ... and make a play or hold them until we gang tackle them ... over the long course of a game we'll have the upper hand and win more often than not as long as everyone plays to their responsibilities"

    Which sounds better to a 16-17 year old?

    What the fuck else is Chuck Smith gonna say? This kid is no different than 1000 other linemen I've seen in my day? GTFO of here with that puffery.

    Btw how many sacks does Qualms have in the NFL now that he has been let loose?
    backthepack
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