Any player who is faster than Dres Anderson is a serious weapon.Like
Reggie Dunn, and Steve Smith (whom he is more like, physically, than Shaky
Smithson) Clay can make an immediate impact on special teams. But as he learns
the offense, having the ability to have both Dres and Kaelin line up at WR at
the same time will open up opposing defenses, even in the very talented PAC.
In so doing, Clay may find he makes friends with RBs Bubba Poole,
Devontae Booker, in addition to TEs Westlee Tonga and Siale Fakailoatonga. If the Utes need to put a very fast offense on the field, RBs Troy
McCormick (Texas 3A 200m champ) and Dre'Vian Young (Texas 5A 400m champ) on
the field, as well, in addition to other WRs with speed, Delshawn McClellon and
Dominique Hatfield.With new OC Christensen originally being an OL
himself, and OL coach Jim Harding drawing universal praise, and numbers of solid
bigs, good progress up front could finally lead Utah out of hangover
they've had since joining the PAC 12.
Are you sure you want to use the word "hangover" when describing the
quality of football being played in SLC?
Great summary, 10CC. This season could be a lot of fun!Go Utes!
10CC: Excellent assessment. I agree with what you said, and will add
that it would be great to see McCormick line up in the slot from time to time to
get him the ball in open space. There are more offensive weapons than Utah has
probably ever had at any one time. DC's demand for precision, as well as
dynamic play calling, should make this offense finally competitive in the PAC.
Here is a "real" challenge; make the Dean's List three semesters in
@cali blue"Are you sure you want to use the word
"hangover" when describing the quality of football being played in
SLC?"That could apply equally to Provo as well.
Dr. ThomLong Beach, CAHere is a "real" challenge; make the
Dean's List three semesters in a row!--------Pretty
difficult to accomplish, since Kaelin will only be at The U for two semesters,