QB Jayden George

AlexanderFan

Hall of Fame
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He’s got the genetics to be a good one. He also has the genetics to be a difficult headache. His father was both.

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IndyBison

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Based on what I read locally is he's a preferred walk on. Not aware of any attitude issues. He threw to a stud receiver who was recruited by all of the B1G and is going to Purdue. His RB gained over 2000 yards and I believe is still committed to Southern Illinois (only 5'6"). Hard to say how good he really is but probably a very good scout team QB.

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B1GTide

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Apr 13, 2012
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He has to know that he will never earn playing time in the QB room. I think that he is at Alabama to prepare for a coaching career.
 

BamaMoon

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Apr 1, 2004
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He has to know that he will never earn playing time in the QB room. I think that he is at Alabama to prepare for a coaching career.
So the assumption is he could probably have gone to a directional school or played at a lower level but is choosing 4 or 5 years with a front row seat to the GOAT?
 

CoolBreeze

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Sep 18, 2002
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And more recently...Levi Wallace.
Wallace Gilberry wasn't a walk on but Shula offered him after the Alabama-Mississippi Allstar Game. I think that dude was cracking heads in the League on the D Line for well over 10 years if I remember correctly.