The running backs, led by an unexpected star, impressed everyone this spring, looking very good in…
Spring Review: Receivers and Ys
Watching Nelson Rosario attempting to catch every pass one handed last year, and Taylor Embree looking the part of a below average possession receiver, you'd be forgiven for thinking that the talent behind them must have been abysmal. If they were the starters, how rough were the backups? As it turns out, the backups are (were?) pretty damn good. Even last year, it was pretty obvious that Shaquelle Evans, Devin Lucien, and Ricky Marvray (not to mention Josh Smith) were, at the very least, better than Embree, and probably close to Rosario, when you factor in consistent effort. As we've gone over a few times, Lucien redshirted, and it didn't make a ton of sense from a talent perspective. Marvray didn't get much work at all last year. Evans was the one of the three who actually played a significant amount, but he probably should have been starting all season. Anyway, we knew heading into spring ball that those three were probably going to look surprisingly good, and make a lot of people...
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