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In 2013 Myles Jack was awarded his Pac-12 offensive

Postby Creswellda » Mon Sep 04, 2023 8:45 am

In 2013 Myles Jack was awarded his Pac-12 offensive Freshman of the Year and Pac-12 defensive Freshman and of the Award of the Year. In the years prior to that, Eric Weddle did everything for Utah as a player, including playing 90 snaps in a 2006 game in which he scored just two touchdowns. He also served as the holder for the game-winning field goal.

Christian McCaffrey Scouting Report

"Could we be seeing the more efficient variant of Ty Montgomery with a higher ceiling? The range of a running back who is between the tackles equipped with broad receiver speed, as well as speed on the route is a huge advantage for every offense. The pattern established through LaDainian Tomlinson as well as Jamaal Charles prior to that has been improved by Bell to give players like Dion Lewis and McCaffrey the easy path to success." -- Read More at Rule of Tree

As both Jack Weddle and Jack Weddle were limited to single defensive positions in the Madden NFL 24 McCaffrey's versatility is unlikely to be wasted. He told reporters on March 1 that Madden NFL 24 teams told that they'd like to use his many talents to good use.

"It's basically the same stuff I've been doing at Stanford," McCaffrey said at the Madden NFL 24 Combine. "Something I am very proud on is that I am not just a running back that can catch the ball but if I make the move to the slot, I become a receiver. When I step out to X or Z I'm now a receiver and not a running back. I really try to pride myself on running routes in catching, running, and able to be a mismatch anywhere on the field."

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