This is a discussion on Snoddy Fast As **** within the Georgia Tech Football forums, part of the Georgia Tech Sports Message Boards category; Broderick Snoddy Sets School Record At Auburn Indoor Invite - Georgia Tech Official Athletic Site This is plain fast. Good ...
Broderick Snoddy Sets School Record At Auburn Indoor Invite - Georgia Tech Official Athletic Site
This is plain fast. Good things for this year in FB.
I hope he can learn the nuts and bolts of his position so he can showcase that speed. If not, it's just a wasted talent.
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11 out of 12. When will this stop?
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Peeples was slight and went down easy. To his credit he became a good blocker and was pretty good as a receiver. It's one thing to be fast it's another to have power and speed like Dwyer.
EP was kind of a form running glider. That made him easy to knock off his feet. Plus, I get the feeling he wasn't as fast with his pads on and a ball in one hand. He was a productive player, but never really reached the potential that we all saw in him early. Snoddy has shown us quite a burst already with the pads on. He is "football fast" and not just a sprinter. He will help us in many ways. How much is yet to be seen.
so what is it with Snoddy? Blocking? Learning the offense and its variables? Hands? Or is it just the old bugaboo with speed? it is all straight ahead. We could sure use that speed if he could harness it to open field running, blocking and cuts. Maybe at the end of the day he is a sprinter, and belongs on the track team.