Tag Archive for ‘Marvin Jones’
Thanks I have great readers. People who send me holiday cards, books, and YouTube videos because they just enjoy the back-and-forth. While I’m not always able to respond in kind or with as much regularity as I’d like, I still want to thank all of you who frequent this blog, email me, and/or purchase the… Read More ›
With the help of numerous Footballguys.com writers, Bob Henry creates a weekly aggregation of camp news titled (simply enough) Training Camp Update. I can’t recommend it highly enough. The first issue is free to the public. I’m going to quote some of the notes and provide my own take. Carolina Panthers FB Mike Tolbert: Why… Read More ›
Greatness lies not in being strong, but in the right use of strength. – Henry Ward Beecher Georgia Tech wide receiver Stephen Hill is tall, fast, and has a frame that will likely support another 10-15 pounds of muscle without sacrificing his 4.36-40 speed. Cal wide receiver Marvin Jones is a shade under 6’2″ and… Read More ›
The RSP Caption Contest Winner is…. Having to play catch up. I thought I’d have it later in the day but I changed this entry to reflect the entry I made later about readers voting on it. Views Marvin Jones Highlights from 2010 (Hat tip to ninersnation.com for mentioning my blog and finding this highlight… Read More ›
Wide Receivers Marvin Jones, Cal: The North receivers ran a variation of a four-cone drill that ended with a pass thrown after the final turn among these four cones and then cut between a narrow alley between two cones. After Marvin McNutt felt his way through the cones at 3/4 speed, Jones breezed through the… Read More ›
Marvin, let’s talk about the technique involved with playing wide receiver.
If you haven’t noticed, the RSP blog is often my catchall area to write about anything I can relate to football. Nonetheless, rookie evaluation is still far and away the headliner. With the regular NFL season in the books I’ve ramped up my film study of college players. Here’s a few odds and ends about… Read More ›