Tuesday, July 06, 2010
Duck Stuff: Morning Mud
• Brandon Bair and LaMichael James talk with a KVAL reporter on summer workouts and getting ready for fall camp which is only a month away.
• Two of Oregon's QB recruits are taking part in this year's Steve Clarkson Maui Super Seven.
Jerrard Randall and Brett Hundley joined five other QB's in Maui as they continue their development and map out a plan to play at the next level.
It would be easy to argue that Randall has the strongest arm of any of the quarterbacks we have seen in person, on tape or both for the 2011 class. However, his blessing can also be his curse because he knows only one speed -- 110 mph.
That being said, the slightly built, wiry signal-caller is a quick learner, has feet like a sewing machine needle and is a terrific athlete. He lacks ideal height, but his dimensions fit perfectly to Oregon's style. He is such a good athlete that he will give defenses fits with his legs, but his ability to make all the difficult throws is what is most impressive.
Posted by Mike Wines at 4:20 AM