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Guys, Jordan Hall is the shiftiest player on the roster not counting incoming freshman that we know nothing about in regards to how they'll perform at this level. He is easily the best option right now as a third down back who can block, run, catch passes out of the backfield, and make a guy miss one on one. That's not to say he is some elite player either. It's a commentary on what we have now. He is right now the best option for the Percy Harvin role. Don't take my word for it either, check out UFM's comments going in to last season. Will one of the freshman pass him? Maybe. And that's a big maybe when you look at how many freshman play a significant role. A couple posters names a few of those freshman who have done it, as its literally a few over a span of many, many seasons. I can't believe how short sighted so many of you are. We have this same type of argument every year. It's insane.
Jordan Hall is solid. Solid is good enough to win big ten titles but not good enough to win national titles.
What role would Jordan Hall would play in Bama Offense? He would not see the field and if OSU is going to beat Bama or any other SEC school, they need to put equal talent on the field.
I recall 2 of the 3 biggest playmakers for Bama were Cooper and Yeldon who happen to be freshmen so this notion that I would rather have a solid senior than a freshman dripping with talent is laughable.
Give me the talented player over the hard working senior who has a low ceiling because when the talented player works hard, the sky is the limit.
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