- Feb 7, 2010
- AFL Club
- Other Teams
- Green Bay Packers, Stanford
its not such a surpirse that Brian is still with the Packers, the punter job wont be decided untill the final roster cuts.
Holding seems to where Masthay has the edge over Bryan. Crosby is consistently hitting with Masthay holding, and the opposite for Bryan.For the Cleveland pre-season game, expect one punter to hold for all kicks and Bryan and Masthay to alternate at punter.
The punter who did not hold in the Cleveland game will hold in the second game against the Seahawls and they will alternate at punter again.
Bolded bit extremely important, as it was where Chris was struggling earlier in TC. Is doing the holding in the game @ Seattle this week, so that'll be telling.RobDemovsky said:Bryan averaged 52.3 yards and 4.56 hang time on punts he swung away. Masthay was 47.6 and 4.08.
On pooch punts, Bryan placed it an ave of the 10 yard line, incl one at the 3. Masthay averaged the 16.25 yard line with best at the 11.
Crosby on a role, 6 for 6 with string wind behind. 28, 33, 36, 40, 45, 53. All FGs were downwind. All with Bryan holding.
It'd be truly great to see another Aussie make it especially at a non-punting position. And he sure as heck doesn't look like a punter.The number 1 JC prospect and the number 3 DT overall (according to Rivals) is an Australian. Jesse Williams, he is a 6'4", 350lb monster at 19 years old. Committed to Alabama and is considered a big signing for them. Hopefully he can make it to the NFL
Here's the lastest article on Jesse Williams with his JUCO highlights at Western Arizona. I mean wow. number one JUCO prospect gets recuited by Nick Saban to Alabama. With all his NFL connections... Williams is going to make an NFL team for sure in the next couple of years. That rare size, strength and speed is going to get him drafted as a nose tackle. I'm excited for this guy.He never dreamed how much better it could be. The idea that football could be a lucrative profession was, well, foreign to him. Yet if the analysts' projections are correct, Williams could be a millionaire in a couple of years.
"Honestly, I don't think about that," he says. "It's popped up in conversation from time to time. Coach tells me about it. But I came here to America to go to school. It never dawned on me [football] might be a career."
Others saw the possibilities after Williams had a strong freshman season at Arizona Western, when he had 46 tackles, 3.5 sacks and three forced fumbles. That got the attention of big-time FBS coaches.
yeah right. What's he studying, astrophysics?"Honestly, I don't think about that," he says. "It's popped up in conversation from time to time. Coach tells me about it. But I came here to America to go to school. It never dawned on me [football] might be a career."