Preston Williams Has A Learning Mindset

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I respect your opinion and I assume you've watched a lot of tape on this dude but
in this case I have seen zero evidence to support your claim "poor hands" and
"sucks as a route runner."

I think his pro day more than anything dropped him -- obviously compounded by
his (supposed) "character issues." From my perspective -- I could care less what his
40 time vertical eyeball twitch factor is -- I see a kid that makes plays and via his
interviews I think he gets "it" at this point in his life.

Beyond that -- I'm giving myself the luxury of being totally optimistic about the kids
upside and what he can bring to the field.

Everybody here gets it -- he wasn't drafted and there are reasons for that -- however
that fact does NOT preclude the possibility he will demonstrate some of the (IMO) impressive
attributes he showed in his 1 season to shine...

I think the kid is hungry. And I think he's out to prove a big sharp jagged point!

Perhaps it will prove laughable but I'm as excited about his potential as I am for any
player we drafted.

Have fun!

Drink more tequila!

BNF
Yeah I see no evidence of that either. Furthermore, I believe one of the skills that he possesses coach mentioned it in his presser. "hes got good hands" that was just one of them.
 

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preston williams uses his body well also. Should be an easy target for fitzpatrick or rosen if he makes the team.
 
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