I don’t understand why we haven’t see Koilan Jackson at all if healthy. In my opinion he has as much if not more talent than the receivers who have been playing. I would at least like to see him get a chance.
Fulwilder has been on the sidelines in sweats a couple of times, and I seem to remember that he dressed out for Eastern Illinois. He’s a tall kid who looks like he could add a lot of good weight. A bit taller and broader in the shoulders than Randy Ramsey, by way of comparison.
He also will have a head start on some of these other DEs in the recruiting class, so I think he’s one to watch in the spring, even if he does not play any down the stretch this year.
Jackson is a very puzzling deal. He may not be healthy now, but earlier this season he tweeted a practice video of himself making a contested one handed catch in stride. I wish somebody would ask the staff about his situation.
That’s not what I implied. I’m implying he may well be a miss IF he’s healthy and not playing on a team with subpar receiver play. My reasoning is he’s already redshirted so there’s no value in sitting him if he’s healthy and can play.
As best as I can tell no reports of him being in a green or yellow jersey this season.
The coach said after 3 or 4 games he wasn’t 100%, in my opinion WRs try to come back to quickly from knee injury, Childs, and Monk both should have taken a medical year because neither were the players they were prior to the injury when they came back and both started rounding closer to form when the season ended. Look at Chubb from Ga. His first year back was very average to the point Michel was their primary back, imo last year was the first time he started looking like the Freshman and Sophomore Chubb.
All this to say he could leverage a 6th year if he doesn’t play probably and should be 100% next year.