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R3 Final - Cita 11-2 vs North Shore (13-0) 7 p.m. Fri 12/2 New Caney's Randall Reed

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  • #46
    Brown plays a smarter game and protects the ball, The A wins with defense.

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    • #47


      The chatter is higher on the Eagle side in a way that evolves a NS motivation. I can see NS going silent pretty soon and that’s bad news for Atascocita for sure.
      Game is gonna be epic in my opinion and NS will find its “groove” and slip, slide, or slam their way to victory! 🤡🤡🤡

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      • #48
        For the record I’m not referring to the number of posts here. It’s the silence in the streets or noise. The game is toss up until it starts in my opinion and with that a

        44-23 score sounds right!

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        • #49
          If North Shore makes the QB position dynamic, I like their chances. If they are going to have Jackson play like Tom Brady and sit in the pocket like I've seen so far, I like Atascocita's chances quite a bit. Amador flat out won the regular season game for North Shore when it looked like the Eagle defense had them dead to rights. If Atascocita doesn't have to respect the QB as an athlete, I'm not sure I've seen enough from Jackson passing wise to where I think he sits back there and carves Cita up. Choo Choo and Hardeman will need the added QB threat this week against an elite defense. We haven't seen Jackson challenged by anything resembling a top level defense, so this is going to get interesting quick.

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          • #50
            Originally posted by ClutchCity4ever View Post
            Brown plays a smarter game and protects the ball, The A wins with defense.
            Turnovers are not his issue. His issue is not being effective against elite teams. Go look at the Katy game where he failed to make throws to tie the game, go look at the NS game and it’s the same thing. He’s biggest strength is running, unfortunately he’s playing a team who’s biggest strength is run defense. I think he’s going to have the same type of game he did in the last matchup. His throwing hasn’t gotten any better since.

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            • #51
              Originally posted by ETRTW View Post

              Turnovers are not his issue. His issue is not being effective against elite teams. Go look at the Katy game where he failed to make throws to tie the game, go look at the NS game and it’s the same thing. He’s biggest strength is running, unfortunately he’s playing a team who’s biggest strength is run defense. I think he’s going to have the same type of game he did in the last matchup. His throwing hasn’t gotten any better since.
              His biggest issue is carelessly hail mary’ing the ball when he’s flushed out of the pocket and on his back foot. Why not just throw it away? 😂

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              • #52
                Originally posted by Cmb149 View Post

                His biggest issue is carelessly hail mary’ing the ball when he’s flushed out of the pocket and on his back foot. Why not just throw it away? 😂
                I agree or why not run it. He is a fast guy. Crazy enough not many of those have turned into INT
                Last edited by ETRTW; 11-29-2022, 01:13 PM.

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                • #53
                  Originally posted by ETRTW View Post

                  I agree or why not run it. He is a fast guy. Crazy enough not many of those have turned into INT
                  In my opinion, there are players who are quick, players who are fast, and players who seem to be both. Zion is a player who is fast, because he requires a straighter path (I.e., 100M dash) to pickup speed but is not quick by any means. Players who are quick can reach high velocity within a few steps and can move bi-directional with speed. Not many have both in highschool, but that’s the reason why I think Zion is not as good in tight spaces with his feet. However, if he can get an open stretch, he will probably win the foot race.

                  This is a good example of a player who is/was both: https://youtu.be/GGQm63qg8S8
                  Last edited by Cmb149; 11-29-2022, 04:13 PM.

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                  • #54
                    Originally posted by Cmb149 View Post

                    In my opinion, there are players who are quick, players who are fast, and players who seem to be both. Zion is a player who is fast, because he requires a straighter path (I.e., 100M dash) to pickup speed but is not quick by any means. Players who are quick can reach high velocity within a few steps and can move bi-directional with speed. Not many have both in highschool, but that’s the reason why I think Zion is not as good in tight spaces with his feet. However, it he can get an open stretch, he will probably win the foot race.

                    This is a good example of a player who is/was both: https://youtu.be/GGQm63qg8S8
                    Well Said, Zion has track speed(Straight Line), he lacks the quickness to get out of tough spots .My issue with Zion is on alot of his throws he does not have his feet set which we all know affects the accuracy of the pass. He has strong arm, he just needs to settle down and set his feet and make the throw.

                    its the same for Blaylock , he has straight line speed , he lacks that quickness. He runs hard and takes alot of unnecessary hits, kid has missed out on a gang of yards and TDs due to lack of quickness/ shiftiness.

                    Now 22 has speed and quickness, he needs more touches this week.

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                    • #55
                      Originally posted by Gator4ever View Post
                      For the record I’m not referring to the number of posts here. It’s the silence in the streets or noise. The game is toss up until it starts in my opinion and with that a

                      44-23 score sounds right!
                      Don't think either team gives up that many points.

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                      • #56
                        I'm gonna say the game is close in the first half and they then start Amador for the entire second half. NS then wins 28-17

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                        • #57
                          Originally posted by ahseagleproud View Post

                          Well Said, Zion has track speed(Straight Line), he lacks the quickness to get out of tough spots .My issue with Zion is on alot of his throws he does not have his feet set which we all know affects the accuracy of the pass. He has strong arm, he just needs to settle down and set his feet and make the throw.

                          its the same for Blaylock , he has straight line speed , he lacks that quickness. He runs hard and takes alot of unnecessary hits, kid has missed out on a gang of yards and TDs due to lack of quickness/ shiftiness.

                          Now 22 has speed and quickness, he needs more touches this week.
                          I still can’t believe he’s not being used enough

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                          • #58
                            Originally posted by Cmb149 View Post

                            In my opinion, there are players who are quick, players who are fast, and players who seem to be both. Zion is a player who is fast, because he requires a straighter path (I.e., 100M dash) to pickup speed but is not quick by any means. Players who are quick can reach high velocity within a few steps and can move bi-directional with speed. Not many have both in highschool, but that’s the reason why I think Zion is not as good in tight spaces with his feet. However, if he can get an open stretch, he will probably win the foot race.

                            This is a good example of a player who is/was both: https://youtu.be/GGQm63qg8S8
                            Raleek Brown is probably a better example of what you're talking about


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                            • #59
                              Originally posted by EASTHOUSTONFOOTBALL View Post

                              Raleek Brown is probably a better example of what you're talking about


                              https://youtu.be/-HREyLp-1BQ
                              Zachariah Branch out of Bishop Gorman in Vegas is also a good example of this

                              Junior highlights of Bishop Gorman's (Las Vegas, NV) 4-star wide receiver Zachariah Branch.
                              Last edited by ClearSpringsFan62; 11-29-2022, 08:38 PM.

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                              • #60
                                CalPreps official projection:
                                projection and percent chances to win: North Shore (Houston, TX) 31 (58%) Atascocita (Humble, TX) 28 (42%)

                                The Katy Tigers 2003-2022: 269-25

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