No one remembers Dobson from ESPN?

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    Re: No one remembers Dobson from ESPN?

    When BB was asked what's the most important thing a reciever has to do he said "Catch the Ball"

    Acrobatic catches are nice, but catching the ball when you should, in the clutch, are more important to me at least. I'm sure thats how he based his evaluations on this kid. When watching him on video, the thing that impressed me was he rarely let the ball hit his body, looks like he has very soft hands. Time will tell.

    BB uses the KISS principle, more people should.

     
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    Re: No one remembers Dobson from ESPN?

    In response to crazyworldoftroybrown's comment:

    When BB was asked what's the most important thing a reciever has to do he said "Catch the Ball"

    Acrobatic catches are nice, but catching the ball when you should, in the clutch, are more important to me at least.

    BB uses the KISS principle, more people should.



    It makes sense, Crazy.

    However, please realize that it is NOT TRUE THAT DOBSON HAD ZERO DROPS. He dropped at least 3 catchable passes in two games - WVU and UCF. His real drop rate is between 3% (If he did not drop any balls in other games) and 19% (if the youtube video was representative; meaning he drops 3 balls every two games). 

    Let's just hope that the error on that drop rate table that was posted here is more random than a result of some bias in the data collection. 

     
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    Re: No one remembers Dobson from ESPN?

    Good point, thats why people shouldn't get all fuzzy over a catch that he will have in a lifetime.
    Lets hope he makes the ones he's suppose to make.

     
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