Tavon Austin

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    Tavon Austin

    Tavon Austin from West Virginia may look good in a Patriots uniform next year. If BB wants value,

    Austin is an electrifying kick-off and punt returner as well as an excellent slot receiver. Against Oklahoma last night, the coaches decided that Austin needed more touches. So they played him at tailback for the first time in his college career. He torched the Sooners for 345 rushing yards(mostly consisting of several long runs) and 572 all purpose yards which broke a Big 12 record. This guy is not only multi-talented but has blistering speed and is incredibly shifty while running at top speed. Could he be the next KF (3rd down back) who can also field punts and kick-offs? He's not much taller than Woodhead but seems to be stronger with a larger frame. Charleston Gazette reported that Patriot scouts have been attending many WVU games lately and they are not watching  the quarterback or WVU's last in the nation defense.

     

     

     

     

     
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    Re: Tavon Austin

    i wouldnt be against it.....but the pats have three running backs that they use already and demps will be their kick returner next year.

     
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    Re: Tavon Austin

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    Tavon Austin from West Virginia may look good in a Patriots uniform next year. If BB wants value,

    Austin is an electrifying kick-off and punt returner as well as an excellent slot receiver. Against Oklahoma last night, the coaches decided that Austin needed more touches. So they played him at tailback for the first time in his college career. He torched the Sooners for 345 rushing yards(mostly consisting of several long runs) and 572 all purpose yards which broke a Big 12 record. This guy is not only multi-talented but has blistering speed and is incredibly shifty while running at top speed. Could he be the next KF (3rd down back) who can also field punts and kick-offs? He's not much taller than Woodhead but seems to be stronger with a larger frame. Charleston Gazette reported that Patriot scouts have been attending many WVU games lately and they are not watching  the quarterback or WVU's last in the nation defense.

     

     

     

     

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    +1  I think he's well worth a 2nd round pick and would fit into the Pats system very well. He's the receiver I'd like to see here the most of all the guys coming out next year

     
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