- Oct 12, 2004
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- Pensacola Florida
Well he didn’t play collegiate ball so that initially put him WAY behind other players. He’s been on 3 different teams now with 3 different position coaches. So I’m sure he’s learned techniques, and other things that he didn’t know originally to help him on the field. I’m pretty sure originally he just tried to use his speed to beat people early on and realized he can’t do that in the NFL. Now he has Coach CJ to further his development. I don’t see him making the 53 unless he killsNo offense, but big deal.
We know he's fast. So does every other team, including those he's already been with. They let him go.
What's he doing differently now? That would actually be a story worth reading.
Hayes WAS a highly recruited football player got a scholarship to Florida A&, not "just" a track star. He didn't "become" a player.The Beerman comparison is intriguing, for sure. Even Lewis' scant pre-Saints experience was more than Grayson's, though.
The only big-time track guys who became a bona fide, competent NFL receivers were Bob Hayes and Willie Gault. It takes a combination of speed and other skills to put all that together.
Bank on Grayson at this point. Guy is multi All American and champion sprinter. One of the most decorated athletes to have worn the LSU colors. Maybe 5-6 years ago Ginn could compete. Not now.Never mind the beerman comparisons.
We've got another speedster who put out an open challenge to ANY NFL player.
I want to see the race between Grayson and Ginn.