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SmootSmack 12-14-2009 03:29 PM

Locker to Washington
 
Locker is going back to Washington for his senior season. No link yet

skinsfan69 12-14-2009 03:37 PM

Re: Locker to Washington
 
good move for him. he needs another year w/ Steve. S.

johno 12-14-2009 05:02 PM

Re: Locker to Washington
 
espn just made it official. hes going back to school.

Larry Michael is Satan 12-14-2009 05:35 PM

Re: Locker to Washington
 
Locker was very likely going to be the first QB off the board. Now Clausen is the first. Hopefully, this could end up meaning Clausen WON'T be there when we pick!

PennSkinsFan 12-14-2009 06:07 PM

Re: Locker to Washington
 
Feel free to cast you vote on whether it was a smart decision.

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Big C 12-14-2009 07:55 PM

Re: Locker to Washington
 
locker could have been a high pick this year, but imo it would have taken him several years to be an effective nfl qb. this move is kind of confusing though. hes not on scholarship anymore because he signed a minor league baseball contract, so he is paying his own way through. it seems a little risky for him to stay, but cant fault a guy for wanting an education and to play another year of college football.

diehardskin2982 12-15-2009 05:12 PM

Re: Locker to Washington
 
Hope we draft dexter mccluster of ole miss in the mid rounds. He plays both WR and RB low 4.3 speed and can return punts/ kickoffs.

mlmdub130 12-15-2009 05:19 PM

Re: Locker to Washington
 
[quote=Big C;639898]locker could have been a high pick this year, but imo it would have taken him several years to be an effective nfl qb. this move is kind of confusing though. [B]hes not on scholarship anymore because he signed a minor league baseball contract, so he is paying his own way through[/B]. it seems a little risky for him to stay, but cant fault a guy for wanting an education and to play another year of college football.[/quote]

some one called into lavar and dukes and said he got $300k for a signing bonus, take that for what it's worth

and i think it is a good move on his part, washington is just starting to turn it around and he has a helluva coach to learn from one more year, granted he might not get as big of a contract next year as he might this year, but hopefully his mindset isn't just signing a big rookie contract but instead being a productive nfl qb over a career

firstdown 12-15-2009 05:34 PM

Re: Locker to Washington
 
[quote=Big C;639898]locker could have been a high pick this year, but imo it would have taken him several years to be an effective nfl qb. this move is kind of confusing though. hes not on scholarship anymore because he signed a minor league baseball contract, so he is paying his own way through. it seems a little risky for him to stay, but [SIZE=4]cant fault a guy for wanting an education[/SIZE] and to play another year of college football.[/quote]

I don't understand that thought. He stays in college and blows out his knee or arm and cannot play pro ball but he now has a degree. He goes to the pros signs a nice deal and blows out his knee but made one big pay day. Can he not now go back to finish college with a bum knee?

mlmdub130 12-15-2009 05:57 PM

Re: Locker to Washington
 
[quote=firstdown;640283]I don't understand that thought. He stays in college and blows out his knee or arm and cannot play pro ball but he now has a degree. He goes to the pros signs a nice deal and blows out his knee but made one big pay day. Can he not now go back to finish college with a bum knee?[/quote]

like the old saying shit happens, you can't live life thinking about the what if's, botom line the kid is doing what [B]HE[/B] wants to do and you can't fault him for that imo

GTripp0012 12-15-2009 06:05 PM

Re: Locker to Washington
 
I'll just say: we're saved.

I'm not even being sarcastic. Locker going back to school is a great choice for his career, saves countless teams at the top of the draft another raw prospect that no one can develop but they all think they can, and also helps out us USC haters.

53Fan 12-15-2009 07:28 PM

Re: Locker to Washington
 
If Locker stays injury free, he should come out more NFL ready next year. From what I understand Washington played more of a pro style offense this year and another year would help him become more polished. He could be the #1 pick next year and have an easier transition to the pro game. He's been compared to a bigger, stronger Steve Young by some.

mlmdub130 12-15-2009 08:00 PM

Re: Locker to Washington
 
[quote=GTripp0012;640296][B]I'll just say: we're saved.[/B]

I'm not even being sarcastic. Locker going back to school is a great choice for his career, saves countless teams at the top of the draft another raw prospect that no one can develop but they all think they can, and also [B]helps out us USC haters[/B].[/quote]

yes

hell yes, they finished 6th in the pac-10 this year :goodjob:


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