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    Re: Houston Tuminello

    I watch RP Stuarts films quite often. He appears to be a PHYSICAL player, that is something we've been missing at the wideout for a while now. If he doesn't get injured, I expect he will be a significant cog in the offense. Of all the players that signed(offense), he excites me the most.

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    Re: Houston Tuminello

    Quote Originally Posted by MICKEYS14 View Post
    You are so right BOXER! If Richie Casey is fully recovered from his knee surgery, and from all reports he is, we will see another BURNER in the same class as Livas. Wow, it really gets this old fart fired up with all the talk about the YOUNG WR's! I really appreciate jlybn telling us about Houston---can't wait to see him in a Bulldog uniform!
    coach, i had the chance to watch richie casey in action during the playoffs last year against menard. it looked like casey was playing against a team in slow motion. i'm equally as excited to get his little brother in bulldog blue. will the younger casey be a junior or senior this year?
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    Re: Houston Tuminello

    Quote Originally Posted by Juice752 View Post
    Houston seems like Beck but bigger.

    why can we only compare white receivers to other white receivers? from watching tuminello's video, he is already better than beck

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    Re: Houston Tuminello

    Quote Originally Posted by Chris29 View Post
    why can we only compare white receivers to other white receivers?


    Nah man to me he really looks like a Brandon Stokley or..Wes Welker. Maybe even a Wayne Chrebet! Ricky Proehl?

    Pleeeaaaseeee...

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    Re: Houston Tuminello

    Quote Originally Posted by Chris29 View Post
    why can we only compare white receivers to other white receivers? from watching tuminello's video, he is already better than beck
    Mostly because they are both from Texas and have set Texas high school receiving records.

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    Re: Houston Tuminello

    Quote Originally Posted by DAWG DUDE View Post
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    Nah man to me he really looks like a Brandon Stokley or..Wes Welker. Maybe even a Wayne Chrebet! Ricky Proehl?

    Pleeeaaaseeee...
    Exactly what I thought,(Stokley).

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    Re: Houston Tuminello

    Quote Originally Posted by jlynnb1 View Post
    I have followed high-school football in East and North Texas for several years. I have seen many great players in that time at all positions. I'm posting this just to let all LA TECH supporters know that you are going to be shocked at the skill level of Houston Tuminello at WR. His numbers are staggering career-wise:

    262 catches (state record)
    4311 Yards
    55 TD's

    I saw him play 8 or 9 times and he possesses the best ball skills of any high-school WR that I have ever seen. I don't have a dog in this fight but I will assure you that you will see hands, route-running and acrobatic catches like you haven't seen in a long time.

    I have noticed you guys are excited about Cruise Williams, and you should be, but you can take my word for it his WR skills are far inferior to Tuminello's.

    Congratulations to all Tech supporters, the next few years should be exciting.

    Just an opinion from a high-school football junkie.

    Thanks for the post. Welcome to the board.

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    Any links to video on Houston? I'd like to see him in action!
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    Re: Houston Tuminello

    Quote Originally Posted by Chris29 View Post
    why can we only compare white receivers to other white receivers? from watching tuminello's video, he is already better than beck
    Beck's pretty salty, I think we need to wait until Tuminello plays against college players first.

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    Re: Houston Tuminello

    Quote Originally Posted by TECH88 View Post
    Beck's pretty salty, I think we need to wait until Tuminello plays against college players first.
    Excellent point. While I think we will see some improvement in our receiving corps, I'm not expecting anything spectacular from our freshmen. I know they will add depth and production, but I can't get excited about a true freshmen making an impact immediately. That would take an exceptional athlete. I believe Tuminello will do great things for us, but I would just like to caution everyone not to put too much on his shoulders right away. The same goes for Cruz.

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    Re: Houston Tuminello

    Quote Originally Posted by Dirtydawg View Post
    Excellent point. While I think we will see some improvement in our receiving corps, I'm not expecting anything spectacular from our freshmen. I know they will add depth and production, but I can't get excited about a true freshmen making an impact immediately. That would take an exceptional athlete. I believe Tuminello will do great things for us, but I would just like to caution everyone not to put too much on his shoulders right away. The same goes for Cruz.
    Totally agree. I think many of us (myself definitely included) are very guilty of doing that with D1. If Morris has a productive year this year and a great year next year than he will have more than done his job!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bigdog13 View Post
    Totally agree. I think many of us (myself definitely included) are very guilty of doing that with D1. If Morris has a productive year this year and a great year next year than he will have more than done his job!
    I agree about D1. I was guilty about expecting too much too soon. Plus I had to learn to let go of the resentment of his not wanting to help the team where I though he could best help us. I hope that he, first and foremost, takes care of his studies and becomes successful off the field then produces to the best of his abilities on the field.

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    Re: Houston Tuminello

    the problem with these freshman (and j.c guys) vs. mississippi state is it is game one on national television. think about livas last year. he did nothing vs. hawaii. later in the year vs. new mexico state, san jose state, and l.s.u., he was a different guy. if he could performed against hawaii the way he performed later in the year, we win that game by two touchdowns. wish we had a central arkansas or southeastern first this year.

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    Re: Houston Tuminello

    Quote Originally Posted by Dirtydawg View Post
    Excellent point. While I think we will see some improvement in our receiving corps, I'm not expecting anything spectacular from our freshmen. I know they will add depth and production, but I can't get excited about a true freshmen making an impact immediately. That would take an exceptional athlete. I believe Tuminello will do great things for us, but I would just like to caution everyone not to put too much on his shoulders right away. The same goes for Cruz.

    Good point. Come into the season not expecting much from a FR. If one blows up and has a stud year, then be very happy and count it as gain.

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    Re: Houston Tuminello

    Quote Originally Posted by TECH88 View Post
    Beck's pretty salty, I think we need to wait until Tuminello plays against college players first.
    Salty? Not trying to be negative, just being realistic, but Beck wouldn't see the field for most D-I teams. He benefited from playing for a team with not much talent at the receiver position last year. He had a few solid punt returns, but he didn't do much as a receiver. That was a pretty salty drop in the end zone at the end of the 1st half at LSU. I'm not trying to bash Beck, and I don't expect much from any freshman, but I do think that Tuminello has more tools and will be better than Beck THIS season. That said, Beck is one of the better receivers we have, but that is not saying much.

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