July 30, 2006

Richard Goodman deja vu?

If you've checked out the latest passing drill video on Warchant.com or stopped by the practice fields this summer during a player workout, you are probably very aware Richard Goodman's exploits.

The rising sophomore wide receiver has been the talk of the town this summer with his dominating performances. Whether it's in one-on-one or seven-on-seven drills, Goodman has stolen the spotlight on virtually every occasion. No matter which defensive back he has been matched up with, the Ft. Lauderdale native usually comes out on top.

"He's very quick, he's very elusive and he's a player that goes into his breaks full speed," safety Myron Rolle said "It's really hard to get on top of him and stay with him. The best thing to do is get a hand on him and try to slow him down a little bit but even then sometimes it doesn't work.

"He's a player who's hard to tackle in the open field and it's hard to get a hand on him at the line of scrimmage. He is, speaking as a safety, a very difficult matchup because he's very quick. I definitely see the type of quickness that he has that parallels with a guy like Peter Warrick."

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