UGA Pro-Day 2015 a big huge flop

Here are the highlight performances :

 

Hutson Mason only a 28 ” vertical leap and only 4.79 in 40-yard “dash.”  Hutson Mason, whose number one criticism by Mark Richt all year long was that he could not throw the deep pass he reminded us after every game, elected NOT to try to do even one bench press.  No one will even invite him to an NFL camp.  He will not be drafted.  He will not be given any even free agent contract.  Slow, not athletic and no arm is no way for our Starting Quarterback, handed the job without competition as was Joe Tereshinski III and Joe Cox, and both of them found in fact NFL Quarterbacks playing their understudies here for Mark Richt.

 

Johnathon Rumph turned in the dead last worst performance on bench press with only 17 reps.  He also turned heads with his only 30 ” vertical leap, quite poor as well.  Ran a 4.74 in 40-yards, way too slow.  These numbers insure he gets not even a free agent contract, and will not be drafted.

 

4.53 in 40-yard dash for Corey Moore, far more respectable but NOT fast by any means, and 32″ vertical leap which is not all that great, either.

 

Todd Gurley II, whom we were told long ago that he would compete, and that he was looking forward to competing in Georgia’s Pro-Day, did not.  This sets up his lawsuit against the insurance company The University of Georgia “hired” for Todd Gurley II for loss of value – drop in selection below # 8 – in the 2015 NFL Draft, and his lawsuit against Mark Richt personally for leaving him in with a 3 TD lead to get a 4 TD lead with 5 minutes only remaining on the clock when the following week, Mark Richt took Nick Chubb out quicker than that.  This also was a game in which Todd Gurley II had already been injured and was not only nursing that injury still but also was compensating for that injury.  A game in which he had NOT played in 6 weeks’ time, a month and a half.  And, a game he had already had more carries than any other game.  He also had a 100-yard TD kick-off return called back after he ran that out too, only to see the flag afterwards not during.  It as well was a cold day.  It was a bitter cold day.

David Andrews only had 27 bench press reps.  He wanted and needed more.  This hurt him in the NFL Draft, not helped him.  I always thought he would be drafted, now I am unsure.

 

Kostas Vavlas 36″ vertical leap was almost up there in the good range.  That’s the good news.  The bad news is that that was the best any Bulldog could do yesterday.  Sad.  You have to love this guy for actually being the smartest on the team, and with the best vertical leap.  Always on the Dean’s List and Honor Rolls, he hopes to get into medical school.  I would bet on that.  He was a walk-on here.  Down to only 72 to suit up for the last game, the Belk Bowl, of the 118 signed scholarship recruits Mark Richt signed who with redshirt like Vavlas could’ve played in the Belk Bowl, Vavlas played every game for 3 years on special teams.  Despite his best performance for us yesterday, he will not be drafted and not offered a free agent contract but that does not diminish this man’s accomplishments in our classrooms, where his real future lies anyway.  Imagine this guy beat out all these highly touted recruited signed scholarship recruits of Mark Richt.  Just imagine ?  Good for him.  4.75 in the 40-yard dash, he out ran Starting Quarterback Hutson Mason, but then again, who did not ?  22 bench press reps beat out Ray Drew (only 18), Watts Dantzler (only 20), Corey Moore (only 19) and Jonathon Rumph (only 17.)

 

Someone named Trisdan Askew only recorded 8 bench press reps.  How embarrassing.  He would’ve been better off, not competing in bench press, like Hutson Mason who maybe can’t do even 8 – not from what I’ve seen of his 4-year dink-down passes only.

 

This is the worst Pro-Day  we’ve ever had.  Sorry assed performances.  The good news is that these guys are gone.  The bad news is that they played so much when they were here, averaging more than 4 losses a season.  Duh.

 

http://bulldawgillustrated.com/2015/03/18/photos-georgias-2015-pro-day/#foobox-1/0

 

Good luck to you guys.  You’re going to need it as this Pro Day was not set-up by the staff for you to be successful this day, obviously.

 

3-19-2015

Advertisements

9 thoughts on “UGA Pro-Day 2015 a big huge flop

  1. “The bad news is that they played so much when they were here, averaging more than 4 losses a season. Duh.”

    These players didn’t average more than 4 losses a season you senile old fuck. They’ve all been here for 3-4 years. I guess you didn’t know this but you only get 4 years of eligibilty you fucking idiot. You’re so consumed by your 7 year stats that you’ve become delusional.

    Last 4 years we’ve averaged 10 wins and 3.5 losses. 3.5 isn’t over 4 you dumb fuck. Here are the stats yet again ass wipe:

    From 2011-Present:

    – 40-14 with a .740 win% last 4 years

    – #10-12 among power 5 conference teams nationally

    – 10 wins per year

    -3.5 losses per year

    – 2 SEC East Titles

    LAST 4 YEARS!!

    Liked by 1 person

    1. My knowledge of football? I’m not even talking football. I can talk X’ and O’s with the best of them. I’m just talking about our record here. It doesn’t have to do with my knowledge. These are facts. Chechnya my stats. Feel free to look them up.

      Dumbass made a comment that these kids averaged over 4 losses per year. That’s impossible. You only get 4 years of eligibilty. Most of them weren’t even here 4 years ago except maybe Boss Andrews who is a DGD. How dare you talk bad about a DGD. What kind of fan are you you piece of shit?

      Here are the stats from the last 4 years:
      Last 4 years we’ve averaged 10 wins and 3.5 losses. 3.5 isn’t over 4 you dumb fuck. You’re questioning my knowledge? Am I incorrect with these stats?

      From 2011-Present:

      – 40-14 with a .740 win% last 4 years

      – #10-12 among power 5 conference teams nationally

      – 10 wins per year

      -3.5 losses per year

      – 2 SEC East Titles
      _____________________________________________

      When we win another championship, I dont want to come on here and see you turds basking in the glory. You don’t deserve to enjoy it. Yall are the anti-Georgia Georgia fans. Negative and delusional to very end.

      Liked by 1 person

    2. Excuse me Mr. great football fan sir – you little shithead – but, did I miss it or you just said that you thought these performances Pro Day were great ?

      No.

      No, sir. They were not great performances by our players.

      And, you sir therefore can kiss my ass.

      In fact, if you listen to what the players involved above in this blog about their performances said, they said that they did NOT do well.

      Duh.

      Trying to impress the scouts, and they fell on their collective faces.

      There is no doubt that this was the very worst Pro Day we’ve ever had in terms of the performances of the out-going Seniors and redshirt seniors, who by the way Mike, are # 24 in the nation in won/lost record, despite averaging # 8 Scout.com recruiting ranking.

      If you are satisfied with their performances on Pro Day, or for their careers here for us and for our program, you SIR are THE PROBLEM around here – for they themselves said their performances were not good Pro Day.

      Of course, if you knew anything about college sports, or competed in them yourself Mike, you would know that their performances were poor from the results above, herein.

      Dip shit.

      Liked by 1 person

      1. Where did I say the Pro-day performances were great? WHERE? Where do you get this shit? I can’t even have a decent argument with you because you’re so fucking stupid.

        PLEASE GO BACK AND READ MY COMMENT AND SHOW ME WHERE I SAID THAT!

        The problem I had was this comment of yours:

        “The good news is that these guys are gone. The bad news is that they played so much when they were here, averaging more than 4 losses a season. Duh.”

        There’s a reason why I started my comment off with this quote. Duh! You fucking dumbass. You had to have read it. It’s sad that you skip right over the fact that I called you out on your stupid comment because you realize you were wrong.

        Instead of admitting that, you don’t even mention it and you go straight to putting words in my mouth. Because I never said anything about the Pro-day performance good or bad. I don’t care about pro-day performances so I never argued that.

        I was just pointing out that these players couldn’t have averaged more than 4 losses a season, like you claim, because they’ve all been here for 3-4 years and you only get 4 years of eligibilty. For you to say that and diminish what these kids accomplished while they were at Georgia IS WHAT I HAVE A PROBLEM WITH.

        CAN YOU ADMIT THAT YOU MADE AN INCORRECT COMMENT? YOU FUCKING LOSER.

        Last 4 years we’ve averaged 10 wins and 3.5 losses. 3.5 isn’t over 4 you dumb fuck. Here are the stats yet again and Here’s your stupid quote:

        “The bad news is that they played so much when they were here”

        Here’s what these kids ACTUALLY accomplished while they were playing for my Georgia Bulldawgs:

        From 2011-Present:

        – 40-14 with a .740 win% last 4 years

        – #10-12 among power 5 conference teams nationally

        – 10 wins per year

        – 3.5 losses per year

        – 2 SEC East Titles

        How dare you insult these kids!?

        If you want to say that their Pro-day performance was bad then go ahead. I don’t have a problem with that and never said I did. Who really cares about pro-day anyway?

        My problem is when you bash (you pretty much said good riddance) a group kids that won 10 games/year and 2 division titles in their 4 years. This was a great group of kids. Some Damn Good Dawgs. Fuck you for saying otherwise.

        Liked by 1 person

      2. “Of course, if you knew anything about college sports, or competed in them yourself Mike”

        So now you’re going to try and tell us that you played a college sport?

        Lol. Now I’ve heard it all

        Liked by 1 person

  2. I don’t think Hutson Mason will get drafted. To me his arm strength will hold him back. But you, a complete fucking dumbass, are bashing his 40 time. I dont know why I’m surprised. You’re a negative troll who can never see the positive in anything. Here’s your quote:

    “Hutson Mason only a 28 ” vertical leap and only 4.79 in 40-yard “dash.” ”

    When you read this article, 4.79 doesn’t sound that bad:

    http://www.mdjonline.com/view/full_story/26534981/article-Column–Mason-s-pro-day-catches-some-eyes?instance=home_sports

    Feel free to read it but i’ll just give you a few brief excerpts.

    “In addition to having a good showing with his arm, Mason surprised nearly everyone by running a 4.7 in the 40. That was a better time than some of the higher rated quarterbacks at the NFL Combine, including Florida State’s Jameis Winston and Baylor’s Bryce Petty.”

    So he actually did better than expected with his arm strength and his 40 time was better than Winston’s and Petty’s.

    YOU CALLED IT AWFUL!

    Here’s another excerpt:

    “By the end of the broadcast, Spears was impressed with Mason’s “eye-popping efficiency,” and that he was “more athletic than anticipated.”

    On-the-field analyst, and former Alabama quarterback Greg McElroy, said Mason’s pass velocity was “better than expected,” and that he “heard scouts say they were really impressed with him.””

    So in summary Mason’s pro-day performance, which you referred to as awful, actually moved him up draft boards in the eyes of scouts.

    A decrepit old fuck like yourself sees it as awful. Pro scouts saw the exact same performance as “better than expected”.

    There’s a huge gap between your “awful” and “better than expected” or this quote: “The workout may have actually moved him into the late rounds of the draft.”

    What you see as failure, the experts see as positive.

    Duh!

    Like

  3. I never said David Andrews was not any good. Liar. I said the entire Pro Day was lackluster, poorly prepared, poorly organized, and was not designed to show off these guys. You, sir are a friqin’ liar. You simply have a hard on about me pointing out daily here how poorly run this football program is under your Saint, Mark Richt. And, therefore how poorly we do EVERYTHING as a direct result thereof. And, I do mean EVERYTHING. Mark Richt is a dumbass. Hutson Mason his anointed one. What a freaking damn laugh. Joke on Mark Richt. He does not care, which is why he continuously says dumbshit statements about everything while he can not beat the top teams like he did when he first got here and while he continues to lose to lesser-talented teams than we have as well. His roster mismanagement of playing favorites has cost him dearly. Again, he does not give a shit.
    I told you, as you can readily see :
    “David Andrews only had 27 bench press reps. He wanted and needed more. This hurt him in the NFL Draft, not helped him. I always thought he would be drafted, now I am unsure.”
    Your reply ?
    David Andrews will be drafted.
    Actual result ?
    NOT DRAFTED, poor Pro Day.

    Up until the poor Pro Day, I ALWAYS thought he would be drafted. After that performance, I was unsure.

    You ?
    Sure.

    Result ?
    NOT DRAFTED, poor Pro Day.

    Had to go the unrestricted free agent route, where he worked on this poor showing Pro Day and made the team, which is what I always thought he would do. I was disappointed in our Pro Day.

    As for the fact that I have submitted all along – as you by the way – that Hutson Mason WOULD NEVER play in the NFL, nor ever in God’s green earth ever freaking get drafted, sir, he in his 5 years’ time here sat on the bench (and should have STAYED THERE) and watched us lose in fact 21 games in his 5 years here dumbass mother.

    21 divided by 5 is MORE THAN 4 LOSSES a season average for the time Hutson Mason was here sitting on the bench and should have stayed there.

    46-21 for Hutson Mason’s time here :

    http://football.stassen.com/cgi-bin/records/calc-wp.pl?start=2010&end=2014&rpct=0&min=0&by=Win+Pct

    2010
    2011
    2012
    2013
    2014

    5 years Redshirt Senior – EXACTLY PRECISELY as I stated herein

    21 losses.

    MORE than 4 losses a season average.

    Good Freaking Riddance.

    Is it any wonder that our Pro Day was such a huge big FLOP given that the redshirt seniors averaged more than 4 losses a season ?

    What did you expect them to do ?

    Have a great Pro Day, or me miss them ?

    You are just a bold-faced little snot liar.

    Aren’t you ?

    Liked by 1 person

Comment or REPLY to this post HERE :

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s