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Pocket Presence: Learned skill or innate ability?

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Bd489
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To go from freshman ball in high school to sec starting qb, I'm impressed with all of the skills he has except for pocket awareness. We can't expect it all from a recruit that didn't start for 7 years. Hopefully he figures it out quickly, otherwise LSU is going to be eating his lunch!
Vinny B
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Bd489 said:

To go from freshman ball in high school to sec starting qb, I'm impressed with all of the skills he has except for pocket awareness. We can't expect it all from a recruit that didn't start for 7 years. Hopefully he figures it out quickly, otherwise LSU is going to be eating his lunch!
I think KT is going to have a big game this weekend. Truly think he is going to carve up the tiger D.
Gator5000e
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I think Trask's pocket presence is fine. He's had his arm hit from then back side a few times and was pancaked once. Even EJ was an inch or two from getting his arm hit a couple of times on Saturday. It does appear that a number of our middle and sideline routes take some time to develop. Still, I'd rather see him take an extra second to wait for those routes than constantly dumping to ball off to the safety value receiver at the slightest hint of pressure.
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