Discussion in 'Artwork Zone' started by Catch-22, Apr 26, 2004.
Sweet. Good job man.
Thanks a lot.
indeed nice thanks man have a beer on me
Please do not compare JuJones to air tacke Hambrick
I likey..I likey
Thanks man. Appreciate it!
4th in School History in total rushing yards (3,018) and he missed his junior season and split time his senior season....behind a suspect line.
The more I look....the more I like
Share the same feeling as you on that. Im liking this guy more and more.
Thanks a lot, Catch. Good stuff.
awesome job !
Thanks - looked good.
A good friend of mine who wnt to ND said we are going to be very happy w/the pick.
They should put a 1 in front of Marcus's 5
Thanks for the clip! The kids seems to have enough moves and I especially liked the way he moved the ball to his outside arm on that first run. I can't wait to see this guy in action in a Cowboys uni..
That was great!! Is this your new handle, Dogo?
Excellent balance and bounces off tacklers instead of falling down like THam. I love the highlights that showed he can break tackles....something we didn't have for past two yrs.
The more I see him run, the more my mind is put at ease. My only regret is that I didn't get to see more of him last season. One thing I noticed is his feet are constantly moving and blades of grass nor arm tackles slows him down much. I am not saying he will be Emmitt reincarnate but man he sure does remind me of him.
Great job Catch-22... thanks... these videos are hard to find... are are a couple of streaming vids I found yesterday...
J. Jones Vids
Much appreciated Catch.
I like the way JJ was running through arm tackles and hitting the hole hard in those clips. The one thing I noticed while watching a couple of ND games this year, was JJ's legs never stop moving. Damn good motor on that kid.
Does the downloadable clip (from ESPN's draft coverage) seem stretched horizontally for anyone else? Or just me?
Also, he had a great run in the Senior Bowl that would make a nice clip. He ran wide left, juked a defensive end (Florida's Bobby McCray), ran past him easily, then ran downfield and plowed into a defensive back (Florida's Guss Scott), knocking him out of the game. It was a nice blend of speed, moves and power, all in one run.
nope, I'm not Dogo