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Frogs get their first 2021 commit and it's QB from Germany.

 

 

 

 

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The kid is a physical freak.

 

https://bleacherreport.com/articles/2844066-if-you-were-to-build-a-quarterback-this-is-what-it-would-look-like

 

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At nearly 6'6" and 235 pounds, Honig possesses NFL size as a 17-year-old. And the part that has coaches and scouts really interested in the 2021 prospect is what he can do with it.

Honig's 38-inch vertical is better than any quarterback has posted at the NFL combine since Robert Griffin III in 2012, per Pro Football Reference. His 123-inch broad jump would tie for fifth among QBs at the combine in that same time frame. And he complements his hops with a 40-yard dash in the 4.7s and has hands that have been measured at 11 inches—a measurement B/R draft expert Matt Miller says is the largest he's ever heard of.

"He's enormous, strong and athletic," says Barton Simmons, director of scouting for 247Sports. "He has very unique physical traits and a cannon for an arm."

 

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Thread title is on point. 👌🏻

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Thoughts:

 

Absolute physical freak.

Man, that's awful football

Pretzels, Beer and Schnitzel for All! 

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9 hours ago, shenanigans said:

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Absolute physical freak.

Man, that's awful football

Pretzels, Beer and Schnitzel for All! 

 

Dude is a TE, no way is he a D1 QB. That being said, good get.

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10 hours ago, shenanigans said:

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Absolute physical freak.

Man, that's awful football

Pretzels, Beer and Schnitzel for All! 

 

 

I can imagine the creative signs the student section will have if he starts for the Frogs. 

 

Our Wurst is the Best!

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Supposed to have a really strong arm. Good addition.

 

Now let's get that big English tackle to block for him.

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1 hour ago, DirtyThirdFrog said:

 

Dude is a TE, no way is he a D1 QB. That being said, good get.

 

He's got two more years to develop so I wouldn't count him out yet.  I would be surprised if he doesn't move to the States for his senior year and play for a high school over here to get better competition.  I'm sure there is a private school that could make a spot for him. 

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1 hour ago, Senor Ballistico said:

 

 

I can imagine the creative signs the student section will have if he starts for the Frogs. 

 

Our Wurst is the Best!

 

Deutschland uber alles!!!

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From a free article on Horned Frog Blitz:

 

Alexander Honig | QB – Big, strong, powerful is the best way I can describe the German signal caller. Honig definitely passed the eyeball test at 6-foot-6, 231-pounds. Although he didn’t test (40, shuttle, etc.) his throws were good enough to garner attention as a top performer. Honig has a very strong arm and a quick release; his 15-yard out routes were on the money time and time again. He did well enough to garner an offer from the Frogs on Saturday night.

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On 7/29/2019 at 10:31 PM, shenanigans said:

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Absolute physical freak.

Man, that's awful football

Pretzels, Beer and Schnitzel for All! 

I will gladly take some beer and schnitzel!

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22 hours ago, Burner said:

From a free article on Horned Frog Blitz:

 

Alexander Honig | QB – Big, strong, powerful is the best way I can describe the German signal caller. Honig definitely passed the eyeball test at 6-foot-6, 231-pounds. Although he didn’t test (40, shuttle, etc.) his throws were good enough to garner attention as a top performer. Honig has a very strong arm and a quick release; his 15-yard out routes were on the money time and time again. He did well enough to garner an offer from the Frogs on Saturday night.

 

 

Have to hope he has integrity to be a man of his word and stick with the commitment unlike so many wishy washy kids we see these days.

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