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    Re: 2012 Rams Second Round Pick (#33): Brian Quick, WR, Appalachian State

    He better be the 2nd coming of Randy Moss or TO, without the pot and attitude!!!


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    Re: 2012 Rams Second Round Pick (#33): Brian Quick, WR, Appalachian State

    Saw the guy rising up boards about a month ago. Im convinced that if the fisher Snead combo looked at him, Randle, and Hill and came away teary eyed from this guy. That they saw something special.

    Trust in the FO here
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    Re: 2012 Rams Second Round Pick (#33): Brian Quick, WR, Appalachian State

    BRIAN QUICK • WR • 6-5 • 220 • Columbia, S.C./Ridge View

    2011 Game Log
    9/3/11 vs Virginia Tech: 3-110-1
    9/10/11 vs North Carolina A&T: 11-113-2
    9/17/11 vs Savannah State: 5-81-1
    9/24/11 vs Chattanooga: 5-65-0
    10/1/11 vs Wofford: 2-15-0
    10/15/11 vs Citadel: 8-131-1
    10/22/11 vs Samford: 4-100-1
    10/29/11 vs Georgia Southern: 4-119-2
    11/5/11 vs Furman: 4-60-0
    11/12/11 vs W. Carolina: 7-111-1
    11/19/11 vs Elon: 11-150-2
    12/3/11 vs Maine: 7-41-0

    Appalachian State's all-time leader in receptions (202), receiving yards (3,418) and
    touchdown receptions (31), records that stood for seven, 31 and 43 years, respectively,
    before Quick broke them in 2011 … only two-time first-team all-America wide receiver in
    program history … led all NCAA Division I FCS players active in 2011 with 3,418 career
    receiving yards … was a standout basketball player in high school who did not play prep
    football until his senior year ... still possesses the leaping ability of a premier hoops
    player ... boasts terrific hands ... due to late start in the sport, has worked extremely
    hard to become an excellent route-runner.

    2011: Led team with 71 receptions for 1,096 yards and 11 touchdowns, good for fourth
    in ASU history in each category … ranked 10th nationally in receiving yards, 14th in
    receptions and tied for sixth in touchdown receptions … tied a school record with seven
    100-yard receiving games … started all 12 games … named first-team all-America by
    the American Football Coaches Association, College Sporting News and Phil Steele
    Publications … received second-team all-America recognition from the Associated
    Press and The Sports Network … placed 15th in voting for the Walter Payton Award
    (NCAA Division I FCS player of the year) … received FCS Elite Wide Receiver Award
    from College Football Performance Awards … voted first-team all-Southern Conference
    by the league's coaches and media … opened the season with an impressive threecatch,
    110-yard performance at Sugar Bowl participant Virginia Tech, including a 59-
    yard touchdown … set a career-high (which would be matched later in the season) with
    11 receptions in home opener versus North Carolina A&T … Quick's 11 catches vs. N.C.
    A&T (the most by a Mountaineer in seven years) went for 113 yards and two scores …
    caught five passes for 81 yards and a touchdown in limited action during a blowout win
    over Savannah State … after managing just 80 yards on seven catches versus
    Chattanooga and Wofford, exploded for three-straight 100-yard efforts in wins over The
    Citadel, Samford and top-ranked Georgia Southern … totaled 350 yards and five
    touchdowns on 16 catches during the impressive three-game stretch … capped the run
    with four receptions for 119 yards and two scores, including an acrobatic catch in the
    back of the end zone for what proved to be the winning points with 9:24 to go in the
    Mountaineers' 24-17 over No. 1 Georgia Southern … closed the regular season with
    back-to-back 100-yard games versus Western Carolina (seven rec., 111 yds., 1 TD)
    and Elon (11 rec., 150 yds., 2 rec.) … the 11 receptions in the regular-season finale at
    Elon matched a career high while the 150 yards were a season high and helped ASU
    rally from a 21-0 deficit for a 28-21 win … caught seven passes but managed just 41
    yards in season-ending loss to Maine in the second round of the NCAA Division I
    Football Championship.

    2010: Earned first-team all-America honors from College Sporting News and secondteam
    accolades from Phil Steele Publications ... voted second-team all-Southern
    Conference by the league’s coaches and media ... led ASU with 47 receptions, 844
    receiving yards, nine touchdown catches and 18.0-yards-per-catch average ... ranked
    second in the SoCon in touchdown receptions and fourth in total receiving yards ... tied
    for 29th nationally in total receiving yardage ... played in all 13 games, making 11 starts
    as ASU’s Y receiver ... had at least four receptions in 9-of-13 games ... tallied 15 gains
    of 20-plus yards ... opened season with back-to-back 100-yard outputs, the fifth and
    sixth of his career ... caught five passes for 121 yards in season-opening 42-41 comefrom-
    behind victory at Chattanooga ... turned in best performance of the season in
    home-opener versus Jacksonville, catching six passes for 132 yards and three
    touchdowns, en route to being named National Wide Receiver of the Week by College
    Football Performance Awards and SoCon Offensive Player of the Week ... was held
    without a catch for the only time all season versus North Carolina Central ... caught just
    one pass for 22 yards at Samford ... broke out of the mini-slump with four catches for 65
    yards in 34-31 win over nationally ranked Elon ... hauled in two of DeAndre Presley’s
    school-record-tying five touchdown passes and caught three passes in all for 99 yards
    in victory over The Citadel ... had exactly four receptions in each of the next three
    games versus Western Carolina (48 yards), Furman (46 yards) and Georgia Southern
    (79 yards) ... continued mastery of Wofford by catching five passes for 73 yards and two
    touchdowns in SoCon-title-clinching 43-13 rout over the fourth-ranked Terriers ...
    performance upped Quick’s career totals in three games versus Wofford to 17
    receptions for 426 yards and seven touchdowns ... matched a game-high with six
    receptions for 56 yards in regular-season finale at Florida ... scored a touchdown in both
    of ASU’s postseason contests ... made a diving catch for a 35-yard touchdown in the
    Mountaineers postseason-opening snow-blown victory over Western Illinois ... was the
    target of four of Presley’s ASU postseason-record 31 completions in season-ending loss
    to Villanova.

    2009: Was the starter at the ‘Y’ receiver position the entire season ... caught 61 passes
    (second on team) for a team-best 982 yards, one more than teammate Matt Cline and
    good for second in the SoCon and 13th nationally ... 982 receiving yards were the fifthmost
    in ASU single-season history and 61 receptions rank sixth on school’s all-time
    single-season list ... 16.1 yards-per-catch average was tops on the team among
    receivers with at least 15 receptions (two yards better than the next-highest average —
    14.1 by TE Ben Jorden) ... had eight receptions that went for 30 yards or more ...
    caught at least one pass in all 14 games ... surpassed the 100-yard plateau three
    times ... got off to a relatively slow start with eight receptions for 131 yards over the first
    three games but exploded for four catches for 117 yards and a pivotal 74-yard
    touchdown in overtime win at The Citadel ... the career-long 74-yard score knotted the
    game at 27-27 with 4:28 to play in regulation ... in addition to the sterling afternoon
    catching the football, he blocked a 53-yard field-goal attempt by The Citadel’s Sam
    Keeler on the final play of regulation to send the contest to overtime (Keeler had booted
    50- and 45-yard field goals earlier in the game) ... two weeks later, he continued his
    dominance of SoCon-rival Wofford by hauling in eight passes for a career-high 181
    yards and two touchdowns to help lead ASU to a come-from-behind victory at Wofford ...
    the eight-catch, 181-yard performance upped his career totals in two games against
    Wofford to 12 receptions for 353 yards and five touchdowns ... followed up the career
    day versus Wofford with 74 yards (five receptions) against Georgia Southern and 70 at
    Furman (four rec.) ... just missed out on another 100-yard day when he caught six
    passes for 99 yards in SoCon title-clinching win at Elon ... caught six passes for 92
    yards, including an acrobatic, tight-rope touchdown reception in the back of the end
    zone in opening-round playoff win over South Carolina State ... erupted for a careerhigh
    10 receptions for 135 yards the cold and snow at Montana in the national
    semifinals ... went through the gamut of emotions on the Mountaineers’ final
    possession ... caught a 10-yard pass on fourth-and-10 with less than 20 seconds
    remaining to keep the Apps’ drive alive but three plays later, the would-be tying
    touchdown slipped through his fingers at the goal line as time expired ... the 10 catches
    and 135 receiving yards vs. Montana are both the second-highest totals in ASU
    postseason history ... became only the second ASU receiver with double-digit
    receptions in a game since DaVon Folkes’ school-record 17 catches versus Elon in
    2004 (Matt Cline had 10 receptions vs. Georgia Southern earlier in the 2009 campaign).

    2008: Rebounded from a slow start to become one of the nation’s top receivers over the
    final month-and-a-half of the season ... had just two receptions for 20 yards through six
    games ... jump-started his second-half resurgence by going high over a Georgia
    Southern defender in the corner of the end zone to haul in a 14-yard touchdown pass in
    ASU’s one-point triumph ... had another acrobatic, leaping catch (see photo on p. 75)
    among his two receptions for 61 yards in a 26-14 win over Furman ... enjoyed a
    breakthrough performance in front of a national audience when he caught four passes
    for 172 yards, including touchdowns from 58, 50 and 31 yards out in a 70-24 demolition
    of third-ranked Wofford on ESPN2 ... named SoCon Freshman of the Week following
    outburst against Wofford ... tallied three receptions for 40 yards, including a 22-yard
    touchdown in the SoCon-title-clinching 24-16 triumph over Elon ... averaged 5.5
    receptions for 94.5 yards in first two postseason games of his career ... scored twice in
    opening-round win over South Carolina State ... led team with 21.6 yards per reception
    (min. 10) ... set an ASU freshman-record with seven touchdown receptions ... set a
    school-record for single-game receiving average with 43 yards per catch in the wild win
    over Wofford ... finished season with 23 catches for 496 yards ... named to Southern
    Conference’s all-freshman team.

    2007: Did not register a catch in two games before sitting out the rest of the season with
    a back injury ... was an integral part of season-opening victory at Michigan without
    recording any receiving statistics ... after dropping what would have been a third-quarter
    touchdown pass, elevated high above the U-M offensive front to block a field goal late in
    the fourth quarter, which set up ASU’s game-winning drive ... injured his back in the
    following week’s win over Lenoir-Rhyne and did not see game action the rest of the
    season ... received a medical redshirt.

    High School: Recognized as a basketball standout throughout his prep career and
    played just one season of high school football ... made most of first year of organized
    football since Little League with 885 receiving yards and 11 touchdowns as a senior ...
    participated in the prestigious Shrine Bowl of the Carolinas ... an all-state, all-region and
    all-area gridiron selection ... named team’s offensive MVP ... coached by Raymond
    Jennings.

    Personal: Full name is Brian Rumeal Quick... born June 5, 1989 (22 years old)... son of
    Shirley Quick ... majoring in health promotion.
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    Re: 2012 Rams Second Round Pick (#33): Brian Quick, WR, Appalachian State

    Hey ironmaiden, is he a stupid pick because you haven't heard of him?

    Does it make everyone feel better (mocks aside) to know that kiper had him rated as the #4 receiver in the draft, ahead of stephen hill and behind only blackmon, floyd and wright?

    Ramming speed to all

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    Re: 2012 Rams Second Round Pick (#33): Brian Quick, WR, Appalachian State

    I can't complain about this. His physical tools are great.

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    Re: 2012 Rams Second Round Pick (#33): Brian Quick, WR, Appalachian State

    After watching some film, I'm amazed at how smooth Quick looks. His breaks are crisp, and his body control is excellent. I can't wait to see what he can do on the field.

    On an unrelated note, it's good to be back. Senior year has been awful. >.<
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    Re: 2012 Rams Second Round Pick (#33): Brian Quick, WR, Appalachian State

    9/3/11 vs Virginia Tech: 3-110-1
    9/10/11 vs North Carolina A&T: 11-113-2
    9/17/11 vs Savannah State: 5-81-1
    9/24/11 vs Chattanooga: 5-65-0
    10/1/11 vs Wofford: 2-15-0
    10/15/11 vs Citadel: 8-131-1
    10/22/11 vs Samford: 4-100-1
    10/29/11 vs Georgia Southern: 4-119-2
    11/5/11 vs Furman: 4-60-0
    11/12/11 vs W. Carolina: 7-111-1
    11/19/11 vs Elon: 11-150-2
    12/3/11 vs Maine: 7-41-0


    He might have gotten more competition from tackling dummies.

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    Re: 2012 Rams Second Round Pick (#33): Brian Quick, WR, Appalachian State

    He had his better games vs the best opps. V Tech is no slouch and Georgia Southern made it to the FCS semi finals...where they were beaten by our NATIONAL CHAMPION North Dakota State Bison!
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    Re: 2012 Rams Second Round Pick (#33): Brian Quick, WR, Appalachian State

    Quote Originally Posted by heff View Post
    9/3/11 vs Virginia Tech: 3-110-1
    9/10/11 vs North Carolina A&T: 11-113-2
    9/17/11 vs Savannah State: 5-81-1
    9/24/11 vs Chattanooga: 5-65-0
    10/1/11 vs Wofford: 2-15-0
    10/15/11 vs Citadel: 8-131-1
    10/22/11 vs Samford: 4-100-1
    10/29/11 vs Georgia Southern: 4-119-2
    11/5/11 vs Furman: 4-60-0
    11/12/11 vs W. Carolina: 7-111-1
    11/19/11 vs Elon: 11-150-2
    12/3/11 vs Maine: 7-41-0


    He might have gotten more competition from tackling dummies.
    Really? Because their DBs are all 5'2, 120 lbs. and run a 5.40 in the 40?

    Fans are funny. Too many seem to think that player evaluation begins and ends with what you can write on a sheet of paper (40 time, stats, etc.). But there is a lot more to scouting than numbers. That's why Pro scouts attend college games. That's why there's a combine, Pro Days, private workouts and facility visits.

    I don't know if Brian Quick is going to be the next Terrell Owens or the next Milton Wynn. What I do know is that a bunch of people who have more experience, and know more about football than I do, watched this guy play, watched this guy workout and spoke to him and, in doing so, concluded that he was the third or fourth best WR in this draft class.

    Could they ultimately be proven wrong? Absolutely.

    But if you think any player, and I mean ANY PLAYER, in this or any other draft is a "sure thing," you may as well apply for the lead in a remake of Alicia Silverstone's signature movie, "Clueless," because you are the title character.
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