OMG!! excellent hands, concentration, and balance. If he can be the same way in the NFL.....dangerous
learn the playbook, understand the huge transition and be a team player. All of the potential in the world. Time to see how he (they) handles it with the big boys........But he looks very dynamic and you can't help but get excited about our two draft picks from West Virginia......BTW....some very nice throws from the QB......
Seems very good if not exceptional at tracking the ball. He was wide open on many catches, but on the contested ones he showed good hands, and great concentration/focus. Showed a decent stiff arm. Perhaps most impressive, is his seeming awareness of exactly where he is on the field - sidelines, and endzone boundaries. It's a highlight reel, so it doesn't show the other side of the coin, but if the stat the guy quoted about scoring every 4.5 touches is true, this kid could be a steal. He certainly should be more field ready than Brian Quick was in his rookie year. I look for Studman to see the field early and often.
Nice video there Northern!
One other thing on Bailey is the size of his hands - they are big - bigger than TE's Tyler Eifert's or Zach Ertz's. Medium sized Studman has 10 inch hands. Only Keenan Allen, and DeAndre Hopkins can match that among the main crop of this year's wide receivers, as they both have 10 inch hands as well. WR Marcus Davis who went undrafted and recently signed a FA deal with the Giants has 10 & a quarter inch mitts. I don't know how much this helps Bailey, but surely it can't hurt .. :)
:ram: E X C E L L E N T plays!
Thanks for the highlights video (sans first lyrics so I muted that song) -- exciting and promising. At this point it seems Bailey was BORN to be a WR! Talk about a natural.
Way too early, I know, but I can't help thinking that...
We have our new Bruce & Holt duo: Austin & Bailey!