Ragin Cajun Posted October 22, 2006 Share Posted October 22, 2006 Well, I'm always open to advice so feel free to pass some my way. I started with Houston, got fired and am currently with East Carolina. 14 years and I'm 34-129 (31-88). I get very few 2 star players interested in my teams (ever). I can't even get the one good "interested" kid that e-mails me every year. I've yet to get anyone not a 10 in interest so what I've been doing is scouting a bunch of players then going through their ratings and taking the best of the bunch that I can sign. That's not really working well either though. Here's one for you to figure out, my three QB's with 50-58 accuracy ratings are never over 40% on completions. Then I got this kid, Austin Aguilar. He's listed as a mobile QB, 6'0, 206lb. He's a senior in the current season. His accuracy rating is 35, touch is 31, running is 59. Potential from my scouts is "Accuracy is a weakness. Something he'll always have to battle. Not a very good touch passer. Most feel he won't ever be successful in this area." This seems to sum him up pretty well looking at his ratings. Now, I got desparate last year when my first three QB's went down with injury. In 6 games, Aguilar won 4 of them hitting 53.5% of his passes, 11 TD and 4 Int's. This year in 7 games, he's 50% completion, 17 TD and 9 Int. Not bad numbers from what I'm used to seeing (try 3td to 19 int for my "most accurate QB- 50 accuracy/51 touch). No rhyme or reason to Aguilar's "success". Any tips on how to read my players better or scout better? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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