BUCS Standard triathlon finished in 2:03:08. 17th out the water in 18:24. Despite giving everything to get round in 1:02:12, I lost 10 places by the end of the bike. The run was not fun as I tried to keep my semi-destroyed legs moving, running 39:13. I never got going until the final few kms which saw me drop down to 29th. Faster swim and bike than last year are positives and I know my run is better than that. #bucs#triathlon#standarddistance#bathuni@uniofbathtri
Safe to say we all look like we’re absolutely loving the 5k...🙈🙈 very happy to win today and really enjoyed myself out there in the ☀️ Last #BUCS as an Undergrad, will have to see whether the Postgraduate me will return 😂🙈 #bucstrack#OAP#another4years#sos
Current top 10 NFL WRs (based off tape evaluation of tangible and intangible traits.) What I look for in WRs is the ability to separate consistently without waisted steps at the breaking point, dropping of the hips and the ability to turn and open, consistent hands and finishing ability vs imminent contact.
Reasoning for Hopkins over Jones. As of now Hopkins fits more of what I described in the paragraph above. Advanced route runner with limited waisted space while stemming or breaking off the route. Has the explosion to tear the top off the defense. Consistent hands at the catch point, even when it’s contested. All around finisher. Julio has dominant big play ability but he doesn’t have the consistency at the catch point and vs contact. Which is the only reason why he was placed lower than Hopkins. Both are elite pass catcher and at this point in their career I’d take Hopkins, but at the top of their game and in perfect technique I’d take Julio, and there wouldn’t be any hesitation for me to do so.
Please remember that this is based off what I saw on tape and their CURRENT ability, not the history of the player, age, or “stats”. This is purely from a talent standpoint at the current stage of their careers. ****(Landry/Fitzgerald/Hill are the honorable mentions who didn’t fit)****