Re: Dylan Thompson 2012-13 Highlights
I mean its not a bad thing at all. Connor can obviously do things that Dylan can't but from a pure passing aspect, Dylan's arm strength and vision (probably a result of the height difference between the two) stands out. The in route to Nick Jones against Clemson is the best example.
Dylan isn't perfect. He'll put the ball in danger more than Connor will and he only completed 52% of his passes last season. It is a high risk/high reward but those passes he completes sure do look purdy.
I tell you one thing, if the work they are putting in with Dylan to improve throwing to his left pays off .. that guy is going to light up some secondaries this season. For those wondering what I am talking about, when throwing to the left hash/boundary, Dylan sometimes has a fundamental breakdown and throws across his body. They are working extremely hard on fixing that from what I have read. If thats the only part of his game that needs fine tuning, then he is going to be damn good.