Originally posted by Nalo9er:Cooks confuses me. I see a lot of yac from him and some really nice jitterbug type of moves. Even see him making impressive contested catches downfield but I haven't seen much of him burning past the secondary for deep uncontested catches.
Is it just the way the defense plays him so as to not let him get over the top? Please enlighten me. I watch games and YouTube highlights, not "film".
In the same way some bigger wrs have build up speed and are long striders who eat up a lot of ground, Cooks looks like a short strider if that makes any sense
Oregon State is a dink and dunk pro-style offense. They don't go for the big home run play alot. Therefore he didn't have chances to run past D's on go routes. He made his yards or short passes that he gained more yards on.
[ Edited by Travisty13 on Feb 23, 2014 at 6:50 PM ]