He’s a freshman. Do you know the number of QBs who were “mediocre” their freshman year who ended up being very good or great college QBs? Hell, the pro football hall of fame is full of guys that sucked as college freshman, or didn’t see the field. And just to be clear, I’m in no way saying he’s for sure destined for some kind of greatness, not even close.You sound like mediocre is good enough, it’s not.
Hoover couldnt even make the depth chart last year, so he ran scout teams for the most part. To his credit, he made a huge change in his body and was able to land a backup role against -0- competition.
He’s a good backup, even a decent starter, but he’s not gonna make another huge leap in body development or grow several inches for next year. He’s certainly not gonna take TCU to the CFP, or even the CCG.
If 7 wins make you happy, Hoover is your guy, but we need someone who is much better.
If he had played EXACTLY like he has but was a high star, high profile recruit people would have an entirely different opinion of him.