@Gut Sure I understand the argument he played X amount of games, thats why people will say he's experienced. From a technique stand point he is very raw, that is why I say he is in experienced. Big difference to me if you have two Corners one played and didn't start until his junior year (but obviously still log game time) had a great year and dedicated his craft only to corner. The other one had two mediocre years and finally a decent junior year but spent the off-season playing another sport and focusing on other positions. All you have to do is turn the tape to see how extremely raw the kid is from a cornerback position. If you want to throw out the 80% completion stat, the throw out his 5 ints because it's just a stat without any context (how many were tips, garbage time, etc.). ex·pe·ri·enced ˌikˈspirēənst/ adjective having knowledge or skill in a particular field, especially a profession or job, gained over a period of time. Im arguing the knowledge skill part your arguing the period of time part, it's a pissing match not worth having again.