Post-Spring offensive roundtable: Part 1

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Today is Part 1 of our spring roundtable with GMSAHokie, Raleigh Hokie and Chris Coleman.  Part 2 will come tomorrow, and the defensive roundtable will come later in the week.

1) What’s your impression of Logan Thomas , based on what you’ve seen out of him this spring?

Logan Thomas

GMSAHokie: I’ve never made it a secret that I am a BIG fan of Logan Thomas . In spite of his disappointing year last year, I remain enamored with his upside and very confident in his abilities as a player. In 2011, lest we forget, Logan Thomas threw for over 3,000 yards with a 59% completion percentage and 19 TD’s against only 10 INT’s. He also rushed for 680+ yards and 10TDs. He had great games against UNC, Duke, Marshall, Boston College, Georgia Tech and one masterful performance against Miami that year. It’s easy for fans to forget a season like the one Thomas had in 2011 when it’s followed up by such a disappointing performance in 2012.

Which Thomas are we likely to see in 2013? To be honest, I’m really not certain. I agree with a lot of what I have heard others say regarding his command in the pocket and improved mechanics this spring. However, I thought Thomas looked really sharp last year at this time too. I noted many times how decisive and impressive Logan looked last spring, and while I wasn’t paying too much attention to his mechanics (that came later), I can tell you that in no way was Logan’s performance last spring an indicator for anyone of the kinds of struggles he would have in the fall.

At the end of the day here, I am really putting my faith and confidence in Scot Loeffler. “Lefty” is really happy with Logan’s performance so far. Scot is focusing on Thomas’ mechanics and on honing