I think clicking might be a strong word for the second half. He cleaned up his turnovers a good bit but his other stats stayed at basically the same level (56%, 6.8 ypa, 7 TD). He has some work to do. Accuracy plagued him his Senior year of HS and plagued him last year as well in the first and second half of the season. If he can figure that out then the sky is the limit. If not, who knows. Maybe Peery gets a reasonable shot.Things started "clicking" for Sims more the second half. Someone posted some stats of Jeff Sims 2nd half of last season that put him in elite category...he was statistically the best QB within those parameters. Those stats were video game ridiculously good for Sims.
I posted in another thread a comparison of Sims's freshmen season versus Joe Hamilton's redshirt freshmen season, and Sims was comparatively the better QB.
There's a LOT of upside with Sims. Pair that with a much better and deeper OL this year, probably a top 10 (if not Topt 5) RB group in the nation to keep the defense honest in the secondary, and I personally think Sims will be in the discussion for one of the best QBs in the ACC after it's all said and done this season.
If Sims has the season I think he will, expect to see our QB recruiting start to take off. As I said before, GT fans need to root for Sims to succeed because he has the potential to set our program up for the highest levels after he's done playing here.