Tevin could read the option better than any quarterback we have had in this system. What JT brings to the table is better speed and better receivers.I see this as a similar situ as in 2011. Altho Tevin had some game experience coming in for Joshua in 2010, it was not a whole lot more than JT got last year. Tevin ripped off 6 straight against lesser foes, still impressive. Our schedule this year is manageable at the front end. Time to get adjusted, could be 4-0 leaving Hooterville-Hokieland. I personally see Justin as a notch above Tevin. That is not a knock on TW, just think Justin has a much bigger upside. Does he have an equal or better supporting cast than Tevin did in 2011? One thing is certain, he has a much better defense, should get some stops, help with field position and time of possession. 2011 was 8-5. Can't wait to see what the 2014 edition can do.
Truth be told, A-back has been a question mark in past seasons also. One of those years Orwin Smith practically came out of nowhere and last year Godhigh more than exceeded expectations. One theory is that A-backs are a CPJ invention and he knows how to groom them and they always get their yards every season.Past performance is what I base my concern on. Godhigh was by far the best we had last year and he is gone. Arguments can be made that AB will be fine, but until I see it, I'll be concerned. You may be right, but we'll see.
I personally see Justin as a notch above Tevin. That is not a knock on TW, just think Justin has a much bigger upside.