Metoyer didn't see a throw the rest of the day, but it doesn't seem to be because he has six total incomplete passes down the sideline.
Metoyer supposedly hurt his shoulder, although it was called “just a little stinger” by one of the players.
“We waited a long time to get Trey here,” Norvell said. “There was a lot of talk about him before he got here. I think everybody's anxious to see him out there and do special things, and he's certainly capable. But the reality is, he's still a freshman.”
Metoyer might want to take a page out of Sterling Shepard's freshman playbook. The Heritage Hall grad told Durron Neal to be ready at all times because if he's called on, he won't be mentally unprepared. Neal made two catches Saturday.
But if we take all the media and the recruiting talk and the fan hype away and we listen to just Metoyer, we'd find that all the way back in April, after the spring game, the only one who didn't think he made an impact in that day was Metoyer himself.
“I did well in spring,” Metoyer said to ESPN. “I had good practices and had a big impact, but I feel like, when it comes to games, that will show where I'm at.”