Quarterbacks coach Craig Stutzmann caught passes from Nevada receivers coach Tim Chang and UH head coach Nick Rolovich when they were Warrior teammates.
Here’s Stutzmann’s assessment:
> On Chang: “Timmy, I think, had a quicker release. He played in the system for such a long time. His anticipation was pretty good. The ball came out fairly quickly. He had the quick release that came out by his ear. I played with him at Saint Louis. When (Jason) Gesser got hurt our senior year, Timmy ended up playing the last two or three games for us. I played with him in high school and in college.”
> On Rolovich: “That guy has a cannon. He has a little bit longer delivery. But once he got the understanding of the (run-and-shoot) system, he did a good job of looking defenders off and sticking (passes) on guys. He knew his delivery was a little bit longer so he had to move guys a little bit more (with his eyes). But, gosh, he has a cannon. I remember him splitting Channon’s fingers a couple times. Channon (Harris) would always come back, saying, ‘Damn, Rolo, take a little bit off.'”
> Verdict: “Rolo’s my favorite. I’ve got to say that. And not just because he writes my paychecks.”