The one thing I like about Earth is the ability of your canines to solve mysteries that your human police cannot solve. Especially Haunted Mysteries!
Scooby Wright is Great Dane from Arizona who’s best friend is a stoner who eats dog food with him. He is also hangs out with a hot redhead named Daphne and two other people I barely notice. Scooby is known for his tenacity on the field and in haunted mansions.
I may be blending my Scoobies together…
The point is: Scooby Wright can play football…um and solve mysteries…
The legend of Scooby Wright really picked up in 2014. Zoinks!!! Get a load of these numbers. In 2014 Scooby had 14 sacks, 163 tackles, 29 tackles for a loss and 6 forced fumbles.
Opposing offenses in 2014 were heard saying “Like…Heeelpppp” every time Scooby was near. That’s because Scooby in one of the most aggressive linebackers in college football. He flies around the field showing incredible lateral quickness and a nonstop motor!
What a ham…why is Scooby so aggressive? Because he can be! Scooby seems to have the unique knack of reading a play before its gets going and destroying it. He makes more big plays than most defensive players in college do and he makes a ton of big hits bringing the ball carrier down.
This guy is flat out Scrappy (Doo)!
Creepers!!! Some people are really not enthusiastic about his size. Ironically Scooby has drawn a few comparisons to a Dolphins great – Zach Thomas. But he is much bigger than Zach. I’ve also seen him compared to Clay Matthews. I’m not sure if Scooby plays inside or outside at the next level – but those are impressive comparisons.
But the one thing that scares people about Scooby is a lack of lower body strength. He also missed a majority of the 2015 season with nagging injuries. Like Wow…His 2015 season was nowhere near as productive as his 2014 season.
That said, its hard not to notice the groovy impact Scooby has when he is on the field. He reads the play and attacks – disrupting the play like a blue chip playmaker. Gangway!!!
And Scooby has a real mean streak too!
Arizona actually plays a 3-3-5 defense. The wildcats did not do a very good job eating up blocks up front by playing 3 down linemen and 5 defensive backs as a base defense. Scooby did a great job of getting around blockers and making plays despite little support up front.
If it wasn’t for those meddling offensive lineman up front, he would be an unstoppable force – but he did struggle shedding blocks from time to time. But if Scooby was playing behind Suh and Phillips, I think his strengths are highlighted and his tenacity would make Dolfans smile every week.
By the way his real name is Phillip. If Phillip was an alien weapon of destruction, he would be a Galactic Buzzsaw.
I’m gonna cut through your spaceship and destroy you!
Check out his highlights here.