Or at Penn State, which is where Shawney Kersey toiled until he followed cornerback Derrick Thomas and diminutive receiver Devon "Moo-Moo" Smith to Huntington.
Last year, Kersey caught five passes for 35 yards in the Nittany Lions' opening loss to Ohio, then had a single catch for 9 yards in a setback at Virginia. After that, he left the program, citing personal reasons.
Thomas, Smith and Kersey all will be seniors this fall. Smith redshirted after his arrival, but he knows what Marshall's hyper-tempo offense is all about. Evans is very, very familiar.
Kersey, who backed up Evans at "X" on Tuesday, is still undergoing culture shock. After all, he played in Big Ten, where even the no-huddle offenses have been known to take their time.
The Herd did not, averaging 90 snaps per game. It almost exhausted Kersey to watch it on video.
"Whewwwww, man! And then coming out here and actually doing it? It's tough, but it's fun," Kersey said.
Several receivers are making some eye-popping catches this spring. On Tuesday, that started when Evans "snow-coned" a downfield shot from quarterback Rakeem Cato. Later, Cato put a perfect amount of air under a shot down the sideline, hitting DeAndre Reaves perfectly.
Look for that to continue for the final seven practices, right up to the April 27 Green-White Game.
"When you've got guys who want to learn and want to play, and they respect you, you can coach," Furrey said.
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