Doesn't everybody feel that way? We haven't had a DB with a nose for the ball in forever - except Troy, and he sure as hell didn't get that from coaching. If anything, the coaching held him back, which is why they let him do his thing and roam free so often. Not saying Holliman will work out, but with the state our team has been in, a tackling safety with no hope of creating turnovers would be a big fat waste, because that describes every guy that comes through our doors. This guy at least has a chance to be different, and in the exact way we need. Maybe pressure alone will be enough to get him more willing. It'll be a lot harder for him to shrug off pressure from NFL coaches and teammates than it was in college. And I trust Lake and Butler to help him with technique.