Discussion in 'Arizona Cardinals' started by BullheadCardFan, May 2, 2015.
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Exactly. And the guy only played one year of HS football. If he is coachable he can e molded into whatever he staff wants. Really high upside.
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Cool thx nice to see he's moving in the right direction already
He has measurable for the position. If he can get 5-6 sacks this year as a p/t pass rush specialist it will have been a good start to a productive career.
Every day 3 pick is a question mark.
Wolf will like him lol
Brutal hit at 1:02
Little suspicious of the depth of his highlight reel when a guy shows each highlight three times.
Needs to put on weight but he can hit
Got some sleeper love here fwiw: http://thesidelineview.com/columns/draft/ultimate-11-best-2015-nfl-draft-sleepers
3 of our picks are on there. Keim must have read it, lol
I think this guy will be ok. His speed and length coming off the edge is sorely needed.
Just for perspective you may have noticed from my posts of a few days ago I had this guy as my top pick in round 6. I guess after they traded the 6th, they felt they had no choice but to go here. I think he would have been there if they hadn't made the trade. I really don't like the trade to give up two players to just get speed. You can see from my picks I badly wanted a return specialist. I just think they grabbed the wrong RS.
But...but...BA watched JJ Nelson run track back east, so it was fate that he is the correct RS
I just heard Shaq's interview on the Drive. He said he was 170 lbs entering college. So he gained 90 lbs. That's crazy.
At first, I was thinking how the hell do you gain 90 lbs and still run a 4.65 40? And how do you gain 90 lbs, but people are still calling you skinny? But now, I see he's 6'6". So that makes a little more sense. For some reason, I thought he was shorter.
When asked what he wants to work on, he said he wants to continue to get stronger, add more weight, work on his drops and coverage, and work on making his hands more violent.
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