Getting an offensive lineman at #8

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  1. TheCardFan

    TheCardFan Things have changed.

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    Pretty close picture to what he will look like in Arizona this year: :)

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    I think we are seeing the same things differently. Honestly..... there is very few "true pass sets" in any of his stuff online.

    Just ask yourself this when you watch..... Is he chopping his steps? Squatting or standing up?

    OR..... is he just mauling the guy across from him like Dockett did in High School?

    Voch Lombardi's tape works.....
     
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    By biggest concern with Becton is with that size and those freakish athletic traits then why weren’t you better?

    he was good but far from dominate and he should of been dominate

    Bryant Mckinnie was DOMINATE he didn’t give up a sack his entire career at The U
     
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    I don't know. He looked pretty dominant in those clips.
     
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    everybody looks dominate in clips come on now
     
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    It's feeling like Lamb and Cleveland.
     
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    I would only trade down to 11-12 at the most, and nothing less for a #2 in return
     
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    I would agree with 94. Don't drop yourself right out of the elite tier.

    The more and more tape I'm watching, Jedrick Wills is absolutely amazing. The other guys have their warts. Thomas has fewer than Wirfs or Becton. Wirfs is an athlete, but has average technique and gets beaten. Becton has no technique at all, just dominating size. He throws people around but his tech bears no resemblance to good form.

    Wills is nearly flawless, reminds me of Quentin Nelson's tape from the previous year.

    The only way I'd take a receiver at 8 is if Simmons and Wills were both gone.
     
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    The simple answer is yes. However, for arguments sage, given your hypothetical situation. If the consensus #1 overall pick and franchise QB happens to fall to #8, we would have multiple teams willing to give up a kings ransom to move up and draft him. You trade back and then draft your OL
     
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    I have posted it a couple times and Harry says the same thing. Most scouts don't have Wills as a 1st round talent. Being stiff, not bending well, and being a Bama offensive tackle push him down compared to guys with much higher upside.

    Wills represents big floor (Alabama OT busts) combined with limited ceiling. He is tackle #4 to me.
     
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    It really depends on how receptive he will be to coaching and how effective you think your OT line staff is. Becton is a monster.
     
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    Dominant. Sorry.
     
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    IMO Wills is the only one I would consider with the #8 overall pick. Wills would lock down the RT position for the next decade.
     
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    The 10 personnel KK envisions is with 4 "elite" WR's, not just 4 WR's. Will CeeDee Lamb become elite if drafted? Who knows, but he's one of the top 3 in the draft so there's that lol. You haven't heard KK answer the question about 10 personnel & why he slowed down using it as much. His basic answer was not having the right personnel & it wasn't working so he adapted. He's never had 4 WR's as talented as this potential 4 could be, plus Lamb knows his system. The Air Raid he was taught slings the ball around & I think he wants to use it as his go to. I like a balanced offense, love the two TE sets. I hope he uses 11 & 12 personnel more than 10 personally.
     
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    You'll get a 3rd at best for that drop.
     
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