Let's talk about K'Lavon Chaisson

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  1. Rohinaz

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    Thata not really the case. He missed almost his entire 2nd season with injury and was a part time player in his freshman year.

    Hes a complete player that can rush the passer, stop the run and drop into coverage. Would be an instant impact player for the cards if drafted.

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    This game alone shows his elite ability to rush the passer, relentless pursuit, insculinf catching ceedee lamb from behind 20 yards down the field and leadership skills. This kid will be special



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    Jersey 18
    Jersey No. 18 was an LSU tradition established in 2003 when Quarterback Matt Mauck guided LSU to the National Championship. After Mauck's final season, he passed jersey No. 18 to running back Jacob Hester who helped LSU win the 2007 National Championship. The jersey became synonymous with success on and off the field as well as having a selfless attitude. Each season, a Tiger player is voted to wear the No. 18 jersey.

    Junior center Lloyd Cushenberry and junior OLB K’lavon Chaisson have been awarded the prestigious uniform number; however, there’s a slight twist. Cushenberry likely will wear the No. 18 patch as opposed to the number on the uniform — o-linemen can’t technically wear No. 18. He wears No. 79.
     
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    Chaisson is 6'3, 255. Hardly too small to play in the NFL.

    He's also 20 years old, which means hes not even close to a finished product.
     
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    I'd consider Chaisson.

    Chandler Jones wont be effective for too much longer and Chaisson wouldnt have to be a top pass rusher right away.

    He has elite tools, high character, and he could provide something this defense lacks, speed on the edge.
     
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    well it’s a good thing I wasn’t talking about Chaisson’s size huh
     
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    Legit question...has there been a player (OLB/pass rusher only) in recent memory with Chaisson's skill set and lack of production (granted he was a freshman and then lost his entire soph season to ACL) who has been drafted in round 1? Curious as to the results.
     
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    Chandler didn't have great stats either

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    Danielle Hunter.
     
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    We have been talking about first rounder
    Hunter has been selected in the 3th round
     
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    Yeaaaa,but the would be a top 3 pick if people knew how dominant we was gonna be in the nfl.



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    That argument doesn't fly after last year. We took what we hope is Russell Wilson #1 overall. Wilson was a 3rd rounder.
     

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