NFL Combine 2020

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  1. Chopper0080

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    No. I think most thought Lamb was taller. That being said, Deandre Hopkins is also 6'1 and Stefon Diggs is 6'0.
     
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    Lamb is 6'1 5/8 so he is a 6'2 guy

    6'2 198 but plays bigger then his weight

    Kind of opposite of DJ Johnson, who plays like a 180lb running back

    Lamb speed is underrated, certainly not as fast as jeudy, but I think he can run 445 450
     
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    This is the first interview/time I’ve heard him talk, that I actually liked him.
     
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    Thx for sharing. Wouldn't have seen otherwise

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    The problem is you're making pre draft decisions of what round to draft what position. This is how you end up with the Hassan Reddick types of the world. Bpa had to be the larger factor than need and what we do in fa prior to the draft matter too.

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    Something to think about though.

    While we are all focused on speed, drops, height etc maybe the most pertinent question is how smart are they? While Kliffs scheme isnt vastly different from college they still have to learn a vast number of plays and each position in that play. We also run a lot of no huddle making it tougher.

    Something to consider with the guys we drafted last year and explains why it often takes WRs until year 2 to take off. This includes Kirk who has had to learn two very different offenses.
     
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    Amazing post combine and xfl will keep me intrigued till real football starts ncaa and nfl

    And Canadian lol jkin :)
     
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    football karma Happy in the pretense of knowledge

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    Mayock trying to get either Jeudy or Lamb to fall!
     
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    Not really...it is a plan based upon the different depth at positions, the players likely to be available, and how they both fit with your current roster.

    It's how you have to think about OT. There are only so many players in this draft that are better than Justin Murray and Joshua Miles. Those players are likely gone after round 3 and maybe round 2 so if you want to upgrade your OT position, you have to take one early.

    Same with C. How many players in this draft are better than Gaillard and Cole who both now have one year in our system? Two? Maybe three?

    You also have to consider roster allocation...the offensive line is only going to max get 9 spots (at the most) and most likely 8. What does that look like right now?

    1 - Justin Pugh
    2 - JR Sweezy
    3 - DJ Humphries
    4 - Justin Murray
    5 - Mason Cole
    6 - Lamont Gaillard
    7 - Joshua Miles
    8 - Brett Toth
    9 - ?

    Of those fringe guys...you have to draft someone who is better than Miles, Gaillard and Toth who now have one year in the system and working with Kugler. That is going to require getting a guy who you are really excited about and most often, that is a guy taken in the top 100. 3rd or 4th rounds or higher. That puts a cap on the guys who you have on your board and why teams often only rank their top 150 pre-draft.
     
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    More weigh-in info worth noting...

    Javon Kinlaw DL 6-5 1/8" 324 10 1/2" 34 7/8" 83 3/4" South Carolina
    Rashard Lawrence II DL 6-2" 308 11" 34 1/8" 80 3/8" LSU
    Derrick Brown DL 6-4 5/8" 326 9" 34 1/4" 80 7/8" Auburn
    Leki Fotu DL 6-5 3/8" 330 10 5/8" 34 1/4" 78 7/8" Utah
    Justin Madubuike DL 6-2 5/8" 293 9" 33 1/2" 80 1/2" Texas A&M
    Ross Blacklock DL 6-3 1/8" 290 9 3/4" 32 3/8" 78 3/4" TCU
    Jordan Elliott DL 6-3 7/8" 302 10 1/4" 32 3/8" 79" Missouri
    Nick Coe LB 6-4 5/8" 280 10 1/4" 33 3/4" 80 3/4" Auburn


    Chase Young DL 6-4 7/8" 264 10" 33 3/4" 80 5/8" Ohio St.
    Khalid Kareem DL 6-3 3/4" 268 10 7/8" 34 3/8" 84" Notre Dame
    Julian Okwara DL 6-4 1/4" 252 10 1/4" 34 3/8" 81 3/4" Notre Dame
    Bradlee Anae DL 6-3 3/8" 257 10 1/8" 32 1/8" 78 1/8" Utah
    Darrell Taylor LB 6-3 5/8" 267 9 6/8" 33" 80" Tennessee
    Terrell Lewis LB 6-5 2/8" 262 9 7/8" 33 7/8" 83 3/8" Alabama
    K'Lavon Chaisson LB 6-3" 254 9 7/8" 32 1/4" 79 1/4" LSU


    Azur Kamara LB 6-3 2/8" 245 10" 35 2/8" 82 5/8" Kansas
    Kamal Martin LB 6-2 7/8" 240 10 1/8" 34" 81" Minnesota
    Cameron Brown LB 6-5 1/4" 233 9 1/2" 34" 78 7/8" Penn St.
    Isaiah Simmons LB 6-3 5/8" 238 9 5/8" 33 3/8" 81 7/8" Clemson

    Something to keep in mind that arm length for coverage LBs is very important because they rarely have the height and speed to cover TEs. Arm length helps negate that a little and most top end coverage LBs have long arms. Example...Cory Littleton 6'3 33"+ arm length.
     
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    All of those measurements are hard to follow without the categories. Formatting is off some.
     
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    Our tackle depth sucks. If they don't go with one at 8 then Niang at 40 would be great.
     

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