I'm just not seeing the value of taking Howard at 6.
Eh, 40 times mean nothing for a pass rusher, the 10 yard split is a better tell. And while Moses has potential, I feel like Marquise Haynes should get the nod on the speed aspect, he's pretty consistent and shows great speed off the edge.
Tennessee has it rough opening against Georgia Tech. Option teams are tough on a defensive front 7. I can't wait for Bama vs FSU. Glad it's a neutral site game. I want to see Cam Akers against Bamas D and I want to see Najee Harris against the FSU D..
I think honestly it's just coming back from an injury weight..harder than most believe coming back from injury but if he wants to keep making money, losing the weight will be a good indicator on how bad he wants it
If Moses is as freaky good as his EARLY ENROLLED FRESHMAN numbers seem to indicate I can see him being a Patrick Willis or Navarro Bowman type linebacker..however, the money, longevity and demand is in for pass rushers so I imagine he will want to do that. Either way, Alabama may have an insanely good young linebacker core this year
As a Jaguar fan, I liked him because he was bad in coverage and also drew an unsportsman like conduct penalty at a crucial part in the game that allowed the jags to get a first down and eventually win the game in 2013
Man, if Dobbs was just a natural QB, he'd be the best in the NFL. Perfect head on his shoulders, never have to worry about him getting in trouble and you know he will be in the film room constantly and always prepared. I hate he doesn't have the prototypical build for a QB or he'd be a top pick. imagine his brain on jamarcus Russell's body
Yes, how dare former coordinators from your rival school speak out in defense of their former boss
I thought Evan Engram's 40 alone moved him from 3rd round to possibly mid 2nd to maybe even late 1st (Doubt 1st round). OJ Howard for sure helped himself a lot if that was possible, same for Garrett. Everyone is forgetting about Carl Lawson though. He put up similar numbers to Garrett and in all honesty, he's really the only guy I've ever seen give Laremy Tunsil issues in pass blocking
I was working down in Biloxi the weekend of the Miss State Texas A&M game in '14 and unexpectedly got the day off on game day and drove to Starkville (I know, I missed out on the Alabama Ole Miss game but I had to be back pretty early) and was hanging out at a friends tent when Kaylee came walking through the Junction. We fed her and she hung out with us for a little bit. Very cool person, even got a picture with her. Best of luck to her. Will miss her on Saturdays
Im not condemning anyone for throwing a hat, I just wasn't a huge fan. But watching him speak, you just got the vibe that he wasn't the brightest. A month later after being awarded free college and to play football, he proved me right
He didn't throw the deep ball this year as well as he did in 2015 but I think some of that was due to his off season hernia surgery. Still makes questionable throws at times. Some of his interceptions over the last two years (I Can think of at least 5 off the top of my head) were due to the ball hitting the WR in the hands and it going through and into a defenders, but there were also some that were absolute head scratchers. I think it will take him a few years to develop but he for sure has the arm. Dak just always took better care of the ball and that's key in the NFL
I knew instantly which signee this was about before clicking the link. Just listening to his press conference before he threw the hat (which I wasn't a fan of) I knew he didn't have much sense
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While I don't care much for Mullen for obvious reasons, haha, I have to agree with him and respect him. He does seem to find gem after gem. Some of these smaller school athletes don't have the exposure or means to go to all these camps. To find Benerdrick McKinnely was impressive. His high school plays my old one and I remember watching him play as a senior when he was like 6ft 185 and I remember thinking this kid would be an absolute star if he had the size and lo and behold, he gets to State, works his tail off, gets to be like 6'4 240 and is now a good linebacker in the NFL. Some of these 5*s have all the talent in the world but they are use to coasting through high school because they are just bigger and more talented but it evens out in college. Hats off to you Mullen.
Because Cam Robinson is almost a sure 1st rounder and Kelly was never going to be, even with a stellar combine. Plus Cam only had one issue. Even though Kelly's Buffalo night club arrest was dropped, he still made bad headlines and Robinson had a fall guy for his single mishap
I agree that targeting needs to be called but I never understood why it results in an ejection. Sometimes guys aren't doing it intentionally. I mean, imagine the best defensive player gets called for targeting in the first quarter of a big game, you take a player out and completely change the game. Maybe take him out for the remainder of that drive or x amount of plays but I hate seeing a kid get tossed from a game completely
Wilkins and Brazely will not be the top backs for Ole Miss. Brazely only had one good game against Memphis. Ole Miss' top backs will be DeVaughn Pennamon and Eric Sweeney. Had really high hopes for Sweeny last season but he tore his ACL on his first carry of the year against Florida State
You can't really put Diggs and Tyrie Cleveland on this list without AJ Brown. But I suppose it does even out from that crazy ranking list of five star freshman
26 seems high for Ole Miss although I do think they will be better than 5-7 this year.
Delete your account. Stop publicly cheering for the Rebels if this is how you do so.