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  1. I can get behind an animated coach because I consider myself one. Treat them like men, coach em up... They'll f_ks with you... Them DBs probably need a jolt, something a little different, they play like they on eggshells. No juice, no confidence.
  2. 2020 NCAA/Draft Prospect Thread

    He was playing H-back/Wildcat QB & RB as well as WR in 2018 and some of '19. How is that not raw? Jet run plays, reverses. Just get him the ball and let him run...6'2 220 same size as Patterson. limited route tree. Stop Pete...
  3. 2020 NCAA/Draft Prospect Thread

    Same...he's Cordelle (sp?) Patterson... young Sammy Watkins.
  4. 2020 NCAA/Draft Prospect Thread

    I watched him vs WF and I'm seeing double vision. effort/hustle. Missed tackles in space. Gives too much ground vs TEs in coverage, runs around blocks -- 24 tackles he's flying around no doubt. Only difference is he seems to carry the 230 a bit better than what I've seen from Gerry. Gerry came in at 215 (+/- a few). I'll watch some more but he's a little more polished LB than Gerry as far as keys and angles.

    Welcome... Free agency: D+ Signing all those guys in FA? I don't see why TB would trade Evans to us, they have a ton of cap space (iIrc). Now if we offered draft picks without Jeffreys contract I could see them considering it. I'm sure there's been better offers for Slay this past season plus I'd rather draft a young corner and take my lumps I like the staff. Draft: C- Why draft two DTs if we resign Ridgeway...granted I don't know much about either one. I don't think either safety will last that long (unless they run 4.65 or worse) Overall: C- I personally think the best way to fill your roster is thru hitting on the draft. Not filling important pieces with FAs and trades
  6. 2020 NCAA/Draft Prospect Thread

    Nathan Gerry via BR 2017 A three-year starter with a linebacker mindset in a strong safety's body, Nathan Gerry has top-notch pre-snap IQ and incredible effort post snap, giving every ounce of energy to get to the ball A three-year starter with a linebacker mindset in a strong safety's body, Nathan Gerry has top-notch pre-snap IQ and incredible effort post snap, giving every ounce of energy to get to the ball Gerry is a limited athlete who lives on recognition and anticipation over speed and quickness. David Woodward via TDN He’s tough and physical against the run. He is a downhill LB that has good tackling efficiency in the box. He plays with good pop and can uncoil his hips at the point of attack. Not a great athlete in space but can drop sufficiently and defend the pass. Plays with good instincts with regards to his run fits. “Try hard”, high effort player with limited athletic ability but displays very good competitiveness. Projects with good upside as a core special teamer. I'm not the only one who see similar aspects to their game...Yes you can find other reports that may slightly differ hell our staff says Gerry has range all over the field. I don't see the FO using a draft pick on a WLB. We have Gerry, Duke Riley and Alex Singleton for at least another year. I can see a Mike LB being brought in via FA or draft not so sure the staff seems to really like Nate.
  7. 2020 NCAA/Draft Prospect Thread

    Anae reminds me of BG motor, undersized, no bend without the tenacity. Woodward is Gerry-like. Upgrade IDK perhaps.
  8. 2020 NCAA/Draft Prospect Thread

    So you are waiting for safety or thinking we would resign none, 1 or both? I know safety WAS a hard position for us to draft when they were more interchangeable. I think we have moved away from that approach and have a true CF guy and a box guy. When we saw McCloud near the LOS it was because we had Epps playing CF. In previous mocks I grabbed a tweener nickel safety like Shyheim Carter who can be considered a slot corner. In this mock I grabbed what I thought was a Jenkins clone. Just because at some point we will have to replace him and this kid Winfield could play year 1
  9. 2020 NCAA/Draft Prospect Thread

    I agree that Duvernay isn't what I like personally but it came out of necessity. I was looking for a slot/Z WR and my choices were limited. I know he has some return ability which put him ahead of some of the other WRs with the same skillset. The names Reagor, Hamler were gone around or before the Winfield pick. Aiyuk was gone before Duvernay. A lot of big body X type WRs in this draft. Surprised Van was available in the 4th. I continue to think Howie will go CB early because the WR position is deep and because of the pending FA situation he has. No way he's going to or nor should he create a situation where Sidney/Douglas aren't competing. Can he bring back Mills or Darby maybe, does he want to? I can see Mills coming back on a 1-2 year deal team friendly. I think if there's someone the FO covets they will have to move some picks in order to get into position. We are pretty handcuffed in mocking rounds 1-3 unless you pull a Jeezla and just trade a little bit of everything.
  10. 2020 NCAA/Draft Prospect Thread

    Does TDN every include the comp picks in their mock game? 21 C.J. Henderson, CB Florida 53 Antoine Winfield Jr., S Minnesota 85 Devin Duvernay, WR Texas 117 Van Jefferson, WR Florida 148 Jonathan Garvin, EDGE Miami 150 Shaquille Quarterman, LB Miami 170 A.J. Dillon, RB Boston College
  11. Because of his scouting service?
  12. Didn’t know but this doesn’t move the needle for me that means for 3 years he’s done what exactly besides line his pockets
  13. Harrell played for and then worked with Leach for two seasons as WR coach...Leach learned his "Air Raid" system from Lavelle Edwards at BYU where Andy Reid played/coached. Kevin Bacon game lol
  14. Yeah I read some of the things Reich was responsible for it doesn't mean those things ex. team game planning, 3rd down/ RZ -in-game responsibilities are going to come to life on Sundays. Doug probably spends most of his time on that side of the ball. We don't know what Doug is looking for in terms of a pass-game coordinator. Is he looking to stretch the field and get away from the dink and dunk. Is he looking for efficiency within the offense, RZ ideas, innovative ways to bring out the best in Carson? Looking at who we been connected to thus far: Harrell USC top 6 in passing yards game, link to Leach who was been linked to AR Kafka KC and AR link Urban AR link, helped Ravens turn around LJackson The only link I'm seeing is someone who's been around or influenced by AR in some capacity. Not saying that is a bad thing just saying synergy within the staff seems to be as important as ability to do the job.