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3[75]: Jace Sternberger [TE; Texas A&M]

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3 minutes ago, incognito_man said:

Just watched Sternberger for the first time right now.

I wish I had earlier.

I think I would have had him above everyone except Fant.

Guy is ridiculously fluid out there despite his numbers. Catches the ball as an act of continuing down field (i.e. doesn't lose speed or steps when he plucks). LOVE that look in a TE.

He falls smoothly. I actually key on that. Shows body control and, hopefully, injury prevention w/ good body awareness.

Great feet, too. He get any Zach Ertz comps? Frickin perfect seam guy for Rodgers...

Nice youtube highlight take B|

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1 minute ago, Arthur Penske said:
11 minutes ago, AlexGreen#20 said:

Drafted a move TE that's bad at moving. Nice!

Who hurt you? Are you every happy? Haha

yeah, he's definitely not bad at moving for a TE. Best one I saw this year other than Fant of the guys I watched

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8 minutes ago, ReadyToThump said:

Jace Sternberger

Jake Stoneburner

 

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3 minutes ago, Arthur Penske said:

 

Who hurt you? Are you every happy? Haha

I love @AlexGreen#20 but for the last few months when he posts I imagine him and McGinn sitting in his the old man's office together bi+$-# about the Packers lol.

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4 minutes ago, ReadyToThump said:

Nice youtube highlight take B|

some are great for showcasing potential. Some highlight reels are worthless.

Sternberger's is actually pretty nice IMO

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This pick is for 2020.  If he has more than 40 receptions in his rookie year, he's literally going to be an all-pro throughout his career.

Opinions of him not being fast enough... What's the opinion on his brain?  Because, with Rodgers, intelligence goes further than athleticism, and maybe that's why we picked him. 

 

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I definitely saw this pick coming looking at the board. It is l nice to see a TE with ballskills on the team. 

I will say his measurables scare me a bit. He doesn’t have the most upside.

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2 minutes ago, incognito_man said:

some are great for showcasing potential. Some highlight reels are worthless.

Sternberger's is actually pretty nice IMO

He was in my mock. 

Or were you too busy looking at Cashman?

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If you told me to build the most bog standard, mediocre move TE in the NFL, this is the guy I would make.

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2 minutes ago, pacman5252 said:

I definitely saw this pick coming looking at the board. It is l nice to see a TE with ballskills on the team. 

I will say his measurables scare me a bit. He doesn’t have the most upside.

Faster than Zach Ertz. 

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1 minute ago, Cadmus said:

He was in my mock. 

Or were you too busy looking at Cashman?

must have been ha, I hadn't watched anything of Sternberger yet. Just didn't get around to him.

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From my TMI mock:

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When people knock Sternberger for his perceived lack of athleticism I think they’re really missing the point of what makes him such a threat. Sternberger is very SMOOTH, and that’s why (at least to me) he appears to play at least a full step faster than he timed. Before the catch—JS’s movement skills are reminiscent of Zach Ertz (a Top 3 TE in the NFL who ran a 4.76)—the way he flows seamlessly through his routes. The overall comparison to Ertz doesn’t work because of what he offers after the catch. JS is not only a crafty route runner, but he uses those smooth, purposeful movements to make players miss and isn’t afraid to run through a defender if they hesitate.

 

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