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Kinda shocked no Kicker or QB have been added. We have 3 full spots + whatever tryouts we bring. Also expected another runner or so to come through.

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2 minutes ago, Texas_OutLaw7 said:

Kinda shocked no Kicker or QB have been added. We have 3 full spots + whatever tryouts we bring. Also expected another runner or so to come through.

I can't imagine Maher isn't going to get some competition at some point. There really is no excuse for it. He's not all that good and has proven this consistently over his career. 

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This could be a big steal. 

 

PFF Top 250 (strange BB btw)

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234. OT MITCH HYATT, CLEMSON

Hyatt was a four-year starter for Clemson and the epitome of consistency all throughout. He earned 71.0-plus overall grades all four years of his career while playing at least 836 offensive snaps each season.

 

 

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206. DI DANIEL WISE, KANSAS

Weighing in at 6-foot-3, 281 pounds, Kansas’ Wise should move inside at the next level after playing edge defender with the Jayhawks in 2018. He earned a strong 83.1 run-defense grade a year ago, ranking 17th among qualifiers.

 

 

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3 minutes ago, Texas_OutLaw7 said:

Wise, Hyatt, and Westry are being talked highly with a decent chance to make the roster. 

That's interesting. Wonder where they'd put Hyatt? 

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https://huskercorner.com/2019/04/27/nebraska-football-luke-gifford/

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He was named team captain, and his play garnered him honorable mention All-Big Ten honors by the coaches and media who watched him play.

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The linebackers are an important part of their defense due to their pass-rushing abilities. Gifford should be able to fit in right away. He has tremendous upside and should be able to see the field a little bit next year. He is a guy that could benefit from training camp and open the eyes of the coaching staff.

 

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