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2020 Draft | Eagles select: Jalen Reagor (#21 ovr)

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18 minutes ago, Danger said:

He ain't a 4.2 guy, but if you think he's actually a 4.47 then your lying to yourself. He's mid to high 4.3 IMO. Level of competition is certainly not something to brag about, but he literally had dog crap throwing him the football last year.

Yep. Max Game speed, second only to Ruggs last year. And it wasn't a rare occurrence.
 

And man they did suck

 

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Just now, Kiltman said:

Yep. Max Game speed, second only to Ruggs last year. And it wasn't a rare occurrence.
 

And man they did suck

 

What isn't said about those TCU QBs, they were throwing against Big XII defenses mostly. 

Fun fact: Big XII defense are a myth. They don't exist.

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36 minutes ago, TheRealMcCoy said:

 

to further this

 

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Posted (edited)

What TCU's QBs did last year was the equivalent of posting a 73.43 passer rating against the New York Giants Defense, for an entire season.

Edited by Danger

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8 minutes ago, Danger said:

He ain't a 4.2 guy, but if you think he's actually a 4.47 then your lying to yourself. He's mid to high 4.3 IMO. Level of competition is certainly not something to brag about, but he literally had dog crap throwing him the football last year.

I really liked the way he ran a dino (post-corner-post), but this isn't going to get him so wide open in the NFL without DB's respecting his speed.
If it is there, fine.
But, there is conflicting information.

The available film looks great, but it is slanted.
I feel like the combine accounts for something.
People tend to use one or the other, not both.

 

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Just now, babyatemydingo said:

I really liked the way he ran a dino (post-corner-post), but this isn't going to get him so wide open in the NFL without DB's respecting his speed.
If it is there, fine.
But, there is conflicting information.

The available film looks great, but it is slanted.
I feel like the combine accounts for something.
People tend to use one or the other, not both.

 

At the combine he was overbulked coming in 10 lbs heavier than his playing weight.

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1 minute ago, Danger said:

At the combine he was overbulked coming in 10 lbs heavier than his playing weight.

Might he not need that 10 lbs. to maintain his health against NFL DB's?
I am not suggesting that he needs to "rock up" like Tyreek Hill, but if he misses games due to being slight, is it not a detriment?

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1 minute ago, babyatemydingo said:

Might he not need that 10 lbs. to maintain his health against NFL DB's?
I am not suggesting that he needs to "rock up" like Tyreek Hill, but if he misses games due to being slight, is it not a detriment?

He's still 10 lbs heavier than Tyreek Hill. 

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2 hours ago, Scalamania said:

 

Lmao those numbers aren’t accurate 

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1 minute ago, Counselor said:

Lmao those numbers aren’t accurate 

Neither is his 4.47 40 at the combine or his 4.40 20 yard shuttle.

Like most of have said, it's somwhere between the numbers that show up in that video and the numbers at the combine.

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Just now, Danger said:

Neither is his 4.47 40 at the combine or his 4.40 20 yard shuttle.

Like most of have said, it's somwhere between the numbers that show up in that video and the numbers at the combine.

I mean those are the numbers he recorded at the combine. So those are accurate. 

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Just now, Counselor said:

I mean those are the numbers he recorded at the combine. So those are accurate. 

He was 10 lbs heavier at the combine than his playing weight, and the game film has proved that those numbers at the combine aren't accurate. Unless you think the Combine is the end-all be-all 100% accurate all the time.

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2 minutes ago, Danger said:

He was 10 lbs heavier at the combine than his playing weight, and the game film has proved that those numbers at the combine aren't accurate. Unless you think the Combine is the end-all be-all 100% accurate all the time.

I mean weight changes things a bit obviously but you can’t just sit here and say those times weren’t accurate. They were accurate at the time. 

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Forgot he wore #18 earlier in his career at TCU, imagine that'll be his number here.

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1 minute ago, Danger said:

He's still 10 lbs heavier than Tyreek Hill. 

So, he's as muscular as Hill?  That's the point.
I mean 10 lbs. of muscle.
Hill is small, but all sinew and muscle.
Reagor is not as solid as Hill, nor as fast.

To insinuate that Reagor is Hill is absurd.
Hill is faster and stronger.
He is also very durable.

This is what I question about Reagor.
 

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