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PostPosted: Sat May 27, 2017 6:32 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Updated NFLDraftScout Ht/Wt for some of the tackles with weight rounded. They've changed since two months ago.

Trey Adams - 6'7" 320
Mike McGlinchey - 6'7" 315
Conner Williams - 6'5" 320
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Thoughts on Jamarco Jones, Ohio State and Chukwuma Okorafor, WMU?
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PostPosted: Sun May 28, 2017 4:19 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Top5Fitz wrote:
Thoughts on Jamarco Jones, Ohio State and Chukwuma Okorafor, WMU?


JaMarco Jones has a ton of raw tools, but his footwork is pretty clunky. He gets overextended quite often in pass protection, but I love him as a run blocker. He kind of reminds me of Cam Robinson. He's athletic enough to handle speed, but he seems like a guy that gets lazy with his technique and gives up some easy rushes to the QB. I think he irons out some of his issues and goes in the early 2nd round next year.

No idea about Okorafor, but that's a pretty badass name.
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Mike McGlinchey is great when he can get his hands locked in early, stuns defenders in their tracks and can drive block. He's a different player when he's got to move his feet, looks like he's weighed down and struggles to change direction. I'm not convinced he's a top tier talent at all.
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Are any of these guys we should be worried about being too stiff in the hips?
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justo wrote:
Trey Adams is clearly the best OT of this group


This. I love this guy.
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PostPosted: Wed May 31, 2017 6:24 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

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Are any of these guys we should be worried about being too stiff in the hips?

Not with Connor Williams, Mike McGlinchey and Trey Adams. Out of the three Williams is the most loose guy.
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Iamcanadian wrote:
Here's how I see them currently:

OT's


1 - Brown, Okla - top of the pack IMO, but could loose 15 to 20 lbs to reach his potential.

2.- M. Hyatt Clemson

3 - M. Rankin Mississippi ST.

4. M. McGlinchey Notre Dame

5 - T. Adams Washington

6 - T. Weathersky LSU


Interior OLmen

1 - Q Nelson, Notre Dame - Looks special to me

2 - M. Cole, Michigan OC

2 - B. Smith, Auburn

3 - M. Ivey, Florida


Connor Williams??
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Keep an eye on Brandon Parker, North Carolina A&T. He has the length and athleticism that the NFL will love. I've seen him listed at 6'6" 300, he claims to be 6'8" 310, so he's probably somewhere in between there. He's strong, he's got great length, he has a good build for the position, he can get out in space, and he moves well. He will play some games against some decent teams, though he still needs to perform better and develop. Julién Davenport went in the 4th round, I don't see why he can't go in that range after a solid season.


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IDOG_det wrote:
Keep an eye on Brandon Parker, North Carolina A&T. He has the length and athleticism that the NFL will love. I've seen him listed at 6'6" 300, he claims to be 6'8" 310, so he's probably somewhere in between there. He's strong, he's got great length, he has a good build for the position, he can get out in space, and he moves well. He will play some games against some decent teams, though he still needs to perform better and develop. Julién Davenport went in the 4th round, I don't see why he can't go in that range after a solid season.



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tannenballs wrote:
IDOG_det wrote:
Brandon Parker, North Carolina A&T.


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IDOG_det wrote:
tannenballs wrote:
IDOG_det wrote:
Brandon Parker, North Carolina A&T.


Sitting pretty at #46 Wink


Did you do Kent State or the Tulsa game?
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tannenballs wrote:
Did you do Kent State or the Tulsa game?
Kent State and Richmond. Haven't seen the game vs Tulsa
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Early in my studying I think Connor Williams, Orlando Brown, and Mike McGlinchey are by far the best 3 tackles in the draft. Trey Adams to me is the most overrated prospect right now
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Eagles#1 wrote:
Early in my studying I think Connor Williams, Orlando Brown, and Mike McGlinchey are by far the best 3 tackles in the draft. Trey Adams to me is the most overrated prospect right now

I'm not going to claim I've studied them deeply but in brief viewing Trey Adams is the guy I have the most trouble with among the four. But he's young and I think his problems are technical and can be worked on. He had a lot of trouble with both the guys USC had going against him. I remember a couple people here pumping up Adams and after watching the USC game I was stunned with what I saw. At least he doesn't have athletic limitations. You can work on him. I still have him in the first round.
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