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Old 01-23-2010, 04:33 PM   #1
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Old 01-23-2010, 04:48 PM   #2
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surprised with kam chancellor, apparently he has had a great week of practice too. I am a Hokie, but I've never been convinced he was nearly as good as people thought. He was often victimized in coverage and missed a lot of easy tackles while going for the big hit (sound familiar)? but he is playing well
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McShay has Anthony Davis going to us at 4 and has kansas city picking russel okung at 5...thats a head scrather
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surprised with kam chancellor, apparently he has had a great week of practice too. I am a Hokie, but I've never been convinced he was nearly as good as people thought. He was often victimized in coverage and missed a lot of easy tackles while going for the big hit (sound familiar)? but he is playing well
I've heard he has all the tools but maturity is the question.
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McShay has Anthony Davis going to us at 4 and has kansas city picking russel okung at 5...thats a head scrather

I would be shocked if we pass on Okung... (if we chooses OL) That would be insane. I still think this team will go QB though.
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Kam Chancellor looks pretty good at free safety...Has a little of the Deangelo Hall syndrome (cocky,not mature) But (big play ability)
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Skelton is extremely slow... He has very little mobility it seems. I haven't seen him play alot but he's never looked that good to me.
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Smootsmacks John Skelton is playing right now
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what about taking J.James late in the draft?
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I do like Skelton's big arm and quick pass though
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im recording the game...ill have to find a time to watch it this week...just got back from quaker steak and lube and im half cocked at the moment lol...but i want to be sure i watch the game with all my senses
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I think Kafka was the best QB I saw today. I can't believe that as good of a player as Cody Grimm is, that he didn't get invited to any of these games or the combine. Also Freddie Barnes had 155 catches and 19 TD's this past year...thats crazy
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surprised with kam chancellor, apparently he has had a great week of practice too. I am a Hokie, but I've never been convinced he was nearly as good as people thought. He was often victimized in coverage and missed a lot of easy tackles while going for the big hit (sound familiar)? but he is playing well
Yeah I was surprised by that as well. I'm a huge Hokie fan and Kam has killed us this year. He always was being torched in coverage. So glad he graduated.
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I would be shocked if we pass on Okung... (if we chooses OL) That would be insane. I still think this team will go QB though.
Well this site didn't see us passing on him. I have been lied to. I have heard that Okung is not the type of OL Shanahan would use and that Shanahan would pick someone smaller and faster. Okung is only 305 and the write up sounds like someone Shanahan would want.

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McShay has Anthony Davis going to us at 4 and has kansas city picking russel okung at 5...thats a head scrather
Anthony Davis has more upside then Okung while still having a high floor (though not as high as Okung's). McShay is convinced that when workouts and interviews roll around we'll see Davis shoot past Okung on most draft boards. Also while it only means so much at this point, Davis was seen as the best OL prospect coming out of high school, a distinction that Oher held last year and ironically Oher was far and wide the best rookie lineman. Okung was a 3 star prospect in case you were wondering (like I said only means so much at this point). Both are very good but at this point I'm inclined to think that Davis might be a better fit especially since he played in a zone blocking scheme at Rutgers.

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Well this site didn't see us passing on him. I have been lied to. I have heard that Okung is not the type of OL Shanahan would use and that Shanahan would pick someone smaller and faster. Okung is only 305 and the write up sounds like someone Shanahan would want.
You have to factor in the height to weight ratio. Right now Okung is listed at 299 on Scouts Inc but even if he was 305 it would be akin to him being around 6'2 288. Keep in mind Shannahan doesn't always go with light lineman. Then again the heavy first round pick of Shanahan's (George Foster 338 lbs) was one of Shanahan's worst picks. Still everything I've read on him indicates that Okung would be a great fit here.
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