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Old 04-29-2011, 11:00 PM   #721
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I think if we're going offensive lineman tomorrow I would hope to see Zach Hurd on their radar.

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Positives: Has good athleticism and quick feet for his size. Uses his bulk and strength to create lanes as a run blocker. Gets under the pads of defenders and drives them out of the play. Sustains his blocks once he gets leverage on the defender. Kicks out and seal the edge and gets out to pull despite his hulking frame. Engulfs undersized linebackers. Has a strong upper body and uses his arms to sustain blocks in pass protection. Has good balance and recovers well when getting knocked backwards. Shows the ability to cut block. Knocks players to the ground when coming with a full head of steam. Has a quick first step off the snap. Explodes off the line and keeps his pad level low. Prevents quick penetration on running plays. Gets to the second level quickly. Works his way outside and squares up nicely on outside linebackers and cornerbacks.

Negatives: Lacks football instincts, often hitting the wrong target or seeming unsure whom to block. Looks uncomfortable as a pass blocker and tries to attack defenders with his body instead of keeping his balance and engaging them. Tends to catch the defender in pass protection instead of making the first contact. Doesn't keep his legs running when engaged. Fails to stay square at times and can be shed by defenders. Tends to lead with his shoulder rather than engage linemen with his hands. Gets lazy at times and prefers not to block downfield if the play isn't directly in his area. Doesn't take great angles and can fail to keep the defender in front of him.
Let Oakland take him. Seems to not be the brightest bulb in the house.
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Old 04-29-2011, 11:06 PM   #722
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Re: 2011 Draft Thread Rounds 2-3

By the way if you can get Kendall Hunter (RB Ok State) tommorrow then thats a HUGE steal.
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Old 04-29-2011, 11:08 PM   #723
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A guy like Justin Bannan can be put on the D-line for cheap. If we had picked Jordan, we probably would have told him to fatten up and become a space eater. I don't think that a space eater is worth burning a 1st rounder on.
Justin Bannan would not provide the pass rush abilities that Jordan would. Average 3-4 ends eat space; good ones make plays, too.

Look at the Jets, Steelers, and Ravens: they often spend first round picks on guys you pejoratively termed "space eaters."
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By the way if you can get Kendall Hunter (RB Ok State) tommorrow then thats a HUGE steal.
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Old 04-29-2011, 11:13 PM   #725
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Guys did Moffitt from Wisconsin get picked up at all?

Seattle got him at #75. I knew it. That guy was a total beast.
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Old 04-29-2011, 11:14 PM   #726
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Shows a bit of everything. From beautiful rushes and ability to take on tackles, but also him missing on some clear running lanes.
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Old 04-29-2011, 11:22 PM   #727
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Jenkins doesn't have to be a beast or have sacks -- if he is a durable NT who can play even half the snaps, take some double teams and just eats up space, it'll mean less people for Rak and now Kerrigan to fight on the way to the QB
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Old 04-29-2011, 11:22 PM   #728
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Marcus Cannon Scouting Report - 2011 NFL Draft Prospect

Seems like this guy would be a steal -- someone posted this a little earlier and seems like a great pickup in the 4th or 5th
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Loving this FO's draft so far....the adults are in charge.
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Guys did Moffitt from Wisconsin get picked up at all?
Dude I asked earlier who was the Moffitt fan. Why didn't you come forward?
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I missed the pick. Damn shame. I would have loved some Big Ten hogs up front on offense. 2012 will have plenty more though!!!!!!!!
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This guy could be our Wes Welker, maybe in the 5th round.

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Yes, agreed. Would love to add Jeff Maehl as well. Our WR corps would have a lot of quickness, and we definitely need to get younger there.
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Yes, agreed. Would love to add Jeff Maehl as well. Our WR corps would have a lot of quickness, and we definitely need to get younger there.
Guys guys. Lets not go all Vinny here. Hankerson was a hell of a steal. Lets not push it.

ILB, RB, OG, and maybe QB are the positions we should be looking at tomorrow.
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