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Thread: New FO research on pass rushers in the draft

  1. #21
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    Good read, thanks for posting.

  2. #22
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    That short shuttle number doesn't do a whole lot when the player gets enveloped by NFL Offensive Tackles and handled by physical tight ends. I think Hughes and Graham both have the type of motor required for a pass rusher specialist, but Hughes' lack of elite competition is a little worrisome. The best OLinemen he faced all year were probably in practice (Richmond and Newhouse). Hell, Pitta the TE from BYU did well against him. I think Hughes is far from a sure thing but could be worth a gamble at 29.

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    [QUOTE=Maury77;3565704]As per their calculations, Jason Worilds had a 4.29 short shuttle and a vertical of 38".

    Odrick in the 1st and Worilds in the second would be nice.[/QUOTE

    if that happens.it is okay with me.

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    ... vid on hughes ...

    ... love his speed ... nervous about his nose for the ball ... he seems to just miss the play an awful lot ...




    l_j_r


    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nwoo94qwh_4&NR=1

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