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Thread: Why are we not talking about Robert Sands in the later rounds?

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    Why are we not talking about Robert Sands in the later rounds?

    He's a 6'4 217 pound safety who ran a 4.53 40 yard, a 1.59 10 yard dash, had a 35" vertical, a 10'4" broad jump...and he's a mostly legitimate free safety prospect who can possibly be a weapon against the pass...

    The guy got a lot of hype before and got to be overrated for short while, but that was a long time ago. At this point he's turned into a solid 3-4th round safety prospect with a great amount of upside...Or HAS HE!?!!? I ask YOU, JI board members, to decide!

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    Love this player but as a SS,not a FS.He's perfect for the role Eric Smith played last yr in our defense.

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    probably because he'll just be another one dimensional safety on the jets roster that can play the run but has awful ball skills...

    despite this being a terrible safety class Sands should have stayed in school another year and worked on improving/completing his game...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Come Back to NY View Post
    probably because he'll just be another one dimensional safety on the jets roster that can play the run but has awful ball skills...

    despite this being a terrible safety class Sands should have stayed in school another year and worked on improving/completing his game...
    Who better to help him complete his game than the Great Rex Ryan and staff?

    You gotta figure that practicing against Schittenheimer's super predictable, poorly designed, poorly playcalled offense will give him confidence too.

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