Laron Landry - How high?

Discussion in 'NFL Draft' started by Carpy, Nov 17, 2006.

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  1. PAtitansfan53

    PAtitansfan53 Kush & OJ

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    Me too I doubt he ran a 4.35, and Nelson is no flash in the pan if Urban Meyer is calling him the best defensive players he's ever coached. And I would bet the house RN runs better than LL at the combine and whenver else.
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  2. Titans2004

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    I just haven't been as impressed with LL's ballhawking skills. I think he will make a better SS type of guy in the pros. Whereas I'm hoping that the Titans go for a true FS with range and great ball skills. I think Nelson is better in that category.

    this is going to be one of the best safety classes to come along in awhile.

    If you want a guy that makes plays then Michael Griffin certainly falls into that category. I worry that he is always looking for the spectacular play and thus blows some assignments.
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  3. Gut

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    Well...

    Hand held or electronic? Indoors or outdoors (with or against the wind)? Track or grass?

    RN is out-flashing the declining stats of Landry. On the other hand, Landry is one of the leaders of arguably the best D in the Nation. We'll get a good feel for both in the Bowl games...especially with Nelson having to hold up against Troy Smith, Ginn Jr. and Gonzalez.

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