Peter Konz

Discussion in 'NFL Draft' started by mike75, Mar 20, 2012.

  1. The Playmaker

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    There are still some solid centers available in FA. I think we address the position in the draft probably in the 2nd or 3rd. I'm starting to think for our 1st we just need to go BPA on defense.
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  2. Titans1981

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    Any Idea if this guy will fit our scheme? Do we use more of a zone or man blocking scheme?


    David Molk, C, Michigan
    Height: 6-1. Weight: 298.
    Projected 40 Time: 4.99.
    Bench: 41.
    Arm: 32.

    Projected Round (2012): 3-4.
    3/6/12: Molk set out to break the Combine bench press record but fell short of it; still he put up a massive total to lead all the offensive linemen. Molk has definitely put on some bulk since the season ended. He has been very outspoken claiming to be the best center in the draft, and trash talking Brewster specifically. Molk did not go to the Senior Bowl or the East-West Shrine.

    Molk was a good college player, and he was the 2011 Remington Trophy recipient. Molk is a fast and mobile blocker who did a nice job of opening up running holes and protecting quarterback Denard Robinson. Molk was undersized when he played at Michigan prior to his Combine weigh-in. Based off his collegiate performance, at the next level, Molk would be best in a zone-blocking scheme. He didn't display the size and power for a man-blocking scheme, but that was before his Combine weigh-in. Now other teams could give consideration to Molk since he isn't in the 280s any more.
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  3. TitanicOwl

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    If the FO decides Konz is the pick, why not try to trade back in the first round?
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