2020 Pass Rush Prospects

Discussion in 'NFL Draft' started by steverife, Dec 13, 2019.

  1. Carp

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    Speed isn't his game and that was known before the combine. His pro day will be much better I'm sure.
     
  2. Carp

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    Pass on Lewis. Much rather have Curtis Weaver.
     
  3. Gridiron Gun

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    You must not have watched too many UT games since graduating. Jennings is a beast on the field. He has great hands, is hard to bring down, and blocks downfield really well. He does need to work on his route running, I admit, but the rest of those "measurables" at the combine don't mean anything for how he plays.

    Reminds me a bit of Heinz Ward back in the day. I bet he could have a similar career. Or he could be a total bust, unfortunately, there's not much way to know. But the combine doesn't have anything to do with it.
     
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  4. Tricky

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    I watch every vol game and agree that he was a beast out there. I really thought he could be the sleeper of this class. But those athletic measurables might make him go undrafted.
     
  5. Titans2004

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    Alex Highsmith from Charlotte is a guy I like...he needs help developing a few counter moves...although he isn’t the fastest guy he is quick...Clemson LT said that he was the quickest guy off the snap that he has ever faced...

    I also like Zack Baun from Wisconsin just a baller....played standing up and with hand in the dirt...had a great 10 yd split at combine which is the most important thing for an edge rusher
     
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  6. Broken Arrow

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    Definitely don't think Baun in RD 1 is out of the question yet- since Clowney is playing Tea Party with teams right now
     
  7. Titans2004

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    Azur Kamara out of Kansas is an interesting late rnd guy. 6'3" 245 with 35.25 length arms...longest arms of any defender in the draft.. He ran 4.6 40yd which is solid and had a 1.57 10 yd split. He is very very raw having only played his senior year in high school...was playing soccer before that....so he went to community college for 2 yrs and racked up 20 sacks

    played 2 yrs at Kansas ...only started this yr and had 5 sacks.

    He is a guy that I would draft and put on the practice squad to let him learn the game better and also to fill out his frame in the weight room.
     
  8. Titans2004

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    Derek Tuszka out of North Dakota State is another small school guy who was very productive and had a good combine...his 6.87 3 cone drill was outstanding....he has a great bend and finish to his rush....I haven’t seen too many counter moves in his repertoire though
     
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  9. Carp

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    To be fair, a few of the top WR's didn't run great at the combine. Keenan Allen actually ran a 4.75 40. Jarvis Landry ran 4.77.
     
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  10. Titans2004

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    Tyshun Render is another guy to keep an eye on....he is the DE from MTSU that Belichick skipped the combine to scout...He is raw, but watching his highlight video I'm not sure that I've seen a guy with as many violent tackles...he plays the game angry.

    I'm sure JRob made another trip down the the Boro...he had great success taking Byard from MTSU
     
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