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  1. Gage is a baller man. He's refined his route running ability more each year he's been here. The one thing that pound for pound didn't mention is Gage's ability to high point the ball. He's one of the best on the team at this. Dude has serious bunnies and great hands. Catches in traffic very well. He's one of my favorites on the team. Don't be surprised if he has over 750 yards this year guys. He's a stud!
  2. You really have to respect this man's approach to things. A guy with his physical talent who truly wants to maximize his potential. Seems like a really fun guy to be around. Will keep his teammates laughing and who is exceedingly competitive. His effect on the team won't just be a singular effect but will push others to compete also. Winning teams have a guy like this and I think its only a matter of time when the puts the league on notice.
  3. Bucannon put up numbers in his career. He produced at a high level. I know Hurst only had 2 years in the league but they are the same age bro. Not saying Hurst won't break out, I'm just saying one guy has a proven resume, albeit only 1 year.
  4. Unlike the other first round busts we've collected this offseason, this dude had actual high level production in NFL, albeit only one season. In 2015, he had 116 tackles, 11 TFLs, 3 sacks and an int. Strong numbers guys. The next 2 years, he suffered 2 grade 3 high ankle sprains, the latter requiring him to have surgery. In 2018, Cardinals underwent another regime change, leaving Bucannon lost like most Arizona players at the time. It didn't help that the coaching staff didn't know how to properly deploy him and play him to his strengths. He's been looking for a scheme fit ever since. I personally like the move a lot. Great straight line speed, in his prime and a strong FORM tackler. Wraps up well. Perfect fit for a big nickel. Huge upgrade over Ishmael. At the very least he's quality SS/LB depth that was sorely needed. Upside as a starter. Probably my favorite FA addition outside of Fowler and Gurley. This guy has proven he can actually play. Same can't be said about the other first round busts we've added. Should have a chip on his shoulder and has the skill set to be productive in our defense. Needs to take advantage of this opportunity, this might be his last one...
  5. The athleticism isn't the problem. Nor is his hustle or strength. This issue is his length. He has really short arms. 31 inches. Has to find a way to get contact on the guard b4 they get their hands on him. In his limited snaps, I thought he didn't play bad at all. He plays with good leverage and upper body strength. Just need to find a technique that allows him to get hands on and disengage at the NFL level.
  6. His hips are super fluid. Keeps his feet moving. Dude has the tools to be elite in the slot...
  7. I just didn't see Rowland's speed blow me away vs HBCU competition. Looks like he runs a 4.5 or 4.6. I may be wrong but that's what I see. He's shifty and follows blocks well. Maybe he won't need that 4.4 speed and I'm wrong, but I don't see him running away from NFL competition.
  8. This. Jalen McClesky has track speed. Actually had real production at D1 level competition. He's on the smaller side (5'10 1/8", 170). At that size, I thought he would have issues catching the ball across the middle of the field. After watching his games, he pleasantly surprised me. He's not afraid to catch the ball in traffic. I don't think Jalen has much special teams upside but he sure can take the top off the D... Those crazy proday numbers he put up might have some validity to them... If y'all didn't know, Jalen ran a 4.28 along with a 40 inch vert, 11 foot broad and a 3.91 short shuttle with 10 inch hands. I know some of y'all like he ain't putting up numbers like that for real... Just check out his pro day and you be the judge... He's probably a Plan D guy but might surprise. You can't teach speed. If you are concerned about his size just remember Taylor Gabriel played at 5'7" 168 and was very effective for us...
  9. ****, why all the hatin on Gage? He's done nothing but outperform his draft position...
  10. If he's better than Hardy (that won't take much), it's a win for the Falcons... He hasn't proven to be half a good as Gage so far so let's not get ahead of ourselves. I'll be cool with 400 yrds and 4 TDs to be honest. That's like Hardy's whole career lol
  11. This guy has the measurables though. Big difference from those guys you mentioned... Not saying he's a starter or even makes the team, but has more than the average draft pick with his physical potential.
  12. Those numbers are wild... Look at how he compares to the Lineman in this draft class. Impressive....
  13. I think the guy has the tools to develop. Needs some NFL level coaching to improve his sets but the tools are quite ridiculous. Memphis had a strong run game and a lot of those runs came from the right side. We have experience developing UDFA RTs into starters, maybe this guy is also a diamond in the rough too.
  14. Ummm, I don't recall seeing this posted but this is some pretty crazy stuff from his pro day... Scottie Dill has all the tools to develop into a player in this league... Very intriguing prospect... Weight: 320 Height: 6'8" Hands: 10 2/3" Wingspan: 83 1/2" 40 time: 5.00 3 cone: 7.21 20 yd shuttle: 4.35 Bench: 35 reps Vert: 30" Broad: 111"
  15. Great post! Man, I guarantee if you watch this vids, it will make you smile. Kid lights up a room when he walks in. Coach won't have to tell him to hit the gym or work harder. Self motivated and big heart. Just happens that the kid is a freak. Coaches said he was pissed about his 40 time. 5 flat is **** good for his size! He's def a sub 5 guy with violent hands and intentions. Great burst. Most of all, the guy wants it. You can't teach that...
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