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Being interviewed by Tim Couch, Clinton Portis and others ....Wow, what an impressive humble young man ....just reiterated again that his dream is to play for the Atlanta Falcons ....he said he models his game on Von Miller......please, please let this guy fall to # 8 .....they are just getting ready to break down some of his film after a commercial ......

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He almost seems too nice LOL, but when he hits the field nothing nice about him....then his dog comes out.....

He probably exorcises his demons on the field, which allows him to be calm and well collected off of it.

Let's hope that Beasley has to get a ticket from Chicago to Atlanta at the end of the month.

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He has the desire and strength...see

...just needs someone to direct it.

I found most of this footage to be in Beasley's favour here he showed alot what has been confirmed for months.The biggest advantage was that they were for the most part in front so beasley could pretty much pin his ears back and go after the QB.

If I'm honest I'd like to see more games where teams ran at him to see how he holds up against big OT's coming at him if he can hold the point and make a play on RB's coming down hill at him.Disengagement getting off blocks to make tackles on a RB as above.

All the pass rush stuff is there to see theres no argument on that front I would just feel more comfortable if i saw more run D highlights is all.

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I found most of this footage to be in Beasley's favour here he showed alot what has been confirmed for months.The biggest advantage was that they were for the most part in front so beasley could pretty much pin his ears back and go after the QB.

If I'm honest I'd like to see more games where teams ran at him to see how he holds up against big OT's coming at him if he can hold the point and make a play on RB's coming down hill at him.Disengagement getting off blocks to make tackles on a RB as above.

All the pass rush stuff is there to see theres no argument on that front I would just feel more comfortable if i saw more run D highlights is all.

Well, a guy that can bench more than 95% of OTs he will face certainly you would think he has the upper body and core strength....Some TATF clowns will tell you that bench press means absolutely nothing, but that is far from the truth...

it is true that most power in football comes from leg spring and drive, but with his measurables and first step explosion you got to believe that is there...

Also, IMO his tape shows that he is more than capable of setting the edge and handling the bubble when he is bumped down to LEO .....I have studied no other player as much as I have VB, and IMO the knock that he is " weak against the run " is total BS.......I seen it with me own two eyes LOL .....

And those hands man, those hands ........not a mofo in this world he could not beatch slap in a quik .....kinda like this LMFAO......

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Wonder if we like him enough to trade up for him. In almost every scenario he doesn't make it out the 5th pick.

Beasley is awesome, no doubt. I still believe that Dupree has more potential. 30 pounds heavier, as fast or faster, is experienced and effective in coverage, explosive jump and shuttle cone numbers. All Dupree needs is to learn how to harness and use that athleticism.

In the end, I believe Dupree will prove to be the better of the two, and possibly the best player in this whole draft.

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Beasley is awesome, no doubt. I still believe that Dupree has more potential. 30 pounds heavier, as fast or faster, is experienced and effective in coverage, explosive jump and shuttle cone numbers. All Dupree needs is to learn how to harness and use that athleticism.

In the end, I believe Dupree will prove to be the better of the two, and possibly the best player in this whole draft.

I am starting to warm up to Dupree, but he is a guy we would have to have some real patience with IMO.....he is 10x a better option than Gregory, why this Gregory love here at TATF ?... he is suited only for a 3-4 LBer, at least Dupree is capable of putting his hand in the dirt .....

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I am starting to warm up to Dupree, but he is a guy we would have to have some real patience with IMO.....he is 10x a better option than Gregory, why this Gregory love here at TATF ?... he is suited only for a 3-4 LBer, at least Dupree is capable of putting his hand in the dirt .....

I had doubts until I saw that scouting tape. It showed his negatives as much as his positives. I was impressed at his willingness and ability to drop in coverage (sacrificing personal goals for team needs), the fact that he was always a yard deep in the backfield before the qb had taken a single drop back step, and the fact that even when he was stonewalled he never quit on the play.

His horrible lack of hand use and technique should be quickly coachable. His speed, his power, his quickness, and his no-quit motor will make him devastating when he learns how to use the natural tools he has.

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I had doubts until I saw that scouting tape. It showed his negatives as much as his positives. I was impressed at his willingness and ability to drop in coverage (sacrificing personal goals for team needs), the fact that he was always a yard deep in the backfield before the qb had taken a single drop back step, and the fact that even when he was stonewalled he never quit on the play.

His horrible lack of hand use and technique should be quickly coachable. His speed, his power, his quickness, and his no-quit motor will make him devastating when he learns how to use the natural tools he has.

That's exactly why I like him so much more than Fowler. Fowler has the technique down, the hand use, he knows how to use his length, which is all well and good. But he already seems maxed out, potential-wise. Whereas with Dupree, he won almost entirely because of his athleticism. You look at Za'Darius Smith who was also on that line and when he got coached up even for a little while at the Shrine Game he looked great, and that's against better competition. Dupree getting coached up by one of the best DL coaches in the league, with a couple of the best LB coaches (Richard Smith, and Ulbrich is well known for it too), and he could be a star.

Also, considering how mediocre his 3-cone is, the dude looks very fluid in coverage. That's one area I was always impressed with him. Really intriguing skillset.

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