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3 secondary guys we could target late

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Never really considered they would be looking for depth behind Neal. That Chris Cooper looks like an excellent fit. 

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42 minutes ago, datchrisb1 said:

Never really considered they would be looking for depth behind Neal. That Chris Cooper looks like an excellent fit. 

Yeah Cooper looks tough and takes good angles with speed. Love how he hustled and ran the guy down.

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DQ coached at Hofstra from 1996-2000 with Cooper's DC Bobby McIntyre. There is a connection. From the little I've seen on Cooper I like him. He's tough and physical.(probably has a good CT score DQ likes). He ran a 4.43 at pro day with a bad hamstring.

 

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3 hours ago, ike barn87987 said:

DQ coached at Hofstra from 1996-2000....

Ahh so that's why him and Raheem Morris are boys. 

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Bobby.Digital put me on to him but Tarvarius Moore is another guy who play a plethora of roles in this scheme, including single high.

I said it in another topic, but Siran Neal looks like an ideal boundary corner in our scheme. 

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15 hours ago, Smiler11 said:

Bobby.Digital put me on to him but Tarvarius Moore is another guy who play a plethora of roles in this scheme, including single high.

I said it in another topic, but Siran Neal looks like an ideal boundary corner in our scheme. 

Moore is one of my favorite safety prospects in this class

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