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Daylon Mack - Low cost 3-tech

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Currently projected from round 4-6. He was on track to go much higher but because he's a big body (335) they decided to use him at NT, where he was not good. Great quickness and disruption from a big boy when at 3.

With Grady due for a big pay day this year, we need to approach picks from a talent aspect but with our finances in mind. If Mack works out, we have a DT on the cheap for a few years as well as someone who could be very good.

 

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55 minutes ago, Cole World said:

It looks like he getting shot out of a cannon.

Yeah, for as heavy as he is he shouldn't be able to move that quick. He caught my eye last year. It's a shame A+M let him flounder at NT all year. I think someone is gonna get a good one late.

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2019 East-West Shrine Game: Practice Report
 
  • The star of the West practice was Texas A&M nose tackle Daylon Mack. In the run scrimmage, Mack was exceptional. He started off by eating up a hole up the middle to stuff a run for no gain. He then fired a gap to get a tackle for a loss. In the pass rushing one-on-ones, Mack used a swim move to get the better of Pit's Alex Bookser on a few reps. He bulled through college teammate Keaton Sutherland. Mack used his power to shed a block and then got to the quarterback for a sack in the team scrimmage. 

    Mack would flash some special ability for years with the Aggies, but he was a rotational player because of bad work ethic and his failure to stay on top of his conditioning to take on a lot of snaps. Mack still needs to improve his conditioning, but he showed that he has a good skill set with quickness, pad level, power and a strong base. This was an excellent start to the week for the heavy nose tackle. 

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