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Its always a player who play goes to the next level. Kazee did it last year,and Hooper did it on 2017. Foye Oluokun is that player this year in my eyes this season. We got a absolute steal in round 6. 6'2 230lbs and ran a 4.48 40. He got several D1 offers out of high school but chose Yale because his father wanted him to go. I think he will make this D even more dangerous now that Debi has a clone/running mate on the field

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3 minutes ago, lju713 said:

Its always a player who play goes to the next level. Kazee did it last year,and Hooper did it on 2017. Foye Oluokun is that year in my eyes this season. We got a absolute steal in round 6. 6'2 230lbs and ran a 4.48 40. He got several D1 offers out of high school but chose Yale because his father wanted him to go. I think he will make this D even more dangerous now that Debi has a clone/running mate on the field

Who's yours?

Foye probably won’t reach his 2018 tackles number since he is now our 3rd LB. Just won’t get the snaps.  

I will go with Oliver

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14 hours ago, lju713 said:

Its always a player who play goes to the next level. Kazee did it last year,and Hooper did it on 2017. Foye Oluokun is that year in my eyes this season. We got a absolute steal in round 6. 6'2 230lbs and ran a 4.48 40. He got several D1 offers out of high school but chose Yale because his father wanted him to go. I think he will make this D even more dangerous now that Debi has a clone/running mate on the field

Who's yours?

Quick did you know. Foye actually was clocked at sub 4.4 a few times. True story 

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Hmmm, I don’t want to play by the rules, so I’ll pick 3 on each side of the ball.

Defense: I’m buying the Oliver hype & saying he comes thru THIS YEAR, welcome back Mr. Hageman who has a breakthrough performance, and I would say Foye (because the dude will be a longtime contributor for us) but I want to go against the grain & say Beasley turns heads again this year & really creates an off-season dilemma about re-signing him or not.

Offense: Marcus Green with his electrifying special teams play & being schemed into the offense for ridiculous chunk yardage plays, he already showed out last year but Ridley explodes onto the scene even more with over 1,000 yards, and finally the entire interior offensive line because Mack wasn’t quite his normal self last year & this time won’t being playing next to two backup guards, but instead an NFL starting caliber guard in either Carpenter or Brown, AND next to Lindstrom who is an absolute anchor against pressure. Lindstrom is a rookie, but he’s smart, determined, resilient, savvy, and sure as h311 can neutralize fast hands, quickness, strength, power, stunts, & whatever else. This interior offensive line will be one of the league’s best. 

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Offense - Ito

If Freeman gets hurt or fails to deliver like he used to I can see Ito getting a huge role in this years offense.

Defense - Takk

He will be a 10+ sack guy. He was an absolute force in the beginning of last season until he got hurt. Would have been easily a 10+ sack guy last year as well.

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