CMarinoNFL Posted June 22, 2019 Share Posted June 22, 2019 HUGE fan of Boise State DE Curtis Weaver (6-3 264). Plays the “STUD” position at BSU. Position essentially calls for an athlete who can rush the passer at the strong side or drop into coverage. Reminds me of what Quinn looks for in a LEO: “always lines up on the LOS and blitzes, generally a player that is smaller than a DE but bigger than an OLB (240-250 lbs), pass rush ability, can control his gap and take on other responsibilities (such as coverage) from time-to-time, ‘quinn and carroll have tended towards using lighter, more athletic players at the position in recent years, like bruce irvin’ (6-3, 250. 4.5 40) or vic beasley (6-3, 246. 4.53 40)” Ideal Falcons LEO fit who can play with his hand in the dirt. 28 TFL and 20.5 sacks in two seasons. Phenomenal hand usage. Also high in character. If Cominsky plays out the 5 technique, which I imagine he will, the Falcons may want to see Weaver at the LEO (7T/9T). However, his best fit is probably at SDE (5T) because of his ability to do both: pass rush and stop the run. Think Steven Means, who was supposed to start at SDE. Unintentional Grounding, VTCrunkler and Smiler11 3 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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