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This is the crap i hope BB throws out the window from now on. Good players are good players regardless of "specs". Obviously it hasn't been working lately. Hope we drop the "prototypes" immediately.
Eric Norwood was South Carolinas best player is 256 but only 6'. Hi is bigger than Teddy. Great QB rush.
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He has passed before! Clay Matthews apparently wasn't big enough either. He was 'only' 6'3 and 245 lbs. Yeah he had 10 sacks for the Packers this year. I'm not in BB's head, I can only judge based on his actions. And he has passed on guys that he has deemed are too 'small' for his system.
Matthews also had Aaron Kampman lining up opposite him... Not to mention that the GB 3-4 D-line played extremely well.
Chad Reuter of NFLdraftscout/CBSSports lists O'Brien Schofield as one of his "fallers" from the Shrine week:
"The first-team All-Big Ten pick popped off film this season but couldn't make much headway as a linebacker or defensive end in practices this week. He was trying to learn the linebacker position on the fly, but looked stiff and slow in his drops and in coverage. In one-on-one pass rush drills, he couldn't stay off the ground when trying to beat Saffold or Scott with his speed. Arizona State's Dexter Davis also struggled with the move from end to linebacker, especially in coverage."
Yet, the Packers Director of Scouting had Scofield rising up their board prior to the kid's knee injury today.
Schofield impressed scouts last week at the East-West Shrine Game, and he was named the defensive most valuable player. Schofield (6-foot-2, 238 pounds) was one of the risers early on in the draft process. "That kid earned his way here this week," Green Bay Packers director of college scouting John Dorsey said of Schofield, about 30 minutes before the injury. "He really did a nice job last week and opened eyes. A good player."
No *****, Sherlock. Why do you insist on being an arse about it? And before you open your mouth, if you bothered to go to the link I provided, the quote I had was made by the Packers staff member TODAY after he tore his ACL.