I think the three-cone is less important than ever to the Pats for an EDGE player.
The Pats like contain rush, perhaps now more than ever....
Jake Bequette, #90 2012Height: 6045
40 Yrd Dash: 4.82
20 Yrd Dash: 2.83
10 Yrd Dash: 1.71
Vertical Jump: 34
Broad Jump: 09'05"
Lack of athleticism here means short shuttle and 3-cone, yes? Because his power (broad, high jumps) metrics were very good. On combine paper...
His tape versus FAU in 2014 is similarly hit or miss.
Always close to his receiver, can make plays on the ball, incredible closing...
Why take a guy who would have gone in the fourth round AT BEST in the second? Just another example of poor use of draft capital!
Without counting Joe Cardona, the Pats have 85 players now either signed or drafted.
Probably not going to be a big UDFA class this year.
This guy came to Mississippi State as the #17 RB prospect in the country. He is 6' 2" tall and runs a blistering 40.
If you want a LB/S that can...
The Cardona pick indicates BB doesn't think anyone still available has a real shot of contributing to this team in the next two years.
MCL injury... his real numbers might be better than what he tested at the combine.
Sounds like Chandler Jones insurance to me.
I was actually wondering earlier whether this was about that 3-3 nickel the Pats used early last...
Honestly how sad is that.
Caserio was in all likelihood the person who convinced Belichick to take Richards. He was at Stanford's Pro Day.
He shot up draft boards after running a 4.4 40 in private workouts for a number of teams. Ran something like 4.65 at his Pro Day. There was Day 2...
Collins ran a 4.64, Hightower a 4.68. Grissom a 4.81. I don't think he's an off-the-line defender.
Presumably they've been working on scouting while we were not. I certainly didn't do much.
Unless the Browns wanted to draft Collins I assume BB just ditched it for what he could get.
I am hearing from my confidential sources a trade is in the works.
As manx pointed out, Caserio was the representative at Brown's and Richards' pro days.
Interestingly enough both Richards and Sherman came to Standford as WRs, then switched to defense.
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