Got a chance to stop in this pm. Haven't been since the Pete Carroll days. My first impression, therefore, was obvious. Besides the light-year difference in organization, it was interesting that you couldn't see much of what the defense was doing til the scrimmages. The O-line one-on-one drills were pretty far away as well. Up front were passing drills, TE blocking drills and RB's hitting a sand-bottom inflatable dummy. (Corey was laying more wood in 4 strides than the others were in 6.) Passing drills were pretty crisp. Not many balls hitting the ground. In the 7-on-7 drills, Keron Henry caught a couple on the R side but later muffed a 1st down in the 2 min. Thomas looks like a pro. Gets open, catches in traffic. Reche looked like a David Patten clone. Stone and E. Davis got a lot of work. Troy might have dropped one, nah, couldn't have been. Maroney and Dillon were both active. A couple of times Maroney stayed in while Dillon lined up way wide on the R side. (How do you spell head-ache?) In the 11-on-11 I tried to watch the pass rush on Rosie's side. Liight was in and looked great, but if there is a hole Rosie will find it. Great recognition. Later, Mincey and Tully got some time, but didn't impress. Wright, however, did get through. Klecko played NT some and pass-rushed well. Collapsed the pocket by quickness once. Finally, My Man Hank downed punt in the drill, although he muffed one earlier. Played CB on the L at the end but most of the passes went R. I'm sure there was more, but these were just my observations.