Discussion in 'PatsFans.com - Patriots Fan Forum' started by pats60, Feb 26, 2007.
He also bench pressed 26 times.
Big kid 6 ft 6 259.
great for him. Hes jumped up to round 3 imo
He's going to be a real asset somewhere and although he's obviously a mid to late rounder he really does sound like our kind of kid. Good luck to him, wherever he lands.
Jesus. I would not be surprised if those measurables push him up to the 3rd round.
who the hell is that?
Funny, he was only 6' 4" in college. Are those special combine rulers?
But yes, I think Deossie's a likely day-one pick...and I said so before the combine. The 3-4 OLB position is thin in this draft, he has to be high on a number of teams' lists.
Zac DeOssie is actually 6"4 1/2 offical..
Sort of OT... Anthony Spencer was sporting a mohawk and looked fluid in the coverage drills earlier. DeOssie's group have only done the 40, so they should be doing drills later.
he's Pink Pacyderm 2.0, son of Steve DeOssie...
His father on weei gave those measurements
You know fathers .
Willis is fast
Best part is I read he can longsnap. Which means they'd no longer have to waste a rosters spot on a guy who longsnaps and does not much else (major pet peeve of mine).
I think with the Brown-Pats connection, he should obviously be on the Pats board.
Just think of all those scalped 50-yard-line tickets that paid for his education. What kind of connection would you call that?
Funny after second run he did 456 the anouncer said he is a
patriot type player
Can you guys provide a link?
I'm not living in the area any more, so I didn't really follow the DeOssie scalping story and don't know details.
But wasn't little DeOssie ballboy? And I thought Belichick had some sort of connection with Brown. (I know he went to Wesleyan.)
the bills are very intrested .They might go 3rd rounder on him.
he is fast , a long snapper and can play ILB/OLB and is a awesome special teamer.
he is gone as pats if they pick a LB early will not spend another high pick on him....
BB and him are from andover college and he play as 3rd in training for the patriots .
The Krafts pulled Smerlas All Pro productions tickets - they had a tent, dinner, etc before home games and tickets (marked up ) were part of the package.
I for one hope the Pats could get him, he was a Pats ballboy and worked with the team and by all accounts is a good kid.
Count me as one who thinks deossie would be a good fit for the pats. He has a relationship with bb from his ballboy days, Plus i'm sure he learned a few things about our system hanging around. Plus from an article a few weeks ago they highlighted the workout program he was doing to get ready for the combine and he was really working hard at it. not sure if Day on ewould be a good investment but early on day two would be great.
I think if the Pats want him, they will need to move to the early 3rd round. Smart, good size, fast for size.....I can see a lot of teams thinking he represents good value at that spot.
If Beoli determines they want him, they have the ammo to move up to get him.
I'm Zak's high school math teacher. Phillips Academy has been buzzing all week with the hope that Zak would do well at the Combine. Is 4.53 really good?
How are you all accessing his Combine results? I don't get the NFL tv network and can't find it on their website.
I know that pro football is a business, but BB knows Zak very well. They are family friends and Zak has been close friends with Amanda Belichick for over 7 years. She, too, went to Phillips Academy.
Main point - BB knows Zak's work ethic, which is truly unbelievable.
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