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  1. NePatriots

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    I have upcoming interviews with AJ Edds, Tony Moeaki, and Pat Angerer. (Also Sherrick McMannis, CB, Northwestern and Mike Tepper, OL, Cal)

    Anyone have any questions that they would like answered by those guys?

    Also just learned that I'll have a chance to chat with Austen Lane on Friday -- same deal there.
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    Do they have experience on the other side of the ball?
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    You mean has Moeaki played D? and Edds/Angerer O?
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    Some questions for Lane:

    1. Are you still going to play in the Texas vs. the Nation game? Do you worry about the risk of injury with 2 strenuous weeks in a row? Does O'Brien Schofield's injury have any impact on your training schedule?

    2. What teams have contacted you or shown interest in you so far? Have teams shown interest purely as a DE, or also as a 3-4 OLB?

    3. Based on your experience at the Senior Bowl, what elements of your game do you feel need the most work?

    Some questions for Edds:

    1. How much weight could you see carrying on your 6'3" frame without a significant loss of speed?

    2. Where do you see yourself playing in a 3-4 scheme? Do you think that you could play 3-4 Mike, or are you more of a coverage specialist at LB?

    3. You had a couple of stumbles at the Senior Bowl, and some analysts questioned your ability to stay with TEs and WRs in coverage. What is your response to this?
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    Fantastic work.

    Right, questions......

    For Edds I'd ask him if he's played as a SILB in the 3-4 and if he thought he could play there full time.

    Moeaki - what type of TE does he see himself as, what's his best attribute.

    Angerer - same as Edds pretty much. Also how many positions has he played as a LB? SLB? WLB? Any of the 3-4 positions?
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    Forgot Lane - how much time has he spent playing standing up, has he played in coverage, where does he see himself lining up at the next level?
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    Thanks guys, just wanted to make sure we get the information that y'all wan't.
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    Ask them their best memory from their respective college careers. I'd be interested in whether they answered with a team acheivement (defeated archrival, won bowl game) or a personal one (set school rushing record, three sacks in one game).
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    Same question I was going to suggest.
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    These questions.

    Pluse these to Edds:
    - How well can you sift through the trash and shed blockers?
    - Do you take pride in executing perfect tackling technique?
    - But if you had the chance, would you also punish the enemy?

    And these to Lane:
    - Do you take pride in the not-as-flashy job of stopping the run?
    - Do you consider the only good QB to be a dead QB, unless he's your teammate?
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    Yep, that's what I meant.
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    Or, more importantly from the Pats' standpoint, a team-oriented or individual-oriented one (e.g., Edelman's favorite moment from the Eagles game was his ST tackle—a team-oriented individual achievement).
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    One question to ask all of them.

    Once you are drafted, what is your attitude towards camp? Do you expect to be given a year to learn the system or do you expect to be treated like every other player on that field.

    Another question.
    What's more important to you: Making the tackle? or Making the Highlight reel hit?
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    Is Football important to you?

    for all the prospects. Do they live, breathe, sleep and dream football?
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