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  1. PATSNUTme

    PATSNUTme Paranoid Homer Moderator Staff Member PatsFans.com Supporter

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    Here is a guy that you may want to put on your radar screen, if you haven't already, as a late round pick. He's from Weber State and is 6'5 307 with room to add bulk.

    Won't be a LT but can play right tackle and guard. He is stong. hard worker. never gives up on a play, tough and aggressive.

    Started college as a 230lb LB. Projected to go between teh 5th and 7th round. Will give us the back up that we lost in Ashworth.
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    He played in the Shrine Game and didn't make my summary. If you want him for a Practice Squad Dante toy I'm cool, but I'd be more inclined to look at a first day OT who can be a swing tackle and use round 5 for a OG/OC.
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    I concur with a mid-round OC/OG type..... just my opinion..... :rocker:
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    This selection...regardless of who it is, will be extremely important for the team going forward. Funny to say this about a potential mid-round RT/OG...but it makes alot of sense. If Belichick hits a homerun on this pick...even if it takes a few years...we then have extreme line stability going forward. Then, we can just work a few on the PS too be xtra safe.
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