BGC 2021 Rush/PTP Thread

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BaconGrundleCandy

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I'll use this thread to talk about and breakdown potential pass rushers/PTP.
One thing that immediately stood out was the number of prospects that could potentially make the transition off-the ball in an defense like ours and other multiple systems. Lots of those types that won't quite make full time on the edge but maybe can make the switch to a Sam/Leo, Mike. I'm talking small chance but I could see it with a few prospects.
Definitely love some of the top guys. Basham, Paye, Ossai, Oweh and a few others are supposedly freaks so expect a big jump from some of these guys. Lots of raw talent and potential. Lots of potential chess piece-type versatility but all of these guys need a/another solid year on film before 1st or 2nd round talk is warranted imo.
Development, consistency and finish.


How I've graded the position ...
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**Small chance, prospect could move to off the ball/LB**


Tier 1A
Carlos Basham - Wake Forest - 6'5/275


Greg Rousseau - Miami - 6'6/260


Jayson Oweh - PSU 6'5/255


Quincy Roche - Miami - 6'4/235


Patrick Jones - Pittsburgh - 6'5/260


Kwity Paye - Michigan - 6’4/275


Chauncey Golston - Iowa - 6'5/270



Tier 1B
Chris Rumph - Duke - 6'3/240 *


Victor Dimukeje - Duke - 6'2/265


LaBryan Ray - Alabama - 6'5/290


Xavier Thomas - Clemson - 6'2/265


JaQuan Bailey - Iowa St - 6'2/255


Joshua Kaindoh - FSU - 6'7/260


Ronnie Perkins - Oklahoma - 6'3/250 *


Tarron Jackson - Coastal Carolina - 6'2/270


Azeez Ojulari - Georgia - 6'3/240 *


Joe Tryon-Shoyinka - Washington - 6'5/260


Wyatt Hubert - Kansas St - 6’3/260



Jaelan Phillips - Miami - 6'5/245 *



Tier 2
Rashad Weaver - Pittsburgh - 6'5/270


Josh Paschal - Kentucky - 6'3/285


Terrance Lang - Colorado - 6'7/280


Hamilcar Rashed - Oregon St - 6'4/235 *


Ronnie Perkins - Oklahoma - 6'3/250 *


Tarron Jackson - Coastal Carolina - 6'2/270


Tomon Fox - UNC - 6'3/260


Tyree Johnson - Texas A&M - 6'4/250 *


Adetokunbo Ogundeji - Notre Dame - 6'4/255


Patrick Johnson - Tulane - 6'3/250 *


Jordan Smith - UAB - 6'7/250


Justin Foster - Clemson - 6'2/265


Thomas Booker - Stanford - 6'4/280


Matt Henningsen - Wisconsin - 6'3/285


Jeremiah Moon - Florida - 6'6/230 *


Jordan Wright - Kentucky - 6'5/240 *


Dayo Odeyingbo - Vanderbilt - 6'6/275


Aidan Hutchinson - Michigan - 6’6/280



Tier 3
Chris Allen - Alabama - 6'4/250 *


Jalen Harris - Arizona - 6'5/250


Big Kat Bryant - Auburn - 6'5/245


Joseph Dorceus - Memphis - 6'/260


Malcolm Koonce - Buffalo - 6'3/250


Jalen Redmond - Oklahoma - 6'3/265


Eyioma Uwazurike - Iowa St - 6'6/285


Janarius Robinson - FSU - 6'5/260


Randy Wade - GA-Southern - 6'2/270 *



Daelin Hayes - Notre Dame - 6'3/265



Eli Howard - Texas Tech - 6'4/275



Demetrius Taylor - App St - 6'1/275



William Bradley-King - Baylor - 64/250 *



Jeffrey Gunter - Coastal Carolina - 64/260



Kobe Jones - Miss St - 6'4/270



Jacub Panasiuk - Michigan St - 6'3/245 *



Willie Taylor - Wash St - 6'4/230 *



Osa Odighizuwa - UCLA - 6'2/280



Deslin Alexandre - Pittsburgh - 6'4/265



Marquiss Spencer - Miss St - 6'4/285



DeAngelo Malone - Western Kentucky - 6'4/230


Aaron Sterling - South Carolina - 6'1/250 *


Ali Fayad - Western Michigan - 6'2/255 *


Juwuan Jones - West Kentucky - 6'3/270


Raymond Johnson - GA-Southern - 6'3/260


Darius Hodge - Marshall - 6'2/238 *


Willie Baker - LA-Tech - 6'3/245 *


Jacques Turner - Southern Miss - 6'1/245 *


Keion White - Old Dominion - 6'4/265


Ryan Bowman - Washington - 6'/275


Keshawn Banks - San Diego St - 6'4/270


Milton Williams - LA-Tech - 6'4/270


Kameron Butler - Miami (OH) - 6'3/255 *
 
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Quincy Roche & DeAngelo Malone look like two others who might be better-suited for more off-the-line duties if their weights continue in the 230s...Well done for not holding Quinton Coples in as high a regard as the J-E-T-E did back in 2012...And another tip o' the cap for seeing the upside of Yannick Ngakoue in 2016 when others didn't, including me (I would've chosen Shilique Calhoun ahead of him there although I was still concerned over Calhoun's 10- & 40-yard times, which of course have been borne-out)
 

BaconGrundleCandy

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Really good at creating initial contact and work it off that. Quick hands, sudden movements, and really good placement with his paws. Pretty decent technique

 

BaconGrundleCandy

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Not positive how he'll translate to the NFL but Rumph has been very fun to watch at Duke
Yea I've learned and been burned too much. I'm thinking a few of these guys have what it takes to move. Rumph looks small tho, esp lower half. I'll be looking for pics of him and checking him out on TV. Hopefully he filled out a bit. Very fun tho.
 

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Same role but Paye is so much more twitched up than TC. Just never got the love for Taco. Paye is just a lot quicker in everything he does. His hand placement could improve but he's got some juice and pop when he touches you.
 

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