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BaconGrundleCandy

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Rush - Edge / PTP Thread

Lost this twice (*edit* three times!!!) lol My lazy azss left it here too long but here it is.

Actually looks like a really good group. Not comparing it to anyone just yet but this is a solid group. Especially if you need rush OLB. There's 3 or 4 that could be impact standouts right away in this group.

Will Anderson has been an absolute monster! He gives you "Elite/Top Tier" vibes and just produces man.
He's an elite playmaker that has produced like very few we've ever seen. #1 overall material. Poised to break several records this year. Sack machine but also puts up huge TFL / No gain #'s. Just makes plays at/behind the los.

Anderson doesn’t have elite play strength but it's very close, next tier, for his size. Very efficient with his movements, base and hands. Everything is on point, very few missteps or bad angles. Creates a strong active chain snap after snap with a "or die trying" attitude that doesn't quit. Efficient, technically sound with a mindset that doesn't crack.
Anderson, above all else is fighter, one you want on your side when it goes down. Just a tough, physical player that will gives you max effort from start to finish. He doesn't have top tier bend, could work on his overall flexibility. Not just running the loop, out his stance. I think it would go a long way. Ankles look loose but might have some stiffness around his hips. He's effective enough though with at times a really good first step. So again he's bringing everything to the table, every snap. Speed, power, awareness, athleticism and FBI. You're taking on someone with less than ideal size but everything else is a plus or above average.
His hands are very good. Probably could be a little more impactful. A little more follow through at times but his paws are active, strong and effective. First to make contact. Finds his opponents hands. A lot of his sacks come from disengaging, keeping himself clean, working around/through bigger bodies. Has a nice club, forklift, double swipe, good bend, likes to work back inside. Good job clearing hands. He has a few moves but really wins with quicks, strength & effort. Mentioned his first step above. Explosive at times but his lateral movements really stand out. He's able to slide, bounce out the way, down the line with relative ease. Really smart, aware, eyes are rarely fooled. Handles misdirection, trick plays etc very well.

I know Saban absolutely loves him. He's talked about him enough to see that but I've heard the same from a few people close to the program I know. Saban really respects him and understands how good he is. Grew up a UG fan. Haven't heard of anything bad.

Has played Jack in Bama. I see him as pure 34 rush backer next level.

Some guys that could possibly go top 30-64 for us ... Foskey, N Smith, M Murphy, G Murphy, Tupuola-Fetui, Van Ness & Wooden.


Tier 1A
Will Anderson Jr - 6'3/245 - Alabama


Tier 1B
Myles Murphy - 6'5/275 - Clemson

BJ Ojulari - 6'3/245 - LSU

Isaiah Foskey - 6'5/260 - Notre Dame

Felix Anudike-Uzomah - 6'3/255 - Kansas St

Lukas Van Ness - 6'5/265 - Iowa

Isaiah Foskey - 6'5/260 - Notre Dame

Nolan Smith - 6'3/235 - Georgia

Derrick Hall - 6'3/250 - Auburn

Zion Tupuola-Fetui - 6'4/260 - Washington

Colby Wooden - 6'5/280 - Auburn

Grayson Murphy - 6'3/255 - UCLA


Tier 2
Robert Beal - 6'4/255 - Georgia

Cedric Johnson - 6'3/255 - Ole Miss

Will McDonald - 6'4/245 - Iowa St

Jared Verse - 6'4/250 - FSU

Brenton Cox - 6'4/255 - Florida

Javon Solomon - 6'2/245 - Troy

Zach Harrison - 6'6/270 - OSU

Desmond Evans - 6'6/265 - North Carolina

Ochaun Mathis - 6'5/260 - Nebraska

Lonnie Phelps - 6'3/245 - Kansas

Ali Gaye - 6'6/250 - LSU


Tier 3A
Jamil Muhammad - 6'2/230 - Georgia St

Eric Gregory - 6'4/295 - Arkansas

Dayon Hayes - 6'3/260 - Pittsburgh

Nick Hampton - 6'3/225 - Appalachian St

Habakkuk Baldonado - 6'5/260 - Pittsburgh

Trajan Jeffcoat - 6'4/275 - Missouri

Garrett Nelson - 6'3/245 - Nebraska

Trace Ford - 6'3/240 - Oklahoma St

LaQuan Johnson - 6'3/250 - Central Michigan

Marcus Stripling - 6'3/245 - Oklahoma

Darius Hodges - 6'1/280 - Tulane

KJ Henry - 6'4/260 - Clemson

Jordan Burch - 6'6/270 - South Carolina

Sav’ell Smalls - 6'3/250 - Washington

Josh Celiscar - 6'4/265 - UCF

Kivon Bennett - 6'2/245 - Arkansas St

Andrew Chatfield - 6'2/260 - Oregon St

Byron Young - 6'3/290 - Alabama


Tier 3B
Jahfari Harvey - 6'4/250 - Miami

Jamal Hines - 6'3/250 - Toledo

Tyler Batty - 6'5/265 - BYU

Ikenna Enechukwu - 6'4/265 - Rice

Jalen Redmond - 6'2/280 - Oklahoma

Xavier Thomas - 6'2/265 - Clemson

Jordan Strachan - 6"5/250 - South Carolina

Mitchell Agude - 6'4/245 - Miami

Khari Coleman - 6'2/225 - Ole Miss

Tyler Baron - 6'5/260 - Tennessee

Tyler Lacy - 6'4/295 - Oklahoma St

Moro Ojomo - 6'3/285 - Texas

Derrick McLendon - 6'4/255 - FSU

John Morgan - 6'2/260 - Pittsburgh

Deslin Alexandre - 6'4/285 - Pittsburgh

Jose Ramirez - 6'2/250 - Eastern Michigan

Tyree Wilson - 6'6/275 -Texas Tech

Jordan Wright - 6'5/235 - Kentucky

Gabe Hall - 6-5/290 - Baylor

Isaiah McGuire - 6'4/265 - Missouri

Malik Vann - 6'3/275 - Cincinnati

Trumane Bell - 6'2/255 - UTSA

Van Fillinger - 6'4/260 - Utah


Tier 4
Kydran Jenkins - 6'1/270 - Purdue

Ashton Gillotte - 6'2/260 - Louisville

Richard Jubinor - 6'3/230 - Troy

Kyler Laing - 6'1/235 - Buffalo

Karl Brooks - 6'4/295 - Bowling Green

Joe Evans - 6'2/250 - Iowa

Solomon Byrd - 6'4/250 - USC

Gabe Reid - 6'2/235 - Utah

Shane Irwin - 6'3/260 - Boise St

Eku Leota - 6'4/240 - Auburn

Randy Charlton - 6'3/265 - Miss St

RJ Oben - 6'4/255 - Duke

Desjuan Johnson - 6'3/265 - Toledo

Jasheen Davis - 6'3/250 - Wake Forest

Viliami Fehoko - 6'4/260 - San Jose St

Khris Bogle - 6'4/240 - MSU

Praise Amaewhule - 6'3/245 - UTEP

Jordan Ferguson - 6'3/260 - MTSU

Durrell Johnson - 6'4/235 - Liberty

Tavion Woodard - 6'4/260 - Ball St

Adetomiwa Adebawore - 6'2/265 - Northwestern

Jeff Pietrowski - 6'1/250 - Michigan St

Mohamed Kamara - 6'3/235 - Colorado St

Michael Fletcher - 6'6/260 - Michigan St

Kameron Butler - 6'3/250 - Virginia

Terrance Lang - 6'7/285 - Colorado

Derek Parish - 6'2/245 - Houston

Isaiah Bagnah - 6'4/225 - Boise St

Cade Hall - 6'3/270 - San Jose St

Terrell Dawkins - 6'4/245 - South Carolina

Willie Taylor - 6'4/245 - Washington St

Jordan Domineck - 6'3/235 - Arkansas

Keion White - 6'4/265 - Georgia Tech

Keshawn Banks - 6'4/265 - San Diego St

Curtis Ryans - 6'5/265 - Georgia Tech

Byron Young - 6'3/235 - Tennessee

David Perales - 6'3/245 - Fresno St

Michael Matus - 6'2/265 - ASU

Rondell Bothroyd - 6'4/260 - Wake Forest

Juwuan Jones - 6'3/275 - Western Kentucky

Jaylen Joiner - 6'3/260 - FAU

Morris Joseph - 6'2/275 - Auburn

Justin Eboigbe - 6'5/285 - Alabama

Durrell Johnson - 6'4/235 - Liberty

TreShaun Clark - 6'1/235 - Liberty

Owen Porter - 6'3/230 - Marshall

Markees Watts - 6'/220 - Charlotte
 

BaconGrundleCandy

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(Might want to turn the volume off, don't blame me i just don't have the time to post clips between working, watching tape & life)

 

Jim Beankie

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Had to come back from my hiatus again to bring up my speed guy whom I've been keeping my eye on for a few years. Not sure if he's a PTP (5'9"/185), but he ran a 10.53 100m in HS and 10.14 at TA&M.

"You.... must take the A-chane..."


 

BaconGrundleCandy

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Had to come back from my hiatus again to bring up my speed guy whom I've been keeping my eye on for a few years. Not sure if he's a PTP (5'9"/185), but he ran a 10.53 100m in HS and 10.14 at TA&M.

"You.... must take the A-chane..."


He's been a favorite of mine and a lot of Draft guys as well. I like him a lot. Probably top 60-75 guy give or take. He's a game changer.
 

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Ochmed Jones

Pro Bowl Player
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If Mathis could ever put all the pieces together, he could be special in our defense.

smith from Georgia needs watching, He needs to add some sand in his pants, but I like the playing strength!
 

BaconGrundleCandy

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Just a reminder that while Anderson is approaching low-gods tier in college football. And will get there this year. DT is one of the best ever on both levels.

Almost 70 TFL, 39 one season. 52 career sacks 27 one season. For all the great players we see today. DT & LT still might be the best duo ever.

 

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