Discussion in 'Patriots Draft Talk' started by manxman2601, Mar 21, 2019.
One of my favorites, just a physical freak.
Been pounding the table for him for a reason.
Ehhh . . .
He's no Chris Conley.
Does he play to these numbers ? Otherwise, I think he is another Chad Jackson.
Nope. That's been my concern. But he flashes.
Jackson at least had a 90 catch final season in the SEC. He had real potential. Perhaps if he'd been dafted elsewhere he could have avoided injury and picked up a simpler offense. Regardless, he had more catches, yards, and TDs than Boykin, and also ran faster at the Combine. It's not unreasonable to say that he was worth a gamble.
Jackson was my draft binkie
I have so many Chad jackson autographed cards and a 2 jerseys
My hope is the Patriots find another Jackson and make him number 17
I’d settle for another Malcolm Mitchell. You can buy another jersey
Will Ole Miss be this years Georgia? AJ & Knox with the first two picks?
“Last night Banogu met with the New York Giants, Indianapolis Colts and New England Patriots.”
Pro Day Report – TCU | Draft Analyst
This will get Reamer excited
A few years ago I did a quick study of the OL we’d drafted and found that 30” plus verticals and short shuttles in the 4.5 range were common amongst our high picked draftees on the OL. Mcgary has a 33.5 vert and a 4.58 shuttle. It fits.
The only real knock on McGary is his short arms. The percentile looks bad (7), but his arms are still ~ 33" long. I don't see an actual problem.
Kaleb McGary - MockDraftable
Where do you see him, inside or outside? I could see 2019 swing tackle and long-term Thuney replacement.
Right tackle all the way. Swing + Cannon replacement. Either way, solid versatility/value.
I'm pretty consistently getting 4.5s - 4.6s. Not the fastest, but better than the 4.7s reported. I don't know if I should really change his grade, just be aware of where he needs to play to excel.
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