Discussion in 'Patriots Draft Talk' started by reamer, Dec 11, 2017.
He is Kam Chancellor 2.0
Great weigh in for a sleeper OT I like:
Good size. Similar to Solder as well.
Both the Ohio State DEs with great measurements. While neither had huge production, the tools and traits are there. Holmes reminds me a ton of Wise (same body type and inside/outside experience), while Lewis is more compact and explosive. I think both will be better pros than collegiate athletes.
This appears fairly up to date:
2018 Senior Bowl Weigh-In Results
Anyone we should be taking particular interest in? @reamer
Too many to list right now. I'll throw in a few Twitter feeds you can follow, although @BaconGrundleCandy is the Twitter guru around here:
senior bowl - Twitter Search
Chase Goodbread (@ChaseGoodbread) | Twitter (Kyzir White pass breakup video at the top of his feed right now -- just saying)
Joe Marino (@TheJoeMarino) | Twitter
Pro Football Focus (@PFF) | Twitter
Bruce Feldman (@BruceFeldmanCFB) | Twitter
Matt Miller (@nfldraftscout) | Twitter
Bleacher Report (@BleacherReport) | Twitter
Matt Bowen (@MattBowen41) | Twitter
Reese's Senior Bowl (@seniorbowl) | Twitter
I thought we would have some interest in him the year he came out. Glad to see he's doing something with his career.
Notes are starting to filter in now:
Senior Bowl -- South Team Page | Draft Analyst
Senior Bowl -- North Team Page | Draft Analyst
I'm telling you, White is the best safety in this draft after Derwin James and Minkah Fitzpatrick. He's a slam dunk for Chung's position, and has the potential to be better with coaching.
Name: Kyzir White
School: West Virginia
Hand: 9 7/8
Tues: White was the best of the North safeties Tuesday, checking Troy Fumagalli and Michael Gesicki and showing good awareness on the back end, with his best play coming when he peeled off his coverage responsibility when the pass was released to step in front of the intended target for the interception.
thanks reamer for great job here . making it so much easier for us
BJ Hill and Tyquan Lewis really showing up in pass rush drills. I also like Harrison Phillips's technique. Such good hands.
Oh, and DeLuca just had a pick and also a really nice run stuff.
Isaiah Wynn looks so good. I love watching him in these 1 on 1s. Great reps -- I don't think I've seen him beat yet. Very athletic, nice hands, and good power. Love him at guard at the next level.
Neal has impressed me a few times in coverage. Physical, tight man-to-man skills. Good play strength. I like it.
I see you, Crosby.
[QUOTE="reamer, post: 5235415, member: 17441"]BJ Hill and Tyquan Lewis really showing up in pass rush drills. I also like Harrison Phillips's technique. Such good hands.
Oh, and DeLuca just had a pick and also a really nice run stuff. [/QUOTE]
Yeah BJ Hill really caught my attention today!
on edit: But NFLN is really annoying me with so much focusing on Baker Mayfield.
Great, except for the fact that I don't think the FO sees C as a need.
They can all play multiple positions. Never bad to have that kind of backup/competition. I do like Andrews though.
I've said it before, but I love the physicality that Neal shows in coverage. He flat out refuses to let receivers get off the line.
EDIT: Some of that physical nature on display in his highlight reel:
Great character, maturity, understanding by Falk.
Luke Falk leaves Senior Bowl to attend Tyler Hilinski's funeral
"I want people to remember Tyler as an amazing person he was, his bubbly attitude, the draw he had to people and people had to him," Falk said this week, per the Seattle Times. "I want people to start talking about suicide. I think us as men suppress our emotions and feel like we can't express what's really going on and how we feel. I think that we need the resources and have the trust that we can do that."
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